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Day
23
Month
June
Year
1884
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Season: 1883-1884
Complete Series: XLIX
University Hall

1883. ANN ARBOR SCH0QL0FJVUJSICj)184.
Jl. K. Kiuiszi;, LIj. D., President, C, Ji. Uauy, Director. XLIX.
FIBST
-CONCERT BY THE AMPHIGO CLUB.
KINDLY ASSISTED BY
Miss Mary L. Wood-------------------------------------------Pianist
Miss Jur.iA L. Carutheks_______________________ "
Mr. William Ludekeb----------------------------------------Violin
AND THE
'''Beethoven Quintet Club of Detroit.
UNIVERSITY HALL, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 23.
FIKST SOI'H.VXOS.
Miss May Whkdon,
Miss
SECOND SOPRANOS.
Miss Millie Knowltox;
MiSS DELLA MfOLKT.
Miss Amanda Mack,
FIUST ALTOS.
Miss Annie Wilson, Miss J. C. Mahon, Miss Daisy Richardson.
SECOND ALTOS.
Rowley, Hunt," Miss Oba Royce.
"ORIN CADY, Conductor.
William Luderkr______________-__________First Violiu
L. F. Schuitv,_____________________-_______Second Violin
F. Hahknicht_________________________:--------------Viola
F. Ahel,, Jk_________________________________Violoncello
G. SOHMKBKELD----------------------------------------------------------------BaSS
C. BCADT, Gen'l Director. L. D. WINES, Business Manag'r
In the absence ot Miss Million her place in the Club will be supplied by Miss Strickland.
The Miller Grand Piauo used at this entertainment ia kindly furnished by Clouqh & Warren, Detroit.
COURIER riUNTINU HOUSE, ANN ARBOR.
PROGRAMME.
¦------------------------------------------PART I. I. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus. String Quintet.
ADAGIO. ALLEGRO ASSAI.
Beethoven Quintet Club. II. Bargeil, Waldemar. Spring Night. Op. 49.
CHORUS FOR LADIES' VOICES, WITH PIANO ACCOMPANIMENT.
Sweet Spring Night' Soft thy footsteps, soft and light, God's pure breath has touch'd the meadows, Stirr'd the slumb'ring woodland shadows. Musing thro' the fields I wander. Listening on his footsteps ponder; Soft thy footstep, soft and light;
Sweet Spring Night.
Sweet Spring Night, Wond'rous is thy realm of light; Lo! the stars in millions o'er me, Shining down from thrones of glory. Flowers along my pathway blooming, Greet the thoughtful trav'ler roaming ; Wond'rous is thy realm of light,
Sweet Spring Night.
Sweet Spring Night, Let me taste thy fount of light, Thro' thy realm of glory beaming Let my pilgrim soul go dreaming; Haply in thy walks supernal I may breath the Spring eternal. Let me taste thy fount of ligbt,.
Sweet Spring Night.
Sweet Spring Night, To my heart I thee invite ; Let me on thy bosom sinking, Fullness of thy bliss be drinking; Fill my soul with youth reviving, Give me strength for endless striving. To my heart I thee invite ;
Sweet Spring Night.
Ampiiion Cunt.
Ill Silas, E. Schumann, Robert.
Gavotte in E Minor. (a) Warum {]) Aul'sclnvung.
Miss Julia L. Oaruthebs,
IVS(EDERMAN.
Peasants' Wedding March.
Ampihon club.
PART II.
I. Brull, Ignazio.
La Croce D'Oro.
(TnE Golden Cross.) An Opera in Two Acts.
Act I. Scene I.
(Tercssa, a young peasant girl, is engaged to be married to Colas, the only brother of Christina, ivho, after the early death of both their parents, assumed the charge of her orphan brother, and though a mere child herself, cared for him till the time of the opening of the Opera, when he is shortly to be married to 2'eressa, and her young companions are already gathering about her with flowers and garlands, for the ivedding festival.
INTRODUCTION.
CHORUS OF MAIDENS.
Rosemarys and favors streaming, Here we brinii for our fair bride.
She to-day must ieave her dreaming And in wedlock's bonds be tied! Two boquets we brought you, see! One for him and one for thee!
For Teressu and Colas.
Laridon, larida!
TEBESSA.
Thanks, dear friends, on ev'ry hand, I shall wear the llowers yonder, When we at the altar stand.
CHRISTINA.
Where can Colas be, I wonder
CHORUS.
Colas not at home, Ihen pray Who shall give him his boquet.
TEH ESS A.
For thy brother, dear Christina, Take good care of this boquet. But wherefore this woeful mien Laugh thy foolish fears away!
CHORUS.
Take the flowers, for soon must we Wedding favours bring for thee. A boquet, Christina, ha! Laridon, don, larida!
L'HKMTINA.
Nay, now let my words be noted, 1 shall never, never, wed ! To my brother, e'er devoted, Happily the days have sped.
TERKSSA--(Piqued.)
