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May 10, 1936 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1936-05-10

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THE ®MICHIGAN DAILY

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LEPL

and the

PHILADELPHIA

ORC HESTRA

Will Open the 43rd Annual

Wednesday, Ma y 13th, 8:30 P.M.
in a brilliant program of

WvAGNER-BAC H

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LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI, will lead the Philadelphia Orchestra.

Prelude to "THE MASTERSI NGERS"
Prelude to "LOHENGRIN"
"TRISTAN UN D I SOLDA" Love Music
- by Wagner

Toccatnara Fugue in D minor
Aria

Fugue in G minor
Come, Sweet Death
Passacag I is

-by BacH

EARL

V. MOORE will conduct the Philadelphia Orchestra

And the Choral Union

THURSDAY, MAY 14, at 8:30 P.M.

soloists:

JEANNETTE VREELAND

JULIUS HUEHN

KEITH FALKNER

PAUL ALTHOUSE PMECHITA
Program: CARACTACUS- Elgar

A Limited Number of Tickets for Single Con certs Still

I

Available at School

Of Music and Begining Wednesday Morning at HilAuditonium Box Office

FRi DAY, AFTERNOON, 2:30
PHI LADELPHIA ORCHESTRA
YOUNG PEOPLE'S FESTIVAL CHORUS
HAROLD BAITER, Pianist
SAUL CASTON and EARL V. MOORE, Conductors
Over (u re to " Russian and Ludmilla....... Glinka
Thc Children at Bethlehem ..............Pierne
A Mystery in Two Parts for Soli, Chorus of
Childen and Orchestra
C';n('(-to No. 5 in E flat for Piano and
Orcht':Gnu. ....................... Beethoven
HAROLD BAUER

rRIDAY EVENING, 8:30
THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHES~TRA
LILY PONS, Soprano
CHARLES O'CONNELL and SAUL CASTON,
Conductors
Overture to "Marriage o1f Pitaro.. . .. Mozart:
A rias, from "Magic. Plate'..............Mozart
Pamnina's Air
Queen of the Night
LILY PONS
Symphony No. 1 in C major Op. 21.,, Beethoven
Adagio molto - Allegro con brio
Andante cantabile con moto
Menuetto: Allegro molto e vivace; Trio
Finale: Adagio-Alleg ro mol to e vivace
Canope .............................
Minstrels............................

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, 2:30
THE PHILAD ELPIiA ORCHESTRA
I;FREM ZIMBAILIST, Violinist
LE{.POLD S'1OKOWttSKI, Canduactor
Symphony No. 1 in C minor ............ Brahms
Un po-o sostenuto ---- Allegro
Andanite sos-tenuto
Un pogo allegr'etto e t razioso
Adagio, pity andanie-Allegro non troppo, ma
Concerto in DIi minor for Violin and
Orcheshta.....................Sibel ius
Allegro moderato
Adagio di inolto
Allegro ma non tanito
EFI EM ZIMBALI.ST
The Bird of Fire .................... stravinslky

SATURDAY EVENING, 8:30
SOLOISTS
JEANNETTE VREELAND, Soprano
RUSE BAMVPION, Contralto
GIOVANNI MARTINELLI, Tenor
-KEITH- FALKNER, Bass
TUEF PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA,
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
PALMER CHRISTIAN, Organist
EARL V. MOORE, Conductor
"Manzoni Requiem".................. ,.. Verdi
For Soli, Chorus, Orchestra, and Organ

1. Requiem e Kyrif

e 4. Sanctus

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