UMS Concert Program, February 2, 1906: Choral Union Series -- Piano Recital
Complete Series: CXLIV
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
F. W. KELSEY, President A. A. STANLEY, Director
CHORAL UNION SERIES 1905-1906
FOURTH CONCERT COMPLETE SERIES
UNIVERSITY HALL, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 2, J906 AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
SONATE, in D minor, Op. 31 Largo-Allegro; Adagio;
FANTASIE--STUCKE, Op. 12 Des Abends Grillen
Ende voiii Lied PRELUDE, CHORAL ET FUGUE
FIRST BALLADE, in G minor
NOCTURNE, F sharp major
VALSE, A flat
POLONAISE, E flat Op. 22
SERENADE A LA LUNE, RHAPSODIE, No. XI.
. RAOOr, PUGNO
The next concert in the Choral Union Series will be given by the
MARCH 14, J 9 0 6
THE PIANO USED IS A BALDWIN
The following Announcement will give a general idea of the character of the Thirteenth Annual May Festival
CHARLOTTE MACONDA ) . MURIEL FOSTER ) _ . ..
LILLIAN FRENCH READ I Sopranos GRACE MUNSON f Contraltos
ISABELLE BOUTON. Mezzo-Soprano GWILYM MILES i ..
GLENN HALL j T WILLIAM H0WLAND '
THEODORE VAN YORX S HERBERT WITHERSPOON, Bass
BRAHM VAN DEN BERG, Pianist
FREDERICK A. STOCK, ALBERT A. STANLEY, Conductors THEODORE THOMAS ORCHESTRA. THE CHORAL UNION
SCHEDULE OF CONCERTS
Thursday evening, May io, 8 o'clock, Choral Concert
Friday afternoon, May n, 3 o'clock, Symphony Concert
Friday evening, May 11, 8 o'clock, Miscellaneous Concert
Saturday afternoon, May 12, 2:30 o'clock, Symphony Concert
Saturday evening, Ma}' 12, 7:30 o'clock, "Aida"
LIST OF WORKS
Symphonies: Brahms' C minor or Schumann B flat; Schubert "Unfinished;" Tschaikowsky. No. 6, "Pathetic."
Overtures: " L,enore" No. 3, Beethoven; " Fingals Cave," Mendelssohn; "Bartered Bride," Smetana; " Euryanthe," von Weber.
Suftes, Etc: D major, Bach; "Impressions d'ltalie," Charpentier; Serenade for Wood Winds, Richard Strauss; Serenade for Strings (new), J. Suk; Huldigungs Marsch, Wagner; Piano Concerto, Grieg.
Choral Works: " Stabat Mater," Dvorak; "A Psalm of Victory" (M.SS., first performance), A. A. Stanley; "Aida," Verdi.
Arias: Among the vocal arias are included the 'Queen of the Night," " Magic Flute," Mozart; " Sea Pictures " Elgar; and " La Fiancee du Timbalier," Saint-Saens.
The complete program in detail will be issued by the date of the next Choral Union Concert.
The regular $2.00 sale of reserved seats for the Festival will take place tomorrow morning at nine o'clock at the office of the School of Music.
University Musical Society