Note: Mrs. Budge (whose first name is not known), who Hamish Henderson picked to sing his "John MacLean March," tells the audience that she thinks Henderson should sing it instead, which the audience applauds.
About the session: Recordings from the first People's Festival Ceilidh, part of the 1951 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Ballads and songs sung by Jimmy MacBeath, John Strachan, Jessie Murray, and Blanche Wood; Gaelic pieces by Calum Johnson and Flora MacNeil; piping by John Burgess; MC'd by Hamish Henderson.
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