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UMS Concert Program, February 19, 1932: Fifty-third Annual Choral Union Concert Series -- Percy Grainger

UMS Concert Program, February 19, 1932: Fifty-third Annual Choral Union Concert Series -- Percy Grainger image UMS Concert Program, February 19, 1932: Fifty-third Annual Choral Union Concert Series -- Percy Grainger image
Day
19
Month
February
Year
1932
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Season: 1931-1932
Concert: Ninth
Complete Series: 2001
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
CHAHI.ES A. SINK, PRESIDEMT EARL V. MOORE, MUSICAL DIRECTO
Ninth Concert 1931-1932 Complete Series 2001
Fifty-Third Annual
Choral Union Concert Series
PERCY GRAINGER, Pianist
Friday Evening, February 19, 1932, at 8:15
HILL AUDITORIUM, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
PROGRAM
Toccata and Fucue in D Minor, for Organ___........................Bach
(Using both the Tausig and Busoni transcriptions for piano)
Partita, No. i in B fíat ................................................Bach
Prelude Allemande Sarabande
Minuets I and II Gigue
Sonata in F Minor, Opus 5 ..........................................Brahms
Allegro maestoso Andante
The gloaming falls and the moon doth shine Two hearts in love together entwine, In rapture each other embracing.--Sternau Scherzo
Intermezzo (Retrospect) Finale: Allegro moderato ma rubato
Etude in E FI.AT Minor, No. 6, Opus 10 ..............................Chopm
Etude in F Major, No. 8, Opus 10 ....................................Chofin
RAMBLE ON THE I.AST LOVE-DUET OF THE OPERA "THE RoSE-BEARER,"
by Richard Strauss ..............................................Grainger
The Arkansas Trayeler, Old FiddlEr's BrEakdown ......Set by David Guión
Management: Antonia Morse
The Steinway Piano and the Skinner Organ are the official concert instruments of the University Musical Society
ARS LONGA VITA BREVIS
Corning Musical Events
CHORAL UNION SERIES Hill Auditorium, 8:15 P.M., Eastern Time
March 7 Rosa Ponselle, Soprano
Sturt Rosa, Accompanist
May 18-21 Thirty-Ninth Annual May Festival
Six concerts; four evening and two afternoon performances The following incomplete announcement is made at this time.
Negotiations are pending with other celebrities.
Juliette Lippe, Covert Garden Opera, Soprano
Ruth Rodgers, American Oratorio Singer, Soprano
Gladys Swartout, Metropolitan Opera, Contralto
Beniamino Gigli, Metropolitan Opera, Tenor
Frederick Jagel, Metropolitan Opera, Tenor
Nelson Eddy, Philadelphia Opera, Baritone
John Charles Thomas, Chicago Civic Opera, Baritone
Chase Baromeo, Chicago Civic Opera, Bass
Palmer Christian, Organist
Earl V. Moore, and the Choral Union will present the American premiere of the "Legende of Kitej" by Rimsky Korsakoff, "The Psalms" by Strawinsky, and the "Creation" by Haydn.
Gustav Holst, British Composer-Conductor, guest conductor in the. American premiere of his own "Choral Fantasía." Words by Robert Bridges.
Frederick Stock and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra will participate.
Juva N. Higbee will direct the Children's Festival Chorus.
Complete announcements will be made when pending negotiations have been consummated.
ORGAN RECITAL
March 2 Charlotte Lockwood
Every organist who has heard Charlotte Lockwood says "Hats off to her." Her appearances have invariably met with uttnost enthusiasm. Her playing is on a par with the best of the day, and her recital here is sure to meet with unqualified success.
The recital of February 24 will be played by Palmer Christian.

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