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Winnipeg, Canada
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2. ID 16 Sf ns of CIJ An eri:a' Mon. - Wed. - Fri. 8.30 p.m. pretented by j UNITED GRAIN GROWERS LTD. "1340 ON I HE DIAL" DAK TKMI PRIO M.OXI AUDITORIUM Mon. Nov. 4 Tossy SPIVAKOVSKY VIOLINIST Scats Now $2.60 - $195 - $1.30 - 90s MON. - TUES. JQ 4 Q NOVEMBER I Oj I 3 ICELANDIC SINGERS First American Tour 36 Male Voices Direct From Iceland Seats now $2.60, $1.9.'. $1.30, 90c Box Office, Winnipeg Piano Co. Ltd. Ph. 98 821 B mm fra virwpfr - , - , lfY.tl1f. 1 1 'innipejs'n fume as a music centre has been spread abroa - i b musical M competition festival and through activities of its own sons and daughters. It Is alwas an ironical (act to realize that scores ot these native musicians have had to eek experience and a livelihood outside the city's borders. - - Hundreds have gone to London Schools of Music and Trinity Col Vjne, where they have studied 0ge of Music, and other famed in iMider s.holarship at the Royal; stitutions. "SONS of the PIONEERS' ; with K you could corral all the young Winnipeg musc'.ans who have gone to England to sludy, you wouldn't nave to seen talent out ide the city to form a symphony .TTche. - .t - rii," Huo C - Rignold, tolo The Ti iuune t!i & week. "Tlieic ..ould be cnmiK"! and more players! io loim scer:'i orchestras. Mr. R.gnold, pioneer musician of this city, returned three weeks ago from Taunton, Somerset, to make his home with his ton. inlaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Cass, 941 Dorchester ave. Pronvnent violinist, orchestral conductor and choir director, since the second decade of the century. Mr. Rignold left Winnipeg with hit family 13 years ago to reside in England. He has many oldt me frends in Winnipeg and many others former. ly clo. - ely associated with musicy mcmners of his family Short nij, he is of i - ert'e. kindly dh - os tio: nnil scfllj infected vo'c le s - j'ii li:t'e of the rigours nn.' rrror o v ol time, except to sa' l!iat lie lived "in Ihe direct path of the bombers. Winnipeg in 1910. Previously, hr was active mus'cally in England. especially as choral and opera con ductor. His wife, who accompanied him back to Winnipeg, was formerly Agnes Mann, a contralto. She sang In grand opera performances which he conducted. While In Winnipeg, Mr. Rignold conducted orchestras at the old Pantages theatre now the Playhouse, and Empress theatre, now the Dominion, in 1912, when vaudeville was a chief form of entertainment. During the first Great war he was active in various services. He was choir master of St. Mary's cathedral In 1913 and from 1923 to '33 he'd a similar pos'tion nt St. Ignatius church, where he also conducted a 60 - piece orchestra. His daughter. Catherine, well - known cellist, who died two years ago, was active in musical circles here in the late 20's and early 30's. She was a member of chamber music groups which presented concerts at the Royal Alexandra hotel during Peter Temple's regime. Other members Included Flora Matheson Goulden: Dr. Archie Hardyment, now in Calgary, and George Williams, vlollst, believed to be n Devonshire. Catherine had served In the Wrens during the war. Another daughter "Pat," ha' ior. i - - c iironiom it ini mmcsi or for 24 CASH IN YOUR EMPTY BEER BOTTLES NOW Telephone direct to the brewery and thev will be picked up by truck. fact TISSUES Guest Artists EILEEN LAW, Contralto WELDON KILBURN, Accompanist UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA STUDENT BOARD OF MUSIC PRESENTS FRANK THOROLFSON CONDUCTING The UNIVERSITY of MANITOBA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA GUEST SOLOIST: DONNA GRESCOE, VIOLINIST. At The Civic Auditorium FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8th AT 8.00 p.m. Tickets: $1.00, 75c. 50c on sale at CELCBntTY CONCERT BOX OFFICE, 381 PORTAOE AVENUE No Phone Orders Government Liquor Control Commitiion been with the EEC for several ,'eprs, as vocalist and entertainer. During the war a bomb dropped nearby while she was singing fbu Til entertainers escaed Injury. A son Hugo, Jr., Ike h,s father, was a prominent violin - ist, who went abro'd on scholarship to The Royal Academy in 1923. "the fol. owing year he per formed the TschaiKowsky concerto under baton of Sir Henry Wood at Queen's Hall. He was then only 19. Joseph Shadwick, another noted Winnipeg v olinist, was a fi;ierd of Hugo. Demobbed only six month. ;.go, Hugo enlisted with the R.A.F. and served in the Eastern theati" of war. He became a squadron leader while posted at Cairc. There, he was later jointed b ' - 'hn'lv.iclc. who became concert - n:','.er and conductor of the Cair - Suuiihoni orciestra. ahadwirk is I now ma :o2cr of all Covcnl Gaidar, jnui ic nr.d conceit master of the ."relit' - ten. Huso hps just returned to Fng - !and frcm Vienna, where he spen three weeks with the Covent Gar den ballet, serving as second cor - durtor of the Vienna orchestiv which accompanied the perforrr nnees. While serving In the wav Hugo was twice guest conducto of the Palestine Symphony, whi - Aituro Tosranini is reported ' have snieH s "the best orchesli '! the world." TH' ;) RIGNOLD Riverview Anniversary Special music will be presented Sunday when Riverview United church holds Its anniversary serv ices. W. A. McKean is organist and choir director. A. H. Webber will sing a solo at the morning service and soloists In the anthem will be Mrs. A. E. King and Mrs. F. Wool ley. hO&L - m i i iww'"ix.iiii' Sa HERE MONDAY: Third Celebrity concert of the subscription series will be held Monday night in the Auditorium, when TOSSY SPIVAKOVSKY, Russitn violin virtuoso, makes his debut. He will be assisted by Sanford Schlussel, piano - accompanist. Red River Church To Mark Birthday Services celebrating the 122nd anniversary of the parish of St. r'aul's Middlechurch will be held Sunday Commun 11 a.m with rector, Canon W. J Merrick, officiating. At 3 p.m. there Winnipeg. Church services were first held at what was then called Image Plain by the Rev. David Jones, successor of John West, in the year 1824. In the following year a little church was opened, whicn withstood the liood of 1826 and served the parish ' it was replaced by a much .aiger building completed in 1841,' the year of Bishop Mountain's visit o the Red River. This was demolished about 1865, i just before the coming of Bishop i.lachray, who for the next year ot two acted as Rector of the parish. The present church dates, from 1875, the tower and lych gate being added later. The list of former in - tunibeiiU includes the names of Archdeacon Cochrane. Archdeacon THE WINNIPEG TRIBUNE M PAGE 7 Musical club anl In the Celebrity If .C ' ... " 'T - 'Jffj? it i , f ? I if concert series. During later years of the war, Victor Babin was posted with the U.S. Army Air forces, while his wife served in the m'litarv several woi ks Dy canin win iemure the program. They will play the following numbers in the Playhouse: Variations on Wnlditlpin ... I Cowley, the Rev. S. Pritchard, Dean j"i? Loombes and Archbishop Matheson. Special Service At Brouduay - Kiist Baptist church Sunday morning the Lord's Sup;er will be observed and new members received at a service at . which the minister. Rev. Arnold Westcott will take for his topic Holding Life Together. At the evening service to be broadcast over CKY Mr. Westcott's topic will be The Gospel of God. A youth .fellowship hour will follow. , t Themi by Count von Banln (.TrHOBcribrd by Victor Babin Strains from Kar - Off Ijands .... BabM (a) Piper of Polmood (bt Hebrew Blumhcr Song (c Ruaslun Village Dtiettlno