FIRST WHITING CONCERT WILL BE GIVEN TONIGHT
Program Will be Made up of Selections From French and Italian Schools--Five Artists Will Take Part
The first Whiting Exposition will be given in Paine Hall tonight at 8.15 o'clock. Mr. Arthur Whiting will be assisted by Mrs. Elizabeth Sheridan, Mr. George Barrere, Mr. Arkady Bourstin and Mr. Paulo Gruppe.
Mr. Whiting will explain the program and discuss the general character of the music played. The music will be selected from the French and Italian Schools of the 17th and 18th centuries.
Students in the University may attend the concert free of charge but others must obtain tickets for the balcony. The program follows:
Mrs. Elizabeth Sheridan, Contralto
Mr. George Barrere, Flute
Mr. Arkady Bourstin, Violin
Mr. Paulo Gruppe, Violoncello
Mr. Arthur Whiting, Harpsichord
(Flute, Violin, Violoncello and Harpsichord)
Gluck--Sonata, G minor
Bononcini--Per is gloria
Pergolesi--Se tu m'ami
(Violin and Harpsichord)
Tartini--Sonata, G minor
11 Largo Allegro
(Flute and Harpsichord)
Scarlatti--Sonata, D minor
--Sonata, B flat major
--Pastorale, F major
--Sonata, F minor
(Contralto, Flute, Violin, Violoncello and Harsichord)
Ariosti--Cantate, "Il Naufragio"