A Scottish-American audience et al. in Carnegie Hall, Pittsburgh - in the beginning of 1899

from W.F. Frame Tells His Own Story, page 96:

Our next important engagement was at Pittsburg [sic], Pa., with the bagpipe band of that city.  The concert was given at the Carnegie Halla great building.  The people there were glad to see us and hear our Scotch songs so far from “The Land o’ Cakes.”

cite as

W.F. Frame, W.F. Frame Tells His Own Story (Glasgow), p. 96. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1668521664745 accessed: 9 December, 2022

location of experience: Carnegie Hall, Pittsburgh

Listeners

Annette Gray
Singer
David Charles Mather
gold prospector, Highland piper, miner
1870-1943
James Booth
Composer, Organist, Pianist
1850-
John McKenzie
Highland dancer
Walter Gray
Singer
Walter Haigh
Conductor, Violinist
-1926
William ('Wullie') Flint Frame
apprentice engineer, boot polisher, entertainer of troops during WW1, milkman's helper […]
1849-1919

Listening to

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Scottish songs and music performed by Annette Gray, D.C. Mather, Florence Hayward, James Booth, Pittsburgh bagpipe band, W.F. Frame, Walter Gray, Walter Haigh

Experience Information

Date/Time in the beginning of 1899
Medium live
Listening Environment in the company of others, indoors, in public

Notes

W.F. Frame and his company made a tour of the US and Canada from November 1898 until 9 April 1899.


Originally submitted by lcc5 on Tue, 15 Nov 2022 14:14:25 +0000
Approved on Sat, 19 Nov 2022 14:01:48 +0000