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________THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH ", 1924

O9GRAM CHOSEN
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Thursday Evening
Soloists: Claire Dux, soprano; Syl-
via Lent, violinist; Royal Dadmun,'
baritone; the University Choral union,
the Chicano Symphony orchestraCO-
ductors : Earl V. Moore, Frederick
Stock.
Overture, "A Pilgrims'
Visin ............ ..Carpenter
Aria, "Bel dliessen schonen1
:Augen.......... ....Mozart
(Witl-h obligato for double bass)
Claire Dux
Symiphonic Poem, 'TPastor~le
d'Ete......... ....one gger4
Concerto in G minor for
violin............... Bruch
Sylvia Lentk
Intermission.
"Sea Drift" for baritone solo,i
chorus and orchestra ....... Delius
(First time in ,America)
Songs with orchestra.
Mine. Dux
Selections from "Em minor Mass"
............... Bach
(a) "Crufixus"'
(b) "Resurrexit"'
(c) "Qui tollis"
(d) "Sanctus"E
Friday Afternoon
Soloists:- Alberto Salvi, harpist;
Children's Festival chorus. George
Oscar Bowen, conductor.
Songs
Chidren's, chorus
Impromptu .............. Schuecker
(b) The Fountain ........... Debussy,
(c) Spanish Dance........ .Tedeschi
Alberto Salvi
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Fantasie Impromptu..,....Chopin
Italian Serenade ......... SalId
Scherzo................ Salvi
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Childrens chorus
Friday Eenng
Soloists: Sophie Braslau, contralto; 1
Tita Schipa, tenor; Chicago Symphony
orchestra Frederick Stock, conductor.
Overture "Bohemia".......... Hadley
Recitative and Ara "erechter Gott"
from Rienzi.......Wagner
Sophie. Braslau
Selections from Suite No. 2......
................Milhaud1
Aria "M'alpari" from -'Martha" ...
Tito Schia .Flto
Chorengraphic Poem "La Valse"
Songs Wi1COrche~tra..=,MU3sslia 81
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(b) T' Classicst
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(d) ns tf the D~n
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M1as )3xasia
Two Transcri'ptions for rchestra. i
(a) "Moll1y' on =the Shore"
.............. ..raingei;
(b) "Th e Irsh=Waherwomian" :
. ........Sowerbye
Aria "O4 s Song" from. "Esther"
.............Massenet
Mr. Schipa,
Slavonic Dances. ,.. ........ Dvorak
Saturday fternaono
Soloists: Harold Bauer, pianist;
Chicago Symphony orchestra, Fred-
crick Stock, -conductor.
Overture ' Coccaigne" .... .....Elgar
A London Symphony ...... Williams
Lento 6 allegro resoluto; lento;'
Scherzo; andante-allegro; epilogue.}
Intermission
(Concerto for Pianoforte, No. 5, E
flat major..............Beethovn
Harod Bauer
Saturday Evenig
Soloists: Dlusolina Giannini so-
pianio; Forrest Lamont, tenor; Vicente
Blaester, baritone; Cesare Barpxeo,
(Chase Sikes), bass; University Choral
union; Chicago Symphony orchestra
Conductors: IEar V. Moore, Frederick!
Stock.
Introduction and Hymn to the Sun
from "Iris".......Masagni
"La Primavera" (Springtime) ....
.........Respighi
A lyric] poemn for soloists, chorus.
orchestra and organ, (first time in
America)
+ Intermission
Excerpts from Operas......... Verdi
Soloists and Chorus
Washington, Mar. 6. - The bill to
give Porto Rico the right to eect its
Own governor was reported favoraltly
today by the house insular commit-
tee by a vote of 13 to 5.
President Marion L. Burton will ap-
pear before the annual banquet of the
Alumni club 'of Buffalo, Monday, in.
that city.
SE. i Ik-P()SIATIQ~N'4FOR 1
Studets to work in the interest of
Riteligious Education in the Hioe and "
to Dist ribute Religious Literature.
efinite guarantee..of a liberal amount,
with opportunity of ,earning ;several
talus as much. Last summer severalI
,tudets earned over $1,000 during va-
ration. No capital nor experience
necessary. Also opportunity to travel
and appoint representatives. Write
for full particulars and organization
plan at once. U nveral Bible House,!
College liept., -1010 Arch St., Phia-9
deipli a. 1

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