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UMS Concert Program, March 9, 1923: Choral Union Series -- Guy Maier And Lee Pattison

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Day
9
Month
March
Year
1923
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Season: 1922-1923
Concert: SIXTH
Complete Series: CCCXC
Hill, Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Francis V. Kelsey ----President Harry B. Hutchins Vice-President
Durand V. Springer ----Secretary Levi D. Wines -----Treasurer
G. Frank Allmendinger Shirley W. Smith
Marion LeRoy Burton Albert A. Stanley
James Inglis Victor C. Vaughn
Horace G. Prettyman James H. Wads
Lockwood, Acting Director of the University School of Music Earl V. Moore, Acting Director of the University Choral Union Charles A. Sink, Business Manager
FORTY-FOURTH SEASON SIXTH CONCERT
No. CCCXC COMPLETE SERIES
GUY MAIER AND LEE PATTISON, PIANISTS
FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1923, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK HILL AUDITORIUM, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
PROGRAM
I.
Fantasia and Fugue in A minor................................Bach-Bauer
Prelude, Fugue and Variation................................Cesar Franck
Scherzo, Op. 87...............................................Saint-Sains
II. Variations on a theme by Beethoven............................Saint-Saens
III.
Barcarolle ................................................. Rachmaninoff
Pupazzetti......................................................Casella
(To be played without pause)
1. Serenade
2. Berceuse
3. Polka
Valse..........................................................Arensky
Sclierzo........................................................ Arensky
A Jazz Study...................................................B. B. Hill
The Orgy....................................................... Iljinsky
The Pianos used by Messrs. Maier and Pattison are Chickerings. The Piano used by Mr. Maurice Demesnil, soloist, with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra on February 19 was also a Chickering.
Management--Daniel Mayer
This suite by Alfredo Casella, with its free use of dissonance, is typical of the young Italian school of composers. The Serenade and Polka are bits of ironic humor and are not to be taken too seriously. The Berceuse, however, is written in a different vein and is a most exquisite example of modern tone painting.
MAY FESTIVAL
HILL AUDITORIUM -ANN ARBOR
WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 16 FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 18
MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAM Benlamino Gigll, Tenor soloist The Chicago Symphony Orchestra The University Choral Union Frederick Stock and Earl V. Moore, Conductors
THURSDAY EVEN.NG, MAY ,7
HOLST EVENING
Mabelle Addison, Contralto, and Erna Eubinstein, Violinist, Soloists The Chicago Symphony Orchestra The University Choral Union Gustav Hoist, Frederick Stock, and Earl V. Moore, Conductors
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 18
CHILDREN'S CONCERT
Suzanne Keener, Soprano, and Arthur Kraft, Tenor, soloists Chorus of School Children George Oscar Bowen, Conductor
ARTIST PROGRAM
Florence MacBeth, Soprano, and Guiseppe Danise, Baritone The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Frederick Stock, Conductor
Ernest Schelling, Pianist The Chicago Symphony Orchestra The University Choral Union Frederick Stock, Conductor
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 19
SAMSON AND DELILAH--SAINT-SAENS
Jeanne Gordon, Contralto Charles Marshall, Tenor Clarence Whitehill, Baritone Henri Scott, Bass-Baritone The Chicago Symphony Orchestra The University Choral Union Frederick Stock, Conductor
TICKETS
Course tickets may be ordered by mail The orders will be filled in the order of receipt and tickets will be mailed out about April 1, by ordinary mail at purchasers' risk unless accompanied by 10 cents additional for registration.
In case of oversubscription for any block or for the house the right is reserved to transfer to another block or to refund purchase price as necessity may demand.
BLOCK "A," Remaining seats in the three center sections on the Main Floor, and in the first ten rows of the first balcony, $7.00 each.
BLOCK "B." Remaining seats in the two side sections on the Main Floor, and in the last five rows of the First Balcony, $6.00 each.
BLOCK "C." Remaining seats in the Second Balcony Front (S rows). $5.50 each. BLOCK "D." Remaining seats in the Second Balcony Rear, $5.00 each.
IMPORTANT. If Festival Coupons from Choral Union Tickets are returned deduct $3.00 from prices given above.
Address all orders to and make all remittances payable to Charles A. Sink, Secretary, University School of Music.
m; ANN ARBOR PRESS

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