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UMS Concert Program, December 3, 1931: Fifty-third Annual Choral Union Concert Series -- The Revelers

UMS Concert Program, December 3, 1931: Fifty-third Annual
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Day
3
Month
December
Year
1931
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Season: 1931-1932
Concert: Fourth
Complete Series: 1977
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
CHAS1.ES A. SINK, PRESIDENT EARI. V. MOORE, MUSICAL DIRECTOR
Fourth Concert 1931-1932 Complete Series 1977
Fifty-third Annual
Choral Union Concert Series
THE REVELERS
James Melton, First Tenor Phil Dewey, Baritone
Lewis James, Second Tenor Wilpred Glenn, Bass
Frank Black, Director 'and Pianist
Thursday Evening, December 3, 1931, at 8:15
HILL AUDITORIUM, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
PROGRAM
PrEujde in G Minor ...........................................Rachmaninoff
The Drum ...........................................................Gibson
Trees ...............................................................Rasbach
The Woman in The ShoE .............................................Brown
Granpfather's Clock ..................................................Work
De Gospel Train ....................................................Spirilual
The Gingerbread Brigade...........................................de Leath
Song of the Bayou ...................................................Bloom
Marm Gkas (from the "Mississippi Suite")..............................Grofé
Hosanna .............................................................Meyer
Dancing in the Dark ..............................................Schwarta
R aquEi.................................................................King
When Yuba Plays the Rumba .....................................Hupficld
The Steinway Piano and the Skinner Organ are the ofñcial concert instruments of the University Musical Society
NOTE--Attention is called to the notice "Traffic Regulations" on the reverse side of this program.
ARS LONGA VITA BREVIS
Corning Musical Events
December 15
January 13
January 25
February 4
February 19
March 7
CHORAL UNION SERIES Hill Auditorium, 8:15 P.M., Eastern Time
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Director
Don Cossack Russian Choras Serge Jaroff, Conductor
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Dr. Rudolf Siegel, Guest Conductor
Yehudi Menuhin, Violinist Félix Dyck, Accompanist
Percy Grainger, Pianist
Rosa Ponselle, Soprano Stuart Rosa, Accompanist
SCHOOL OF MUSIC SERIES
4:15 P.M., Eastern Time (No admission charge. For obvious reasons small children will not be admitted)
December 6 Laura Littlefield, Soprano, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
December 13 "Messiah" by Handel, Hill Auditorium
University Choral Union and University Symphony Orchestra; Laura Littlefield, Soprano; Helen Kennedy Snyder, Contralto; Arthur Hackett, Tenor; Cari Lindegren, Bass.
Wednesdays Twilight Organ Recitáis
Unless otherwise announced, the programs are played by Professor Palmer Christian.
Note--All concerts begin on time and the doors will be closed during numbers. In response to numerous requests, it is respectfully suggested that hats be removed during concerts.
TRAFFIC REGULATIONS: By direction oí the Ann Arbor Pólice Department and the Buildings and Grounds División of the University, trame regulations will be enforced hereafter as follows:
Through trame will be prohibited on North University Avenue in front of the Auditorium during concerts. Taxi-cabs and buses only will be permitted to unload and load on North University Avenue in front of the Auditorium. Prívate cars will unload and load at the side entrances on Thayer and Ingalls Streets.
Also, on the occasion of intermissions, concert attendants who step outside the building intending to return for the balance of the concert, will be required to present their ticket stubs to the orficers at the outer doors, on re-entering the building.
The Ann Arbor Pólice Department, the Buildings and Grounds División, and the University Musical Society will appreciate the sympathetic co-operation of concert goers in conforming with these regulations which are intended to facilitate and simplify the problem of handling the large audiences.

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