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UMS Concert Program, June 26, 89: Concert -- Choral Union

UMS Concert Program, June 26, 89: Concert -- Choral Union image UMS Concert Program, June 26, 89: Concert -- Choral Union image UMS Concert Program, June 26, 89: Concert -- Choral Union image UMS Concert Program, June 26, 89: Concert -- Choral Union image
Day
26
Month
June
Year
1889
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University Hall

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BY THE
Ghoral (Union : 50 VOICES,
A88I5TED BY THE FOLLOWING 8OLOI3TS
''MisS GraGS HiltZ, Soprano.
J Miss Mary IiiGklsy, contralto.
. GShSTlSS U. SlOGUm, Tenor.
Mr. @cdwi:q (3. Grang, Baritone.
' MISS BERTHA HILL, 'MR. ORIN B. CADY,
PIANISTS.
I ALBERT A. STANLEY, conductor.
Suiversitg Hall, ITeiiDsaSay lYBDicg, 3ubs 26, '89.
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PART FIRST.
I. Jules Jordan, Bugle Song
Choral Union.
II. J.B.Campbell, "A Violet in thy Lovely Hair" Mr. C. V. Slocum.
III. (a) Josef'. Reinberger, Night Song (b) Albert A. Stanley, Alma Mater Mine
(l'rom Songs of the Yellow and Blue.) Choral Union.
IV. Q.Verdi, Bolero from "Sicilian Vespers"
Miss Grace Hiltz.
V. 00 R. Hermann. " The Clover Blossom's Kiss'' (b) F. H. Cowen, " Love Me if I Live" Miss Mary Buckley.
VI. Heinrieh Hoffmann, A Romance of Love
Soli, Chorus, and Piano Duet.
No. 1. Chorux " To-day, my love." No. 2. Duet. " When wilt tliou come, my darling." No. 3. Duet. " It never raineth roses." No. 4. Clmrus. ' The lirler, the thistle, both cruelly sting." No. r. Duct. "Within my father's garden fair." Mo. li. Duet and Clvirws. " Were I a wildwood falcon." No. 7. Churus. " Why art tliou, dear, so sad to-day." No. 8. Chorus. Ah. maiden dearest, dry tliy tears." No. !). Duct. "Maiden, dearest, when I see thee." No. 10. Duct and Quartet. "Nearest tliou he liirdllng singing." No.ll. finale. hong ago I gave thee my promise."
PART SECOND.
Niels W. Qade, " The Crusaders "
Dramatic Cantata.
PERSONE.
Armida, Mezzo Soprano. Rinaldo, Tenor. Peter the Hermit. Bass.
I. IN THE DESERT.
1. CHORUS, Flame-like the sand-waste glows.
2. Solo (Bass), Soon our God success will send us. Solo (Tenor),.....O blame us not.
3. Solo (Tenor) and Chorus, Shine, holy sun (The Crusaders Song). Solo (Bass),......Yes, He wills it.
4. Solo (Bass) and Chorus, Father! from a distant land.
II. ARMIDA.
fl. INTRODUCTION and CHORUS, Silent creeping so light. 0. Solo (Mezzo-9oprano), ... They softly sleep.
7. Solo (Tenor) and Chorus (female voices), The wave sweeps my breast.
8. Dukt (Mezzo-Soprano and Tenor) and Chorus,
0 Rinaldo, up, arouse thee.
Solo, Me.zo-Soprano, Magic worlds are sinking.
III. TOWARDS JERUSALEM. ii. Solo (Tenor), " With holy thoughts seek holy things.
10. Makch of rii.Gimts, Forward! O weary feet. Solo, Tenor, .... Brighter the sunlight. Ohouus. Forward! Stay not for rock or for thorn.
11. Soli (Tenor and Bass) and Chorus, His head let each Crusader raise.
REGISTER PRINT.

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