The curtain rises on a stage set out with eight megaphones, each attached to a separate cabinet, containing one of the players. At the end of a selection the eight people appear and render a selection on the brasses. N. K. Cafforty, who did the announcing for the old art, if memory servos, contributes a baritone solo, and Ida Reiter, one of the musicians, gives an excellent trombone solo in "one." During these numbers the big "Immensaphone" is set in place and the battle piece is used as a whoop-hurrah finish.
It won the usual burst of solid applause.
Thew new arrangement gives a touch of variety and animation that the old act lacked, and the numbers have a fine musical quality.
Variety 6:5 (06/29/1907)