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An**TRT1**FMT-N r ADVFRTI^KMr.M Mi\ KRTISI ?IF.NT mi\ ERTI8I Ml.M AnVF.RTfSF.MFNT ??nvFRTisirMrs'T AnvFRTT?ntrvr ?RUSO ; -. ' FARRAR r .' HOMER 2.' ^cCORMACK "I have an exclusive agree? ment for twenty-five yean with the Victor to make records of my voice. Tlie records made by the Victor process are far superior?in quality of tone, natural re? production, and in every detail?to those made by any other process in the v>orld." ItUo^ipte "? am deughted to contrib? ute a word of appreciation in favor of the Victor, and congratulate myself that my -??elections are brought before the public in so admirable a manner, by means of its won? derful merit." y^uu^^^ "T wish to express my ap? preciation of the splendid series of reproductions of my voice which the Victor Com? pany has made. They seem to me remarkably lifelike and faithful." remacy What do the greatest artists think of it? J^LwO ^C^Zl??m\ "The reproductions ol the Victor Records are wonderful. It is my great desire now to ?eal up and preserve a com?* plete set of my Victor Record^ for mv children." [J?iiUc TfesKiU "The reproductions of the selections I sang for Victor Records ate wonderfully life? like?they reproduce the nat? ural quality of the human voice." s$> U^C ?a**e?*****f ?<-t-f-W *fi+*e In"your selection of a musical instrument, the opinions of the world's greatest artists are of in? estimable value to you. They know music. They are the recognized authorities. And when they say the Victrola repro? duces their art absolutely true to life, you can depend upon their knowledge and endorsement. But they go still further. So great is their confidence in the fidelity of the Victrola that they make records for the Victrola exclu? sively. "I would liket**. express my ?delight at renewing my con? tract with the Victor Talking Machine Company for ten years more. "During my extensive travels T have had such a vivid illustration of the great work you are doing for the world that it is with the deepest feeling that I say I'm prou-J to be a part of such a great work, and that I may long enjoy the privilege is the earnest wish of A Cc / GLUCK *~-\,> ?H-U?S v Robert Burns once sai-? "O wad some power the giftio ' gie us To see oursels as ithers see \ us!" I wonder what he would have said of the wonderful Victrola which surely made it possible for us to hear our? selves as others hear usl y? ?; Victrolas *15 to $400 "I believe that the process by which the Victor Records are made is the most perfect of all methods of voice repro? duction. I have made records exclusively for the Victor since February 1910 and my present contract does not expire until February 1938." Victors $10 to $100 Victor dealers everywhere Ask your nearest dealer for demonstration "The improvement in Victor recording during the past years has been bo great that a singer is compelle<l to give the matter of making Victor Records the most serious and conscientious consideration." ^ \f "Every true artist consist? ently endeavors to improve tone production. The quality of my voice in my Victor Records is so perfectly repro? duced that when I study I u?e them as a standard for com? parison." j '.v ?'.? wm "The Victor today Is th? most relentless but the most just critic, as it reproduces absolutely what the artist has done." m?%iat*ammt?&? Va?nT* ?MIMN-HEINK x MV?? ( _I_ _- _? 3 9 Pi if m ?L fl&___= m i>-a.i?totra?fi-'"^trat_a?/a*?.:\ TTTTTT*!""-: "n'? _:'.,'. ;;?;"* '4!