MR ARTHUR ALEXANDER. The second pianoforte recite] is to he given at Burns Hall on Thursday, at B.l’, and the attention of our country friends is directed thereto, as Mr has earned a reputation as one of the finest exponents of piano-playing. At hi". last recital given in London on October 21, 191«5, the London ‘Times’ reported as follows:—“ The programme which Mr Arthur Alexander offered at bis recital showed him to be a musician of '.vide sympathies. To play this programme at all an advanced technique; to play it in such a way that it sounds genuinely musical requires a high degree of intelligence. Mr Alexander has both. He played the Bach ‘Busoni Chaconne’ with a boldness equal to that of the arrange.”
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Star, Issue 15658, 24 November 1914
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