Holden and Salisbury’s Troubadours

The woman has a strong, high soprano, and some of her notes stand out from the heavy male choruses with a considerable degree of brilliancy. The men handle their harmony nicely, and the military dressing is attractive.
A patriotic display at the finish brought applause.
Some new ideas in singing and harmony is the caption that describes the act on the program. The claim of novelty that this line indicates is probably the use of a woman's voice in the organization of six men. This arrangement is a happy one.
Variety 6:4 (06/21/1907)