1933 HIT SONG "STORMY WEATHER" A 1930s band plays the popular song "Stormy Weather" while the male vocalist accompanies the band on the piano. The 1933 hit was first sung by Ethel Waters at The Cotton Club night club in Harlem.
BRITISH MUSIC HALL ENTERTAINMENT - 1930S Music hall was a form of British theatrical entertainment featuring a mixture of popular song, comedy and speciality acts similar to American vaudeville. A performer sings while his partner accompanies him on a Bluthner piano. Audience members enjoy dinner and the show and another performer wears a feather boa and skirt as he performs a funny song.
Date: 1930s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:21:00, With Audio
COLLEGE FRATERNITY COMPETITION Groups of young men use sledge hammers to smash pianos into pieces and place those pieces through a small opening cut into a large piece of paper before putting them into a trash bin. A crowd looks on from the sidelines.
Date: 1960s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:55:00, No Audio
ELECTRIC CHIMES DEMONSTRATED An amazing musical instrument is tried out! It's an electric Carillon, consisting of tiny wires of various lengths which vibrate and are
amplified to create marvelous bell-like tones.
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