Cottonwood Chautauqua; June 15 th the 19 th
Just a few of the many interesting programs. Tickets are now on sale. Five big Days.
Jug°=Slav Tamburicans Coming to Chautauqua
Most Unique Musical Organization of Native Musician* Fdure Surprum* R.p.rtoir«—will
Play on Varied Sizes of Native Tamburica
I „ 7 h !,f U |: 0 ' Sla I 0rCheSlra - playln,f ,helr TamburUus. and singing th.- folk gongs an.1 melo.il«. of their home.
ùùuiïZ f " m ' ,h, ' l b< UU,y " f ...... •>« *•>« 'bird day. The Tan7b«r.« eomb,n^
the iM-st qualities of the iimndolin. guitar, ukeleh- and . ther similar instruments, yet it Is surprisingly superior to all of
ihem In beauty of tone and In volume. The young men play u half dozen sizes of the InrtrZwTtLIwZ of which
Ï S^fTthelTv V h ^!'T 8 Vl ' ,llu . anU . ,h '' " a , ,lw,t ,s no '»rger than the Hawaiian "uke " A surprising repertoire
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Noted Men's Concert Group Coming to Chautauqua
Remarkably Gifted Musical Organization la the New York City Concert Quartet Which Will
Appear Here as Delightful Chautauqua Feature on the Last Day
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Ixtvers of really good music have a genuine treat In store when the New York City Concert Quartet comes to Chau
tauqua the last day. This noted organization, composed of four of New York's most gifted vocalists, presents a pro
gram of classical and popular numbers, given with an artistry which stamps It as one of America's finest male quartets
The personnel consists of John Bcsse, first tenor; Albert Llufrlo, second tenor and pianist; Artells Hickson, baritone
and Albert Erlcr. bass. Their program will satisfy the most fastidious, for not only are all solo artists of note In the
New York musical fields, but the ensemble effects are given with a delicacy of shading and blending that is most re
markable. They have exceptionally line voices and each has enjoyed extensive experience in oratorio pud concert fields
The Scotch and negro impersonations of Mr. Dickson will prove an enjoyable feature of the program. He is u south
erner, having been born and raised in Louisiana, where he learned some of the negro folk songs he uses on the pro
gram. His art, however, is by no means confined to Ills Interpretation of the Scotch and negro songs.
They have a surprisingly varied repertoire and their Chautauqua programs will Include some classical num
bers of most difficult interpretation, nn abundance of popular songs and some very interesting musical character
presentations. The solo work will also prove a most enjoyable feature for each is an artist of distinction and
real musical attainment. If you love real quartet harmony, furnished by real voices, better be on band at the
Chautauqua when the New York City Concert Quartet comes to town.
DR. DE VILBiSS IS NOTED
NEW YORK PHYSICIAN
Chautauqua Lecturer Is Prominent on
New York Board of Health.
Dr. Lydia Allen DeVilblss, noted
New York physician, will discuss tho
most Important business of all—"The
Business of Llviug"—Ip-fore Chautau
qua patrons here On the fourth after
Boon. Dr. DeVIlhiss is well known as
the medical editor of the Better
Babies' Department for the Woman's
Home Companion, and ns assistant di
rector of the Division for Child Hy
giene for the New York Department
9t Public Health. In 1919 alte was
appointed to the United States Public
Glenn L. Morris Is Scientific Entertainer
Dazzling and Bewildering Experiments to Be Shown
Explained at Chautauqua on the Second Day
\ou ve enjoyed the dramatic entertainer, the musical entertainer, and now's
your opportunity to enjoy the scientific entertainer. Never heard of such a
person? Perhaps not. but (ilenn L. Morris, who will uppear at Chautauqua the
second day will scientifically entertain you with scientific demonstrations to a
queen s taste. He carries u stage full of equipment, which, under a technical
hand, directed by a scientific mind, becomes the setting for a dazzling and be
wildering array of experiments that Instruct, as well as entertain. Not only
tills, but the "how" und the "why" Is mude clear to every person In the audi
ence. Mr. Morris' program is an educational feature that is tremendously
Mr. Morris and his assistant promise an entertainment you will long re
member. for It ia distinctly different from the usual Chautauqua entertainment
program. It'a for the kiddies, too, as well as the old folks.
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