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    South Australia - Entertainment and the Arts


    Also see Adelaide - Entertainment and the Arts - Music.

    "New Music - Advance Australia" by Charles Barton of Tanunda and Mr Draeger, is in the Register, 31 August 1858, page 2e,
    4 September 1858, page 6h,
    "Another National Song" on
    27 October 1860, page 3c,
    a new "Song of Australia" on
    18 February 1871, page 7b.
    "The Gawler Prize Song" is in the Chronicle,
    29 October 1859, page 3a.
    (See Place Names - Gawler)
    "The Linger Memorial Concert" is in the Chronicle,
    12 September 1863, page 1g (supp.).
    Also see South Australia - Miscellany - Flags & Patriotic Songs.

    "The Song of Australia" is in the Register, 1 January 1887, page 5e.
    Photographs of a commemorative monument are in the Chronicle,
    25 June 1936, page 35.
    Information on Mrs Caroline Carleton and the Song of Australia is in the Register,
    28 December 1894, page 5h.
    Information on the fate of the original music score is in the Register,
    21 April 1906, page 6h.
    Further information on she and her family is in the Register,
    4 May 1928, pages 10-13f.
    Photographs of a commemorative monument are in the Chronicle
    25 June 1936, page 35.

    Information on musical instrument makers is in the Observer,
    3 December 1859, page 5h.

    The formation of a military band is reported in the Observer,
    13 October 1860, page 6f.

    "Colonial Music" is in the Observer,
    14 December 1861, page 8a.

    The publication of a composition titled "Corrobbero" by J.C. Hansen is discussed in the Observer,
    28 March 1868, page 4e.

    "Music in the Early Days" is in the Advertiser,
    30 September 1933, page 9c.

    "New World Music" is discussed in the Advertiser,
    1 September 1936 (special edition), page 68,
    "Music and the Drama" in the Register on
    27 July 1895, page 4f-7b,
    "Music, Shows and the Australian Public" on
    21 September 1895, page 4g.

    "The Art of Singing" is in the Register,
    5 November 1878, page 6a.

    "Shall We Teach Our Boys Music?" is in the Observer,
    22 February 1879, page 21d.

    "Cultivation of Music in Australia" is in the Observer,
    16 December 1882, page 24c,
    13 January 1883, page 43b.

    A lecture on music by Professor Ives at the University is in the Express,
    25 March 1885, page 5d.

    "An Adelaide Made Organ" is in the Observer,
    28 March 1885, page 38b.

    "Music in Australian Colonies" is in the Register,
    2 November 1886, page 4e.

    A cartoon on "our first music bachelor - T.H. Jones" is in The Lantern,
    21 December 1889, page 1.

    "Music and the Public" is in the Register,
    21 November 1896, page 4f.

    "Public Examinations in Music" is in the Register,
    30 November 1896, page 4g,
    7 December 1896, page 3f.

    "Rival Music Systems" is in the Register,
    24 September 1898, page 4f.

    Biographical details of Miss Meta Buring, singer, are in the Register,
    28 August 1899, page 5c.

    Biographical details of B. Treharne, piano-forte master at the Elder Conservatorium, are in the Observer,
    21 April 1900, page 16a.

    "Music and Morals" is in the Advertiser,
    2 July 1900, page 6e.

    Information on the singer, Mrs R.L. Huston (nee Florrie Fowler) is in the Observer,
    1 September 1900, page 32c.

    "The Coming of Melba" is in the Register,
    11, 12, 13, 14 and 17 November 1902, pages 4h, 6d, 4g-i-5b, 7f and 5c,
    27 January 1903, page 4d.

    An interview with Percy Grainger is reproduced in the Register,
    8 September 1903, page 7e,
    14 November 1908, page 7c,
    21 November 1908, page 52a,
    5 and 12 July 1924, pages 60b and 17c,
    2 August 1924, page 18d. "The Best Known South Australian" (Percy Grainger) appears on
    10 July 1926, page 5g; also see
    12 July 1926, page 12c.
    An obituary of Mrs Rose Grainger is in the Register,
    2 May 1922, page 4f.

    "Music in Australia" is in the Advertiser,
    22 March 1904, page 8a.

    Photographs of brass bands are in the Observer,
    31 January 1903, page 23.
    "The Bands Contest" is in the Register,
    24, 25, 26 and 27 April 1905, pages 3c, 3e, 5b and 3e.

    Biographical details of Brewster Jones, musician, are in the Register,
    13 December 1905, page 4i.

    "A South Australian Carol" is in the Register,
    27 December 1906, page 4e.
    Also see South Australia - The Colony - Christmas in SA.

    A photograph of "The Famous Kennedy Family" is in the The Critic,
    29 May 1907, page 9,
    8 June 1907, page 31.

    "The People and Music" is in the Register
    on 3 August 1907, pages 6e-7d.

    A photograph of members of the Adelaide Liedertafel is in the Observer,
    19 September 1908, page 34,
    18 November 1911, page 32,
    of Mr H.R. Holder's ladies part-singing choir on
    3 October 1908, page 30,
    of the Philharmonic Society on
    3 June 1911, page 30.

