bow Bridge— Mia* Elizabeth White.
<f) Curran—Ho! Mr. Piper —
Miss Elizabeth Tucker.
(if) Bunyar. -A Mt-image—Mias
Mitchell—Love is the Wind
Sara Buff Proctor.
(n) Leon Adams—Air <Ci
• -r Women. a-sisted by voice
ind |-iat • ferte students, presented m|
t d* iid tl’ul oncerx Tuesday morning jj a |] t .t
I before a fu! hv use. Miss Beatrice
I M '-bruch a* conductor had succeed-
— |,d m bringing a professional vigor
of Mrs. Longino. has also a j n v- the work of her violinists. Miss! j^ve little fn
>r which one espects a fatnrr. 1 Helen Dasher served excellently at j ff , a College f<>
accompanist. All the
the highest expectations ofj
dividaul members of the chorus were
animated and gave evideu-e of
thorough training in voice manage-1
The soloists delighted the audience.
Tni- voices of Mesdamcs Longino and
Long were even better than at the
time of their appearance in the col- :
lege musical festival a year ago. j
These ladies deserve all the pleasant j
comment* the most complacent critic
could make. Their presence will j
ever remain bound up with inemorie* |
r.f the winsome airs of Flotow.
Messrs Nixon and Drukenmiller,
“Fresh E||i Served
tr-umphant conclusion wa<
i the final number, Thurs-
if the annual mu-ir fewti-1 Mi- v ““lfhn and Miss Colquitt, stud
. State College for Wo- • nt of Mr*. Long, were loudly ap- ..r.-hestral numbers were good buti th( . ir f r j ent j 9 Wednesday night when I w® finished and versatile singers
presentation of C.iuseppi | p'auded. I the -trail** waltz pleased the critic j they |)Ut on Flotow'* melodious | with voices that refresh and inspire.
fH-ra Krnani. The chorus,
il .-brugh presented three students j M .
i*»liu numbers—the Misses Cof-
Campbell, and Dickson. Good
. ibility to hold a pure note, and
their presentation. **
The closing number of the pro- ' 1
.11?i with piano duet was a masterly r
nf work from college girls.
The program was:
I. Piano-Forte—fji) List—-Lie
In the Leon Adams number op ,.’ ra Martha. The chorus closelyI The college community was fortunate i
oner wielded the baton. massed completely filled the huge j in enjoying their splendid co-opera-
uverflowed into the wings, lion with the local singers.
Beatrice Hosbrugh. assisted by MARTHA is u delight ful epera
otner, Aughtry j with universal appeal. The haunt-
eupied the j *ng arias and the lovely cadences
front center and materially assisted
in the performance with their viol-
Mr . Wile-
E^nani i« more difficult open
than Martha u: 'K - ,i . presented
Wednesday evening at the college.
i complicated one but
participating in the
the occasion with
The audience was
amaze.! by the glorious burst of song
from the chorus in the opening num- j 1
ter for one did not expect the youth- j l* ttn
put forth so 1
n :t- ante th» -olotets with delict-j ^h*-
ou> ar-stry. The
I*-- raume E. Major—-Opu* 21.
< b | Schumann—Novelette—.Mi
•II. Voice—(a) Handel
chi Piauga (In Italian).
(hi Smith—The Alpine Rose -
Mi** Margaret Cunningham.
HI. Voice—(a) Rotoli — Fiore
Che Lsngue—(In Italian.)
(hi Parker—A Gipsy Maiden—
Mi- Nancy Heard.
IV. Violin — (a) Hungarian
Dance No. 6—Miss I.ulla Coffee.
