Complete Series: XXVIII
ANN ARBOR SCHOOL OF MUSIC, H. 3. FBIEZE, L.L. D., President. C. B. CADY, Musicnl Director.
MTSS MARY L. WOOD,
MISS JE83IE STRICKLAND, Mezzo-Soprano. MR. L. F. SCHULTZ, Violinist.
MR. O. B. CADY, Accompanist.
MERRILL HALL, THURSDAY, MAY 31ST, 1883, AT 8 P. M.
PROGRAMME AND INVITATION. Grand Piano kindly furnished by Messrs. dough & Warren.
li The inspired musician, what a ransfe.
What power of passion, whut wealth of change!"
I. Beethoven. SONATA, op. 2, No. i, F minor.
[1770-1827]. A composition so fresh in thought suul so dramatic that no work of
iu time could be compared to it.-W. von Lens,
Allegro, V minor, Adiiirio, F major.
Menuctto, F minor--Trio, F major. Prestissimo, F minor.
Sack, S. PRELUDE AND FUGUE, C minor. [1685-1751]. [No. 2 of the Well Tempered Clavier].
II. Rossini CAVATINA from II Barbier. [1792-1864]. "Una voce poco fa."
III. Schumann, (a) FANTAS1ESTUECKE, op. 12. [1S16-1S56J. (1) Evening, D flat major.
Anrt in mv minVl th Hirtmrht
Hut the same restless pacings to aiid'fro_ And the same vainly throbbing heart was there" And the same bright, calm moon."
--A moid. (2) AsriitATioNs, F minor.
"Thoughts like a sudden rush of wings. Regrets and recollections of things past, With hints and prophecies of things to be, And inspirations-
These I owe to thee."
--Longfellow. (b) Novelette, op. 31, No, 7, E major.
All his soul was stirred within him.--The woes of hopes deferred are chased into the darkness of the forgotten past by the joyous sunlight of love's fruition. And from out the dawning are heard the songs of youth's upsoaring trust, maiden's questioning confidence, manhood's re-assuring courage.
IV. Chopin, (a) POLONAISE, op. 71, No. 1, D minor.
[1S09-1&49]. ' His genius was elegiac. He is more often tender than strong."
--Hatoeis. (b) WAIrZ, A flat major.
V. Beethoven. BALLAD. " Faithful Johnny."
VI. Gade. SONATA for Piano and Violin, op. 31, D minor.
. Allegro di molto.
Adagio--Allegro moderate--Molto vivace.
" Ona thinks of the lovely beech-wood forests of Denmark."--Schumann. ''This is the old enchanted wood."--Heine.