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The first of a series of six concerts by the Boston Symphony Orchestra was given in Sanders Theatre last evening, with the following programme:
Overture - Ossian. Gade
Symphony in C. Haydn
Entr' acte - Manfred. Reinecke
Overture - Rienzi. Wagner
Miss Emily Winant, the soloist of the evening, was well received, winning especial applause for her rendering of Mozart's beautiful aria from the opera of "Cosi-Fan-Tutte." Among the orchestral pieces, Reinecke's "Manfred" proved to be the most pleasing number on the programme. The execution of Haydn's symphony in C was excellent, if somewhat slow. Wagner's martial and realistic overture to "Rienzi" was finely rendered. In attendance and appreciative spirit shown the concert was a great success.
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