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THE SUN, SUNDAY,. NOVEMBER 23, 1913.
Helenrand her friend ifce Narcissus Mendelssohn's Spring Pone Hearts and Flowers Pinafore and all those compositions in which pure, gentle melody it dominant. Father and Mother likt MacDowell's Wild Rose Berceuse from Jocelyn Last Rose of Summer Love's Old Sweet Song ' Mighty Like a Rose Schubert's Serenade and all the dear old "live-forner" tunes. 1 . ' . r ' Ti V m .' JBHPMfiWPl BifcZ- I " Jerry and his ' mwM&zn . wjfflll- I 1 chums like if?ffiP : tv.:- a m- Ur-II Bull ITaAI-mw y. The Soldier's Chorus , . . Jl ii 'I- A Christmas Gift r Afary anc her set iAe Grieg's Butterfly Dvorak s Humoroke The Rosary Tosti's Goodbye Prologue from Pagliarri Celeste Aida Liszt Rhupsodic Brahm's Hungarian Dances Sweetheart deep '.n the " rlan.ticot," hut tempered by the best of the popular. 'jfti .,t For All the Family ND it's the greatest gift of all ... . theTgift of making A fl music ! The exuberance of youth, the meditation 03 n( nrrc -Ttn nnoa f 4-V '" o an4 r ic all find ready expression in music. That is why all ages of mankind love music. There is in music in the making of music enjoyment of the highest, of the most satisfying type. It is the enjoyment that comes- of self-expression. It is a pleasure which can be shared by every member of the family, and which wields a culturing influence that lifts it out of the realm of mere amusement. Yesterday the piano was the universal home musical instrument, but through it only the few with trained and talented fingers experienced the , joy and fascination of making music. Today, a new and wonderful instrument has come to take the piano's place. It is The Pianola "The World's Greatest Musical Instrument" 1 J1!JJ I 5 5U:id kMSf George and the fellows like Peg o' My Heart International Rag Isle d'Amour There's a Girl in the Heart of Maryland Adcle Selections and everything of the Cohan, Lauder, Irving llrrlin nature, that is not more than two months old. An instrument that is the piano, and more the piano and the art to play. The Pianola brings within the reach of everyone, the privilege, not merely of hearing music, but also of making it. It opens to everyone, not only the beauties of the world of music, but, as well, the fascination, the satisfac tion, the broadening influence of prac ticed self-expression. You want the Pianola in your home. You want it for yourself, for your family particularly for the children. You want it for the pleasure it will bring. You want it for its aid to the understanding of good music, which modern culture demands, and you want it to help your children in their music study, for it is the greatest musical educator in the world. Can you think of any other gift that could bring into your home this Christmas, such pleasure, such inspir ation? And a gift that is enduring that will carry happiness and good cheer through the years and years to cornel You may buy a Pianola for as little as $550 in a first payment of $25 or more and the balance in convenient weekly or monthly payments if you desire. And now just a word of caution you can buy the Pianola, in New York, only at Aeolian Hall. The Pianola is made only by the Aeolian Company, and in these models exclusively : The Steinway Pianola The Steck Pianola The Wheelock Pianola The Stuyvesant Pianola The Stroud Pianola The famous Weber Pianola On Sale, in New York, only at Aeolian Hall 29-33 West b2d St., Bet 5th 6th Aves. THE AEOLIAN COMPANY ' i