Program and Invitations for Recital by George Crook, Augustine Jaquillard, and Jeanne Brideson, Newspaper Clippings

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Title

Program and Invitations for Recital by George Crook, Augustine Jaquillard, and Jeanne Brideson, Newspaper Clippings

Description

A program and invitations for a recital by George Crook, Augustine Jaquillard, and Jeanne Brideson at the Music Center, and newspaper clippings, "Guest Artists Sunday, Miss Augustine Jaquillard, Jeanne Brideson," and "Prominent Artists At Music Center."

Date

1937-02-14

Creator

Edith McIntosh
unknown

Source

The Music Center Scrapbook. Private Collection.

Rights

May be subject to copyright restrictions.

Language

English

Type

text

Identifier

scrapbook_1_p032

Spatial Coverage

Rockville Centre, NY

Text

Guest Artists, Sunday
MISS AUGUSTINE JAQUILLARD
B4, JEANNE ESON
These musicians, and George Crook, organist, will be heard in an artists recital, Sunday afternoon under auspices of the Edith McIntosh studios, at the Music center, Hillside avenue, Rockville Centre. Miss Jaquillard, soprano, is well known as a concert solo-ist and has sung with a number of the leading symphony orches-tras. Jeanne Brideson, 13-year-old violinist, makes a limited num-ber of appearances each year. Critics have judged her playing as phenomenal, commenting on her unusual tone sense and fine feeling for cadence and quality. Mr. Crook will use the Ham-mond Electronic organ which is one of the recent acquisitions at the music center.
Prominent Artists At Music Center
The Edith 1'lcI!I osii Bch iol of Music will bring to the Music Cen-ter on Sunday afternoon at 3:0(1 o'clock several rominent artists, offering also t he opportunity to hear the new Hammond electronic organ under the most favorable conditions, including: George Crook, organist at the Wrest Park Presbyterian Church, New York; Augustine Jaquilla rd., soprano, prominently known on ti concert stage; Jeanne Brideson, id year old violinist, a child prodigy of amazing gifts, a pupil of Per-singer, the famous New York teacher of Men huin, Ricci 004 other nationally known artists. The recital is open to the public at a nelninal admission charge.
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presents
GEORGE CROOK, Organist AUGUSTINE JAQUILLARD, Soprano JEANNE BRIDESON, Violinist
Sonata No. 4
PROGRAM
ilendelssohn
Andante Religioso Allegretto
Mr. Crook
Prelude from The Cycle of Life . In the Silence of the Night . . . Miss Jaquillard
Polonaise Brilliante
Alt Wien
. Landon Ronald . Rachmaninoff
Wieniawski
Godowsky-Press Miss Brideson
Toccata and Fugue in D minor . Mr. Crook
The Last Hour Take Joy Home
Melody
Neapolitan Song
Miss Jaquillard Miss Brideson
Ronde Francaise Mr. Crook
. Bach
. Kramer . Bassett
Gluck Persinge

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Edith McIntosh and unknown, “Program and Invitations for Recital by George Crook, Augustine Jaquillard, and Jeanne Brideson, Newspaper Clippings,” Edith McIntosh School of Music Digital Scrapbook: A Community History Project, accessed July 27, 2017, http://edithsmusicrvc.com/items/show/233.