Concert program for a Municipal Band concert directed by Mr. Chas. L. Brown. The evening program included some classical works by Verdi and Tobani, a vocal piece by Donizetti, and a couple of American tunes including Uncle Tom's Cabin by Lampe. The following evening, the Municipal Band dedicated the Hillside Boulevard.
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City of Portland, Oregon BUREAU OF PARKS Municipal Band Concert Monday evening, August 3, 1914 Eight P.M. South Parkway MR. CHAS. L. BROWN, Director Compliments of Sherman Clay & Co. Grand March-"Aida" Verdi Overture—"II Guarany" Gomez Waltz—"Italian Nights" Tobani Reve Angelique—"Kamenai Ostrow" Rubinstein Fantasia—"Souvenir de Wagner" Tobani The above program may be heard in your own home at any time, through that wonderful medium, "THE VICTROLA" Intermission of ten minutes between Parts I and II With prices ranging from fifteen dollars upward to two hundred you cannot afford to be without a VICTROLA for a single day. We are VICTROLA specialists and offer you our exclusive VICTROLA service Sherman Clay & Co. Sixth and Morrison Sts Oppos. Postoffice PART II American Sketch—"Down South" Myddleton (a) Miserere—"II Trovatore" Verdi (b) Sextette—"Lucia"Donizetti MESSRS. EVANS, LIVINGSTON, TAIT, NEWMAN, DE CAPRIO AND CIOFFI A Vision of the Old South—"Uncle Tom's Cabin" Lampe Caprise—"Badinage" Herbert Characteristic—"The Yankee Shuffle" Moreland Tuesday evening the Municipal Band will dedicate the Hillside Boulevard Sherman Clay & Co. Portland, Oregon STEINWAY PRE-EMINENCE! The unique position of piano leadership which the STEINWAY piano occupies is universally conceded. The history of the STEINWAY shows that it is the knowing how, the understanding how to use successfully the various materials necessary to produce a perfect piano. The STEINWAY is something more than a combination of woods, metals and felts. There is about it a personality, an individuality, a humanness which is characteristic and appealing. THAT IS WHY THE STEINWAY LEADS! VICTROLAS AND RECORDS STEINWAY, WEBER AND OTHER PIANOS PIANOLAS Sixth and Morrison, Opp. Postoffice, Portland, Oregon Sherman Clay & Co.
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August 3, 1914