approx. 34 pages ; 9x12 inches
Subtitled: The First Music Magazine For Young People In America and published by Evans Brothers of Boston, Massachusetts, this magazine sold for 25 cents an issue, at the time. This issue offers: What Takes Place Between the Broadcasting Station and Your Radio Receiving Set?, Beethoven by E.M. Reed, Keyboard difficulties You Can Overcome by Elizabeth Callahan, The Lives of Great Musicians - Chopin, The Story of Der Freischutz by Enid Grundy, A Waltz Of The Little Dog by Chopin, Shakespeare To Order, Sheet music includes Mazurka, Op. 6, No. 4, by Frederic Chopin, A Little Chat Piano Duet by E. Markham Lee, The Preludes Of Chopin, A Hymn for Eastertide by H.B. Weaterdon. Great Painters and Music page shows Gaudenzio Ferrari's An Angel Concert. A great collection of educational information and learning in music. Two of the pages inside the magazine have some folds on the bottom that does not interfere with any text or print.