GLEE CLUB PLANS FRIDAY CONCERT
Selections Range From Mozart's Songs To Randall Thompson's Recently Composed "Tarantella"
Sixty picked members of the Glee Club will join with the Yale Glee Club to present a joint concert in Paine Hall of the Music Building at 8:30 o'clock Friday evening. The program ranges from compositions by Mozart to Randall Thompson's "Tarantella," written this year and dedicated to the Yale Glee Club.
As usual, the Harvard singers will be under the direction of G. Wallace Woodworth '24, with Irving G. Fine 1G and William W. Austin '39 as accompanists. Solos will be sung by David P. MacAllester '38 and James L. Morrisson '38.
Marshall Bartholomew will once more conduct the Yale Club. He has been with the organization for over 20 years, having presented concerts in almost every major city in the United States, and before royal personages abroad.
In contrast to the enrollment of 237 which the Glee Club possesses the Yale group consists of only 50 singers picked from the three upper undergraduate classes. Final voice trials have not yet been held at New Haven, and the club is not in definite form.
The program follows: