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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOUHNAL PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING. . SEPTOIBER 10, 1922. .
44TTTE HAVE Just had advice of ths
; AV splendid success that number
of our artist har bad at tha recent
AahrlUe, N. G. musical- fesUraV" said
H. M. McFadden, the new manager of
tha ElwTit concert bureau. Tom of
their solo artiats, Matxenauer, Easton,
William and House, are beta present
ed here on our Elwyn Artist Series, aad
news of the big ovations awarded them
naturally pleases us imrnenselr. Two
of our other artists, Arthur MVJdleton
and Paul Althouse, are meeting with
unqualified success) In their joint con
cert tour of Australia. Beth- are saJen-
did artists and deserre all of the suc
cess they meet. In a cablegram frots
Midd the other day. be tells of our
sold-out houses at The Sydney audi
torium. To my certain knowled,
Melbs is the only other artist who has
equaled that record. We are, natural
ly, proud of our Elwyn 'Artist Series
concerts, and can assure the people of
Portland that it shall ever be our aim
to bring here the best artists obtain
able without regard to cost. By offer
ins; these at popular prices, we feel that
we are doing our part in the develop
ment of the musical life of our city."
Mr. McFadden has recently taken
over the management of the Elwyn con
cert bureau, and is naturally enthusi
astic over the opening- of the Elwyn
Artist Series. All of the concerts will
be held at The Auditorium, in order to
accommodate a greater number of
music lovers who wish to avail them
selves of the opportunity of bearing the
world's greatest artists at popular
The concerts will be opened on Tues
day evening, October 10, with June
: Margaret Matxenauer. prima donna
i contralto of the Metropolitan Opera.
who will make her initial bow to Port
land in a concert on Monday, October
2 The third concert will be given Im
mediately following the holidays in
January, when Mlrovitch, the distin-
.gulshed Russian pianist-composer, win
be the artist. On January 19 Mischa
, El man. the celebrated Russian violinist,
wfll be heard as the fourth artist at-
. traction of the Elwyn Series. Febru
ary 23 a brilliant Joint concert will be
given by Mine. Florence Easton. prima
donna soprano of the Metropolitan
Opera' company, and Paul Althouse.
tenor, also of the Metropolitan forces.
Alberto Salvi, the harpist, who so elec
trified Portland at his brilliant concert
last season, has been secured for a re
turn engagement this season, and will
be presented by the bureau as Its sixth
artists attraction on March 12. The
final concert of the Elwyn 1922-23 sea
son will . be given on March 26, when
it will present "Cosl fan tutte1 ("A
School for Lovers"), the sparkling Mo
sart comic opera, which so took New
York by storm when revived at the
Metropolitan last season. This gay.
tuneful opera will- be sung in English
by an all-star cast headed by Irene
Williams, prima donna soprano, and
Justin House, tenor.
- Mrs. Rose Coursen Reed, who has
been In New York City for the summer,
expects to return to Portland Septem
ber 15 to reopen her voice studio. The
Portland contralto was interviewed by
a representative of the New Tork
vv nai nas impressed me as tnjAcn as
any other one thins: about New Yock
.is the widespread understanding ot
music" she Is quoted. "The ordinary
man or woman, because of the ' opera
and the large number of concerts by
the leading artists of the world, and
because of the fact that the personaji--v
ties of the great figures in contempo-
Varv music are so identified with the
.everyday life of the community, pos-
sesses at least the beginnings of i
musical background. It appears obvi
ous. too. that the high standard main
tained in the music of the big motion
picture theatres, patronized by so
many thousands each week, has its
educational effect. As teacher I have
found that the necessity for building
up a foundation of information a
background for the pupil is generally
a most important feature, althougn
music" is on a very high plane in Port
land." fifra. Reed also mentioned that of all
the singers she has trained, a blind
Girl. Miss Marguerite Carney, has the
most appealing quality of voice.
"I have had other pupils who sur
passed her in brilliance and technique."
Mrs. Reed continued, "but I have never
heard any voice that had such power
to stir the emotions of - an audience.
