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UMS Concert Program, October 22, 1941: Sixty-third Annual Choral Union Concert Series -- Grace Moore

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Day
22
Month
October
Year
1941
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Season: 1941-1942
Concert: First
Complete Series: 2827
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
CHARI.ES A. SINK, PRESIDENT THOR JOHNSON, CONDUCTOR
First Concert 1941-1942 Complete Series 2827
Sixty-third Annual
Choral Union Concert Series
GRACE MOORE, Soprano
Isaac Van Grove at the Piano
Wednesday Evening, October 22, 1941, at 8:30 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM
FOUR SHAKESPEARE SONGS
Orpheus with His Lute, from "Henry VIII"......Sullivan
Hark, Hark, the Lark! from "Cymbeline" . . . Castelnuovo-Tedesco
Come Away, Death! from "Twelfth Night"......Quilter
Come, Buy! from "A Winter's Tale"......Buzzi-Peccia
Phidyle...............Duparc
The cool grass and the poplar's shade invite to dreams from noontide sun. But when the fiery disk is spent and day is done, then let thine arms enfold me, Phidyle, and bliss is won.
Ouvre ton coeur (from original score of "Carmen").....Bizet
The shadows gather--stars gleam above; come, open thy heart to my love!
Waltz...............Arensky
But lately in dance I embraced thee; now silent in death dost thou sleep, while the pale moon shines in on thy pillow, and I kneel by thy side and weep.
Toi seul.............Tschaikowsky
Day comes--night falls.....I see thee everywhere . . thy image I hold in
my heart. Until death, all my songs and tenderness will be for thee!
INTERMISSION (over)
The Steinway piano and the Skinner organ are the official concert instruments of the University Musical Society
A.RS LONGA VITA BREVIS
La Maja y el ruisenor (from "Goyescas")......Granados
Danse apache (from "The Jewels of the Madonna") . . Wolf-Ferrari
Isaac van Grove
Spring Voices..............Quilter
(Dedicated to Miss Moore)
Tus ojos negros.............deFalla
What ails your bright black eyes, I cannot tell. They often wound me, yet they please me well .... They pledge so much that later they deny.
Ma Curly-Headed Babbie...........Clutsam
Serenade..............Carpenter
Aria, "Un bel di," from "Madama Butterfly"......Puccini
"One fine day we'll notice a ship on the horizon, and he will come. I do not go to meet him .... I stay upon the hillock and wait, and never weary of
the long waiting. He will call, 'Butterfly, dear baby wife of mine'.....
This will all come to pass, he will return, I know."
Arranged by Isaac Van Grove.
Choral Union Concerts
Emanuel Feuermann, Violoncellist . . . . Thursday, October 30
Cleveland Symphony Orchestra . . (Afternoon) Sunday, November 9 Artur Rodzinski, Conductor
Giovanni Martinelli, Tenor, and Ezio Pinza,
Bass...........Tuesday, November 18
Chicago Symphony Orchestra . . (Afternoon) Sunday, November 30 Frederick Stock, Conductor
Boston Symphony Orchestra.....Wednesday, December 10
Serge Koussevitzky, Conductor
Robert Casadesus, Pianist.......Monday, January 19
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra.....Tuesday, February 3
Joseph Szigeti, Violinist.......Thursday, February 19
Vronsky and Babin, Pianists . . . . . . . Tuesday, March 3
The University Musical Society announces the annual Messiah concert, Sunday afternoon, December 14, at 4:15, in Hill Auditorium. Admission, including tax, 28 and 55 cents; and
The Second Annual Chamber Music Festival, consisting of three concerts by the Roth String Quartet, January 23 and 24, in Rackham Lecture Hall. Series tickets, including tax, $2.75 and $2.20; single concerts, $1.10.

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