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Pupils of Monroe School of Music.
Etude, Schmoll; Wichtige Begebenheit, Op. 15, No. 6, Schumann; Spinning Song, Mendelssohn; Simple Confession, Francis Thome; Au Matin, Godard; Invention No. 8, Bach; Scherzo in B flat, Schubert; Rondo, Op. 51. Beethoven; 2d Concerto (violin), DeBeriot; Prelude in C minor, Chopin; Arabesque, Op. 40, Meyer-Helmund; Waldbachlein, Spindler; Impromptu, Op. 59, Francis Thome; Nocturne, Le Soupir, Strelezki; Bubbling Spring, Rive-King.

Pupils of Lawrence Yost Ammons.
Poet and Peasant Overture (4 hds.), Suppe; “Faust” Fantasia (12 hds.), Gounod Wiener Walzer (8 hds.), Gurlitt; Turkish March, “Ruins of Athens” (8 hds.), Beethoven; Valse-Arabesque, Lack; Nocturne (left hand), Scriabine; Legato Study, In the Spring, Staccato Study, Brownie’s Dance, Martin; The Rosary, Nevin; Valse Courante, Lachaume; Madrigal, Chaminade; Chant sans Paroles, Tschaikowsky; Playful Kitten, Behr; Intermede, Chaminade; Concerto in D minor, Mendelssohn.

Pupils of Mrs. Barnes.
Narcissus, Nevin; Les Bergers Watteau; Gregh; Romance in E flat, Rubinstein; Christmas Bells, Kohler; Crescendo, Lasson; Pan Pastorale, Godard; Morning Serenade (vocal), L. A. Barnes; Barchetta, Nevin; Pomponnette, Durand; The ‘Cello Player, McIntyre; Peasant’s March, Reinecke; An Evening Story, A. Tellier; Etude, Op. 25, No. 2, Chopin; To a Wild Rose, MacDowell; Chant du Soldat, A. Tellier; Aunty’s Waltz, Aletter; Romance Serenade, Wilson G. Smith; The Homeward March, Keisling.

Pupils of Strassberger Conservatories.
“Pizzicato” from Ballet, “Sylvia” (-’ hds.) (sic), Delibes; Venetian Barcarole, Op 110, Godard; “Evening Star” from “Tannhauser,” Wagner-Liszt; Serenade Espagnole, Preyer; Invitation to the Dance, Bülow-Weber; Galop Brillante (4 hds.), Sponholz; Prelude, Op. 28, No. 15, Chopin; Grand Valse Brillante. Op. 15, Chopin; Overture, “La Dame Blanche” (4 hds.), Boieldien; Polonaise, C sharp minor, Chopin; Impromptu, C sharp minor, Reinhold; Lustspiel Overture (8 hds.), Keler-Bela; Etude, D flat major, Liszt; Polonaise, E major, Liszt.

Pupils of University of Wooster.
Sonata quasi una Fantasia, Op. 27, No. 2, Beethoven; Prelude No. 8, Bach; Andante finale de Lucia (left hand alone), Donizetti-Leschetizky; Cortege Funèbre, Op. 63, No. 2, Schytte; Rondo-Gavotte (6th violin sonata), Bach; Etude, Op. 25, No. 7, Chopin; Nocturne, Op. 27, No. 2, Chopin; Chaconne, E minor, Dubois; Puck, Op. 23, Philipp; Waltz from Faust, Gounod-Liszt; Conte Bleu (Fairy Tale), Op. 122, No. 1, Chaminade; Sous les Etoiles, On. 65, No. 4, Beach; Le Prince Gracieux, Op. 65, No. 2, Beach; Sonata, Op. 42, Schubert.

Pupils of Mrs. Fannie S. Munson.
Festival Sounds, Overture (4 hds.), Nurnberg; “O Thou Sublime Sweet Evening Star” (8 hds.), Wagner-Orem; Dance, Meyer-Helmund; Ricordati, Gottschalk; Tancred, Overture (4 hds.), Rossini; Polonaise (A major), Chopin; Berceuse from “Jocelyn,” Godard; Scherzo, from Sonata, Op. 14, No. 2 Beethoven; March and Bridal Chorus, “Lohengrin” (8 hds.), Wagner-Roques; Sonata in C major (first movement), Beethoven; March of War Priests (8 hds.), Mendelssohn.

Pupils of Miss Parry Bundy.
Gracefulness, Bohm; Valse, Dennee; Dream of the Reapers, Heins; Shepherd’s Dance, Mazurka Caprice, Sartorio; Dance of the Toys, Behr; Saltarello, Beaumont; Scottish Legend, Mrs. H. H. A. Beach; Dancing Waves, Pieçonka; The Sailor’s Song, Schumann; Farandole, Raoul Pugno; Berceuse, Karganoff; Scottish Poem, Macdowell; Caprice, Mendelssohn; The Enchanted Fountain, Schytte; La Campanella, Paganini-Liszt.

Pupils of Miss Ida E. Dow.
Marche des Troubadours (4 hds.). Roubier; Rose Fay, Heins; Simple Aveu. Thome; Valse in E flat, Durand; Wedding March, Mendelssohn; Viennese Waltz, (8 hds), Gurlitt; Cavatina (6 hds.), Raff; Awakening of the Lion (4 hds.), De Konski; Neuer Frühling, Lange; Frühlingsraucshen, Sinding; Polish Dance, X. Scharwenka; The Chase, Rheinberger; Boute en Traine (8 hds.), Ketterer.

Pupils of Frederick W. Goodrich.
Hungarian March (8 hds.), Liszt; Gavotte Martiale, V. Dolmetsch; Fantasia, Op. 16. No. 1, Mendelssohn; Necklace of Gems, Wachs; Tender Episode, Carl Kern; Suite for two Pianos, Arensky; La Princesa (Danse Espagnole), Merz; Fantasi-Tarantelle, Binet; Papillon, Grieg; Andante and Rondo Capriccioso, Mendelssohn; Paraphrase on Theme from “Stabat Mater,” Rossini-Kuhe; Melody at Twilight, Atherton; L’Elegante, Wachs: Sonata Pathetique, Beethoven; Kammenoi Ostrow, Rubinstein; Cachoucha Caprice, Raff; Paraphrase on Quartet from “Rigoletto,” Verdi-Liszt.

Pupils of Dakota Conservatory of Music.
Waltz, Geibel; Morning Glories, Spaulding; Under the Mistletoe, Engelmann; Nocturne in E flat, Chopin; Song of the Lark, Tschaikowsky; Waltz Elegante, Wachs.

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