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UMS Concert Program, November 10, 1927: Forty-ninth Annual Choral Union Concert Series -- Guy Maier And Lee Pattison

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Day
10
Month
November
Year
1927
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Season: 1927-1928
Concert: Second
Complete Series: 1624
Hill Auditorium Ann Arbor, Michigan

UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
CHARLES A. SINK. PRESIDENT EARL V. MOORE. MUSICAL DIRECTOR
Second Concert 1927-1928 Complete Series 1624
FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL
Choral Union Concert Series
HILL AUDITORIUM ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
GUY MAIER ana LEE PATTISON
Pianists Thursday Evening, November 10, 1927, at 8:00
PROGRAMME . ¦
FANTASIA AND FUGUE IN A MINOR...................... .Bach-Bauer
SONATA IN D MAJOR ............................................Mozart
Allegro molto
Andan'e con moto
Allegro vivace . . ... ... ....'.: , _ ¦ ¦ ¦
RONDO IN C MAJOR ..............................................Chopin
¦ ':',-. '." ! y .::'¦ -r.U' --r1W two 1'innos. An early work, written in Poland in his youth, it yet has the delicate and fragile charm which is so often characteristic ot ins siyie. Mr. i'aitison has carefully revised and edited the Rondo.
"TEARS" ......................................................Rachmaninoff
Tears of mankind, human tears Falling eternally, early and late Faster and faster they flow Like a fierce flood of. rain In the dull night-time of autumn. (Translation from the Russian)
CORONATION SCENE from "BORIS GODOUNOFF" Monssor.qsky-Pattison
The bells of the Kremlin in Moscow are heard, at first faintly, through the morning mist. Crowds of people gather in the square before the palace; processions are formed; a Russian folk song is chanted by the masses,; and finally, amid the jubilant ringing of bells and the cries of the populace, Czar Boris is crowned.'
INTERMISSION
WEDDING WALTZES from the Pantomime
"THE VEIL OF PIERRETTE" ....................Dohnanyi-Maier
TWO ETUDES IN G FLAT........................................Chopin
Freely arranged for two pianos by Guy Maier. , These are the familiar "Butterfly" and "Black Key' Studies which are played simultaneously on the two instruments.
PRELUDE..........................................................Poulenc
A humorous sketch hy one of the well-known group of modern French composers called "Les Six."
REMINISCENCES OF DON JUAN ...................................
It has been discovered lately that Liszt's paraphrase on themes from Mozart's "Don Giovanni" was originally written for two pianos. At present it is practically unknown in this version.
Steittway Pianos Used.
A R S L O N: G A V I T A " B RE VIS
Coming Musical Events
The Flonzaley String Quartet, Adolfo Betti, First Violin, Alfred Pochon, Second Violin, Nicholas Moldovan, Viola, Iwan D'Archambeau, Violoncello, will give the next concert in the Extra Concert Series, Monday evening, November 21.
Lea Luboshutz, Violin, and Josef Hofmann, Piano, will give a recital of violin and piano music in the Choral Union Series, Wednesday evening, November 23.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor, will give a concert in the Extra Concert Series, Monday evening, December 12.
Paul Kochanski, Violin, will give a recital in the Choral Union Series, January 18.
The St. Olaf Lutheran Choir, F. Melius Christiansen, Conductor, will give a recital in the Extra Concert Series, January 26.
The New York Symphony Orchestra, Walter Damrosch, Conductor, will give a recital in the Choral Union Series, February 1.
Myra Hess, Piano, will give a recital in the Extra Concert Series, February 13.
Feodor Chaliapin, Bass, will give a recital in the Choral Union Series, February 23.
Holders of Season Tickets (or both the Extra Concert Series and the Choral Union Series are respectfully requested to detach and present for admission at each concert the respective individual coupon from their season tickets instead of presenting the entire season ticket.
Inquiry regarding lost and found articles should be made at the office of Shirley W. Snv'th, Secretary and Business Manager of the University, in University Hall.
Traffic Regulations:--By joint order of the Police Department of Ann Arbor, and the Buildings and Grounds Department of the University, on the nights of concerts in Hill Auditorium traffic will be closed on North University Avenue between Thayer Street and Ingalls Street. Taxicabs and private cars may use the entrances on both the Thayer Street and Ingalls Street sides. Interurban buses will park on the street car tracks in front of Hill Auditorium, facing west. Local buses will park on NorthUniversity Avenue in front of the Auditorium on the Ingalls Street side, facing west.

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