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PROF. PAINE'S RECITAL.

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The selections in Prof. Paine's recital last evening were taken chiefly from Bach, Beethoven, Schumann and Chopin. The first two, Prelude in E minor and Fugue in E major, by Bach, were followed by one of Beethoven's masterpieces, a passionate sonata (Op. 57). After playing two selections from Schuman (Op. 28 and Op. 17). Prof. Paine said he would venture to play two compositions of his own. The first was a delightful fugue on "Over the Fence is Out," which was received by such prolonged applause as to demand a repitition. The second, a romance, followed by three selections from Chopin, a study (Op. 25), fantasia impromptu and a ballad in A minor finished the recital. The fugue of Prof. Paine's composition, which he said "was composed in a weak moment last summer," was the feature of the evening's performance, and received tumultuous applause from the large audience that completely filled the hall.

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