(b | Bach-Gounod—Ave Maria—
Mollenhover—I.’ Enfant P:i-
gnnin; Mis* Sara Dickson.
b flat minor-—Opus 35—No. 2
Scherzo-A Ilegjro Miss Flojritte
VI. Voice Gounod—la- Parlati d’
•d at the plan
their instructors as indicat- Misses Chri:
fheir voices showed fine Oliver, and Elsie Rice,
with unusual clarity, sweet-
and the ringer*
::ut.ifi -t-d love of their work which
iiark* true artistry. The
- ;.i-r. Caneda. While, and Tucker
trained by Miss Alice Li
Tucker: the Misses Neal and Proctor
La«c«u ky Mrs. Longino. Miss Williams is
.pupil of Mrs. Long.
R (I8e _ Miss Cupel presented the piano
ling-r and, with the recurrence of
that sweetest of all old *ungi>, the
Last Rose of Summer, make the pro-
Mr*. Wiles Homer Allen, the piano duction with clever performers like
those of Wednesday night a lasting
treasure in our memories.
The presentation of MARTHA was
a j-ucccss from every point of view.
accompanist, was the busiest person
of the evening. As usual her work
was perfect and helped in the attain
ment of the wonderful
rendition of the opera.
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magnificent. **arh winning well
ed app'ause but they had to
forth their be-t. not to be fn
di-tnne-d by Mq«4atnes L**n*
I. " • • Ir Martha the latter
ed tie leading feminine rob
F.nwni Mr-. Lon* n> h.nrer nf M. r (Prom Op. ra “F»o«">
, , I,.... „ .. D< rothj Cotqnitt.
h,. r v ,.,aro.!. Mi oml «)..r "" la-om-avallo.
„a., the onSr. rhonis It <*«•■» “PwrliarcT
tva- a wond.rful porformanr... | \ auphn.
The critic heard Florence Macbeth
in Chicago grand opera in th • same
« peri.t ■ role about half n d. cade ago.
II«-:• -iiging was heavenly but Mr*.
i|Ue. She received deserved applause, and Nixon of widely recognize
\li** Cupel has been trained by Mis* cal fame were the soloists.
Fhtu ie Virginia McClure. Mias Vera Hunt, president of the
The program was: freshman class, spoke the brief
I. (a) Bach—Chorale. words of introduction.
(h) Handel—Minuet. The entrance of Miss Alice Le
ft-) Gluek—Gfavette - College n*»re Tucker, director of the evening
Orchestra. :>nd head of the music department in !
11 (a) Gumhert -The First Song the college, was received with en- ■
Miss Gertrude Cooper. thu.-iastic applause by the audience
(b) Denza—Star of My Heart— that completely filled the college
Mis- Claire Canedn. auditorium.
(c) Lieurancu—By the Waters The chorus sang as with one voice
• Mir.-etonka -Mis* Cndu Williams, anil, thanks to the director's masterly
id) Reinhold—Impromptu in C leadership, interpreted the composer
. harp minor—Miss Leella Cupel. with marve' us precision, producing
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VII. Two-part Song*—(a) Brn-
j hm* Slumber Song— (l.'naccom- '
(b) Abt — Greetings—Mi** Tuck- 1
NTH. If ano-Forte—Piratri— Airs I
i Bohenriens—(Two Piano-Fortes)— j
Lore had no need to blush
parlson for he*- voice is ju?
lightfoL Macbeth sang f«»
nudism*. in th.- imtropoli. j «'»» * 1,<i Ml «
ar.d the foreigners in the balconies
went ma I with joy on hearing her.
Mrs. Long's audience showed quiet
plea nre in thtir singer's accomplish
ment ‘ ut, methinks. that foreign
«ffti«ior. in the Chicago auditorium
was a more worthy reception of a
gifted singer"* heaven-sent voice.
How can the critic convey with
no n words to thoM* who were not
among the ble«sed “Here an* I" of
Thursday evening the music of Mir*
Tucker's performers! Music smooth
as rivers of oil. sweet as the r.ertar
in w-ild honeysuckle! Lovely voices—
charming Verdi! Blessed be the com
poser*. marvelous creators of opera,
who have made from human voices
th.,l hove otherwiw cursed -md howl-; Long, accompanied by hn
,d. by a divine evolution, the operas had selected in the Mendel
of the masters. Twas a pity this ex- music suited
qui-ite production was not broad- melodious voice.
easted not even saved in merhani-' Miss Howard, student of Mrs.
cal records, for such a performance Longino, was accompanied by Mrs.
i, t „ , perfect to be confined within ; Wylie Alien. Her clear, high soprano
mere c-tmpus walls. i is much admired on the campus.
