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WAGNER'S MUSIC DRAMA

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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 GORITZ FAFNER - - - - Mr. BASIL RUYSDAEL SIEGFRIED - - - JOHANNES SEMBACH

Mr. ALFRED HERTZ, Conductor,

with an augmented orchestra from the Metropolitan Opera House,

New York.

The subscription list will close on March 31st, and tickets will be placed on sale to the general public on MONDAY, APRIL 5th.

Reserved seats, $2.50 and $2.00; Boxes, seating six, $40.00, $35.00, $30.00; Single seats, $5.00.

Orders should be sent, and checks should be made payable to M. STEINERT & SONS CO., Steinert Hall, Boston, Mass.

S. KRONBERG - - - General Manager SYMPHONY HALL 5 FRIDAY EVENINGS 5 SATURDAY AFTERNOONS BEGINNING FEBRUARY 26-27

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Two Courses Exactly Alike

Exquisite Color Views Wonderful Motion Pictures ALL NEW

EGYPT, March 26-27 *

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

STEINERT HALL THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, at 8.15

JOSEPHINE DURRELL

WIOLINIST

LEE PATTISON

PIANIST

RECITAL OF SONATAS
By BRAHMS — KORNGOLD — BEETHOVEN

Reserved seats, $1.00 and 75c. Tickets are now on sale at the Hall.

LIST OF CASTS IN SYMPHONY HALL

As you face the stage, the casts on the right, beginning with the one nearest the stage, are as follows: Sitting Anacreon (Copenhagen); Faun with Infant Bacchus (Naples), ordered; Girl of Herculaneum (Dresden); Dancing Faun (Rome); Demosthenes (Rome); Apollo Citharoedus (Rome); Euripides (Rome); Diana of Versailles (Paris).

The casts on the left are the Faun of Praxiteles (Rome); Amazon (Berlin); Hermes Logios (Paris); Lemnian Athena (Dresden, head in Bologna); Sophocles (Rome); Standing Anacreon (Copenhagen), ordered; Aeschines (Naples); Apollo Belvedere (Rome).

The reliefs in the passage are: Bacchic Procession (Naples); Orpheus Eurydice, and Hermes (Naples)

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SYMPHONY HALL, EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 4, at 7.30

HANDEL and HAYDN SOCIETY

HAYDN'S ORATORIO

CREATION

MRS. WILLIAMS, Soprano CHORUS OF SOCIETY

Orchestra and Organ
MR. PAGDIN, Tenor EMIL MOLLENHAUER, Conductor

MR. MARTIN, Bass H. G. TUCKER, Organist Tickets, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, at Symphony and Steinert Halls on and after March 29.

CENTENARY FESTIVAL

SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1915, 7.30 P.M.
VERDI REQUIEM

Soprano, Mme. ALMA GLUCK
Alto, Mme. MARGARETE MATZENAUER
Tenor, Mr. PAUL ALTHOUSE
Bass, Mr. ARTHUR MIDDLETON

TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 195, 745 PM
MORVEN AND THE GRAIL

Specially composed for the occasion by Horatio W. Parker

Soprano, Mrs. CAROLINE HUDSON.—ALEXANDER
Alto, Mme. FLORENCE MULFORD
Tenor, Mr. LAMBERT MURPHY
Baritone, Mr. CLARENCE WHITEHILL

*Anniversary of the adoption of the Handel and Haydn Constitution.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1915, 7.45 P.M.
ARTISTS' NIGHT
Soloists to be announced

ARIAS, CHORAL AND ORCHESTRAL NUMBERS

THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1915, 7.45 P.M.

MENDELSSOHN’S ELIJAH

Soprano, Mme. ANITA RIO
Alto, Miss CHRISTINE MILLER
Tenor, Mr. REED MILLER
Bass, Mr. EARL CARTWRIGHT

Season Tickets, $8.00, $6.00, $4.00

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Ballade, A-flat major
Nocturne, G major

Etude, C major Chopin
Polonaise, A-flat major

- Mr. GABRILowITSCH
(a) Weyla's Gesang . - - - - - - . Wolf
(b) Mondnacht . - - - - - Schumann
(c) Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer . - - - Brahms
(d) Befreit Strauss

Madame MATZENAUER

Carnaval, Op. 9 . - - - - - - . Schumann
Préambule — Pierrot— Arlequin — Valse noble — Eusebius–Florenstan—
Coquette—Replique—Sphinxes—Papillons—Lettres dansantes—Chiarina–
Chopin–Estrella — Reconnaissance — Pantalon et Colombine — Valse alle-
mande—Paganini—Promenade—Pause—Marche des Davidsbündler contre
les Philistins.
Mr. GABRILowItsCH

(a) Elégie . - - - - - - - . Massenet
(b) Caro mio ben . - - - - - - . Giordani
(c) Amarillis - - - - - - - - Caccini

(d) La Folletta Marchesi

Madame Marzissues
British Folk-Music Settings:
(a) Irish Tune from County Derry }

(b) Shepherd's Hey Percy Grainger

Romance - - - - - - - - - . Fauré

Danse of the Elves - - - . . - Sapellnikoff

Etude de Concert . - - - - - - Moszkowski
Mr. GABRILowITSCH

(a) Ah, love, but a day - - - - - - Beach

(b) Lullaby . - - - - - - - Scott

(c) Yesterday and Today . - - - - - Spross

(d) Elf and Dormouse . - -

Madame MATZENAUER

Colburn

Tickets, 50 cts., $1.00, $1.50, and $2.00. On sale at Box Office

MASON & HAMLIN PIANO USED

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TICKETS, $1 EACH ON SALE AT KENT'S UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE HARWARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE

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