At first I was afraid that perhaps the
emotion that others, as well as myself,
felt when Bhe saris was due to. knowl
edge of her infirmity.- But I have
.tested her voice in ways that have
conviaced me that her ability to reach
the heart is solely a matter of voice
Ashville. N. C. has just completed
its third annual music festival, at
which concerts by celebrated concert
and opera stars were enjoyed by thou
sands of music lovers from Ashville
" and the surrounding ' country. The
Ashville festival is of particular Inter
est to Portland music lovers in that a
number of Its leading soloists will be
heard tn concert here during the com
ing season. Mine. Margaret Matxe-
nauer. contralto ; Mrae. Julia Claus
. sen, measo ; Mia Irene Williams, so
prano, and Edward 'Johnson and Jud
: son House, tenors, were the leading
soloists. At the last moment Johnson
was prevented by illness from appear
ing, and the festival management sent
h hurry-up. call to Mme. Florence
Kaaton. prima donna soprano of the
Metropolitan company, who substi
tuted for the tenor. The audiences
were enthusiastic about Mme. Eastern's
' sineing. Of the Ashville solo artist.
Mme. Matxenauer. Mme. Easton, Miss
. Williams and Mr. House will be heard
here this season in the Klwyn Artist
Miss Martha Reynolds returned this
week from an interesting trip to Los
: courtesies from the musical people,
i She was honor guest at a dinner given
; at his home by Charles Wakefield
: t adman, followed by a party at the
J Hollywood Bowl, the large outdoors
! theatre, to hear Alfred Herts direct
the Los Angeles Philharmonic orchea
: tra. The week previous Mr. Cadman
was soloist at this concert, when an
entire Cadman evening was green to aa
audience of SOW people. Miss Reynolds
, was also entertained at a party give
! by France Ootdwater concert manager.
given at the Pllgrimaga theatre, with
: the moat unusual pilgrimage play.
Miss Reynolds is now arranging for
Mr. Cadman'a appearasto with Prte-
cess Tsianina in Portland and other
places in the Northwest during the
coming winter. ,
The Suanysid Congregational choir.
- J. A. HolUngsworth, director,' resumed
; its regular wort last Saturday. The
quartet members are Mrs. Milton Run-
i yn- soprano : Mrs. ? Bertha FrtOtett.
contralto ; Jacob Ferguson, tenor: J.
i Scott Milne, bass. The choir consists
I f. SO voices. Mrs. Gladys Morgan
7 Farmer la-th organist.
j . , " mttstc, nRAMAmm M - r I
a '. ill - in
Child Music Specialist .
Reopen Her Studios, 603-604 Bush dc, Lane Building
In the Interest of Children and the
Mrs. Mpore will give free of charge and all obligation
A Psychological Test of MusicvU Talent
to ascertain the- quality and extent of the -child's musical mind,
o j i c. a. i . 4. o i t a - t n l : . 4-A
'.x can be tested at a time, register
v MRS. CUFFOBO MOORE, DIRECTOR
MRS. ETHEk NICKS MRS. LUCIA HART MBS. A R BQSCOW
MOTHERS Investigation Costs Nothing I
VISIT AND, SEE CHILDREN AT WORK
Wednesday, September 13, at 4 o'Clock
Saturday, September 16, at 11 o'Clock
Studios 603-604-606-502-515 Bush & Lane Blg.
ACCREDITED TEACHERS ALL GRADES TAUGHjT
Mrs. Hicks will conduct special classes for children 5 to 8 years
Knowlton Music Studios
'202 HILFORD BUILDING
VOICE CULTURE PIANO COMPOSITION
Rates Moderate. Phone for Appointment, Broadway 2737
TEACHER OF SINGING .
ACCREDITED BY STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
STTrpiO-tlS T1I.FOED BUILDI5G BEOADWAI 2StS
Pupil Hermaji D Vrles, leading- music critic, Chicago ; Charles W. ClarkS
and Herbert Miller of Paris. 1
Astnsrlsed Etfonnti of
KrDOLFH GATtZ sd
LOUIS VICTOR BAAS
ELSIE M. LEWIS, Teacher of Violin
Biglnners and advanced students accepted.'
Class in ensemble Saturday mornings from 11 to 12 for children.
Orchestra rehearsals for Intermediate and advanced students to commence
West 814 Studio, 1 Bash A Laae Bunding
Mt. Tabor SrssJo, M East Sixtieth Street Psoas Tabor 7037.
L. CARROLL DAY, President
148 Thirteenth Street
We nisU to tmnoimcc that ret
have secured the services of
ALYS MAY BROWN to
conduct the- dancing classes this
Exponent of dhe Principles
and Art of "Bel Canto"
Teacher of folicsing well knows
church singers: Mrs. W. H. Chat
ten, First MethodSst ; Nina. Dressel.