Oil! I'm in the way you noted. Quite polite and sweetly said !
CHRISTINA. (Somanza.)
Still young our parents dying
Lel't Colas with me in the world alone. No lack of duties, trying,
Fell to his sister's lot you'll surely own.
A wee mamma of sixteen years,
I nurs'rt and watched him well and true;
When childish troubles brought his tears, I stood by him as mothers do.
The villagers, us gazing after,
Would call us turtle doves forsooth ; yes, yes, But none, in spite of fun and laughter,
From him could win my love in truth.
Unlike our village beauties,
I cared not either to be woo'd or won; Found joy in household duties,
And Colas always watched me as I spun ! Then came my cousin, sweet Teressa,
And I could not their love prevent. No wonder, troth, I hat lie should please her,
And so I gave them my consent!
And yon may laugh at me hereafter,
And talk to me of love forsooth. No, no,
For none, in spite of fun and laughter, Shall steal my heart away, in truth.
TEKBSSA.
Ah ! wait awhile, and do not fear,
The right one must at length appear.
TERESSA AND CHORUS.
And when the right one comes, shall we Then bring bright wedding flow'rs for thee.
TERESSA (TO CHRISTINA.)
Such vows never, never, speak out, dearest child, maidens were ever too quickly beguiled.
The maid often poses, but suddenly, heigh! The lover proposes, the maiden says--yea! And thus was it ever, and ever shall be, For Cupid's too clever to long forget thee.
CHIUS'ITNA.
No, no, a vain endeavour,
To win my love away, With Colas let me ever
Contented, happy, stay! In this bright, cosy dwelling,
So long my joy and pride, I live in joy excelling,
When thou art Colas' bride.
TEUEMSA AND CHOBUK
And thus was it ever, and ever shall be, For Cupid's too clever to long forget thee.
-Ti'aiixlatett hit J. . .htckxmi.
{The Maidens leave to a Short Dance.) Christina--Miss May Whedon. Teressa--Miss Jessie Strickland.
Amphion Club.
With Quintet Accompaniment. LL LLi:ndel,George Friedrich. Violin Concerto. G. Minor.
LAROHETTO AFFETTUOSO. FUGUE. MUSETTE, SCHERZO. FINALE.
Mr. William Ludkreh. III. Werner. Haidknrceslim. German Four i'arf Lied.
Sah ein Knab' ein Roslein-stehn, Roslein auf der Haiden, War so j img und morgen schoii, Lief er schnell, es nah' zu sehn, Sahs mil: vielen Freuden.
Roslein, Roslein, Roslein, roth,
Roslein auf der Haiden.
Knabe sprach ; ich breche dich, Roslein auf der Haiden !
Das du ewig clenksT Und ich wills nicht leidei
liosloin, Rijslein, Rijslein
Roslein auf der llaiden.
Und der wilde Knabe brack Roslein auf der Haideii; Roslein welirte sich und stach, Half ihni doch kein Weh und Ach ;
leiden.
LRoslein, Roslein, roth. j i f" der Haiden.
-Goethe.
[HI in the Stilly Night.
THE ClYUB.
Oft in the st'nTvMiight, ereumber's chain halh bound me, Fond menrry brings the light of oilier days around me; The smiles, the tears, of childhood's years, the words of
love then spoken, The eyes that shone, now dimmed and gone, the cheerful
hearts now broken.
When I remember all the friends so link'd together I've seen around me fall, like leaves in wintry -weather, I feel like one who treads alone, some banquet hall deserted, Whose lights are lied, whose garlands dead, and all but
him departed. Thus, in tlie stilly night, ere slumber's chain hath bound
me, Sad mem'ry brings the light of other days around me.
Ampiiion Cr,un.
IV. Mendelssohn, Felix. Oapriccio Brillante, op. 29.
Miss Maky L. Wood. Quintet Accompaniment.
The maid often poses, but-' ' Hi! The lover proposes, tb' And thus was it -'
ForoupidvjGH & WARREN,
STATE AUKX-SFOB THE UKJ.KISHATED
Decker Brothers,
Henry F. Miller,
Kranich & Bach. J. & C. Fischer,
Behr Bros. & Coilinii',
, .', "Vheelock, and pride,
,c Colas' bride. £
(.'IlOltUS
second-',uid ever shall be $75.00, $100 Oli, UbU.iio, ETC.
MANUI'ACTUKKHS OK TIIK WOI'.I.D-HKNOWNKl)
PRICES $25, $50. $75 AND UPWARDS.
Pianos Rented, Tuned and Repaired. 300
Pianos, and Organs for Sale at
Wholesale and Retail.
SKNI) 1-UIt IJ.I.USTKATEIJ (.'IIU'ULAK, {Mailed Fret!.)
f arerooms and Factory. COR, CON&RESS and FIFTH STS,
DETROIT.'ilttlCH.
CLOUGH & WARREN'S ORGAN CO-

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