IA Qreat American Teacher.
f Madame Gardner-Bartlett, who gave a highly success¬ ful recital at iEolian Hall on May 27, is better known , throughout America as a concert vocalist and a I teacher of singing than here. The late Mme. Nordica wrote, regarding her : " I am absolutely delighted with Mme. Gardner*Bartlett's superb singing. She possesses a magnificent voice of extensive compass. Her enunciation is perfect and she sings with faultless expression. Mme. Gardner-Bartlett is a most delightful and sympathetic artist, and is entitled to a prominent position in the musi¬ cal world." When the celebrated prima donna lost her voice, a few years ago, she placed herself in the hands of Mme. Gardner-Bartlett, who completely resuscitated her vocal power, enabling her to resume her professional career and to make two sensational appearances in Lon¬ don. Mme. Gardner-Bartlett proposes remaining in Lon¬ don for some time, having already secured a large num¬ ber of American pupils, attracted by her great reputation in the L'^nitcd .States.