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UMS Concert Program, February 13, 1922: The Ukrainian National Chorus -- Alexander Koshetz

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Day
13
Month
February
Year
1922
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Season: 1922-1923
Concert: FIFTH
Complete Series: CCCLXXXVIII
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Aibekt Lockwood, Acting Director of the University School of Music Earl V. Moore, Acting Director of the University Choral Union
BOARD OP DIRECTORS
Francis W. Kelsey ----President Harry B. Hutchins Vice-President
Durand W. Springer ----Secretary LEvi D. Wines -----Treasurer
G. Frank Aixmendinger Shirley W. Smith
Marion LeRoy Burton Albert A. Stanley
James Inglis Victor C. Vaughn
Hokace G. Prettyman James H. Wade
Charles A. Sink, Business Manager
FORTY-FOURTH SEASON FIFTH CONCERT
No. CCCLXXXVIII COMPLETE SERIES
THE UKRAINIAN NATIONAL CHORUS
ALEXANDER KOSHETZ, Conductor
JOINTLY WITH
MLLE. ODA SLOBODSKAJA
Soprano of the Petrograd Opera
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1922, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK HILL AUDITORIUM, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
PROGRAM
Part I
Libretto Number
Our Lady of Potshaiv.............................................Leontovich 2
From the Mountains and the Valleys ................................Stetzenko 27
Ulianka Cut the Silken Grass ......................................Stupnitsky 25
Early Morning .....................................................Stupnitsky. 10
Shtchedryfe ........................................................Leontovich 16
The Ukrainian National Chorus
Part II.
Aria from the Opera "Russan and Ludinila" .............................Glinka 129
Look, Pretty Maiden .............................................Dargomijsky 15'8
The Dream ........................................................Glazounoff 149
Arioso from the Opera "Opritchnik" ..............................Tchaikowsky 142
Mile. Oda Slobodskaja
Program Continued on Next Page
PROGRAM--Continued Part III
Hey! Near Boryshpol .................................................Koshetz 58
Poor Hawthorne ......................................................Koshetz 52
Evening ............................................................Koshetz 61
Kolomeika...........................................................Kolessa 62
Lullaby...................................................Barvinsky-Koshetz 81
The Ukrainian National Chorus
Part IV
Divinite du Styx ........................................................Gluck
Der Kuss ...........................................................Beethoven
Aria from "Tosca" .....................................................Puccini
Aria from "Cid" .....................................................Massenet
Mile. Oda Slobodskaja
Part V
A Violin is Playing in the Street ......................................Koshetz 49
Hey! I am a Cossack of Ukrainia ......................................Koshetz 56
I Sat Spinning, Spinning ...........................................Leontovich 41
Woe is Me ............................................................Koshetz 45
The Shoes ..........................................................Lyssenko 42
The Ukrainian National Chorus
At the Piano -M. Nicholas Stember
Steinway Piano Used Exclusively Hecords Exclusively for Brunswick
LIBRETTO--In order to enable the public to fully appreciate the program, a Libretto containing translations and music themes--mostly heretofore unpublished-is on sale in the Theatre.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
GUY MAIER AND LEE PATTISON, Pianists, will give the next concert in the CHORAL UNION SERIES, Friday, March 9.
THE NEXT FACULTY CONCERT, announced for February 18, will be omitted.
THE DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, OSSIP GABRILOWIT.SCH, Conductor, MAURICE DUMESNIL, Pianist, will give the next concert in the EXTRA CONCERT SERIES, Monday, February 19.
TWILIGHT ORGAN RECITALS will take place regularly every Wednesday at 4:15 o'clock, beginning February 21.
THE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC offers instruction in all branches of music. For catalogue call at office, Maynard Street.
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.
THE THIRTIETH ANNUAL MAY FESTIVAL
The dates are May 16, 17, 18, 19, 1923: Six concerts will be given, four evening programs, and matinees on the 18th and 19th.
