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UMS Concert Program, January 31, 1910: Choral Union Series -- The Kneisel Quartette

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Day
31
Month
January
Year
1910
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Season: 1909-1910
Concert: FOURTH
Complete Series: CCXXXIV
University Hall

UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
F. W. KELSEY, President A. A. STANLEY, Director
CHORAL UNION SERIES, 1909-1910
THIRTY-FIRST SEASON FOURTH CONCERT
No. CCXXXIV COMPLETE SERIES
The Kneisel Quartette
FRANZ KNEISEL, 1st Violin
JULIUS ROENTGEN, 2nd Violin
LOUIS SVECENSKX Viola
WILLEM WILLEKE, 'Cello
UNIVERSITY HALL, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31, 1910
AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
PROGRAM
Quartet in D minor, Op. posthumous ----Schubert Allegro
Andante con moto (Death and the Maiden) Scherzo (Allegro molto) Presto
Andantf, con variazioni, from Quartet in A major, Op. 2 GHerc
I,E Dksir --------Francois Servais
Fantasie for Violoncello William Willkkk
(a) Cavatina. from Quartet in B flat major, Op. 130 Beethoven
(b) Canzonktta, from Quartet in B flat major, Op. 12 Mendelssohn
(c) Scherzo (Presto), from Quartet in C sharp minor Sgaiubati
TlIK NEXT CONCERT IN THE CHORAL UNION SERIES WILL BE GIVEN BY
FRITZ KREISLER, Violinist
MARCH 1, 1910
SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL MAY FESTIVAL
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
ORGANIZATIONS
The Choral Union (300 voices), A. A. Stanley, Conductor. The Theodore Thomas Orchestra (50 pieces), Frederick Stock, Conductor.
ARTISTS
Sopranos-MME. JEANNE JOMELLI
(Late of the Metropolitan and Manhattan Opera Companies) MRS. CORINNE RIDER-KELSEY MRS. SIBYL SAMMIS-MACDERMID
Contralto--MISS MARGARET KEYES
Tenor-MR. DANIEL BEDDOE
Baritones-MR. SIDNEY BIDEN (Berlin)
SIG. GIUSEPPI CAMPANARI
(Metropolitan Opera Company) MR. WILLIAM ROWLAND
Bass-MR. HERBERT WITHERSPOON (Metropolitan Opera Company)
Pianist-MLLE TINA LERNER
PRINCIPAL CHORAL WORKS
"The New Life" -------Wolf-Ferrari
"Scenes from Odysseus" ------Max Bruch
RESERVED SEATS
Reserved seat tickets for the Seventeenth Annual May Festival (five concerts, May 18-21, 1910) may be secured by returning to the office of the University School of Music, Maynard Street, the regular Choral Union Season ticket and paying the reservation fee in accordance with the following schedule. Persons who have not already purchased Choral Union tickets must add $3.00 to the prices quoted below:
On Monday, January 31, 1910, a block of 500 seats will be placed on sale at $3.50 each. On Monday, February 7, all unsold seats from this block will be offered at $3.00 each and will remain at this price up to and during the Festival.
On Monday, February 14, a block of 1000 additional seats will be placed on sale at $2.50 each. On Saturday, February 19, all unsold seats from this block will be offered at $2.00 each, and will remain at this price up to and during the Festival.
On Monday, February 28, 1910, a block of approximately 1000 additional seats will be placed on sale at $1.50 each. On Saturday, March 5, all unsold seats from this block will be offered at $1.00 each and will remain at this price up to and during the Festival.
The Ann Arbor Press

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