N revivals of rare songs with cello—a dozen delightful airs, old and new—three part chamber music in antique style.—
N. Y. Times.
Their program was interesting, quaint seventeenth and eighteenth century airs from old editions played for the first time.—
N. Y. Herald.
Voice and cello combined—blended agreeably.—
N. Y. Tribune.
Emphatically successful—audience of intelligent enthusiasm—worth while program.—
N. Y. Morning Telegraph.
Pictorial effect charming—essential refinement and reserved style made a delicate thing of Purcell and Arne. A graciousness of purpose and pleasant restraint tempered the mood of the family party.—
N. Y. Sun.
A recital with unusual features.—
N. Y. American.
As Mr. Mundy plays well and as Clytie Hine sings sweetly and correctly and as both are artists, no more could be asked.—
N. Y. Evening World.
There was real charm in numbers arranged for voice, cello and piano.—
N. Y. Evening Telegram.
ATTRACTIVE UNUSUAL INFORMATIVE
Briet Commentary During Program
For dates and terms apply DANIEL MAYER, Aeolian Hall, 33 West 42nd Street, N. Y. and JOHN MUNDY.
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