The Musical Truth May 1922 Issue
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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