Soiree (TDusicale

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Soiree (TDusicale
Soiree (TDusicale
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Guesfcav, jfebruan? 7 , 1911
8 1 5 P. M.
ij. ma. <£. a.
TREBLE
MBS.
-MISS
MRS.
MISS
MISS
MISS
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CLEF
CLUB
SOPRANI
SANDERSON REED
D E L T A WATSON'
N E T T I E GREER-TAYLOR
J A X E I R E N E BURNS
L I L L I A N ROl'RKE
H E L E N BRIGHAM-GREGG
ZITA HOLLISTER
V I R G I N I A MERGES
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COXTRALTI
M ISS C L A R A H O W E L L
MISS M A D E L I N E S T O X E
MISS M A M I E D U N N
MRS. .1. E R N E S T L A l D L A W "
MRS. R. W . S C H M E E R
MISS D O R O T H Y LEWIS
MRS. V I R G I N I A H U T C H I N S O N
MRS. ROSE R E E D - H A X S e O M B , ' D i r e c t o r
Miss
XORIXE MWCOEXER
Accompanist
tlardman Piano, courtesy Wile\ li, Allen Co
program
W A L T Z SONG. " N Y M P H S A N D F A U N S "
Bermberg
TREBLE CLEF CLUB
MISS N O R I N E W A G G E N E R . Accompanist
a
ROMANZA. ( L A G I O C O N D A ) T H E B L I N D
WOMAN'S
SONG
.
,
.
.
Ponchielli
A h ! ' t i s the voice of A n g e l b r i g h t ,
Has caused my cruel chains to sever;
W h i l e m y poor eyes, devoid o f sight,
Can see t h y features, can see t h y features never.
Yet I w o u l d offer,, ere we p a r t .
A token f r o m my heart, f r o m m y sad, g r a t e f u l
heart!
A h ! ah! t h i s rosary I give thee,
Round i t m y h e a r t f e l t prayers c l i n g .
Deign to accept the g i f t f r o m me,
I t w i l l good f o r t u n e to thee b r i n g ;
And on t h y head forever near,
Shall be my heartfelt prayer!
M ON ON A C U T
Schumann
I t seemed as t h o u g h serenely
By heav'n the earth wore kissed.
That she, so b r i g h t and queenly,
M u s t dream of heav'nty rest.
The breeze was l i g h t l y s t r a y i n g
T h r o ' cornfields w a v i n g l i g h t .
The forest leaves were s i g h i n g
And s t a r l i t was the n i g h t .
And
In
And
As
TWO
e,
my rapt soul her pinions
eager j o y outspread,
over E a r t h ' s dominions
homeward on she sped.
SONGS
"l.E CHEVALIER
BY A U G U S T A
HOLMES.
BELLE-ETOILE"
(The K n i g h t of the B e a u t i f u l Star.)
The K n i g h t of the B e a u t i f u l Star, r i d i n g t h r o u g h the
land, his courser c u t t i n g the air, is hailed by the
women w o r k i n g in the fields. They promise h i m rest
f r o m his fatigue, beautiful songs and flowers i f he
w i l l stay among them. B u t he rides on, a b r i l l i a n t
star s h i n i n g f r o m his helmet, and w i l l not be turned
f r o m his course by t h e i r allurements. Then the men
f r o m the fields loin the women and threaten h i m
w i t h i n s u l t and death i f he does not hide w i t h them.
S t i l l he charges boldly t h r o u g h them, c r y i n g they
cannot bar his way, for he wears the Star o f M o r n ing; the gods have given h i m his destiny, and his
courser leads h i m a l w a y s to g l o r y and v i c t o r y .
.1.
L ' H E U K E D'AZUR
(Free translation.)
L e t me speak to you, under the h i g h branches, where
flowers are heaped up i n thousands, a t t h i s hour,
where the moon i n l o n g w h i t e l i g h t s , makes, of these
words, a temple w i t h l u m i n o u s p i l l a r s .
L e t me. speak to you as on t h a t blessed n i g h t , when
suddenly y o u t o l d me, " I love y o u ! C a r r y me away."
When I took t h y beauty, t h y ardor, and t h y l i f e ,
when forever, m y soul gave i t s e l f to thee.
