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M rln'Distinguished Concert Tenor
Soloist: Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Minneapolis.
Symphony Orchestra, St. Paul Symphony Orchestra,
Mendelssohn Club of Chicago, etc., etc.

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DvEI' CERoM "ROMEO AND JULIE," AcT IV... .. Gounod
MTSS ALLEN, AND -MRS. 1,fNOQUT'
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(a) JriuNFS EIIJ.TT s............8ths Century Bergereffe
(b) CONTMPL 1 .................. ....Widor
(C)L 14F5 MLL E rCADIX........................Delibes
MISS ALLENz
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(a) Mr iNiELIEBE 1ST GRLTN...... ............. .Brahms
(b) FrELDerrNSAMKrIT .. ................. ..Brahms
(C) BT sCTAFT................. ..............Brahms
MR. LlINDQUE:ST
ARTA: " Ii est doux, it est bon," from "1E-lerodiade". . Massenet
MISS ALN
ARTA :+ "Rodolfoj's Narrative," from "La Bl~oheme":. . . uccini
MR. LTNJ)QUEST
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(a) LONG AGO ... ...............Marschal-Loepke
(b) LIrELE~ PINK RosE ... ...........Carrie Jacobs-Bond
(C) GALLME (A SOUTHERN 'SERNADE) ........... ..Mokrejs
(d) Lov's EcHo ... . ......... ............Newton
MISS ALLErN
VIII
(a) I'LL. SIem THEE SONGS Ov AABy ..... ....... ....Clair
(b) DEAREST .... ,..................Sidney Homer
(C) MAMMY'S SONG .. . ....... .........Harriet Ware
(di) THEt LAM-1O1 ovE.;ur......... ......Mlary Turner Salter
Mx. Li NDQUES'I
VIII
DUEtT: Act I, "Madam Butterfly"... .... ....Puccini
MISS ALLEN AND) MR. ,INDQUrST

ALLItEN, whose Wonderful su~ccess on both the operatic and, concert stage is well
Am erican music lovers, attracted the attention of the musical world in i909,
;er a. year's study, her remarkable voice and dramatic ability brought her the, op-
to make her debut as "Juliet" in "Romeo and Juliet," at the Auditorium Theatre
o with the Chicago Operatic Company. Since that time she has sung at hundreds
tif and operatic performances throughout the United States and Canada, and the
Vl cs are unanimous in declaring her to be a distinguished singer with a beautiful
1ne has made over sixty appearances, with the great Symphony Orchestra of, Minne-
1d was, ,previous to going abroad, soloist at the fashionable Oak Park Presbyterian
f Chicago. The Chicago journal says "She is a wonderful young singer with a
voice and a remarkable personality. "

MR. LINDQUJEST, whose phenomenal rise. to fame has been 'a series of one success,
after another, was discovered to have a remarkable tenor voice three years ago, when a
sophomore at the University of Chicago. He immediately started serious voice study, and
after a year's work was selected from all the Chicago tenors to sing the leading role in an
operatic pageant called "Darkness ,and Light,," which ran for five weeks at the Auditorium
Theatre in Chicago. At twenty-one he was the highest salaried church soloist in Chicago,
at the famous Sinai Temple. During the last two years he has been one of the most popular
concert artists, having sung at the great festivals and with the. great symphony orchestras
of the country. According to the Chicago Tribune, "He has won his place on the list of
great American tenors."

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