National Geographic : 1923 Aug
The Victrola and the great bands of the world Summer-time is band time. Hundreds of bands are delighting millions of people at the parks and seashore play grounds of the nations. Here, Sousa's Band, Pryor's Band, and Captain Santelmann with the United States Marine Band; in England, the Band of H. M . Coldstream Guards; in France, the Garde Republicaine Band; in Italy, the Banda Municipale of Milan; in Spain, the Banda de Alabarderos; in Brazil, the Banda do Corpo de Bombeiros; in Mexico, the Police Band of Mexico City. To record and reproduce the soul-stirring music of a military band is a matter of the greatest difficulty, but with Victor Records played on the Victrola you miss none of the thrills you would get in attending the concerts by these famous bands. Records by all of these great bands are listed in the Victor Record Catalogs and are on sale by thousands of dealers who will gladly play them for you. You may enjoy them in your Victrola No. 80 home and whenever you choose. $100 Mahogany or walnut We especially recommend Stars and Stripes Forever-March Sousa's Band 35709 $1.25 Golden Star (A Memorial March) Sousas Band 35709 $1.25 National Emle mMarch Arthur Pryor's Band 17957 .75 Marche urque-Patrol U. S. Marine Band 18894 .75 The Messenger-March Vespri Siciliana-Ballet Selection 1 Band of H. M . 135434 1. Vespri Siciliana-Selection 1 Coldstream Guards 3434 1.25 Princesse Mignonne Garde Republicaine Band 67266 .75 Amoureuse-Vals Banda Municipale of Milan 65846 .75 Paquetita-Vals Banda do Corpo de Bombeiros 69236 .75 Minuet (Military Symphony) Banda de Alabarderos 62660 .75 Semiramide Overture Police Band of Mexico 35167 1.25 Victrola No. 215 $150 Mahogany or walnut dSVictro1a Lookunderthe lid and onthe labels for theseVictor trade-marks Victor Talking Machine Company, Camden.N.J.