Concertante, Mozart. Bnonj II &hfrzo a la Rue Gtravinaky L Bal MaiKiniquain ., Miltiaud i a) Chanson Creole oj 'BlKuine III Variation! on a Theme by Joseph Haydn. OpUtf AB ...... Brahma Sunday Eve Musicals Resumed for Season The Sunday Evening Musicals, presented by pup ls of Freda Simon - son, piano, John Mclaggart, sing ing and elocution, and John O. Nor. rhagen, violin, were resumed last Sunday evening in the Y.W.C.A. au ditorium. There will be seven recitals this season. Remaining re citals will be held Nov. 24; Jan. 26; Feb. 23; March 30; April 27 and May 25. The programs will all be of la miscellaneous cnaracter. necnais are held the Inst Sunday of each month. Sir G. Bantock Dies SIR Granville Bantock, 78, British composer - conductor,' one of the pioneers in contemporary British music, died in London Birmingham university and chairman of the corporation of Trinity College ol Music. He was an adjudicator, with T. Tertius Noble, of New York, and H. Plunket Greene, of London, at the fifth annual Manitoba musical festival, held in WinnipegQnMay - 7 to 12th, 1923. "U" Ceremony Today Morning prayer and Holy L u ', T 1 . "l ion will be celebrated a! ; ""'Pf P" "d certificates iur ine uuiveiaiiy oi manuooa School of Music will be held in the will be an evening prayer at which Concert of the Auditorium at ihe preacher will be Rev. Terence 4 P - m - sharP today. J. Finlay, rector of Holy Trinity i w rasHMsv m m cmr '..srv, Av II TTTHEN the University of Manitoba Students' Symphony orchestra jIj is t he famous orcheslia, : y presents a conceit tn me Auditorium fnaay nigni next ween. r.:"Pird at I el Av.v. by the famous Donna Gre.scoe, brillinnt voung Winnipeg violinist, will be gue - t ;oloist rM'ish violinist. E.oni law Huber - b?fo,.e 1(,.iV, fw Kevv yOIk the end of the month to prepare for her , , 'f t . - !( . Icelandic Male Chorus Coming cert 'here in 101. 'area! friend of Town fla" (l('but February 3. MiJ - s Grescoe will be heard in the last j .s)ration JJnvpmhpr 18.10. A THE Icelandic Singer? (Korlakor Reyk.iavikur). ! will give two concerts at the I Auditorium, Monday and i Tuesday, November 18 and 1 19, under auspices of the Celebrity I concert series. I This famous choir, conducted b ! Sigurdur Thordarscm, Is now toui - ; lug the U.S. on its first visit to tin North American continent. Winnipeg is the only city In Canada which the choir will visit, as theii limited tour of eight weeks pre iiiiicn.iaii, ... a l ,i i : two movements of the Mendelssohn Concerto, with orchestral sup ort.l eerily ear: 'i vices a: d condf ; I the ment - The rest of the program will be as follows: Overture to Die Klodermaus, Born In South Wales, he came to ": 0 ')C1 fo' mr?''c,'nr J h '; ;' :t ; 2 Strauss; Symphony in B minor (Unfinished), Schubart; tx:crp;s lrom on December 26, 1936. The newlyi ..... ,...... ,..t. nnn re - organized orchestra will cele - r"' n,,u "....,.. nm ,us.v,vlln..,, vi brate its 10th Anniversary on thecert0 Grosso, Corelli, and Finlandla, tone poem by S.belius. Frank same date this year with a festival iThorolf son will conduct. concert. Mr. Rignold says that the or chestra has a personnel of 73 musicians, all virtuosi, many being rciugees. Almost every nationality is represented in the ranks, in - clud ng Arabs. There are five Stra - divprius violins among the en semble ir ft r ,.'"; ' , I Vronsky - Babin Io Give Public Recital Nov, 12 A public recital by the celebrated Russian duo - piani.sts, Vitya Vron - sky and Victor Babin, will be presented Tuesday evening November 12 in the Playhouse theatre by the Women's Musical club. The event it being held to aid the club's scholar, shin trust fund The Babins have appeared in Winnipeg twice before and created J f I a veritable sem - ation. They havo ix NAVY SHOW: The Rojal Ctn performed hefore the Women's i a a; or, N'c