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UMS Concert Program, November 18, 1941: Sixty-third Annual Choral Union Concert Series -- Giovanni Martinelli

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Day
18
Month
November
Year
1941
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Season: 1941-1942
Concert: Fourth
Complete Series: 2830
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
CHARLES A. SINK, PRESIDENT THOR JOHNSON, CONDUCTOR
Fourth Concert 1941-1942 Complete Series 2830
Sixty-third Annual
Choral Union Concert Series
GIOVANNI MARTINELLI, Tenor EZIO PINZA, Bass
Fritz Kitzinger at the Piano
Tuesday Evening, November 18, 1941, at 8:30 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM
An die Musik........... Schubert
Die Mainacht............ Brahms
Ch'ella mi creda, from "Girl of the Golden West" . . . Puccini
Giovanni Martinelli
Tu lo sai.............Torelli
Lungi dal caro bene...........Sarti
Ich grolle nicht...........Schumann
Der Atlas............Schubert
EZIO PlNZA
"O Paradiso," from "L'Africana"......Meyerbeer
Mr. Martinelli
INTERMISSION
Velvet Shoes.........Randall Thompson
Thunderin', Wonderin' (Negro Spiritual) .... MacGimsey
Nebbie.............Respighi
"II lacerato spirito," from "Simon Boccanegra" .... Verdi
Mr. Pinza
Apres un reve............ Faure
Ariette.............. Vidal
"La fleur que tu m'avais jetee," from "Carmen" .... Bizet
Mr. Martinelli
Duet: I Mulattieri...........Masini
Mr. Martinelli and Mr. Pinza
Note--Mr. Martinelli has been heard in the Choral Union and May Festival Series on thirteen previous occasions, the last time, May 11, 1940. Mr. Pinza has been heard in the same series on our previous occasions: October 19, 1935; May 14 and; IS, 1937; and May 12, 1939.
The Steinway is the official piano of the University Musical Society
ARS LONGA VITA BREVIS
Second Annual Chamber Music Festival
Three Concerts, January 23 and 24 In Rackham Lecture Hall
THE ROTH STRING QUARTET
Feri Roth, Violin Rachmael Weinstock, Violin
Julius Shaier, Viola Oliver Edel, Violoncello
Friday, 8:30: Quartet in D major (Haydn); Quartet in F (Ravel); Quartet in A minor (Schumann).
Saturday, 2:30: Quartet in D major (Tchaikovsky); Andantino, En Bateau, and Menuet (Debussy); String Quartet in G minor (Boccherini).
Saturday, 8:30: String Quartet in D major (Mozart); Four Preludes and Fugues (Harris); String Quartet in F major (Beethoven).
Series tickets (including tax), $2.75 and $2.20; single concerts, $1.10. Now on sale.
Annual "Messiah" Concert
Sunday, December 14, 4:IS p.m. SOLOISTS
Marie Wilkins, Soprano Edwina Eustis, Contralto
Ernest McChesney, Tenor Douglas Beattie, Bass
Palmer Christian, Organist
University Symphony Orchestra
University Choral Union
Thor Johnson, Conductor
Reserved seat tickets, including tax: Main floor, SS cents; balconies, 28 cents. Now on sale.
Choral Union Concerts
Chicago Symphony Orchestra . . . . Sunday, 3 p.m. November 30 Frederick Stock, Conductor
Program: Suite No. 2 in B minor (Bach); "On the Shores of Sorrento" from Symphonic Fantasia, "Aus Italien" (Strauss); Fantasia, "Francesca da Rimini" (Tchaikovsky); Variations on an Original Theme, Op. 36 (Elgar); Capriccio Espagnol (Rimski-Korsakov).
Boston Symphony Orchestra.....Wednesday, December 10
Serge Koussevitzky, Conductor
Robert Casadesus, Pianist . . . . . . . . Monday, January 19
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra.....Tuesday, February 3
Dimitri Mitropoulos, Conductor
Program: Overture, "Academic Festival" (Brahms); Symphony No. 3 in F major (Brahms); Suite, "Le Tombeau de Couperin" (Ravel); Toccata No. 1 in C major (Bach-Weiner).
Joseph Szigeti, Violinist.......Thursday, February 19
Vronsky and Babin, Pianists.......Tuesday, March 3
A limited number of tickets for the season or for individual concerts are still available.
Orders for tickets for any of these concerts should include self-addressed stamped envelope, and should be mailed to University Musical Society, Charles A. Sink, President, Burton Memorial Tower, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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