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8/29-9/14: You Can’t Take It with You
(Dir. Tom Smith, with Gerri Jenkins)

9/26-10/5: Walk Abreast (Dir. C. Richard Haldi)

10/31-11/16: The Turn of the Screw
(Dir. C. Richard Haldi, with Sam Luptak, Jr.)

12/5-12/14:  In the Spirit of Christmas (Dir. Sam Luptak, Jr.)

1/16-17:  Vaudeville at the Vic

2/6-2/22:  I Remember Mama (Dir. Gerri Jenkins)

3/13-3/29:  Sherlock Holmes and the House of Dead Lords (Dir. Don Wolford, with Sam Luptak)

4/17-5/3:  Doubt (Dir. Chris Fidram)

5/22-6/7:  The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch
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Auld Scotch Sangs

 

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Auld Scotch Sangs: Contents

1. John McCormack, “Annie Laurie” (Alicia Anne Spottiswoode
—William Douglas), Victor 64138

2. Master Claude Isaacs, “Comin’ thro’ the Rye” (Robert Burns),
Victor 18274-A

3. Emilio de Gogorza, “The Blue Bell of Scotland,” Victrola 66126

4. Corrine Morgan, “Ben Bolt” (Thomas Dunn English—Nelson Kneass),
Victor (Grand Prize) 16388-B

5. Sydney MacEwan, “The Bonny Earl of Murray,” piano Duncan Morrison (Child #181), Columbia D.B.2461

6. Norman Allin, “Edward” (Child #13) (Corder—Loewe), Columbia L 1466

7. Thomas L. Thomas, “Loch Lomond,” piano Jacob Hannemann,
RCA Victor 10-1301-A

8. Isobel Baillie, “Wee Willie Winkie” (Diack—Miller), piano Gerald Moore, Columbia DB2662

9. John McCormack, “Song to the Seals,” piano Edwin Schneider
(Bolton—Bantock), HMV D.A.1851

10. Louise Homer, “Janet’s Choice” (Claribel), Victor 87262

11. David Bispham, “Mary of Argyle” (Charles Jeffreys—Sidney Nelson), Columbia A5132

12. Frederick Gunster, “Bonnie Sweet Bessie” (Root—Gilbert),
Victor (Grand Prize) 16245-A

13. Mary Garden, “Jock of Hazeldean,” pipe organ Alexander Russell,
Victrola (scroll) 7254-B

14. Sydney MacEwan, “Will Ye No Come Again?” (Baroness Mairne, arranged by G. Scott-Wood), piano Duncan Morrison, Parlophone R. 2319

15. Janet Spencer, “The Hills of Skye” (McLennon—Harris),
RCA Victor (red de luxe) 15-1022-B

16. Robert Wilson, “Road to the Isles” (Macleod M. Kennedy-Fraser),
HMV B.D.1059

17. Alma Gluck, “My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean,” with Orpheus Quartet
& Orchestra, Victrola 64793

18.Henry Burr, “Scots Wha Hae wi’ Wallace Bled” (Robert Burns),
Victor (1st Prize) 4558

19. Elsie Baker, “John Anderson, My Jo” (Robert Burns), Victrola 64793

20. Isobel Baillie, “Creep afore Ye Gang” (Diack—Ballantine), “Feetikins” (Diack—Nicholson), piano Gerald Moore, Columbia DB2662

21. de Reszke Singers, “Flow Gently, Sweet Afton” (Robert Burns
—J. E. Spillman), Victor (scroll) 20187-A

22. Louise Homer, “My Ain Folk” (Wilfrid Mills—Laura G. Lemon),
Victrola 87334

23. Evan Williams, “Auld Lang Syne” (Robert Burns), with Victor Orchestra, Victor (1st Prize) 64105

24. First Battalion Scots Guards, from The Gathering of the Clans, Male Voices directed by J. D. MacDonald, Parlophone F. 3114

25. Sir Harry Lauder, “A Wee Deoch & Doris” (Harry Lauder),
Victor (blue, First Prize) 70062

26. Frank Arndt, “Annie Laurie” (William Douglas), Victor 17671-Baurus. New York: Oxford UP, 1989.