Tenor Arthur Williams.
Probably filmed in Pathe studios, London.
M/S of lake and mountains in Ireland. M/S of Arthur Williams singing a ballad, we also see footage of woods, rivers and countryside. C/U of a young woman in hooded robe. Various shots of Arthur singing, and beautiful...
Irish tenor Danny Malone sings 'Danny Boy'.
Irish bass Patrick Colbert sings 'Rain' - asking when it will rain again after a drought.
Bob and Alf Pearson sing 'The Pride of Tipperary'.
The singer Delya sings the 'Hills of Donegal'.
Baritone Robert Ashley performs song "County Clare" (nb: sound track is missing)
Alfred O'Shea sings for his 'Gentle Maiden' back home in Ireland.
Welsh tenor Arthur Williams sings 'My Little Welsh Home' in the studio.
The Tenor Barrington Hooper sings song accompanied by the Composer Lillian Kitchingman on the piano.
These harmonising singers ask 'Did your mother come from Ireland?'
Scottish singing duo Clarke and Murray perform the song 'Strolling Thro' the Heather'.
Footage of the singer Ike Hatch singing 'Lawd You Made The Night Too Long'.
Baritone John Steabben sings patriotic song "Your England and Mine".
Baritone Lance Fairfax sings 'Roll The Clouds Before You'.
Baritone Lance Fairfax sings 'Danny Boy' in the studio.
Lance Fairfax singing 'Walk Down the Road".
Footage of the baritone M. Armand Crabbe singing 'Ich Liebe dich, my dear.'
Irish Tenor Patrick Colbert sings song - 'Hall that Timber' - in a lumberjack setting.
Percy Manchester sings 'Maureen O'Dare' with pianist Reginald King and his orchestra.
Baritone Robert Ashley sings "I'll Walk Beside You".
Baritone singer Robert Ashley performs the 'Vagabond Love Song'.
Scottish tenor Robert Wilson sings "Banks and Braes".
Scottish tenor Robert Wilson sings 'So Deep is the Night'.
Sydney Burchall, dressed as farmer, singing "It's A Beautiful Day".
Sydney Burchall sings "The drover".