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UMS Concert Program, November 13, 1920: Extra Concert Series -- The United States Marine Band

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Day
13
Month
November
Year
1920
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Season: 1920-1921
Concert: SECOND
Complete Series: CCCL
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

F. W. KELSEY, President
A. A. STANLEY, Director
SECOND SEASON
SECOND CONCERT
No. CCCL COMPLETE SERIES
THE UNITED STATES MARINE BAND
CAPTAIN WILLIAM H. SANTELMANN, LEADER
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1920, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
HILL AUDITORIUM, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
PROGRAM
Overture--"Tannhauser" ....... Wagner
Nocturne--"Dream of Love" ....... Liszt
Cornet Solo--"Arbucklinian" ...... Hartman
MUSICIAN ARTHUR S. WHITCOME
Invitation to the Dance ..... Weber-Weingartner
(transcribed for military band fy wm. h. santelmann)
INTERMISSION Prologue--"Pagliacci" ....... Leoncavallo
Concerto for Two Violoncellos ...... Rummer
MUSICIANS FRITZ MUELLER AND GEROLD SCHON
Southern Rhapsody ........ Hosmer
Second Polonaise ......... Liszt
"the star-spangled banner"
The next concert in the FACULTY CONCERT SERIES (complimentary) will be given by THE UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, S. P. LOCKWOOD, CONDUCTOR; MARIAN STRUBLE, VIOLINIST, tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
The next concert in the EXTRA CONCERT SERIES will be given by PERCY GRAINGER, PIANIST, Thursday evening, December 2.
The next concert in the MATINEE MUSICALS SERIES will be given by SASCHA JACOBINOFF, February 8 (High School).
The next concert in the CHORAL UNION SERIES will be given by JAN KUBELIK, VIOLINIST, Monday evening, December 13.
The Ann Arbor Art Association announces an exhibition of Marine Paintings by Charles H. Woodbeery, in Alumni Memorial Hall, November 4 to 30, 2 to 5 p. m. daily.
Traffic Regulation.--By order of the Police Department, on the nights of Concerts, vehicles of all kinds will be prohibited on North University Avenue between Thayer and Ingalls Streets; Taxi-cabs must park on the West side of Trayer street, facing south between North University Avenue and Washington Street; Private autos may be parked on Ingalls and Washington Streets. Persons on foot are requested to refrain from leaving from the Taxi-cab entrance at the Thayer Street side of the Auditorium.
Lost Articles should be enquired for at the office of Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University, in University Hall, where articles found should be left.
1920 CONCERT COURSES 1921
FORTY-SECOND ANNUAL CHORAL UNION SERIES
December 13--JAN KUBELIK, Violinist January 24--DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA February 24--MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA March 7--DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
MARCIA VAN DRESSER, Soprano MAY--FOUR DAYS--SIX CONCERTS--ANNUAL MAY FESTIVAL
SECOND ANNUAL EXTRA CONCERT SERIES
December 2--PERCY GRAINGER, Pianist
January 10--FLONZALEY QUARTET
February 28--NEW YORK CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY
FACULTY CONCERT SERIES
A series of concerts, complimentary to the general public, will be given in Hill Auditorium on Sunday afternoons at 3 o'clock by members of the faculty of the University School of Music and other artists, on the following dates:
November 14, December 5, December 12, January 9, January 16, January 31, February 13, February 27, March 13, March 27, April 3.
SECOND ANNUAL MATINEE MUSIC ALE SERIES
The University Musical Society also commends to the favorable consideration of its patrons the excellent concert course to be given in High School Hall, announced by the Matinee Musicale, as follows:
February 8--SASCHA JACOBINOFF, Violinist
March 22--DETROIT SYMPHONY STRING QUARTET
YPSILANTI NORMAL CHOIR (date to be announced)
For further information regarding this course, please communicate with Mrs. L. A. Strauss, 1601 Cambridge Road.
THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY is organized under an Act of the State of Michigan, providing for the incorporation of Associations not for pecuniary profit. Its purpose is "to cultivate the public taste for music". Ail fees are placed at the lowest possible point compatible with sound business principles, the financial side serving but as a means to an educational and artistic end, a fact duly recognized by the Treasury Department of the United States by exempting from War-tax, admissions to concerts given under its auspices, and by the United States Postoffice Department in admitting its publications to secondclass privileges.

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