approx. 71 pages ; 13x10.5 inches inches
This issue of Wisdom magazine - the Magazine of Knowledge for all America - is dated, May 1937. Charles m. Courboin on the cover Issue at the great Wanamaker Organ in Philadelphia - published monthly by Theodore Presser Company of Philadelphia, Pa. at a cost of 25 cents an issue, at the time. Each issue offers fascinating pieces for the musical home, masterworks, outstanding vocal and instrumental novelties and delightful music pieces for children and educators. In this issue you get articles like, Music's part in Fighting Fear with Dr. George W. Crile, The Care of the Voice by Gertrud Wettergren, Bagpipes of Braemar by Nelson S. Bond, Mediocrity and Mastery by Eugenio di Pirani, "Ich Liebe Dich" An interview with the great Norwegians Composer's wife Fru Edvard Grieg, Music for the Marionette Theater by Verna Arvery, The Etude Historical Musical Portrait Series of some of the world's best-known musicians and more. The Junior Etude by Elizabeth that is filled with musical subject puzzles, games and mentions of awards. Music include A Wandering Sprite by H. L. Cramm, Sunrise by F.B. De Leone, Night Witchery by v. Renton, Waltz from op.39 by J. Brahms, Puppets Dance by D. Heins, Pansy Red by H. Locke, Indian March by K Bemsi-Wilson, Johnny Jump-Up by A Bennett. A great collection of music information and education is in this magazine. Filled with vintage advertising for the DePaul University School of Music Chicago, Cliff Haven School of Music New York, Peabody Conservatory Baltimore, Elliot Addressing Machines and plenty others.