Delightful Interpreters of
The Music of The South Seas
HAUNTING, plaintive Hawaiian music is fea¬tured by Vierra's Hawaiians—singers and players, under the direction of Albert Vierra.
Vierra first appeared in this country at the San Francisco Exposition, where he and his company were accorded an enthusiastic reception.
Vierra is largely responsible for the subsequent popularity of Hawaiian music in the United States.
Vierra's Hawaiians bring to Lyceum audiences the real spirit of Hawaii and its enchanting music.
Mr. Vierra is a splendid baritone and ballad singer. His associates are equally popular as singers, and as players of Hawaiian instruments.
Typical Press Comment
"Vierra's Hawaiian players have a varied pro¬gram, for the most part descriptive of the crooning, haunting melodies of their native land. They were most enthusiastically received, and the thunderous applause recalled the performers to many encores. Many who heard the offering called it the best performance of Hawaiian music that they had ever heard."
—CHARLOTTE, N. C, OBSERVER.
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