A Pleasant Surprise for the Audience '- Poster Concert Concert in the Flute - 1930s.
Soon a large concert will be given in the flute by the artist Mr. Yehuda Harrison, the student of the greatest professor in Europe, Jacques Van Leer, the other details in special ads. "
Size: 35 * 28 cm.
Condition ; Very Good, folding marks, few stains.
Yehuda Harrison [1898-1948] As a child, he discovered musical talent and the lack of music schools in those days he studied his own instruments with wind instruments, and reached a considerable level. After the British occupation and with the establishment of the police, he entered her service and joined the Rishonim and the police orchestra in Jerusalem. Where he continued to study music, studied for six years at the Vienna Academy of Music and returned as a certified musician. He also composed Oriental works and played them successfully. In his musical work he was unable to support himself and he had to return to the police orchestra. When the members of the orchestra were recruited for guard services during the 1936 riots, he also fulfilled his duties faithfully and devotedly to guard services in the Old City.
He fell in the War of Independence. Upon his return from duty in the Russian Compound, he was seriously wounded by a shell that fell near him and died in the hospital. He was buried in Sheikh Bader Aleph. In 1950 he was laid to rest in the military cemetery at Mount Herzl in Jerusalem.