Artists have been engaged as follows. The names of other artists will be announced later:
GIUSEPPE D ANISE, (Metropolitan Opera Company), baritone BENL4MIN0 GIGLI, (Metropolitan Opera Company), tenor JEANNE GORDON, (Metropolitan Opera Company), contralto SUSANNE KEENER, (Metropolitan Opera Company), soprano FLORENCE MACBETH, (Chicago Opera Company), soprano CHARLES MARSHALL, (Chicago Opera Association), tenor ERNA RUBINSTEIN, Violinist ERNEST SCHELLLNG, Pianist
HENRI SCOTT, (Late of Metropolitan Opera Company), bass-baritone CLARENCE WHITEHILL, (Metropolitan Opera Company), baritone
The following organizations will participate:
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION (350 voices)
THE CHILDREN'S CHORUS (500 voices)
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (70 pieces)
The following Conductors will direct:
FREDERICK STOCK, EARL VINCENT MOORE, GEORGE OSCAK
BOWEN, and GUSTAV HOLST, the distinguished British composerconductor who will make a special trip from London to conduct the American premiere of his "HYMN OF JESUS".
The right is reserved to make such changes in the personnel of artists and the character of the programs as necessity may require.
Course tickets may be ordered by mail as follows:
1. Subscribers of record to "patrons' tickets" for the Choral Union Series may retain their present locations provided they return their "Festival coupons" with remittance at the rate of $4.00 each to the School of Music not later than Saturday, March 3. After this date, for obvious reasons, all rights to particular locations will be forfeited.
2. Other holders of "Festival Coupons" may secure Course Festival reservations by returning their coupons and remittance at the rate of $2.00, $2.50, 3.00, or $4.00 additional, depending upon the location.
3. Those who do not have Festival Coupons or who desire additional r.ourse tickets should remit at the rate of $5.00, $5.50, $6.00, or $7.00.
4. Orders will be filed and filled in order of receipt, and tickets will be mailed out about April 1st, by ordinary mail at purchaser's risk, unless registration fee of 10 cents additional is inclosed. In so far as possible seats will be assigned in the location requested, but obviously this cannot be done in all cases. Address all orders and make all remittances payable to Charles A. Sink, Secretary, University School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
THE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Maynard Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan ALBERT LOCKWOOD, Acting Director
The Second Semester will begin Monday, February 12. Students should enroll in advance of that date in order to avoid confusion and loss of lessons.
Instruction is offered in practically all branches of practical and theoretical music. Students may elect full courses leading to graduation, or, with the permission of the Director, they may "take lessons" in some particular subject, such as Voice, Piano, Violin, Organ, etc.
University students and students of the Ann Arbor High School may take work in music and receive regular credit in the respective institutions. Those interested should confer with the Dean of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, the Principal of the High School, or with the Director of the School of Music
The Faculty of the School includes:
Albert Lockwood, Head of Pianoforte Department.
Mrs. George B. Rhead,
Mrs. Emma Fischer Cross,
Miss Nell B. Stockwell,
Miss Edith B. Koon,
Miss Martha Merkle,
Miss Clara Lundell.
Miss Grace Richards,
Instructors in Piano.
Mr. William Wheeler, Head of Vocal Department. Mrs. William Wheeler, Miss Nora Crane Hunt, Miss Maude Charlotte KlEyn, Mrs. Grace Johnson Konold,
Miss Nora Wetmore,
Instructors in Voice. ,
Mr. Samuel Pierson Lockwood, Head of Violin Department. Mr. Anthony J. Whitmirk,
Miss Marian Struble,
Instructors in Violin.
Mr. Earl V. Moore, Head of Organ and Theory Department. Mr. Harry Russell Evans, Instructor in Organ. Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher, Dean of Women,
Mrs. Helen Snyder,
Instructors in Theory.
Mr. George Oscar Bowen, Head of Public School Methods Department. Ms. Wilfred Wilson, Head of Wind Instruments Department. Mr. Marion C. Wier, Head of Violoncello Department.
For catalogue or special information, please call at the office, or address Charles A. Sink, Secretary

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