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UMS Concert Program, November 22, 1933: Fifty-fifth Annual Choral Union Concert Series -- Vienna Choir Boys

UMS Concert Program, November 22, 1933: Fifty-fifth Annual
Choral Union Concert Series -- Vienna Choir Boys image UMS Concert Program, November 22, 1933: Fifty-fifth Annual
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Day
22
Month
November
Year
1933
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Season: 1933-1934
Concert: Third
Complete Series: 2156
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
CHARLES A. SINK, PRESIDENT EARL V. MOORE, MUSICAL DIRECTOR
Third Concert 1933-1934 Complete Series 2156
Fifty-fifth Annual
Choral Union Concert Series
VIENNA CHOIR BOYS (WIENER SAENGERKNABEN)
Rector Josef Schnitt, Dean Hans v. Urbanek, Musical Director
Wednesday Evening, November 22, 1933, at 8:15 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM I
ANNUM SANCTUM-In Adventu; Canite tuba in Sion..........C. Porta
In Nativitate Domini: Pueri concinite.........J. Handl
In Hebdomada Sancta: Adoremus te.........0. Lassus
In festo Ascensionis: 0 Rex gloriae...... . Praenestinus
In festo Pentecostes: Virtute magnam.........C. Porta
II
"Wedding by Lantern Light," A Comic Opera . . . . J. J. Offenbach
Entire Ensemble (in costume)
For synopsis of action, see the reverse side of this program.
INTERMISSION III
Stehet auf! (Arise!)...........Otto Rosenberger
Wiegenlied (Lullaby)...........Franz Burkhart
Nun will der Lenz uns gruessen (Now Spring has come to greet us)
.................Karl Pfleger
Bruederlein und Schwesterlein (Waltz from "Die Fledermaus")
................. Johann Strauss
The Steinway Piano and the Skinner Organ are the official concert instruments of the University Musical Society
ARS LONGA VITA BREVIS
WEDDING BY LANTERN LIGHT
Comic Opera By Jean Jacques Offenbach
Peter, the young owner of a large farm, has taken the guardianship of his cousin Lischen, at his uncle's request. Lischen is secretly in love with Peter and asks her uncle's advice. Peter asks a loan from his uncle. The latter promises Peter a treasure and tells him to be under the old oak in the garden when the evening bells ring, when he will find his treasure. Lischen gets the same kind of a letter from her old uncle. Two old village widows, Annemarie and Katherine, have heard of the treasure which is to belong to Peter, and are quarreling about it. Lischen, for the fun of it, seats herself beneath the old oak to await the arrival of her lover. Peter, likewise, strolls there to dig for the treasure. He sees Lischen who fell asleep on the bench, finds his uncle's letter in her hand, and recognizes in Lischen the treasure his uncle had promised him.
Coming Musical Events
Faculty Concert Series
Hill Auditorium, Sundays, 4:15 p.m.
December 3 University Symphony Orchestra. Ava Comin Case, Louise Nelson, Piano, Hanns Pick, Violoncello, Soloists. Earl V. Moore, Conductor.
December 10 Handel's "Messiah." The University Choral Union; The University Symphony Orchestra; Earl V. Moore, Conductor. (Parts I and II will be performed, and in order that the program may close on time this concert will begin at 3:30.)
Palmer Christian, University Organist, will give the program in the Twilight Organ Recital Series, Wednesday afternoon, November 29, at 4:15.
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Eugene Goosens, Conductor, ] will be heard in the Choral Union Series, Tuesday evening, December 5, ] at 8:15. Admission $1.00, $1.50, $2.00. j

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