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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1915,
Miss Orner At Waimea
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cd cocoahut loaves nnd date leaves
and the stape looked like the top
of a fern bank. Miss Orner said
herstlf that she had never suns on
such a stage in all her life; the
decoration of natural plants and
flowers, struck her artistic soul as
the most beautiful setting for her
concert. She had sung on hun
dreds of Platforms and stages, but
never anything like this. She said,
"It is most beautiful."
Mis3 Orner had through her
know themselves if it be worth
applause. 1 saw sutmbudy that I
consider an authority on pong clap
vigorously so I clapped, but really
I do not know if it was anything
grand. I know Miss Orner show
ed u wonderful technigue going
uo and down the scale, and cross
wise diagonally of the scale cut
ting out a piece of the scale in the
middle or any where else and join
ing it to the too or the bottom,
etc. It was in some foreign lan
guage so I do not know what she
Second section was four short
songs and that was beautiful. I
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Miss Inga Orner, the sweet singer who has delighted audiences
at Waimea at'.d Lihue.
bostcs.4 been able to secure the
best aceompnnyist on the island,
Mrs. W. H. (irote. The reserved
seats of the house had been sold
out and everything looked prom
ising. The audience was there on time
and the concert started and no
jarring incident of people coming
in during the concert or snorting
noisy automobiles were heard after
the song bird let loose the first
Misi Ot nei's first piece was on
Aria from Faust. (I do not
know if it was rendered as it
ought to be, we do not uuderctand
it; but I think it was "above the
heads" of the majority of the
audience and when such music is
rendered the majority of us de
pend on somebody else to show
their appreciation they do not
realized then that she has a beau
tiful voice and is a great artist.
The applause was strong and last
ing. Third section comes into the
same category. It was music that
I understood and everybody with
any sense of music would under
stand. The audience clapped and
flrwers by the armful were sent up
to Miss Orner and her worthy as
sistant, Mrs. Orole.
The fourth section was an "Aria
from Carmen." It struck me as
pretty fine and the people showed
their appieciatioti in no questiona
The last section was unquestiona
bly where Miss Orntr's grand
voice is shown to its greatest ad
vantage. A 1 1 these songs were
Scandinavian butit took no Scandi
navian to understand the beauty
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in the rendition of them and when
she had sung the last song there
was so much applause that she had
to give an extra, which certainly
wca taxing her to the utmost, as
the program was long and she
must have been dead tired, but no.
She sat down to piano accompany
ing herself i n some Norwegian
song which would have stumped
anv other ordinary singer as the
first piece on the program.
It was a great treat and many
people were saying they were go
ing to Lihue to hear her on Mon
day. Practically everybody in the
district who could enjoy high class
song was present. She will leave
Kauai next Saturday and we can
truly say, we hi. v.- heard a real
star on Kauai
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