Complete Series: CCCLXIV
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
F. W. KELSEY, President A. A. STANLEY, Director
FORTY-THIRD SEASON FIRST CONCERT
No. CCCLXIV COMPLETE SERIES
HAROLD BAUER, Pianist
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1921, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK HILL AUDITORIUM, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
Partita in B fiat ........
(Arranged from the harpsichord by Harold Bauer) Prelude: Allemande ; Sarabande; Minuet; Gigue
Sonata Appassionata ......
Allegro assai; Andante con variazione; Finale allegro
(a) Scenes From Childhood ..... Schumann From Foreign Lands--Funny Story--Catch Me if You Can--
Childish Entreaty--Perfectly Satisfied--Great Event--Dreaming (Traumerei)--At the Fireside--The Rocking Horse-Almost Too Serious--Frightening!--Falling Asleep--The Poet Speaks
(b) Ballade in A flat ....... Chopin
(a) Etude in D flat
(b) Fountains , .
(c) Waltz Etude
Mason & Hamlin Piano Used
== FIVE ATTRACTIVE ORCHES'
THE DETROIT SYMPHON
OSSIP GABUILOWITSCH, V
WITH A CELEBRATED SOL(
SCHEDULE OF DATES
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8 ESTELLE LIEBLING
MONDAY, DECEMBER 12 RAO.UL VIDAS
MONDAY, JANUARY 23 OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20 HANS KINDLER
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27 BENDETSON NETZORG
SCHEDULE OF PR I Your attention is called to the fact that on the ba
admission to individual concerts ranges from as low as 40
which bring good music within the reach of all.
$5-O0 seats: Three center sections on the main floor ; $4.00 seats: Two side sections on the main floor an $3.00 seats: First fourteen rows in the second balci $2.00 seats: Last ten rows in the second balcony. COURSE TICKETS will be placed on PUBLIC S
at Hill Auditorium Box Office; thereafter at the Universit . MAIL ORDERS received before Friday noon, Oct
as possible to locations requested.
KAOUL VII)AS Yiolinist
CTIVE ORCHESTRA CONCERTS
IT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
IP GABKILOWITSCH, Conductor
;lebrated soloist at each
HAKS K1NDLEK Violoncellist
TO THE PUBLIC
In response to many requests the University Musical Society has enriched the Extra Concert Series by the inclusion of five orchestral programs at each of which a gifted soloist will also appear. Obviously, an undertaking of such magnitude involves heavy financial obligations. The Society hopes to make such a series an annual event. In order to do this the enthusiastic support of all who are interested in good music is invited; otherwise it will not be possible tq continue such an orchestral series as an annual event. The prices of course tickets have been placed at the lowest possible point to cover expenses, and have been based on the assumption that the auditorium will be entirely filled. Special attention is called to the fact that the seats in the upper balcony ($2.00 and $3.00 for the course) are particularly desirable for orchestral programs.
OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH ble for orchestral programs,
onductor and Piano Soloist
SCHEDULE OF PRICES
ie fact that on the basis of the course prices given below the fes from as low as 40 cents to a maximum of one dollar, prices each of all.
ions on the main floor and the first eight rows in the first balcony. 5 on the main floor and the last seven rows in the first balcony, iws in the second balcony, the second balcony.
placed on PUBLIC SALE Saturday, October 22, from 8 to 12, eafter at the Lniversity School of Music.
fore Friday noon, October 21, will be filled in advance, as near
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary,
University School of Music,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
BENDETSON JN'ETZORG Pianist
The first concert in the Extra Concert Series will be given Tuesday evening, November 8, at 8:00 o'clock, by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor; Estelle Licbling, Soprano, Soloist.
The next concert in the Choral Union Series will be given Tuesday evening, November 22, at 8:00 o'clock, by JOHN McCORMACK, Tenor.
The next concert in the Faculty Concert Series will be given Sunday afternoon, October 30, at 4:15 o'clock, complimentary to the general public.
A Series of Organ Twilight Recitals will be given during the year by Earl Vincent Moore, and other organists, at 4:15 o'clock each Thursday afternoon, complimentary to the general public.
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." All 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 second-class privileges.
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 Thayer 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.