Radio Call 1944
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Media: DATA CD - 1 CD (486 pages)
Year: (1944) 2010
Publisher: Archive Digital Books Australasia
South Australia's only broadcasting newspaper ... "Radio Call" commenced during 1937. It covers news from the Adelaide Studios and a host of other topics including all things musical, theatrical, the week's radio programs, and lots of other news from Australia and overseas.
Played for Troops of Last War at Age of 12
TWENTY-FOUR years ago, Harold Standen was a member of a brass band that met every troop train arriving at Murray Bridge and entertained the returning troops at the station. Today, in the second world war, Harold devotes a good deal of his spare time playing in orchestras which are helping to entertain members of the forces stationed in South Australia. In addition, he is doing a lot of broadcasting, and is heard every week as percussionist in the 5KA studio orchestra.
South Australian-born Harold Standen has played all types of music-brass band, symphonic orchestra, early day jazz , and present day swing. In 1920 he was one of three drummers in this State who started to study and develop the technique of playing jazz....
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