First Presbyterian ; Rose Frledle
GianelH. St. Mary" cathedral : Ger
trude Porter, Forbiea Presbyterian :
Helen Fromme-ScMedler. Rose City
Presbyterian ; Blanche Berreth
Stanton, First Congregational :
Mrs. C. W. YelldSng, Piedmont
308 Bush & Lane Bldg.
- MAIX lie
Rupert 1VL Crabb
PIANO AND VIOUN
STUDIO BWSIt LAME BLDO.
its AMsr. Wwii fcrte OSTT.
Anna Ellis Barker
ivrn. or waocb sMrsqrH
Fall Term Opens Sc$. IS
Mrs, Livia Marstrs
Piano and Harmony
sxca scHixa. cxaaxs ems)
FMONE CAST ItBt
M. B. PALACIOS
IRSTBUCTOSt IN CLABIMCT. BUkMIMS
Ul ANB OUITAR
Studio: 337 TiUord Bldg,
' YERTM ABB BKRRION .
by calling East '175.
STUDIOS 108-0.412 TIlfoM Bldf
Xesth Mi Korricos. Broadway 1847.
Kirs. Nelle Rotbwell May
Pianist and Teacher
"Dunning System, of
Improved Music Study
used for Foundation work.
Resident Studio, Alameda Park
900 EL Twenty-ninth St. North
Vocal Teacher and
Past Four Tears with Percy Rector
Stephen in New Tork.
Phom Bes'y. Mais 1487
STUDIO: AMBASSADOR APTS.
Teacher of Piano
Mlh Scfcooi Credits
RES. STUDIO See FLANDERS STREET
THE SPITZNER VIOUN
BEGINNERS AND ADVANCED
hlOH SCHOOL CREDITS
Let yoor child stad? pssso at soma, where yn
u hear his Irumi Children maom " -tttt fa.
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III . II
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FROM BEGINNING TO
Mr. Krrh.enla.Hb is the teacher! of violinists who arrive.. Having- been a pupil
for three years and now an authorized representative of Sevcik, the world
famous master, air. Kichenlaub is prepared, to impart the principles of the
Sevcik school of violin playing, which is -conceded to he the greatest system
for the perfection of technique ever developed. Mr. Eichenlaub is not only
aa exponent of the technical side of violin playing-, but through his associa
tion with Musln of the Royal Conservatory of Belgium he derived -his
ability to produce in his pupils the idea tor the production of a singing- tone,
characteristic of the Belgian system of bowing.
HIGH SCHOOL! ASH TJXTrERSITT CREDITS.
COMPETE If T ASSISTANT TEACHERS
Si ii I B
William Robinson Boone Mabelle Boone
PIANO ORGAN VOICE
Frances Miilkey Children's Training
353 Holladay Ave. Phone East 4738
IS. I V.
Best Exponent in Portland
Italian School of "BEI, CASTTO la ALL BRAKCHES
From Very Beginning to Graad Opera Repertoire.
. Signor CORRUCCINI
ITlne Reasons SIuBlcal : Director aad Conductor for the Portland
Stsdio: Bash Jt Lane Baildiag Residence Phone Sellwood 1210
KATE DELEi MARDEX
DUNNING SCHOOL OF IMPROVED
Registrations 3ow Being Received for Classes Beginning Sept. It
BROADWAY 891 I SEW STUBfO, SI 3T. 1ITH, CORKER DATIS
CONTRALTO TEACHER OW SINOINO
ANNOUNCES OPENIJfO OF THE TALL SEASON
It ri-rmm mm gnat pi nr to rMonatend to ray pnpO and Uiom interested in th art of
Tcdoa prodTjctjom aad wpetSnira Mitjrlen Fraksr-Stitas, wo is particiUarly well rened in Ui
Sl iUod. j (Sisaed) ERWIN MUTCH.
RatWsnes Pftans AUnssr ISM rsrs S a. m.
' - STUDIO 408 BUSH A LANE SUILDINQ
Charges Per Tens at Pfear Weeks
Hoar, weekly .1 fit
t-Hoor, weekly ....
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680 E. Washirigrton
Ik only method ta orlsteta
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Mrs. Eichenlaub, who is a certified
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span in a hand after three weeks'
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that in an phases is applied directly
to the most difficult compositions and
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bufld upa. varied repertoire
High School Credits
Stsdio Salts Columbia Bldg West
Park aad Washington
Telephone Broadway 70t
j Conserbatorp of jHustc
Art of Singing
I Bel Canto -Overtone
Instructor of leading singers local and national.
Students thoroughly fitted for the opera and con
cert stage. Italian and French diction.
Broadway tiit tt JTorth Nineteenth Street
E. GLADTS If ASH
WMiT BUSH LANE BLOB.
