THE EXHIBITION ORCHESTRA.
TO THB EDITOR. Sir,—l noticed in the Star of Wednesday evening a letter signed "Quaver," whose remarks re the Exhibition orchestra were very pertinent. He is quite right; a great many people are curious as to what is being done in the way of forming the band. A short time ago it was a vexed question, and all and sundry aired their vie .vs. Now the whole thing seems to have mysteriously sunk to rest, If there is to be an orchestra at all, why could not the Dunedin Orchestral Society be interviewed ? Judging by the manner in which they have lately given their concerts, I feel confident that they would do the best that could be done with the music under the circumstances. If they can so thoroughly satisfy the tastes of the music-loving portion of Dunedin, I daresay they would satisfy all who may go to hear the Exhibition concerts. The Music Committee would be saved a vast deal of trouble, at all events, by adopting the above suggestion.—l am, etc., Crochet. Dunedin, May 27.
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THE EXHIBITION ORCHESTRA., Evening Star, Issue 7917, 27 May 1889
THE EXHIBITION ORCHESTRA. Evening Star, Issue 7917, 27 May 1889
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