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BAND INSTRUMENTS. Lcedy Vibraphones, Mirambas, Bells, Xylophones; Bach Trumpets and Trombones ; Olds' Trumpets. Trombones ; Shastock Mutes; Clark’s Set

BAND INSTRUMENTS. Lcedy Vibraphones, Mirambas, Bells, Xylophones; Bach Trumpets and Trombones ; Olds' Trumpets. Trombones ; Shastock Mutes; Clark’s Set

up Drills for Trumpet and Lip Science; Rene Gucnot Saxophones; Lecdy Harpophones all from Block. WALL, Importer, 20 Clayton Street, NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE
April 23, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A WORD OF ADVICK TO MUSICAL DIRECTORS AND MANAGERS.

A WORD OF ADVICK TO MUSICAL DIRECTORS AND MANAGERS.

IT WILL PAY YOU TO GET IN TOUCH WITH I’S FOR EXPERIENCED FULL ORCHESTRAS. NOVELTY BANDS, QUAR TKTTES. TRIOS AND INDIVIDUAL STRUM ENT A LI STS. SOLO PIPE ORGANISTS (WURLITZER, COMPTON. JARIMNE. CHRISTIE). ETC. WRITE. CALL OR PHONE TO THE RECOGNISED AGENTS:— THE CINEMA BUREAU, 18.
September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SEND FOR PARTICULARS OF OUR NEW SCHEME ORCHESTRAL CLUB Telephone: TEMPLE BAR 3117-8

SEND FOR PARTICULARS OF OUR NEW SCHEME ORCHESTRAL CLUB Telephone: TEMPLE BAR 3117-8

September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Basis of Modern Music,

The Basis of Modern Music,

Tl,o soiindinß music of to-iluv il written by "advanced” com posers owes much of il? strangeness (o its tonality - its key relationship, that is, which governs the melodies, chords, modulations, etc., in a musical com position. In the early centuries music’s history tonality was
September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
The Human Theatre The Machine The following announcement from Sir Oswald Stoll is reproduced the current issue of Sunday Referee

The Human Theatre The Machine The following announcement from Sir Oswald Stoll is reproduced the current issue of Sunday Referee

To National, London, and Provincial associations of artists, actor managers To National, London, and Provincial orchestral associations and musi. unions; To National and Local Associations of employees connected with the v and with charity organisations; authors, playwrights, co
September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A MUSICAL PHANTASY.

A MUSICAL PHANTASY.

Ma new progranime St. Clioige.l Halt the form of < re.ue entitled Jfullo! Maakelyne -sulititleu magical u. beveiul swindles," wntton, invented and William < tab ib one ot the biiown which Jasper Mubkeiyau will take out lock, stock and barrel on his ftoutli Alrnan toui when lie g
September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Five Start in New Talkie.

Five Start in New Talkie.

Five British artists, ail whom have starred either on stage or acieen, will seen the new George King talkie, Leave It Me Robin Irvine, who will seen the hem, has his first “talkie opportunity in a role eminently suited to him. Dorothy Seacorabe. who will play the part young seco
September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A Phelps Reminiscanca.

A Phelps Reminiscanca.

Phelps Reminiscanca. Edmund 3. Phelps’ appearance in All That Glitters, the Theatre Royal, Margate, has for him a special significance, it was that very theatre that his celebrated groat grandfather, Samuel Phelps, was seen the stage for the last time. The Occasion took place ltt
September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PROVINCIAL THEATRES.

PROVINCIAL THEATRES.

PROVINCIAL ENTERTAINMENTS. PROPRIETORS' A MANAGERS’ ASSOCIATION Registered Offlce: 73, Bride-street, Manchester. Telephone; CHy. Secretary : P Percirsl.
September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
‘4 Gentleman Johnnie’s” Plays.

‘4 Gentleman Johnnie’s” Plays.

Gentleman Johnnie’s” Plays. overlooked the fact that General Burgoyne wa« playwright well a soldier and & Member of Pari Lam t until Charles Carson (old me that friend had lent him book containing four Gentleman Johnnie's plays. Carson is, of course, acting Burgoynn in T!ie Uevil
September 17, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England