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UMS Concert Program, April 19th: Third Chamber Concert -- Dr. Louis Maas

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Day
19
Month
April
Year
1882
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Season: 1882-1883
Complete Series: XXVI
General Lecture Room

1882. XXVI. 1883.
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY.
A. WINCHELL, LL. D., PRESIDENT. C. B. CADY, MUSICAL DIRECTOR.
THIRD CHAMBER CONCERT
DR. LOUIS MAAS,
OIF BOSTO3ST, [Lale ProfeFsor of Piano at Leipzig Conservatory of Music.]
ASSISTED S"X"
MISS CAMILLA ALLARDT, of Port Huron, Soprano MR. 0. B. CADY. Accompanist.
GENERAL LECTURE ROOM, THURSDAY, APRIL 19TH, AT 8:15 P. M.
111'iiry F. Miller Grands arc used by Dr. Maas. McCliesney t Currier, Detroit, state Agents.
PROGRAM.
1. SCHUMANN. Arabesques, op. IS.
Noveletten, op. 21, No. 5, D miijor, No. 7, E major.
2. BEETHOVEN. Sonata, op. 53, C major.
Allegro con brio. Adario mollo. Allegretto moderate.
3. SCHUMANN. "Diciiter Liebe" (Five Songs by Heine).
a. "Im wunclerschonen Monat Mai."
b. "Aus Meinen Tliriinen spriessen."
c. " Die Rose, die Lilie, die Taube, die Sonne."
d. " Wenn ich in deine Augen sell."
e. ''Ich grolle nicht."
4. SCHUBERT. Moment Musioale in F minor.
Mexuetto (From Fantasie, op. 78).
BACH. Italian Concerto.
Allegro moderato. Andante. Presto.
5. MENDELSSOHN. Songs Without Words.
A minor, Fsharp minor, C major. BACH. Gavotte in G minor.
SCARLATTI. Sonata (in one monent) in A minor. C. SCHUBERT. "Gretciif.n am Spixnrade."
7. CHOPIN Berceise, op. 57.
Etude, C minor, op. 25, No. 12. Polonaise, op. 53.
IN MAY.
In May, the loveliest of months, When all the trees were blooming,
I felt within my bosom, Love his power assuming.
'Twos in the loveliest of months, When all the birds wore singing,
I laid my heart before her, My vows of true love bringing.
LOVE'S TEARS.
Where'er my tears are falling,
There bloom the brightest flowers, My sighs like nightingales warbling,
Seem echoing 'mid the bowers; And when thou &halt love me, dearest,
Fairest blossoms shall he thine, And the nightingales 'neath thy window,
Shall sing when thou art mine.
LOVE'S RESUME.
The Pnn, the Rose, the Lily, the Dove,-I loved them all. in my early love. I love them no longer, but her alone, The Pure, the Tender, the Only, the One, For she herself, my Queen of Love, Is Rose, and Lily, ami Sun, and Dove!
TEARS OF JOY.
Whene'er I gaze within thine eyes, All care and sorrow swiftly flies; And when I kiss thy lips so sweet, My cure is perfect and complete; And when I lean upon thy breast, There seem I as in heaven to rest; Yet, when thou sayest: "I love hut thee," Then must I weep right bitterly.
I'LL NOT COMPLAIN.
I'll not complain although I die of pain, Loved one forever lost--I'll not complain. Though diamonds deck thy brow witli light, No ray can pierce thy heart's deep night, I've known it long.
I'll not complain although I die of pain, While dreaming once I saw thce, Paw keen remorse, the deadly serpent, gnaw thee, I saw the night that is within thine heart, Saw thee as wretched as indeed thon art, I'll not complain.
MARGARET AT THE SPINNING WHEEL.
Oh, my heart is sad, my rest is o'er,
And never, alas! shall I lind it more.
And when he's not near, my grave lies here,
'Tis all distress and bitternc.-s.
My poor weak head seems tempest tossed,
My poor weak senses seem quite lost.
Oh, my heart is sad, my rest is o'er,
And never, alas! shall I find it more.
'Tis he aloi e from the window 1 seek,
With him alone go out to speak.
His noble form, his bearing so high.
And his smile so radiant, liis all-pow'rful eye,
His witching words, for me such bliss,
His hand's fund grasp, and oh, his kiss.
Oh. my heart is sad, my rest's o'er, And never, alas! shall I find it more. I long my arms round him to cost, Could I but seize and hold him fast And kiss, and kiss as I desired, Till on his kisses my life expired.

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