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UMS Concert Program, March 2, 1915: Choral Union Series -- Ferruccio Busoni

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Day
2
Month
March
Year
1915
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Season: 1914-1915
Concert: FOURTH
Complete Series: CCLXXXVIII
Hill Auditorium

(over) UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
F. W. KELSEY, President A. A. STANLEY, Director
CHORAL UNION SERIES, 1914-1915
THIRTY-SIXTH SEASON FOURTH CONCERT
NO. CCLXXXVIII COMPLETE SERIES
FERRUCCIO BUSONI, Pianist
HILL AUDITORIUM, TUESDAY. MARCH 2. 1915 AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
PROGRAM
Capriccio on the Departure of a Well-Beloved Brother . Bach
(1685-1750)
1. Arioso: Flattery by friends to prevent him from departing.
2. Fugato: Representation of the different mishaps which might
befall him in foreign parts.
3. Adagissimo: General lament of his friends.
4. Marschmassig: The friends approach as they see now that he
can not change his plans and they bid him farewell.
5. Aria di Postiglione: Song of the Postillion.
6. Fuga all'imitazione della Cornetta di Postiglione: Fugue on the
Post-horn motive.
Sonata, Op. hi......Beethoven (1770-1827)
Maestoso--Allegro con brio ed appassionato; Arietta (Adagio molto semplice e cantabile).
Schumann (1810-1856)
Fantasiestucke
I. Des Abends
2. Aufschwung
3- Warum
4- Grillen
5. In der Nacht
6. Fabel
7- Traumeswirren
8. Ende vom Lied
Rhapsodie XIX )
SONETTE DES PETRARCA ?.....L,iszt (l8ll-l886)
Polonaise E Major )
CHICKERING PIANO USED
Next Thursday at 4:15 o'clock, a Complimentary Recital will be given in Hill Auditorium, under the auspices of the University School of Music: Program by Leonora Allen, Soprano, guest soloist; Mrs. George B. Rhead, Pianist; and the School String Quartet.
The next concert on the Pre-Festival Series will be given by Olive Fremstad, Soprano, Thursday Evening, April 8.
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Twenty-Second Annual May Festival
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor
MAY 19, 20, 21, 22, 1915
FIRST MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT Wednesday Evening, May 19, 1915
Soloists:
Miss Margarete Ober, Contralto Mr. Clarence Whitehill, Baritone
America--by Chorus and Orchestra
Overture to "Oberon".............Weber
Aria--by Mr. Whitehill
Symphonic Poem, "The Sirens".. .Gliere
Aria--by Miss Ober
INTERMISSION
Overture--Fantasia "Hamlet"
Opus 67................Tschaikowsky
Aria--by Miss Ober Siegfried in the Forest
("Siegfried").................Wagner
Wotan's Farewell and Magic Fire
Scene (Die Walkure)..........Wagner
Mr. Whitehill
SECOND MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Thursday Evening, May 20,1915
Soloists:
Miss Olive Kline, Soprano Mr. Theodore Harrison, Baritone University Choral Union and Special Chorus of Boys
"The New Life" ...........Wolf-Ferrari
INTERMISSION
Prologue and Finale from "Paradise Lost"................ .Bossi
THIRD MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT Friday Afternoon, May 21, 1915
Soloists:
Miss Margaret Keyes, Contralto Mr. Harold Bauer, Pianist
Overture "Leonore," Opus 72,
No. 3.......................Beethoven
Aria, "Penelope Weaving a Garment,"
from "Odysseus"................Bruch
Concerto for Pianofore,
A minor, Opus 57...........Schumann
INTERMISSION
Symphony No. 1, C minor, Opus 68.......................Brahms
FOURTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT Friday Evening, May 21, 1915
Soloist: Mr. John McCormack, Tenor
Overture "In Spring Time,"
Opus 36.....................Goldmark
Recitative and Aria--by Mr. McCormack
Largo from Symphony No. 5, E minor,
"From the New World," Opus 95, Dvorak Aria--by Mr. McCormack "Life's Dance"...................Delius
INTERMISSION
Suite "Piemontesi"............Sinigaglia
Aria--by Mr. McCormack
Rhapsody, "Italia"...............Casella
FIFTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT Saturday Afternoon, May 22, 1915
Soloists:
Margaret Keyes, Contralto Theodore Harrison, Baritone Llewellyn L. Renwick, Organist
Praeludium..............Edwin Lendvai
Fuga Cromatica...............A-Lladow
Evening Song............E. C. Bairstow
Pavane................Bernard Johnson
Vocal Number
Sonato No. 6............Filippo Capocci
Allegro Moderato Andantino Expressivo
Theme and Variations Vocal Number
Arcadian Idyll............Edwin Lemare
Serenade--Musette--Solitude Scherzo "I
Evening Bells and J-... .W. C. Macfarlane
Crade Song J Tocatta.........................Faulkes
SIXTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT Saturday Evening, May 22,1915
Soloists:
Miss Leonora Allen, Soprano Miss Ada Grace Johnson, Soprano Miss Olive Kline, Soprano Mr. Lambert Murphy, Tenor Mr. Clarence Whitehill, Baritone
University Choral Union and Special Children's Chorus
"The Children's Crusade".........Pierne
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra will take part in all concerts except the Organ Recital, Saturday afternoon.
The arias to be sung will be announced later in the "Festival Journal."
The programs as given above are subject to minor changes which may become necessary.

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