TED OAKLEY’S SCRAPBOOK

June 2003: Reviews from 1894/1895

BANJO WORLD

July 1894

WHAT THE "STAR" WRITES

MESSRS. Essex and Cammeyer’s banjo concert at the St. Martin’s Town Hall last night was one long series of encores. The amateur orchestra kept faultless time in waltz and polka, the celebrated Cammeyer string quartette evoked furious applause with an artistic minuet and a brilliant pizzicato, and Mr. Cammeyer’s masterly solos were given in his very best style. A newcomer, Mr Olley (sic.) Oakley, won golden opinions for his wonderful execution of Cammeyer’s "Danse Pantomime".

 

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