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The Dallas School of Music, Mrs. A. E. Smythe, director, gave a Midsummer Recital July 28th.

Mr. Frank B. Williams, of Newark, N. J., will give some organ recitals at the St. Louis Fair next year.

Mr. J. J. Davis sends us two interesting programs given by his pupils, June 30th and July 1st, at Calumet, Mich.

Mrs. E. P. Fitzgerald gave a recital and a concert July 10th and 11th at Fond du Lac, Wis., assisted by some of her pupils.

We have received a very interesting descriptive pamphlet about the work of the Chicago Piano College, Mr. Charles E. Watt, director.

Rockford, Wash., reports the organization of a Musical Club, which will work for the improvement of the musical interests of the town.

Mrs. J. W. Yarndlet, of Honolulu, sends us five recital programs given by her pupils and those of Prof. J. H. Amme, June 22d to 25th.

Mr. Harry S. Martin gave an organ recital in St. Paul’s Church, Rahway, N. J., July 7th. He was assisted by the vested choir of the church.

Young’s Female College, Thomasville, Ga., will offer good advantages to music-students this season. Miss Mary Merrill is in charge of the department.

Miss Frances Hart, of New York City, has been appointed soprano soloist of the First Presbyterian Church, Butte, Mont., of which Mr. E. C. Hall is organist.

The choir of the Methodist Church, Mansfield, O., thirty-one voices, under the direction of W. H. Pontius gave their annual midsummer concert July 21st. An orchestra of ten pieces assisted.

We have been pleased to note the activity of choral societies in the Middle West. We have received a fine lot of programs from the Tarkio, Mo., Oratorio Society, Mr. F. W. Mueller, conductor.

Mrs. Katherine Peeples’ class gave interesting recitals during the summer. The junior and advanced pupils gave separate programs. A feature of the recitals was the work of the ensemble classes.

Mr. Emil Liebling gave a concert of chamber music for his summer pupils August 8th in Kinnball Hall, Chicago, assisted by Messrs. Earl R. Drake, violinist, and C. Klammsteiner, ‘cellist. The program included Mendelssohn’s Sonata for Piano and ‘Cello, Op. 35; Beethoven’s Violin Sonata, Op. 47; and Bargiel’s Trio, Op. 6.


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