The Musical Truth May 1922 Issue

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By James F. Boyer, editor

C. C. Conn Ltd. Musical Truth, Vol. XI, No. 30, Elkhart, Ind., U. S. A., May, 1922. Established 1867 and devoted to the interests of band and orchestra musicians. Contains photos and testimonials from Musicians using Conn instruments.

Names in this online transcription include Adam, Addison, Bamboschek, Banta, Bassett, Beitel, Bodansky, Brown, Buono, Burr, Campbell, Chomet, Clark, Clarke, Cohen, Conway, Croxton, Cusumano, Del Negro, Drucker, Eduarde, Elkins, Evans, Evenson, Falcone, Frey, Gabrilowitsch, Gebhardt, Geib, Gerhard, Glantz, Hadley, Haines, Hasselmans, Heimrich, Henton, Hertz, Huston, Johnson, Kearney, Kegel, Kenfield, Koepfel, Kohler, Kunze, La Croix, LaMonaca, Le Barbier, Lillieback, Lindemann, Lindenhahn, Lotz, Lozano, Mager, Mann, Mantia, Markwith, Massey, Mausbach, McCarthy, Mengelberg, Meyer, Miller, Monteux, Montgomery, Moranzoni, Murray, Nappi, Nelson, O'Hara, Oberhoffer, Pacheco, Page, Papi, Pechin, Perfetto, Peterson, Prentiss, Rabis, Rosebrook, Rosenroth, Rothwell, Sery, Shellhouse, Silver, Simons, Siroto, Smith, Sokoloff, Steinberg, Stokowski, Stranski, Tait, Thieck, Tilkin, Van Amburgh, Van Eps, Venezio, Wagner, Wallace, Wankoff, Webster, Weiss, Westphal, Williams, Wingert, With, Wochenfuss, Woeckner, Ysaye.

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This resource includes the following items:

  • Arnold Johnson's Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • Arthur M. Kraus Meadowbrook Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • Bailey and Cowen with Estella Davis, 1922, Photograph
  • Benson's Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • Bert Brown's Saxophone Girls, 1922, Photograph
  • Billy Markwith and Brown's Saxophone Six, 1922, Photograph
  • Coon Sanders Novelty Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • Eddie Elkins Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • Frank Westphal and His Rainbo Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • Fred Pike's Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • Frisco Six Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • Gus Edwards Novelty Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • Isham Jones Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • J. Rosamond Johnson and His Inimitable Five, 1922, Photograph
  • Joe Keyser Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • Johnnie Becker and his Jazz buddies, 1922, Photograph
  • Joseph Basile and His Orchestra of Newark, 1922, Photograph
  • Mickey's Jassopaters, 1922, Photograph
  • Paul Biese Novelty Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • Paul Whiteman Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • Ralph Williams and His Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • Ruth Herbert's Revue, 1922, Photograph
  • The Southern Rag-A-Jazz Band, 1922, Photograph
  • Starita's Saxophone Sextet and Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • Ted Lewis and His Celebrated Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • The Tokio Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
  • Tom Brown and the Six Brown Brothers, 1922, Photograph
  • Tom Brown's Musical Highlanders, 1922, Photograph
  • Tom Brown's Symphony Six, 1922, Photograph
  • Tulsa Jazz Pirates, 1922, Photograph
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