The HUSSAR QVARTET
The Hussar Quartet
ROBERT MERTEN—First Tenor and Euphonium
HERALD P. COOK—Second Tenor and Slide Trombone
RALPH BRAINARD—Baritone, Cornet and Impersonator
WILLIAM F. TROST—Bass, Mellaphone and Piano
The Hussar Quartet is not only a singing organization but a brass quartet as well, and their work is not confined to the ensemble alone but includes both vocal and instrumental solos. The members are also clever in action, songs and sketches.
In Hussar Costumes
As the name Hussar indicates, the program of this company echoes the life, the vigor and the dash of the German soldier. The military uniforms are of the Hussar type and decidedly becoming and full of splendor.
In the program there is also an informal recital of some of the classics, presented in evening dress, as well as a fifteen minute suggestion of American college life, given with the action and in the garb of the athletic field.
No Tiresome Waits
At times rollicking songs and stories are introduced. The members of this quartet are ambitious, manly and musical fellows with all the enthusiasm necessary to present a program in which there are no tiresome waits.
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