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UMS Concert Program, May 23: Fourth May Festival Concert --

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Day
23
Month
May
Year
1896
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Season: 1895-1896
Concert: NINTH
Complete Series: XLVII

Choral Union Series
1895-1896 (No. XLVII. Complete Series)
FOCIRTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, HAY 23
2:30 O'CLOCK
SOLOISTS
MISS ROSE STEWART, Soprano MR. HERMAN ZEITZ, Violin
MR. VAN VBACHTON ROGERS, Harp ¦ MR. JOHN J. McCLELLAN, Organ
THE CHORAL UNION BOSTON FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
MR. EMIL MOLLENHAUER AND MR. ALBERTA. STANLEY, Conductors
PROGRAM
I. Overture. f'Kuy Blpi" MendelssoJm
II. Harp Solo, v Mofceau Caracteristique " Parish Alvars
MR. ROGERS
III. Aria. MISS STEWART
IV. "Ave Maria." (By request) Marcheiti
LADIES' CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA
V. Violin Solo. " Rondo Capriccioso" Saint Saens
MR. ZEITZ
VI. Symphonic Sketches ----Chadwick (a) Jubilee (V) Noel
(r) A Vagrom Ballad
The following verses illustrate the "Three Sketches for Orchestra" by Hr. Qeo. W. Chadwick
JUBILEE NOEL
No cool, gray tones for me:
Give me the warmest red and green, A cornet and a tambourine,
To paint my Jubilee; For when pale flutes and oboes play,
To sadness I become a prey. Give me the violets and the May,
But no gray skies for me.
Through the soft, calm moonlight comes a sound-A mother lulls her babe; and all around
The gentle snow lies glistening.
On such a night, the Virgin Mother mild,
In.dreamless slumber wrapped the Holy Child, While angel hosts were listening.
A VAGROM BALLAD
A tale of tramps and railway ties, And T. D. pipes and rum;
Of broken heads and blackened eyes, And the " thirty days " to come.
VTT o . j (a) 0, That We Two Were Maying Nevin
vii. bONGS. j y Les FiUes di Cadiz _ _ Thotne
MISS STEWART
VIII. Thanks he to God. "Elijah" Mendelssohn
CHORUS, ORCHESTRA AND ORGAN
Saint Saens Biblical Opera " Samson and Delilah " will be given this evening at 7:30 P. M. The Grand Piano used at this Concert is furnished by Steinioay & Sons, of Meto York
THE INLAND PRESS

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