Complete Series: XXII
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Friday Evening, May ig, 1893, at 8 o'clock.
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY.
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Choral Union Series, 1892-1893.
FOURTH SEASON. . FIFTH CONCERT. Â¦ COMPLETE SERIES NO. XXII.
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Grand Wagner Concert, Choral Union (280.voices), Eminent Soloists and Full Orchestra,
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Wagner -----Overture, " Flying Dutchman "
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Beethoven Symphony No. 3, in E-flat major, "Erocia," Op. 61
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Overture to "Der Fliegende Hollaender" ("The Flying Dutchman"). Richard
Wilhelm Richard Wagner was born in Leipzig on May 22, 1813, and died in Venice on Feb. 13, 1883. He lost his father (Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Wagner, clerk of the police court, and a passionate music-lover) when only six months old. His mother (Rosina Bertz, of Weissenfels, married again with Ludwig Geyer, actor and dramatic author, and at that time engaged at the Dresden Hof-Theater, in 1815. Immediately after this marriage the family moved to Dresden, where the young Richard was educated, entering the Kreuzschule under the name of Richard Geyer in December, 1822, two years after his step-father's death. About 1827 his mother took him and her other children back to Leipzig, where he entered the Nicolaischule; but his disgust at being put into the third class, after having been in the second in Dresden, made him sulk at his studies, and devote most of his time to writing what he thought dramatic poetry. A love for music was first seriously aroused in him by hearing Beethoven
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