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April 17, 1923 - Image 2

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II AHO MOOUINS
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ally. Schumanns richly poetic
ingsnacht" found such faivorE
[e and'ence that Madame Cie-r
epeated it, while t.he delicately
t " Vilehen" of Cornelius was_..
y received. 1Mendelssohn's "On1
of Song" and ijszt's Lieble- 1
No. 3 the later disguised' as
oSo Lang Du Lieoen Kaxiust" j
yore f n!iliar. Tho Lisztl, which?
ily a mere sentimental effu-
[adame Clemnens sang with im-
e restraint and rare lyric
Above all, however, stood her
rendition of ".Die. Allmacit'.
vas sung last night, with suich
g emotional depth and such'
sexaltation, one could rea dily,
in Liszt's opinon that "le pl'Iw
oe musicien oni vivait jamais"!

Gers an.d four weeks of performances of the company is pronounced nearly
were accordingly arranged at the; per fect. henry T'. Finek recently de-
Mlanhatten Opera houlse in Neow Iork:. dared tht Edouard Mloerioke and Er-
Tihere the success of l;th Wagner~an es-t Knchi, the ,conductors, are ach iev-
Singer"s s oconspYiculous tha2 theIr"1 ;;n 'rCuilIus results with the large
four' CiS -'1Ci weR'nagmntwS lgh?1- orche2stral, while Pitts Sanborn wrote
cuied to seve(n wekeach perform- +that hie had never before witnegsed a
ance beinig attended by1)'%c;).ac'ty aud(i- "li e 'Meistersinger' for which so few
fnCesexib)itling u1rre.stra.ined(1nti.- allowan1"CES had( to be made. W. J. Hen-
asrn. All th e repviqw ers ggr, ;d in dor i enarked that thei operas w6~
priigthe voicceso !;Jh ingers0as' I Fiven'w-th-uncommonly high excel-
,is AS~ isenCI, l inric'"1 Knote and I lence."
F redecriCh SI ogr,2' wL~ the oCS~nsem9 Prices for the operas are $1 to $4

a 1.+~ 1V11% . jLN lriA asA
for the mnatinees and $1 to $5 for the receivedl. The mlaagemenP.t report
evening performances. Tickets are on that the sale is alreadyT far advanced
sale at Grinnell's Music House in De- and "standing room only" is Probable
troit and mail orders are also being before the fist performance.
ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY
"LTE WAGNERIAN FESTIVAL PERA E
_ ~ORCHESTRAH-ALL-DETRQIT
Sunday, April 29th-Matinee---"Hansel and Gretel"
---Evening "Meistersinger"-
Monday, April 30th-"Tannhauser"a
+ Tuesday, May Ist- Lohengrin"-
Wednesday, May 2nd-"Tristan and. Isolde" (Matince)
Tickets at Grinnells-Detroit
4rn
P'RICES
Evenings-$1.00-$2.00-$2.50-$3.00-$4.00O$ 5.00
Matinee-$1.00-to-$4.00,
Mail orders for seats may be sent to Grinnell Brothers, Detroit.
Such orders will be filled in the order in which received.

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written tne noblest song ever
iposed.
fr. Gabrilowitselh's accompaniwments
e faultless, remarkable for their:
rve and modesty dualities whichi
er disguised the master pianist,
ertheless. Madame Cleme.n's ?mus-
1art is a fitting complement to that I
tier famous husband. Tier next ro -
il will consist principally ofsng
Brahms in the interpretation of
ich she has no superior.
Wagmnetia pea etia
oo musical evenit in recent years hats I
n so unanimously and Enthusi"L35a~ti-{
y acclaimed by New York, critic:-s
Llie performances of the Wagneriani
ra vestival which opens a DOtroift
;agenient Sundiay, April 29, in Or-s
!stra hall. hive op eras arc schedl-
d by the comphany which inclu(Ins
ny of the leading singers of Eu-
e,. an orchestra of 75 and a large
)rus.
Tumperdinek's "Haensel and MrO-
' will open the engagement at the
iday matinee, April 29, and il
followed Sundiay evening by Tag-
's "Die 1leistersinge'r". Moind y
,ing, Wagner' "Tatnsbaeuser" is
'ed, followed by " Lohengdn" Tues-'
revening andl "Tristan und ol"
dnesday afternoon.
he Company arriv d in Ja ni ary"
n merlin. Their first engageei-ent
Baltimore wvas a triunr ant suc -

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