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WAGNER'S MUSIC DRAMA

WILL BE PERFORMED IN THE

HARVARD STADI UM

ON FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 4

(IF RAINY, THE NEXT FAIR EVENING)

- THE CAST

BRUNNHILDE - - - - Mme. GADSKI ERDA - - - Mme. SCHUMANN-HEINK WALDVOGEL - - - Mme. ALMA GLUCK MIME - - - - Mr. ALBERT REISS

THE WANDERER Mr. CLARENCE WHITEHILL

ALBERIC - - - - Mr. OTTO CORITZ FAFNER - - - - Mr. BASIL RUYSDAEL SIEGFRIED - -

Mr. ALFRED HERTZ, Conductor,

with an augmented orchestra from the Metropolitan Opera House,

New York.

The price of seats to subscribers will be $2.50 and $2.00; Boxes, seating six, will be $40., $35., $30. Subscriptions will be received now and until April 1st, and will be filled at above prices in the order of their receipt. After April 1st, the unsold seats will be offered to the General Public at $3.00 and $2.50. In order to perfect the acoustics, a large shell or sound-board will be built. Orders should be sent, and checks should be made payable to M. STEINERT & SONS CO., Steinert Hall, Boston, Mass.

S. KRONBERG - a- - General Manager

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STEINERT HALL
TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 16, at 8.15
FOURTH AND LAST CONCERT

THE KNEISEL OUARTET

Program—Quartet in-A minor, Op. 51, No. 2, Brahms—Sextet in D minor, Op. 4, for two Violins, two Violas, and two Violoncellos (Verklärte Nacht), First time in Boston, Arnold Schönberg—Two movements from Quartet in C minor, Op. 2 (New) (by request), Zoltan-Kodály—Quintet in C major, for two Violins, Viola, and two Violoncellos, Boccherini.

Mr. SAMUEL GARDNER, Viola
Mr. HYMAN EISENBERG, Wioloncello
Assisting

Tickets, $1.50, $1.00, and 75c., Symphony and Steinert Halls

MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 22, at 3.30
Mr. JOHN CRAIG KELLEY, Accompanist
Tickets will be on sale March 8

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CHINESE PLAY “The Adventures of Don-Son”

Given in their own language by the Chinese Students of Harvard
University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Wellesley and
Radcliffe.
COPLEY HALL, MARCH 12, at 8 o'clock
Tickets, $2.00, $1.50, and $1.00, on Sale at Copley Hall

nder the Auspices of

U THE COPLEY SOCIETY and the CHINESE STUDENTS ALLIANCE

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SYMPHONY HALL 5 FRIDAY EVENINGS 5 SATURDAY AFTERNOONS BEGINNING FEBRUARY 26-27

Two Courses Exactly Alike

IAN

TRAVEL TALKS

Exquisite Color Views Wonderful Motion Pictures ALL NEW BERLIN, March 5-6 WAR CAPITALS, March 12-13 HOLY LAND, March 19-20 EGYPT, March 26-27

Seats, $1.00, 75c., and 50c.
25c. Day of Lecture

JORDAN HALL, Monday Evening, March 8, at 8.15 CONCERT BY

BOSTON QUARTET

(First Public Appearance)

SYLVAIN NOACK, 1st Violin
OTTO ROTH, 2d Violin
EMILE FERIR, Viola
ALWIN SCHROEDER, 'Cello

HEINRICH GEBHARD
ASSISTING ARTIST

PROGRAMME. I. L. van Beethoven, Quartet, Op. 18, No. 6, B-flat major II. César Franck, Piano Quintet (in F minor). III. Josef Haydn, Quartet, D major, Op. 64, No. 5.

Tickets, $1.50, $1.00, and 50c., Symphony Hall
MASON & HAMLIN PiaNO

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JORDAN HALL Thursday Evening, March 11, 1915, at 8.15

THIRD AND LAST CONCERT

The FLONZALEY QUARTET

(EIGHTH SEASON, 1914-1915)
Founded by Mr. E. J. DE CoPPET of New York

ADOLFO BETTI - - First Violin
ALFRED POCHON - Second Violin
UGO ARA - - - - Viola
IVVAN D'ARCHAMBEAU - Violoncello

PROGRAM

BRAHMS - - Quartet in C minor, Op. 51, No. I

Allegro
RoMANZE (Poco adagio)
Allegretto molto moderato e comodo

Allegro

EMANUEL MöOR . Trois Préludes en forme de suite, pour violon seul, Op. Ioo Allegro maestoso

Largo Allegro con brio Mr. ALFRED POCHON BEETHOVEN . - Quartet in C-sharp minor, Op. 131

Adagio ma non troppo e molto expressivo –

Allegro molto vivace ; –

Allegro moderato. Andante ma non troppo e molto
cantabile 4 –

Presto (alla breve)

Adagio quasi un poco andante i-Allegro

Tickets, 31.50, 31.00, and 75 cents, Symphony Hall

Direction LOUDON CHARLTON L. H. MUDGETT, Manager

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Tschaikowsky . Symphony in B minor, No. 6, “Pathétique”
I. Adagio; Allegro non troppo.
II. Allegro con grazia.
III. Allegro molto vivace.
IV. Finale: Adagio lamentoso.

Wagner - Selections from Act III., “The Mastersingers of
Nuremberg”
Introduction—Dance of the Apprentices—

Entrance of the Mastersingers—
Homage to Hans Sachs.

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Wagner • * * - - . Overture to “Tannhäuser”

Tickets, $1, $1.50, $2. On sale at Box Office

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