Ernest Dawson (Firm) :"His Master's Voice" the world's best gramophone! Recital, Concert Chamber, Town Hall, Wednesday, April 21st, 1926, at eight o'clock, demonstrating the wonderful new instrument. 1926.
Reference Number: Eph-A-PHONO-1926-01
Front shows the logo of His Master's Voice at the centre top, and the Ernest Dawson logo at the bottom. The "concert" featured performances by Dinh Gilly, Caruso, Cortot, Martinelli and De Luca, Pupils of Miss Nesta Sarwell-Cooke, Phyllis Lett, Mr J A Duffy, Light Opera Company, Members of the YMCA Gymnasium, Royal Albert Hall Orchestra, Galli Curci, Kreisler, Apollo Male Chorus, Chaliapine, John McCormack, Royal Choral Society.
1 image, categorised under Ephemera, Programmes, Letterpress works and Advertising, related to His Master's Voice New Zealand Ltd, Wellington Town Hall. Concert Chamber, Ernest Dawson (Firm), Wellington City, Phonograph, Concerts - New Zealand - Wellington Region, Logos (Symbols) and Sound recordings.
[Ephemera, advertising and sales catalogues relating to sound recording and the recording industry, records and gramophone equipment, mainly in New Zealand in the 1920s]., Reference Number Eph-A-PHONO-1920s (3 digitised items)
Extent: 1 folded programmeLetterpress on folded programme, 215 x 142 mm (folded). Vertical imageEphemera
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