nrvii shnu - Mnol I vents other Canadian points from i the vocal and piano recital Wed - hearing them. Manager rrert M. nesnv Gee reports that large parties of music - lovers. are coming to Winnipeg lrom distant town in Saskatchewan and Manitoba for this event. Of all the great male choirs in Iceland, the Kaiiakor Reykjavikur is the most famous and has toured with brilliant success throughout the European continent, the Scandinavian countries and Scotland. Appearing ir Washington, October 9, the Evening Star reported as follows in reviewing the concert: "The Icelandic Singers, making their local al cepticm vanished from our lives, crowded out by films, juke boxes, and the radio. Trinity College Exams December 7 The regular mid - winter theory examinations in music and elocution (paper work) conducted by - Trinity College of Music. London, will be . held throughout the Dominion on Satuiday, December 7. and will be conducted here simultaneously w - ith other centres. Entries will be receivil by the local secretary up to November 10. Diplomas and certificates won the Navy, which utrs(ully tour - uuiuaie.s in me June examina. ed Canada before going overser.s, "orf W1" presented at a returned to Winnipeg Friday to the istudents' recital to be held Satur - Metropolitan theatre as pleasant jday afternoon. November 23, at 3 musical filmftre with the original IP1", in Grace church lecture hall. hospital near his station. They cast. An unusual and haunting Past graduates and n!l who are played often for the American G.I.'s. number in the film is Remember - 1 interested in the work of the Coi - With ending of the war, they re - !ance, sung by Oscar Natike, bass, ! lege are cordially Invited, sumed their concert appearances. which has been r.dded to the show I ' ' for the movie version. It is from ronemnororv CUU the opera. La Sonnambula by Be! - 1 V - Onremporary V.IUD lini, but, through the magic of Paul Manitoba's Cultural Isolation Du Pont's setting and the techni - .will be the topic of the address color camera, It has been trans - Sunday evening when the Contem - formed Into a song story of a long - iporary Music club meets. Frann ing for Canada. iThorolfson will be speaker. p - r - Z y IN RECITAL .ians from fi.C. debut, gnv - a demon - of fine choral singing that I : lined the enthusiastic re - I - ZZ - thev received. Two excel - lent soloists, tenor and baritone, made a distinct impression in individual numbers." v The Times Herald critic, stated that the choir was "an interestin. - ( group, not because they practice their art with efficient technique and distinguished taste, as they do but rather because they represent i a true folk expression such as ha I v i I - l A U Two vounc musi - I I will be heard in Nov. 13 in Knox Unitef church hall. Jessie Carmichael i pianist - accompanist for the concert which is sponsored by tli M.R.M.T.A., Winnipeg branch. She is pictured above. Betty Thomas will be the vocalist. Male Choir Active The Swedish Male Voice choir has resumed rehearsals for the new season, with Arthur A. Anderson r conductor. The choir w'.U celebrate Sain Lucia on December 12, when the Norse people mark the traditional beginning of the Christmas festival. NOW IS INI TIME Tl OITAIN All CASH FOR TOUR HOUSE! CALL 95 266 liJ - ii:Hiiii.'.u:t"jM i riVlnf Chas. 57. Qro OPTOMETRIST 0 433 SOMERSET ELDG O Phone 98 874 Rei. 4fi R69I 3 BACKACHE MaybeYarninq Birkiche may be a stfiul your kidneys are Isilinf to filter excess icids and peuon - ous wastes from the system. Dedd's Kidney Pills help relier this condition, often the cause of backache, headache, rheumatic pains or disturbed rest. Dedd's contain essential eils and medicinal ingredients which ad directly on the kidneys and help them retain normal action. 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