to these artists:
Barclay reciting the beginning of the North East classic
'The Flech' (NEFA 1994.027.08).
talking about North East words (NEFA 1994.015.04).
singing a verse of 'The Woman's Complaint' (NEFA 1994.010.05-06).
Dey talking about his early working days (NEFA 1994.058.03)
and singing a verse of his own parody of 'Grannie's Hielan
Hame' (NEFA 1994.059.01).
Duncan telling of his early concert party experiences
with The Fyvie Loons an Quines (NEFA 1994.061.11).
singing a verse of the World War I era local song, 'Tyrie
Kirk' (NEFA 1994.018.13).
Fordyce talking about mid-twentieth century jazz in the
North East (NEFA 1994.022.09-10).
talking about how he used to plough with a cow and horse pair
and Elizabeth Stewart playing 'The Harvest Home' on fiddle
and accordion (NEFA 1994.031.06).
Johnstone recites the Hogmanay rhyme 'Rise Up Gweed Wife'
singing a verse of 'The Demise o the Craftie' (NEFA 1994.006.12).
playing a pipe march on moothie (NEFA 1994.073.12).
Smythe talks about feeing fairs (NEFA 1994.044.01) and
farm servants' entertainments and composing songs (NEFA 1994.044.02).
and Gordon Steele playing Austrian tunes on accordions
Stewart singing a verse of 'The Gallant Forty-Twa' (NEFA
Myra Thow on
the chaumer lads' entertainment (NEFA 1994.075.11).
singing a verse of 'My Wee Doggie' (NEFA 1994.041.01).
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