    A meeting of the Music Teachers' Association is reported in the Advertiser,
    5 April 1909, page 8g; also see
    10 June 1909, page 10d.
    Music teaching is the subject of diverse comment in the Register,
    10, 11 and 14 June 1909, pages 4d, 6c and 3i.

    "Australian Music" is in the Advertiser,
    26 October 1909, page 6c.

    Two photographs of winners of scholarships are in the Chronicle,
    16 April 1910, page 34.

    Information on Herr Mumme's school of music is in the Express,
    21 December 1911, page 3f.

    Information on The Thousand Voice Choir is in Express,
    27 September 1912, page 2e,
    The Critic,
    2 October 1918, page 16 (photograph),
    The News,
    23 August 1932, page 4f,
    The Mail,
    16 December 1933, page 18.
    "The Thousand Voices" is in the Advertiser,
    26 September 1927, page 20d,
    13 October 1937, page 22d.
    A photograph of a 1,000 voice choir is in the Observer,
    9 October 1915, page 28,
    29 September 1917, page 25,
    30 September 1922, page 27,
    29 September 1923, page 27.

    A Champion Cornetist, Mr Will May" is in The Mail,
    15 November 1913, page 4f,
    "A Progressive Musician - Mr F. Wheatley Bowering" on
    28 March 1914, page 9f,
    "An Artistic Organist - Mr Horace Weber, on
    25 April 1914, page 9b.

    "An Eminent Song-Writer - The Life of Mr Frederick Bevan" is in the Advertiser,
    31 January 1914, page 6f.

    "Making Musicians - Old Methods Impeached" is in The Mail,
    19 June 1915, page 2f.

    "A Lifetime in Music", information on Mr Charles Cawthorne, is in the Advertiser,
    17 November 1916, page 9c.

    "First Lady Doctor of Music in Australia" is in the Register,
    14 December 1918, page 5f.
    21 December 1918, page 11d.

    Information on a South Australian orchestra is in the Register,
    20 March 1920, page 9c,
    1 May 1920, page 8f,
    5 February 1921, page 6e,
    16 March 1921, page 1e.
    "A State Orchestra - Important Scheme Launched" is in the Advertiser,
    20 March 1920, page 11c; also see
    1 May 1920, page 9a,
    16 March 1921, page 12b,
    15 April 1922, page 11e,
    8 May 1922, page 8d.
    A photograph is in the Observer,
    14 June 1924.

    "Support for the South Australian Orchestra" is in the Advertiser,
    18 April 1929, page 12e; also see
    The News,
    6 April 1936, page 1f.

    "Music and Musicians" is in the Register on
    5 November 1918, page 6g,
    28 December 1918, page 4f,
    4, 11 and 18 January 1919, pages 9c, 4e and 5g,
    8, 15 and 22 February 1919, pages 4e, 10c and 10a,
    17 March 1919, page 8d,
    5 April 1919, page 4e.

    An obituary of the violionist, Miss Erica Chaplin, is in the Observer,
    4 November 1922, page 24c.

    "Music From the Ether" is in the Register on
    14 November 1923, page 13f,
    "The Pure Gold of Music" on
    5 July 1924, page 8e.

    Biographical details of W.H. Foote, conductor of the SA Orchestra, are in the Register,
    29 May 1925, page 10d.

    A photograph of music teachers is in the Observer,
    18 July 1925, page 38.

    An editorial on "Who Will Pay the Cost" of band music is in the Advertiser,
    10 June 1925, pages 8g-10c.

    "All South Australians - Original Compositions [Jean Duncan, H. Brewster Jones, J.L. Davey, Angelita Davis, Hugh King,
    Frank Lellmann, Evangeline Shanks, Frederick Bevan,
    Adelaide Primrose, Violet Callow and Jean Duncan]" is in the Register,
    30 July 1925, page 7d.

    Biographical details of Miss Faith F. Harvey are in the Register,
    2 February 1926, page 4d,
    of Stanley Baines, flautist, on
    26 May 1926, page 15d.

    "A Lover of Music", an obituary of Mr W.J. McBride, is in the Advertiser,
    24 May 1926, page 9c.

    "Music in South Australia", the reminiscences of I.G. Reimann, is in the Advertiser,
    8 June 1926, page 16f.

    "Adelaide's Premier Cellist - A Chat With Harold Parsons" is in ther Observer,
    19 March 1927, page 48c.

    "The Bach Society - 25 Years Old" is in the Advertiser,
    1 July 1927, page 15b.

    A mouth organ band is reported upon in The News,
    12 September 1927, page 8e.

    "Noted Violinist - Career of Mr H. Heinicke" is in The News,
    30 June 1928, page 4e.

    Information on "The News Orchestra" is in The News,
    10 July 1928, page 13e.

    "Beaten by Progress - Musicians Down and Out" is in The Mail,
    4 January 1930, page 3a.

    The origin of the SA Flute Club is reported in the Advertiser,
    29 November 1935, page 21a.

    "Let Us Get Away from the Jazz Mania" is in The News,
    21 February 1936, page 6d.

    "The Piano Comes Back to the Home" is in The News,
    6 April 1937, page 5,
    10 August 1937, page 5.

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