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UMS Concert Program, October 18, 1926: Frieda Hempel --

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Day
18
Month
October
Year
1926
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Concert: First
Complete Series: CCCCLI
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

UNIVERSITYMUSICAL-SOCIETY
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Forty-eighth Season First Concert
No. CCCCLI Complete Series
FRIEDA HEMPEL
Assisting Artists: Rudolph Gruen, Pianist Ewald Haun, Flute
Rill Auditorium, Aun Arbor, UJirifiaau
MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1926, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
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PROGRAM
RONDO CAPRICCIOSO...........................................Mendelssohn
Mr. Gruen
(A) MY MOTHER BIDS ME BIND MY HAIR........................Haydn
(B) ARIA FROM THE "MARRIAGE CANTATA"......................Bach
Miss Hempel (With Flute Obbligato)
THEME AND VARIATIONS...........................................Proch
Miss Hempel (With Flute Obbligato)
(A) PRELUDE IN G MINOR..........................................Gruen
(B) PRELUDE IN B FLAT MINOR...................................Chopin
Mr. Gruen
(A) AVE MARIA...................................................Schubert
(B) DER SCHMIED................................................Schumann
1 C) LULLABY .........................................................Regcr
!.D) I HAVE A LOVER TRUE..........................................Wolf
Miss Hempel
SPIRALE ...............................................................Donjon
Mr. Haun FOLK SONGS:
(A) GSAETZLI ....................................................Swiss
(B) COUCOU, CANARI JALOUX..............................Neuchatcl
(C) WAY DOWN UPON THE SWANEE RIVER................Foster
(D) LAUTERBACH .............................................Alsatian
Miss Hempel
Steinway Piano Used. Victor Records.
Tour Under the Direction of Baldini & Tremairie, Steinway Hall, New York, N. Y.
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TEXTS OF SONGS
My Mother Bids Me Bind My Hair............................Haydn
My mother bids me bind my hair, With bands of rosy hue, Tie up my sleeves with ribbands rare, And lace my bodice blue.
For why, she cries, sit still and weep While others dance and play, Alas! I scarce can go or creep While Lubin is away.
'Tis sad to think the days are gone, When those we love are near! I sit upon this mossy stone And sigh when none can hear.
And while I spin my flaxen thread And sing my simple lay, The village seems asleep or dead Now Lubin is away.
Aria from the "Marriage Cantata".............................Bach
Oh, happiness is found,
When through Heaven's favours
Two souls attain a bliss
Adorned with glittering happiness.
To love--gay to be of heart So beautiful it is.
Here swell the waves
The swaying palms murmur
On their lips, on their breasts.
Theme and Variations........................................Proch
Whence cometh this longing O fond heart make plain. What brings teardrops thronging Brings pleasure and pain
'Tis love, only love, gives gladness and tears, And love, only love, that blesses and cheers;
Love, only love, 'tis love, alone, yes, alone, And love alone, and only love, and only love, 'Tis love that cheers.
Ave Maria................................................Schubert
Ave Maria! Maiden mild! Listen to a maiden's prayer 1
For Thou canst hear though from the wild,
'Tis Thou canst save amid despair, amid despair,
Safe may we sleep beneath Thy care,
Though banished outcast and reviled,
O Maiden, see a maiden's sorrow,
O Mother, hear a suppliant child 1
Ave Maria.
Der Schmied (The Smith)................................Schumann
My love I can hear; Beside his black forge
His hammer is banging Is standing my lover
And clashing and clanging! . And yet I cross over Afar it resoundeth, For bellows are roaring
Like church bells it soundeth And round him are pouring
Through alley and square. The flame they disgorge.
Lullaby....................................................Reger
Amid the roses Mary sits
And rocks her Jesus child
While amid the tree tops
Sighs the breeze so warm and mild
And softly, sweetly sings
A bird upon the bough.
Ah Baby sleep, dear one Slumber now.
Happy is thy laughter
Holy is thy silent rest
Lay thy head in slumber .,
Fondly on thy mother's breast. Â

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