YOUTH, VOICE, PERSONALITY, APPEARANCE, ABILITY
The Artist Quartette
HEATHE GREGORY Bass
ROSE FALLON Contralto
HAZEL EDEN MUDGE Soprano
WORTHE FAULKNER Tenor
Presenting Standard Song Cycles in Costume, with Dramatic Action, and a
large repertoire of miscellaneous quartettes, sacred and secular
HAZEL EDEN MUDGE SOPRANO
Mrs. Mudge is one of the most talented of the city's younger singers. Her voice is of unusual power, brilliant in timbre, vital and sympathetic, and full of many delightful and unexpected shades and inflections.—
Mrs. Mudge came from England, where she held an enviable position in music circles. She has a voice of wide range, and possesses to a high degree the artistic temperament, giving color to her musical interpretations.—
ROSE FALLON CONTRALTO
God has given you a voice capable of melting to tears the heart of a Nero. The world needs that voice, and you must give it to the world.—
Mme. Ernestine Schumann-Heink.
In the Ave Maria from Handel's Largo, Miss Fallon at once gave evidence of a voice of unusual caliber. The quality is rich and sympathetic, and of much breadth and power.—
Rockford (ill.) Morning Star.
WORTHE FAULKNER TENOR
Mr. Faulkner's voice is of a robust tenor quality, peculiarly sweet and sympathetic, full and strong in volume and well adapted to concert and opera roles. A pleasing stage presence and thorough acquaintance with the requirements of the operatic and dramatic stage complete his equipment.—
St. Louis Republic.
Worthe Faulkner, who sang an aria from Sigurd, exhibited a beautiful, robust tenor voice of equal proportions throughout.—
HEATHE GREGORY BASS BARITONE
Heathe Gregory, who made a successful debut with the Maurice Grau Opera Company in Washington last week, repeated his success last night in the performance given here. He is the youngest singer in the Metropolitan forces, and probably the youngest grand opera singer known to the present stage.—
New York Mail and Express.
Mr. Heathe Gregory, the American singer, appeared before His Majesty King Edward VII. last night and was personally commended by His Majesty. Mr. Gregory has a wonderful bass voice and is a great acquisition.—
London (Eng.) Daily Express.
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