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May 29, 1893 - Image 1

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VOL. III.-NO. 1;73.
The Choral Union Will Sing Lohen-
Ltrio. Wagner's Most Diffi-
cult Work.
Thie Choral Union series, whsich
roasts to a close willsthist cosrert,
isas been remarkably sssccessful froas
tIery point o0viess. In anounacing
tt o A lnerfoirtchsess'y eren in
lieCisoisiheIlast.005 isw115 1
1nconceivable th sit chrs'rgan-
izeiln 01 bs5 o5 teChra In
on ssit~tlh ag c cis the sesen
bersip each yashousld hIave
Ieveeloperd wcatlmig1st he called
o sos ss'ucssfficisnt for the perforim-
ante of sch uncommonly cdifficsilt
musi:c as is containedi in list store of
Lohengrin. Thse program for thse
concert inscludres insbers whichs are
more popuelar in character than those
gieen hy Anton Seidli. Thse Rienei
Overture is a brilliant concert tnsm-
her, antd does not reveal tse Wagner
of later years. Neither does thse
tiusic ssfltst Flying Dutchmnsi as a
swhole girtensich indication of thse
enorisous tdevelopmnat of thsis
peculiar systenm which is intro-
duscesd to a linitd extent ini this
opera. 1TIs Spinning Chorus is an
estahlisshedlfasvorite.I lie Ballarde
is a swonderfully dlescriptive pete of
comsposition, in iswhichs tihestory of
ltesdooissesanian is strikingly re-
latesd. Tse duet hetwseen Lenta and
steDsitcisaaissvery heautisil,snd
fssil to thse hriis (as aie all of thse
treceding numbsier s on the program) I
swithlmody.3Tse Prelude to ho-
hengrin, so delicate and etisestal it
dualitygisves Slit clesw to all thiat1
foiiosss5inthelirstiSartsof Lohenianiiu
In this act se folios e taccuised
IEisa iia ter pleasing to the Kiin
her i sioiniofis stsekngt inshsiing
mia-heri iresut anialsong015
ioyaidthiainkfiiiiess. Te issili
thsis act'is gorgeous, iramatscalitrlos
fli oirtutter, astlit t. geatcits
the1p1o1 resiiie.It is heaustifu iii ii
mselodiouls thrugihouit.Is it tie
chorits harenmiich to rio, aind the'
work of list Choral Unions cannot
fail to appear in hrilliant light, for
they hare never sitng any with filler
shading or msore dramatic power
tisan this music, which is so enor-
mouily difficult that only thirty-five
years ago it was rejected by some of
the leading opera directors of Eur-
ope as absolieley impostesiible. Besides
this act, the March to the Minister
(second act), the Introduction to
the third act, and the Bridal Chorus
will be given. The concert closes
with the Meister Singer vorspiel, by
the orchestra. Mrs. Bishop and Mr.
Mveyer are too well known here to
need any mention. Mr. Mills, of
the University School of Music, will


Pgscg+, Ttsur, CENTS.

