HOLD FOURTH WHITING CONCERT THIS EVENING

Mr. Whiting at the Pianoforte to be Assisted by Mr. John Barclay, Baritone--Last of Season's Expositions to be Given on March 28

The fourth Whiting exposition of classical and modern chamber music will be held in Paine Hall of the Music Building at 8.15 o'clock this evening. Mr. Arthur Whiting, at the pianoforte, will be assisted by Mr. John Barclay, baritone.

The concert will be free of charge to all members and officers of the University, and accordingly the main floor will be reserved for them exclusively. The balcony, however, will be reserved for the general public, who will be admitted by ticket only. Tickets are on sale at Amee Brothers' Book Store, Brattle Square, for $1 each.

Mr. Whiting's fifth and last exposition of the current season will be held in Paine Hall only Wednesday, March 28. Two Days previous to this last concert, Mr. Whiting will give a recital at Yale, and on April 3 will complete his tour with a concert at Princeton.

The complete program follows:

Peri, 1560-1625--Invocazione di Orfeo A. Scarlatti, 1659-1725--Gia il sole dal

Gange

Durante, 1684-1755--Vergin, tutto amor

Rontani 15.. 16. Or ch'io non seguo piu.

Wolf. 1860-1903

Gesang Weyla's

Der Tambour

Schumann, 1810-1856

Zum Schluss

Schone Wiege meiner Leiden

Die beiden Grenadiere

Faure, 1845--

Automne

Le Secret

Duparc, 1848--Chanson trista

Old Irish, 1600-1700--

Claire's Dragoons

The Light of the Moon

The next Market Day

Savourncen Dheelish

The Alarm