! Miss Cotner was, as always, grati-
U, shall try to live upon onr ^ h( . r violin nun .. bl . r .,. She
charming memories of this ■»e 1^, to bri „ even more gracious
f.. ttval. with thought, and longing h „ instrument than in
that r..ee toward, May. 1 MO. when I prrviou , n p p ear,n C e,. The Grosso
another opening of the gates ofM®*, numb .. r w> , , |M . r feet hit of nature-
description a wonderful accomplish-
A very fintsh.*d an<l musit i.tnly I
offering was made Tuesday aft* r-
nooii at Georgia State College f**rl
Wonn-n to lovers of good music, a-*
a part of the national music week
Mis* White, student of Miss Alice
Lenorc Tucker, played five move
ments from Beethoven on the piano.
Excellent memorization and sympa
thy with the great composer made
her presentation deeply satsifying to
th** hearer. Miss White caught the
beauty of the funeral march with its
suggested grandeur as few pianosts
i her heavily rich and
will quench our souls’ thir-
on. little monhts. Be gracious, sweet
T',. r 'vital. Wednesday morning,
nf voice, violin, and piano at Geor
gia State College for Women was
very well received by a large and en
thusiastic audience. Special guests
of honor were Senator Rivers,
Sup* rintendent Duggan, the Honor
able Miller Bell, and Dr. Tigner. who
complimented the musicians.
The student performers were ac-
* umpanied at the piano, in the vocal
s v.d violin numbers, by their teach-
* This arrangement was a very
j>-'-*py one and greatly added
-•i-faction of music 1~ver*
ii»*nce. The increasing applause
f the ,ea»tr* as the program pro-
t - t'.* -! indicated then pleased state
Famei H itchi r,
r.-d Hiidebrandt, strdent.*
Mr* Wvlie Allen, gave marked
. d-.nee of their in*tructors super-
.1 iiili* - and piano mastery. Their
technique was admirable.
string* and ;
Mis* McAllister, student with Miss
Tucker, has a voice of velvety rich
ness with charming high notes.
Miss Rasher is a marvelous mani
pulator of the piano-forte with
thorough training and musiciunly in
stincts. She is a worthy pupil of
Mrs. Allen who accompanied het
with the orchestral parts on a sec
The accompanists in this memor
able concert should receive their well-
earned recognition for a perfect
The program was:
I. Piano-forte—Bethoven — So
Theme and Variations I and II.
Rondo—Miss Bess White.
II. Y ce (a) Mendelssohn—O
Rest in th« Lord, from Elijah—Miss
(b) Chopin—A Maiden's Wish—-
Miss Beatrice Howard.
III. Violin—(a) St. Sacn-' c -
Andantino—From Third Concerto.
(b) Diltersdorf—Kreisler -Sch-
Th M *-es Cunningham and
Heard are -tudents of Mi*s Alice L"-
c Tuck- r who also presented in
• :h; r voice students of hers
. two charging, unaccompanied (c) Grosse—Waves at Play—
b* rs from Brahms and Abt. All Miss Christine Cotner.
*'--«• young ladies brought their IV. Voice—(a) Toati — La Ser-
trainer due credit for her superior cnata.
instruction, writh delicacy of exoress- (b) Wordforde—Finden—Till I
ion and purity of tone. Miss Cunn- Wake, From Indian Love Lyrics.
Ingham & promising voice and has ( (c) Teresa - del Ri«»gi>—Slave
♦hown advancing progress in her col- | Song—Miss Virginia McAllister,
lege appearances. Miss Vaughn, V. Piano-forte — Schumann—
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