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Concert Programmes.

” And when the world shall link your names
    With gracious lives and manners fine,
The teacher shall assert her claims,
    And proudly whisper, These were mine.”

— Whittier.

 

Soirée Musicale. Pupils of Mrs. Mary McDowall, Bastrop, Texas.
Piano Duo, Norma, Bellini—Smith; Song Duett, Beautiful Moonlight, Glover; Lieder ohne Worte, Op. 19, Mendelssohn; La Clochette, De Grau; Martha, Flotow—Bezer; Chanson des Alps, Ryder; Pizzicato Polka, Strauss; Der Freischutz, Weber—Leybach; Vocal Solo, Marguerite, White; Faust, Gounod—Leybach; Vocal Quartette, Beautiful Love, White; Piano Duo, Sleigh-ride Galop, Treloar.

Alfred University, Alfred, N. Y. W. Williams, Musical Director.
Impromptu, G minor, Serenata, D major, Moszkowski; Pastorale, E minor, ScarlattiTausig; Nocturne, F minor, Tschaikowsky; Impromptu, Op. 90, No. 4, Schubert; “Rolling in Foaming Billows,” “Creation,” Haydn; Valse, Op. 34, No. 2, Polonaise, Op. 40, No. 1, Chopin; Sonata, Op. 31, No. 3, Beethoven.

Colby Academy. Miss E. M. Greenwood, Teacher.
Part First.
—Chorus, Laughing Song, Blumenthal; Piano Duet, Le Prophête, Meyerbeer—Krug; Aria, “He shall feed His flock like a Shepherd,” Handel; Piano Solo, Sonata, Op. 7, (a) Largo, (b) Allegro, (c) Rondo, Beethoven; Song, Schnsucht (Longings), Rubinstein; Piano Duet, Valse de Venzano, Rummel; Vocal Duet, “Abide with me,” arranged from Donizetti.
Part Second.—Chorus, (a) “Fair is the Night,” Macy; (b) “Now the Day is Over,” Barnby; Piano Duet, Polacca Brilliante, Op. 72, Weber; Song, “Who treads the path of duty,” Mozart; Song, “Burst, Ye Apple Buds,” Emery; Piano Solo, Rhapsodie Hongroise—Le Carnival of Pesth, Liszt; Song, “Who Knows?” Clay; Piano Quartette, Military March, Op. 51, No. 1, Schubert; Chorus, “For God so Loved the World,” McGranahan.

Hillsdale College, Michigan. M. W. Chase, Musical Director.
Piano, Ballade, Op. 47, Chopin; Piano, Sonata, Op. 31, No. 1 Allegro Vivace, Beethoven; Piano, Rondo Capriccioso, Op. 14, Mendelssohn; Piano, Movement Perpetuel, Sonata Op. 24, Weber; Piano, Sonata, Op. 10, No. 2, Dussek; Piano, Polacca Brillante, Op. 72, Weber; Exercises of the graduates in music, M. W. Chase, Principal Musical Department.

Fifth Piano Recital by Pupils of Mrs. George F. Leslie, Waltham, Mass.
Overture, “Fra Diavolo,” Decourcelle; Sonatina, No. 3, Clementi; Le Petite Fleur, Voss; Piano Duet, Rose-bud Polka, Behr; Vocal Duet, On Mossy Banks, Gilbert; Spring Song, Mendelssohn; La Fontaine, Bohm; Play Day, Lange; Piano Duet, Song of the Waves, Raff; Vocal, Hither, Fairies, Double Trio, Tully; Fantasie, By Silent Hearth at Winter-tide, Lange; Valse Brillante, A flat, Chopin; Faust Fantaisie, Leybach; Vocal Duet, When Life is Brightest, Pinsuti; Novellette, F major, Schumann; Tarantelle, S. B. Whitney; Overture, “Figaro,” Eight Hands, Mozart; Vocal Trio, Rest Thou on this Mossy Pillow, Smart.

Drew Ladies’ Seminary. S. O. Spencer, Musical Director.
Part First.— Part Song, “The Spring,” R. Wurst; Piano Duet, Scherzo, Op. 19, F. Sponholtz; Song, “Forever with the Lord,” Ch. Gounod; Piano Solo, Polonaise in E major, Liszt; Song, “Out on the Deep,” Fr. N. Lohr; Part Song, “Live we Singing,” M. Hauptmann.
Part Second.—Trio, “Where are the Angels, Mother,” J. L.Hatton; Yiolin, Je suis le petit Tambour, Op. 5, Ferd. David; Song, “Far from Home,” Paul Henrion; Piano, Mouvement Perpetuel, C. M. von Weber; Song, “Thou Wondrous Youth,” Fr. Abt; Piano Duet, Faust Waltz, Liszt; Part Song, “Haymakers,” A. H. Behrend.

West Walnut Street Young Ladies’ Seminary, Philadelphia. Pupils of Charles F. Blandner, Director of Music.
Piano Quartette, Academical Festival Overture, J. Brahms; Second Part of Leonora Symphonie, Raff; King’s Hussaren March, Leonard; Excelsior Gallop, Blandner; Duos for Two Pianos, Tarantella, Bruell; Serenade, Loew; Piano Solos: Second Rhapsodie Hongroise, Liszt; Scherzo, B minor, Chopin; Vocal: Lascia Chio Pianga, Handel; Light of My Soul, Lupas.

Mrs. Hyde’s School, Binghamton, N. Y. Jos. Raff, Musical Director.
Overture, Dame Blanche, Boieldieu; Chorus, “Voices of the Woods,” Rubinstein; Caprice Brilliante, Mendelssohn; “If loved by Thee,” Denza; Boleorso, Joachim Raff; Piano Duet, Spanish Dances, Moszkowski; Chorus, Spencer; Quartette, “Lenora,” March, Joachim Raff.

 

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