||The WLS Orchestra,
under the direction of Herman Felber, Jr., shown at the left, is a group of the
finest musicians in Chicago.
Every member is a distinguished soloist.
is a historic old instrument valued at $25,000. Of course, it isn't the fiddle
that counts, so much as the fiddler, and Herman can make the crudest old instrument
yield rich melody.
dreamy melodies with Theodore DuMoulin leading with the cello, the mellow tones
of the wood-winds, the sweetness of strings, all may be heard from this talented
serious, playing an excerpt from a great opera, sometimes gay, as in The Skipper
of Toonerville or Drumology, they are always expert.
|The group at the
right is The Little German Band, which has specialized in playing music brought
in old books from Germany; and possessed by no one else in this country.
was taken in the famous "cornstalk" studio in Prairie Farmer Building,
just one minute before they started a Dinnerbell Program.
||At the left, Oscar
Tengblad and Walter Steindel must quit their checker game as Gary Vogt calls them
for a program.
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