Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
THE FRENCH ARMY BAND
GABRIEL PARES, Conductor
Under the Auspices of the French Government And under the Local Auspices of
The Washtenaw County War Board, Mayor E. M.
WURSTER, AND THE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC For the Benefit of Wounded French Soldiers
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan November 23, 1918, 8 o'clock
StarSpangled Banner Hymn, march and dances (Aida) Overture (Phedre)
Les Chasseresses Pastorale
Les Deux Pigeons
(b) Danse hongroise
Marches Militaires Franchises
(a) Le Chant du Depart
(b) Sambre et Meuse
Violin--Air. Debruille Piano--'Mr. Georges Fruc
Cornet Solo--Mr. Leguin
Flute--Mr. JBanduin Piano--Air. Georges Fruc
Massenet Cesar Cui
Leo Delites Doppler
THE PIANO USED IS A STEINWAY
1. The first FACULTY CONCERT in this season's series will take place Sunday afternoon, December 1, at 3 o'clock, in Hill Auditorium. The Faculty Concerts are given under the auspices of the University School of Music, and are free to the general public. Parents are re spectfully requested to refrain from bringing small children. On this date a miscellaneous program will be given by Anna Imlg, Contralto; Anthony J. lYhitniire, Violinist; and Albert Lockwood, Pianist.
2. The second concert in the CHORAL UNION SERIES will take place Saturday evening', December 14, at 8 o'clock, when LEOPOLD GODOWSKY, the distinguished Russian Pianist will appear in recital.
3. The second FACULTY CONCERT in this season's series will take place Sunday afternoon, December 15, at 3 o'clock in Hill Audi torium. A program of community music, consisting of patriotic songs and familiar hymns will be given, under the leadership of Theodore Harrison.