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A Fine Concert

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A concert will be given December 12, 1895, in the Inland League conrse, at Chiirch of Christ, under the direction of Prof. Francis L. York, A. M., of Detroit, assisted by Miss Jessie Corlette, soprano, Mr. Herman Brueckner, violiiiist, and Mr. Alfred Huffman, 'cellist. Prof. York is too well known to need extended notice. He will bave the assistance of some of the most eminen t musicians of Detroit. Mr. Brneokner, violmist, fatber was for inany years musical director for the Royal ■Conrfc iu Eifurt, Gfirmany, is a pupil of Eappoldi, the celebrared Germán violinist. Mr. Brueckuer came to America as the soloist of the Detroit Philhavraonic Club and he was at once engaged as director of the Abriou Singing I Society, aud has since become dircetor of the mnsic school of the Germán American seminary in Detroit. Mr. Alfred Jloffman, 'cellist, is well known, having studied in the Polytecbnio School in Dresden, and the Royal Conservatory at the same place and tinder the guidance of the famous 'cellist, Prof. Grutzmacher. Mis, Jessie Corlette has been considered one of the foremost sopranos in Detroit, singing in some of the large churches in that city. She has also fnlfilled many concert engagements, winning an enviable name in every case. "It remained furMiss Jeesie Corlette to move the andience to tnmultuous applause last night. She saug Gilchirst's intensely dramatic 'Heart's Dehght' and received an ovation." - Detroit Tribune. "Miss Corlette has au excellennt voice aud her arias were beautiful. Her voico is so full of melody and her delivery so artistic that it is always a


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