L e t me speak to you o f the eternal love, o f the
wonderful country, where we s h a l l go some day, t h o u
rocked i n m y arms, t h y snowy a r m s around me.
w i t h o u t regrets, w i t h o u t remorse, w i t h o u t f a r e w e l l ,
w i t h o u t r e t u r n . A h ! l e t me speak to y o u of the
eternal love, thou, who hast put in my heart the
l o y . that can never be destroyed."
APRIL
SONG
.
.
.
.
Newton
MISS M A D E L I N E STONE
DUET—"SLEIGHING"
Denza
MISS S T O N E and MR. A L F R E D STONE
u.
"ARIA."
W a l t z Song f r o m
• •
Romeo and
.
u.
" I LOVE BUT THEE"
e.
" E H IST'S"
.
.
.
.
Juliet
'.
Gounod
.
L a Forge
Hugo
'TIS
THE
Wolf
SPRING
Spring once more upon the air.
Hath her azure banners flaunted,
Perfumes sweet, and m e m ' r y haunted,
Wander w i s t f u l here and there.
Violets are a dream.
Soon w i l l they" awaken.
H a r k ! A f a r low harp-like tones they seem:
Ves, i t is the S p r i n g ! I. was not mistaken,
"Tis the Spring.
,1.
S Y N X O V E ' S SOXG. "Oh! to Remember"
.
Kjerulf
...
" T H E PROGGTES'
.
McGhie
LULLABY"
.
.
MISS H E L E N G O S S - W I L L I A M S
a.
A G I F T FROM YOU
.
.
.
d'Hardelot
b.
FLOODS OF S P R I N G
Rachmaninoff
e.
TRAUM DURCH DIE DAEMMERUNG
R i c h a r d Strauss
(DREAM IN THE TWILIGHT)
Spreading meads in the dusk of eve,
Tire sun has gone down, the stars appear
And I now go to the beauteous maid
Par o'er the meads, i n the dusk of eve.
Deep in the sweet jasmine bower
T h r o u g h shades of eve, to the lovers' land:
I speed -not loo fast, nor haste to leave.
I ' m led by a soft and velvet hand
At close of day. to the lovers' land
In the t w i l i g h t hlue of eve.
d.
TEXOR ARIA,
"SICILIANA"
.
t OA V A L L E R T A R U S T I C A N A )
MR. W. A. W A L T E R S .
Mascagni
a.
"SINCE
b.
"WALDWANDERUNG"
FIRST
I MET THEE'
Ruiiinsh-in
Grieg
(WOODLAND WANDERING I
M y lovely bride, m y dearest wife.
M y treasure, m y delight.
The moon above is s h i n i n g clear.
The n i g h t is calm and bright.
In solitude our love w e ' l l t e l l
Where none our j o y may know.
To forest glade then come w i t h me.
Where woodland flow'rets grow.
To forest glade then come w i t h me.
Where woodland tiow'rets grow.
Far thro' the silent, g l o w i n g n i g h t ,
I ' l l roam, my love, w i t h thee,
While perfumes sweet the breezes bear
F r o m f r a g r a n t birch and tree.
Sing, nightingale.! Shine on, O Moon!
Mow r i c h I a m tonight.
My lovely bride, m y dearest wife.
My treasure, m y delight.
My lovely bride, m y dearest w i f e ,
My treasure, my delight.
•THREE
e.
d.
C H I L D R E N PICTURES"
.
Words by Robert Louis Stevenson
Riego
"WINDY NIGHTS"
"TI.MK TO R I S E "
'SHADOW MARCH"
MISS M A D R L I N K STONK
I ' E I ! T H E SEA"
.
.
• .
.
d'lndy
TREBLE CLEF CLUB
a.
1
" S L A V E SONG"
.
" W I N D I N T H E TREES'
.
"LOVE THE PEDLAR"
.
,
.
.
.
" T H E STARS A R E F A L L I N G '
"LOVE'S
Riego
Goring-Thomas
German
Dell
DILEMMA"
Acr|ua
Richardson
MRS. W I L L I A M S
QUARTETS,
a.
h.
"Till!! MILLER'S WOOING"
Faning
" T H E C O M M O T I O N OF L O V E " W i l s o n
from
"FLORA'S
HOLIDAY"
MRS. H E L E N BRJ& H A M - G R E C O
MRS. J. E R N E S T
LA1DLAW
MR. W. A. W A L T E R S
MR. R I C H A R D L . H U G H E S

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