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AUGUST 9, 1930

THE 8UMMR MICIIQAN DAILI

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AUGUST 9, 1930 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAIL PAGE- THRU

SCHOOL OF MUS'IC
EN6GGS PIANISTa
Joseph Brinkman, Pianist and
Composer, to join Faculty
in September.
WAS ORCHESTRA SOLOIST
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Joseph Brink-
man as a member of the University
School of Music piano faculty be-
ginning with the University year
in September. Mr. Brinkman is a
young American pianist who has
won wide recognition through his
numerous concert appearances and
as an orchestra soloist.
Mr. Brinkman was born in Du-
buque, Iowa and received most of
his musical education in Chicago
which has been his home for a
number of years. He made his de-
but there as soloist with the Chi-
cago Symphony Orchestra in 1924.
He has appeared with the Chicago
Symphony Orchestra several times
under the baton of Frederick Stock.,
He is also noted as a composer of
extraordinary ability. Among his
compositions is a Minuetto in an
attractive and effective modern
treatment of the old dance from
which as a piano piece possesses
beauty of distinctive type.
His brilliant success in concert
and orchestral appearances have
given added authority and interest
to his musical opinions and teach-
ing principles. His keen analysis
of technical and musical problems
have won for him a position of the
first rank in the field of instruc-
tion.
His first teacher was Adolf Kleine
and he later studied under Scion-
ti, Levy and Adolf Weidig, and more
recently has coached under Lee
Pattison. For a number of years
he was a member of the piano fac-
ulty of the American Conservatory
Chicago, but for the past several
years, on account of his extended
playing, he has maintained a pri-
vate studio. His professional de-
but took place with the Chicago
Symphony Orchestra December 5
and 6, 1924 when he played the
Liszt-Hungarian Fantasy. Since
that time he has appeared as so-
loist with the same organization
many times and has been associat-
IC-,AN C

Screen Reflections
MR. McLAGLEN,
THE BIG PANSY
At the Wuerth theatre: Victor Mc-
Laglen in "On the Level" with Fifi
d'Orsay and Lilyan Tashman. Also
the following short subjects: Fox
Movietone News; "Mickey's Sur-
prise"; and "The Dancing Bear."
Lilyan Tashman easily runs away:
with "On the Level," which sup-
posedly features Victor McLaglen
and Fifi d'Orsay. It's not much of a
picture, but she captures what
there is of it, playing the most in-
teresting adventuress role that this
jaded department has yet encount-
ered.
The plot is not unusual; the act-
ing is mediocre.
Victor McLaglen puts over his,
Lithuanian desires in a big way.
We have never liked his type of
work, although this is an improve-
ment. You may safely take Little
Willie to see it. We rate "On the
Level" at a D;. admitting, however,
that it is purely a matter of per-
sonal taste. P. M.
ed with Jacques Gordon in en-
semble work.
Mr. Brinkman's engagement as a
member of the piano staff of the
School of Music, brings the number
of distinguished newcomers to that
faculty up to four, the others be-
ing Professor Wassily Besekirsky,
violin, Professor Arthur Hackett,
voice, and Assistant Professor Lau-
ra Littlefield, voice.
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