horn quartette (brass?) Melton, Smith,. Brewer, and Klinck

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horn quartette (brass?) Melton, Smith,. Brewer, and Klinck - The Military Bund Concert. The regard in which...
The Military Bund Concert. The regard in which tho military band is held by the people of Logansport Logansport was attested last ni£ht by the large audience which greeted the boys at the opera house. The program showed evidence of careftil study and was carried out in a very pleasing- manner, the audience frequently attesting attesting its appreciation of the- better numbers by loud applause and numerous encores. For a summer evening the house was well filled and the band will net a njat sum to apply to the purchase of the new regulation uniforms. The part first was an interesting series of "music by the band," the boys appearing in burnt cork and fantastic fantastic plantation outfit. The selections selections were heartily applauded. The part second was opened by Julius Mattes with a piano solo in which the young 1 artist displayed displayed an admirable proEciency. Mr. Mattes presided at the piano during the evening in an excellent manner, manner, and in a later number was supported supported by Dr. Frank Wynn in a piano duet of very pleasing quality. The baton drill of Buel, Schwering and Berkenruth, was a skillfully executed number .which received an encore. The Worstell boys, Elmer and Charles, with their tinkling mandolins came in for their invariable encore and responded responded pleasingly. The "stump" speech by James Gangloff in costume, was an amusing number number and brought down the house. The specialty act of Brewer, Cohee and Criss on their novel wood xylaphone was a remarkably pleasing number and likewise fell in for an encore. encore. The cornet solo by Prof. H. L. Bisbee gave that artist an excellent chance to display his powers on his favorite instrument and this number was loudly encored. The horn quartette quartette by Melton, Smith, Brewer and Klinck was a pleasing number and wits followed by a. trombone solo by Clarence Clarence Bisbee which met with a hearty encore. Prof. Bisbee and Henry Melton then executed a pretty cornet duet - and were followed followed by a baritone solo by Will Brewer which was one of the ^_most artistic numbers of the program and met with an encore. Mr. Brewer is a fine baritone soloist. The amusing specialty act of Bisbee, Gangloff and Scbwering was an absurdity which kept the crowd laughing for awhile. This trio go about it like old professionals, professionals, the Irish comedy by Schwering and tte songs by Bisbee being decided hits. It is suspicioned that Bisbee has stood before the. footlights footlights in minstrel roles before. The program came to an end with a laughter laughter creating farce entitled "Aunt Susie's Ball," which sent the crowd away in good humor. All in all the entertainment was a pleasing success in which the boys may find good reason reason for personal felicitation. They made themselves even more "solid" than ever with the people of Logansport Logansport last night. Long may they wave.

Clipped from Logansport Pharos-Tribune20 May 1891, WedPage 8

Logansport Pharos-Tribune (Logansport, Indiana)20 May 1891, WedPage 8
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