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UMS Concert Program, February 1, 1883: First Chamber Concert -- Mr. Wm. H. Sherwood

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Day
1
Month
February
Year
1883
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Complete Series: THIRTYEIGHT
General Lecture Room

University Musical Society.
H. S. FRIEZE, LL D., PRESIDENT; C. B. CADY, DIRECTOR.
(NUMBERTHIBTYEIGHT.THIRD SERIES)
Mr. Wm. H. Sherwood, Pianist
OF BOSTON,
FKIDAY, FEBEUAKY 1, 1883, AT EIGHT P. M.,
ASSISTED BY
MISS MAY WHEDON, Sopbano, MR. O. B. CADY, Accompanist, MR. H. WILSON, 'Cello.
GENERAL LECTURE ROOM.
" So works this music upon eartli! God so admits it, sends it forth, To add another worth to worth--
A new creationbloom that rounds The old creation, and expounds His Beautiful in tuneful sounds."
I. Bach, J. S. ORGAN FANTASIE and FUGUE, G minor.
16S51750. (Arranged for the Piano by Liszt.)
II Beethoven, SONATA, op. 31, No. 2, D minor.
17701827. Largo, Allegro, D minor. Adagio, B flat major. Allegretto, P minor.
III. Schumann. Op. 16, KREISLERIANA, (Fantasies).
18101856. 1. Ausserst bewegt, D minor. 2. Sehr innig, B flat major. 3. Sehr aufgeregt, G minor. 4. Sehr langsam, B flat major. 5. Sehr lebhaft, G minor.
6. Sehr langsam, B flat major. 7. Sehr rasch, G minor.
8. Schnell und Spielend, G minor.
Chopin, (a) IMPROMPTU, A flat, op. 29. 18091849. (l) BALLAD, G minor, op. 23.
IV. Schubert. SERENADE, ('Cello obligate).
17971828.
ir o, v iv u r n No. 1. PRELUDE.
V. Sherwood, W. H. (a) Op. 5. ? No 2_ IDYLLE.
(?) Op. 6. MAZUTKA. (c) Op. 9. SCHERZO CAPRICE.
VI. Wagner. " FIRECHARM" from the " Ring der Nibelungen." j Si 31883. (Arranged for the Piano by L. Brassin.)
Rubinstein. ETUDE in C major. 1S29--
N. B. The second cont ert occurs Friday. Murch 7, and will be ffiven by the Bee thoven Cuintett Club. The 1 lenry F. Miller Grands arc used at all 01 Mr. Sherwood's Recitils.
Lightly o'er the breeze of evening
Float my lays to thee; To the silent valley stealing
Dearest, come to me.
Whisp'ring sighs the silv'ry willow, In the Moonbeam's light:
So my vows may reach thy pillow Through the stilly night.
Hark! the nightingale is pouring
Forth her sweetest lay. Ah ! her rapture, soft imploring,
PJeads my constancy.
Well she knows each bitter feeling,
Pain of love's keen dart; Every sweet emotion stealing , O'er the tender heart.

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