ARTHUR WHITING GIVES FIRST OF ANNUAL SERIES OF CONCERTS

Musician Will Be Assisted by Kullman and Barrere

The first concert of the Arthur Whiting serves of Expositions of Chamber Music for this year will be given tomorrow evening at 8.15 o'clock, in the John Knowles paine Concert Hall of the Music Building. This concert will be open free of charge, to officers and students of the University.

The program, which will be presented by Mr. Whiting at the Harpsichord, assisted by Mr. Charles Kullman, tencer and Mr. George Barrere, flure, is as follows:

(Flute and Harpsichord)

Bach, 1685-1750--Sonats, E mine

I Adaglo-Allegro

II Andante III Allegro

(Tenor)

Pergolesl, 1710-1736--Nina Carissimi, 1604-1674--Vittoris, mino core Sati, 1726-1809--Lungi del coro bela

(Harpsichord)

Scarlatti, 1685-1767--Studio, G. major --Temp di Ballo, D major --Sonata, A major

(Flute) Gluick, 1714-1787--Airs and Dances

Front "Armide," "Iphigenle en Aulide," "Ofeo,"

(Tenor)

Handel, 1685-1759--Ask if you damask

rose be fair. --Calm, friendly shade --Let me wander (flute obligate)