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May 12, 1922 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

N BOOK

The book will be placed on sale at
the last baseball game of the season
and will be sold during Commence-
ment week.
FESTIVAL NOTES

R IN

adapted to the words of this writer's
"La Vita Nuova."
The May Festival programs this
year have been worked up by Mr.
Moore in collaboration with Frederick'
Stock, of the Chicago Symphony or-
chestra. They have necessitated a
huge amount of work, especially with
relation to the choral works used, due
to the differences in editions as used
by the orchestra, chorus and solo-
isti. t
Mr. Moore is a Michigan man. He'
spent his early life at Lansing and

upon graduation from high school:
came to the University of Michigan,.,re-1
ceiving his A. B. degree .in 1911. Dur-
ing his period in the literary college,9
he also did intensive work on . the
organ and was graduated from the
School of Music., Later he did work
in theory and other advanced music
and took his master's degree in music.
He has also studied several seasons in
Paris and other Euorpean music cen-+
ters.
His work on the campus is well-
known, for in addition to his positions

as head- of the organ department of
the School, of Music and as Univer-
sity organist,- he has been. identified
for many years with the Michigan
Union opera, writing two or three
himself, and helping each year..
In the Choral Union field, Mr. Moore
acted as assistant and conductor under
Dr. A. A. Stanley, former director of
the School of Music, until that musi-
cian's retirement, when Mr. Moore
succeeded to the position of acting
conductor, pending the appointment of
the new director of the school.

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s athletic ac-. Earl V. Moore, Acting Conductor
a book which To Earl V. Moore, acting conductor
Athletic asso- of the Choral Union, more than to any
Fith the intra- other man, will go to the credit for the
book is under success of the chorus work in this
liam H. Mer- year's May Festival. He has been re-
manager,. and hearsing the Choral Union ever since
re acting as the beginning of the present school
usiness man- year, in the three difficult chorus
works planned for the various Festival
in 86 cuts of programs, and now is doubling his ef-
t ball, basket- forts to put a finish of the highest
I every recog- quality on his work.
t on the cam- He will personally direct the per-
in the book. formance of Wolf-Ferrari's "La Vita
e recognition, Nuova" at the Thursday evening con-
of every cam- cert. At this time the Chicago Sym-
phony orchestra, his chorus of 800
aterial for the voices and Adele Parkhurst, soprano,
aliy collected, and Reinald Werrenrath, baritone, will,
e been made. be under the direction of his baton.
ss Friday and "La Vita Nuova," aside from being
it June 1. It given for its musical merits, has been
,s Chimes and chosen to commemorate the 600th an-
n addition to niversary of the great Italian poet,
Dante, and Wolf-Ferrari's music is

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Mario Cbamlee

Cyrena Van Gordon

ANN ARBOR MAY FESTIVAL
FOUR DAYS-MAY 17, 18, 19, 20-SIX CONCERTS

Ana-bonum!

TICKETS FOR

INDIVIDUAL CONCERTS

MAGINE the agony of the old oaken
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Iot so good!
Today-bonus or not-you college vet-
rans will not decline a good thing. Will-
ims' Shaving Cream does away with all tense
xpressions and puts you in the right mood.
That rich white lather that stays rich
nd thick, softens whisker resistance and
educes razor action to
pleasant painless purr.
Villiams' Shaving Soaps
lave been a tradition
mong college men for

ON

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AT SCHOOL OF MUSIC
$1.00 - $1.50

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mr Bowen Frederick Stock Earl V. Moore

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One of the best movies of the year
AND
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ON THE STAGE

THERE ARE A THOUSAND WAYS OF GET-
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ARE WOMEN - --- and Charley Reilly Knew

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