PHONE EAST 2S2
Joseph A. Finley
Cendoetsf f the Pertiantf Oratorio Society
Chotrmaxtor of Arista Baptist Churck
IT TILFORO BLBOW BDWY. E77T
MRS. AXICA L'HOMMEDIU
LsttoBi at Studla or Puslls ' Homes
Emphasis Tharousn Mustcal Fawrdatien
SSIBtlLL ST. ATWATER SI OS
205-6 Tilford Bldg.
Studio, Broadway 2020
Residence,,. Tabor 2020
Studio 927 Belmont St.
Phone Tabor 6938
266 North Twenty-sixth
. . Street
TELEPHONE MAIN USt .
STATE ACCBEDITED TEACHES
STCDIO SAVIER 8TBEEZ
Music and Art
MISS GLADYS FOROICB and .
RILLE. . OR1ETHU YSEN
315 Tilford Bldg.
TEACHER OF PIANO AND HARBtONY
CERTIFIED LE8CHETIXKT EXPONENT
Studia 70O Market 8L' Drive
Phone Main 4482
R CfJ RC i ORMATIO ; Bish School
..r.rU-r TENOR PSpUs Stadyias
WILBER NO P1rtel,
DCtn ACCREDITED Kecaira
nCLlJ TEACHER School Credits
STUDIO: , 414 TILFORD ' BUILDING
RES. PHONE MAIN S16S.
MRS. C. E. G0ETZ
CLASSES rOKifXNCj XH
' Fundamental Music
RESIDENCE STUDIOl PHONE:
441 EAST 41 ST ST. TABOR 4363
IDA MAY COOK
Teacher of Piano
Studio: 607 Columbia Bids
Res.: 061 E. EerU
Mrs. J. Hanrey Johnson
, 507 Bush & Lane Bldg.
Stadlo, Mala J178. Res East 2SS
Mrs. Tracy Ray Grove
Stsdio 664 East Stb Street
Fkoae Sellwood 2805
Teacher of Piano
Psoas AtrraUr MIS., 46 lttk St.
PIANO AND HABMONW
302 Tilforci Building
TO 12 DAILY
Frances Mulker Leila Walter, Teachers
1S81 Saner IM:. . Cast 47SS
Paul T. Stucke
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; : PiANOORGAH
Ji EXFE&T : CHOIB, TSAJITES ' n
il SroatEosseTT Prire Atwater StlS
REGISTRATION, FALL TERM,
Begins Tomorrow, Sept. 11
David Campbell, Otto Wedemeyer, George Hotch
kiss Streetijtistic Directors
Splendid Faculty ' ot Fifteen Instructors
TKe ScKool of
Fifth Annual Year Boo 'sent on application.
Branch Studios in Rose City Park and Irvington
Phone Atwater 4200 for full information. Address
654 Everett street.
Phyllis Wolfe, concert sopraho and vocal teacher of inlet"
national training and experience, will give a free scholarship
for the ensuing season to the best voice, singing in open com"
petition, early in October. Information and, application
blanks may be obtained al the studio? 300 Tilford Bldg.
Italian Classes Now Being Formed
fVL 8 w TEACHERS INTENSIVE COURSES for PROFESSIONALS
DO YOU TRY TO SINQ WITH EFFORT OF THE ABDOMINAL MUSCLES INSTEAD
OP WITH DIAPHRAGMATIC IMPUL8E?
202 TILFORD BUILDING
STUDIO , - TELEPHONES
602 Bush & Lane Bldg;. . MAin 6147 ATwater 1231
Pearl BOYER ALLEN Frances YOUNT
VOICE and PIANO , PIANIST
f PHOITES Msla S78 Atwatsr tttt
STUDIO 401 BUSH & LANE BUILDING
WILLIA EADES HONSKA
- The Pupil the Discoverer, , the Teacher the Guide
A. to Se. .C.T.WiOX OF
STUDIO, 601 EILERS BLDG:
MAMIE HELEN FLYNN
CONCERT PIANIST ACCOMPANIST
Residence Studio Portland Hotel Main 8842
STUDIO! SOS-S TILFORD BLDO. PHONE BROAQWAT S7B4 FOR APPOINTMENT
Beginners, 10 Lessons
Learn bf actually reading and play ins latest popular sonra
$5 Down, $10 a Week for 10 Weeks
OPEN EVENINGSPRACTICE ROOMS- . '
DEMONSTRATION DAILY -2 TO B P. M.
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AS TTElli AS MATT
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