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UMS Concert Program, November 18, 1904: Choral Union Series -- Pittsburgh Orchestra

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Season: 1904-1905
Concert: FIRST
Complete Series: CXXXI
University Hall

F. W. KELSEY, President A. A. STANLEY, Director
(.No. CXXX1. Complete Series)
University Hall, Friday Evening, November 18, 1904
At Eight O'clock
EMIL PAUR, Conductor
Symphony in C Major, No. o
Andante: Allegro ma non troppo. Andante con moto. Scherzo, (Allegro vivace). Finale, (Allegro vivace).
Overture--Fantasie, "Romeo and Juliet" Rondino for Wind Instruments in E Flat (Oboes, Clarinets, Bassoons, Horns).
a. Menuet from Suite "L'Arleisenne"
b. Abendleid (Arranged by Joachim) c. Dance of the Bayadiers, from " Feramors"
Ride of the Walkiires, from "Die Walkiire"
Tschcrikowsky Beethoven
Schumann Rubinstein
The next Concert in the Choral Union Series will be given by Arnold Dolmetsch, assisted by Mrs. Dolmetsch and Miss Salmon, December 8, 1904. "Music of Bygone Centuries."
The Twelfth Annual May Festival
The Twelfth May Festival will consist of five concerts given on Thursday evening, Friday afternoon and evening, and Saturday afternoon and evening, May n, 12, 13, 1905. The Thomas Orchestra, of Chicago, has been engaged and will play at all Festival Concerts.
The Soloists will be of the highest grade and negotiations are pending with many who will appear before an Ann Arbor audience for the first time at the Festival.
Schedule of Prices
Tickets for Entire Series (10 Concerts).....$3-oo
Tickets for May Festival (5 Concerts).....$3.00
Single Tickets . ..........$2.00 and $1.00
Reserved Seats for May Festival Series, $3.50, $3.00, $2.50,
$2.00 and $1.00 extra. Reserved Seat, Single Concert, May Festival Series, 50 and 25c
The sale of reserved seats will begin Monday morning, November 28, at nine o'clock, at the University School of Music. During the first week of the sale any unreserved .seat may be secured for $3.50. During the second week, beginning December 5, the price of a reserved seat will be $3.00. From December 12 to December 16 inclusive, the price will be $2.50 for each seat that is reserved. Beginning at nine o'clock Saturday morning, December 17, any unreserved two-dollar seat may be secured for $2.00 and any unreserved one-dollar seat may be secured for $1.00.
Tickets on sale at Brown's Drug Store, Ann Arbor Music Co., Calkins' Drug Store, F. J. Schleede's, Quarry's Drug Store, and University School of Music, Ann Arbor ; Normal Conservatory and C. W. Rogers's Ypsilanti.
Parties desiring to order tickets or reserved seats by mail, will please address (indicating choice and including P. O. Order),
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary of the University School of Music,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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