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UMS Concert Program, April 28th, '88: Ann Arbor Choral Union --

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Day
28
Month
April
Year
1888
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UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY.
THE UNITED CHORUSES
OF THE
AND THE
I7O -:VOICES -:170
IN
Qalatqa, by
(T)ay Day, ASSISTED BY
MRS. F. H. PEASE, Soprano, OFYPSILANTI,
Miss IDA BELLE WINCHELL, Soprano, . OF Ann Arbor,
Mr. CHARLES A. KNORR, Tenor, OF CHICAGO,
MR. ARTHUR BERESFORD, Basso, OF DETROIT,
AND THE
SAPPHO CLUB, OF YPSILANTI,
24 VOICES.
Urjiuerjity j4all, 5aturday Euei}ir$, fprl 28tt, '88.
program.
ACIS AND GALATEA.
COMPOSED FOR THE DUKE OF CHA1DOS.
Poem by JOHN GAY. Music by HANDEL.
Galatea, Miss Ida 13elu; Winciikll
a Sea Nymph, in love with the Shepherd Acis, and loved by the Giant Polypheme.
Acis, ... Mh. Charles A. K no it it
A Shepherd, in love with Galatea; rival of Polypheme, is killed by the latter, and is changed into a river.
Damon, Mil. Ivnouk
A Shepherd.
Polypheme, Mk. Arthur Beresford
A Giant, ilnds his love rejected by Galatea; in his jealous rage he kills Acis.
Chorus of Shepherds and Nymphs.
II. GYPSY LIFE, by Robert Schumann.
BY THE
SAPPHO CLUB.
FIRST SOPRANOS. SECOND SOPRANOS.
MRS. P. H. PEASE, MISS PAULINE HEWITT,
MISS JESSIE PEASE, MISS LIZZIE MILSPAUGH,
MISS MAMIE LATSON, MISS OLAKIBEL CHAMPION,
MISS NELLE CHAMBERLAIN, MRS. J. A. WATLING, MISS JULIA STEBBINS, MRS. E. R. COWELL,
MISS EMMA BARR. MRS. B. L. D'OOGE.
FIRST ALTOS. SECOND ALTOS.
MISS LEDA BELLOWS, MISS MARTHA BARNARD,
MISS MARY L. CURTIS, MISS MILDRED MURRAY,
MISS JENNIE E. HENDRICKS, MISS RUTH PUTNAM,
MRS. A. GEORGE, MRS. O. A. AINSWORTH,
MISS MYRA PATTISON, MRS. F. A. BARBOUR,
MISS KATE GLOVER. MISS FANNIE OHEEVER.
SOLOS BY
MISSES CHAMPION, HEWITT, BARNARD, MILSPAUGH, MRS. D'OOGE.
MISS ALLIE CHEEVER, Pianist.
III.
MAY DAY, byMcFarren. Mav Queen, Miss, F. H. Pease
(liorus of lads and lasses.
The lads and lasses meet early to choose the Queen; they repair to her lodging to wake her np; acknowledgment of the Queen; all repair to the Hay Pole grounds.
Prof. F. H. PEASE, Prof. C. B. CADY,
CONDUCTORS.
Prof. P. R. de PONT, Prof. W. H. BROOKS,
MANAGERS.
Prof. O. CADY,
Miss RUTH PUTNAM, Miss FANNY STRANG,
PIANISTS.
THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1888.

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