matteliis first appearance here withs CORNELL TOMORROW.
list orchestra. His isost of friends
kuets that it wvill he a succerss i M Grand Excursion to Detroit to See
the Battle of Giants at
E. C. Toiwte, list enor, is these-0D . A. C. Parks. - I i Q
sessor of a phienomnial soiee (N '' .IV" FR,
Tribusne), and will sume-un An Ar- Ltnec snio fa/oset"'-<~ ''I -
Isor for tie firs tiiie, at this conctr stiCrsl ie tesasi i lIPo5T -C:R
I iiiiaan t~nsro -iVls; nsn, ever'y loyal 1Mitl iais seart.NI) ~s EROIT, MICH.
Mitiss in --si Winspaciebei o h
had011 .1n~(ta 'it -'sI'sl'nrn'n ii(iiiisaehar ocr natg 4
proposrtionliof 'iseo j lc il re s)rsi tam tha cii),vn. frtht
filictti s 5' s forthertem11I t o lel illslte teats pa
prophcy o rspi esresl falsIiss -, s va .c ttdtlostly, anssiestisiates .
Ric a haM apcuirtacly Io aire isasilton its -ahi1tyto copie swithi I.
weining" s'henit it 'ssnecessary.' Atsetastesriateans, Corisell's recordist l e nsiesel'nn'iliiosre
Misnota they hid alnmost lithliii follosedts i th ilscast aisci ope ist 1 e f t $5So e"; aI t l 50Cito5ii $1niitipair tess
to platyIfishiss at Mlldisois hotsanti falls actordmats as slitloseso
glosy andtihlstpenisassiwere atstsakeeswisi Lttle can he delerosined,
aisdrichit Isobltdid shety ieet lteihoweverfrosishsletrecords, U
occasios. Cornell, for esansple defet sed U. of 101, 183-185 WO OiiilAiiO A s,
Esttti isfsnhtfraP hssao,5s~U fP rDEhTROIT, - - MICIIIGA3N.
EeyhnwafaoalfoaP.tisesn5-;UOf.deDERIgood gaean Fullsn ne otthousand foaled Princiton, stwhie Cornell i
patople sent on tine field, including her turn host to Princeton. 9ti1hu-non Straight Qit.
Prtsident Adans, ex-Secresary Vilas Tonmorrosw's gaunt sill he cipec- CIGARETTES.
asnd U. S.Senator Staoonner. ially interestinig to Michigan mnigri Sstu h
For the U. of liM., 1rognan insthat iso lout Slit first ganestoI are ilngeoIsay a lutie
Sn orethnS the price
itichsenda steadyy anseShields nmade Cornellsnnsder nutsssisaltstore inscharged for the nriri
ise catchs 515deep cester,toosr lean.m BRANDersuprort
SitzherJfe in rlfrr irooust doiuht tisese rulcsscwee not lte wnesThe Rcmn Srih
a etei hedCrasor mde.u7- saeteylaresiadfrnthbighat-
nibatiu ouhie ipiat'at a critical onlyt'causse for our ndefeat, yet mno nold dIlctl lv odsaran n in 'srgisis. Thuis nis e osd
poinst of lteant Spatrlityandtinki our cisanscesare nmoe I andignnal Brsndsoc Straight OCunt Csiles
iIdro' t50 nled St hattinig, Shsulteled es-en unnder tintnemccodt. 0hewaeo mttos imnameseowiinis n eNerydae . t
is hs hs nIon lins. Foot- Cornatil's ninains stat'rShuts season 'T f& GItlinwwh 01'.,
ing uis tecompsetis osore': has heens Priest ii5t hox.. Thur ienc ees. - - Richon irinia.
-- _-_--- --- lotans's filiding is genserally good,
U._OFAl. __ hut as nmay he seens fromu the Hansvarnd
_ ttn OAEganme, ltst fieltd is liablr to get
.l~~rt, ;--------------- o rattled, asnd l tin' rs entirely to
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0111 at Itia iCorniellha is hbeenihreuSei
' 5 1' s n frouss V 'ihiaumis.
l~o tcu,1>--------------- 4 0 sT e house team -b n frs { r
iI class silape for ltesusie, Jeffenus i
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The Detroit Tribune contained a
full writeup of the University track
team, yesterday, with cut of Man-
ager Hult.

game of She year, and aided hy tht
cheers of enthusiastic U. of lTIt. menj
will strain every nerve to win.
Special train will leave SI'S.C.
depot for Detroit at 10 a. nm. return-
ing will leave Detroit at 6 and 12
p. m.
Following is the batting order for
the game: Hanlon, 2 b; Spitzer, a.
a; Smelzer, r. f; Shield, c. f; Rich,
3 b; Crawford, c; Jefieris, reb
Russell, I. f; Krogman, p.


55 W. F'OEOT ST.,
Detroit, Michika l.

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