Complete Series: CCLVII
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
F. W. KELSEY, President A. A. STANLEY, Director
CHORAL UNION SERIES, 1911-1912
THIRTY-THIRD SEASON FIFTH CONCERT
No. CCLVII COMPLETE SERIES
UNIVERSITY HALL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1912 AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
Sonata Op. ioi _-_..___ Beethoven Allegretto ma non troppo Vivace alia Marcia
Adagio, ma non troppo, con affeto Allegro
Pastorale Variee --------Mozart
Presto E major -------Mendelsohn
"Carnaval" -___---_ Schumann
"Preambule--Pierrot--Arlequin--Valse noble--Frolestan-Coquette--Replique--Papillons--Lettres dansantes-Chiarina--Chopin--Estrella--Reconnaisance--Pantalon et Colombine--Valse allemande--Paganini-Aveu--Promenade--Pause--Marche des 'Davids bundler' ontre les Philistins"
Nocturne G major
Impromptu F sharp major --,Chopin
Polonaise F sharp minor J
"Blue Danube" ------Schuls-Bvler
Steinway Piano Used
THE NEXT CONCERT IN THE CHORAL UNION SERIES WILL BE THE
FIRST MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT May 15, 1912
Read carefully the reverse side of this program and preserve for future reference.
SCHEDULE OF RESERVED SEATS
The sale of reserved seat tickets for the May Festival will begin Monday morning, March 4, at eight o'clock, at the University School of Music, in accordance with the following schedule. Holders must return their regular course tickets; otherwise $3.00 should be added to the prices given below:
Monday, March 4, to Saturday, March 9, inclusive, $3.50 extra.
Monday, March 11, to the Festival, $3.00 extra.
Monday, March 18, to Friday, March 22, inclusive, $2.50 or $3.00 extra
Saturday, March 23, to the Festival, $2.00 or $3.00 extra.
Monday, March 25, to Friday, March 29, inclusive, $1.50, $2.00 or $3.00 extra.
Saturday, March 30, to the Festival, $1.00, $2.00 or $3.00.
NINETEENTH ANNUAL MAY FESTIVAL
Wednesday evening, May 15, Miscellaneous Concert.
Thursday evening, May 16, "Dream of Gerontius"--Elgar.
Friday afternoon, May 17, Symphony Concert.
Friday evening, May 17, Artist Concert.
Saturday evening, May 18, "Samson and Delilah"--Saint-Saens.
AETISTS AND ORGANIZATIONS
The University Choral Union, under Stanley.
The Theodore Thomas Orchestra, under Stock.
Alma Gluck (Metropolitan Opera Company) Soprano.
Florence Hinkle, Soprano.
Nevada Tan der Yeer, Contralto.
Ellison Van Hoose (Chicago Opera Company) Tenor.
Reed Miller, Tenor.
Herbert Witherspoon (Metropolitan Opera Company) Bass.
Llewellyn L. Remvick, Organist.
Other artists with whom negotiations are now pending will be announced
CHARLES A. SINK,
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