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WE are glad to learn that the interest in music is reviving in college. The Glee Club and the Pierian Sodality both begin the year with nearly full ranks. This favorable opening means one or two enjoyable student concerts, and, we hope, a return to that very pleasing custom of singing in the Yard. The energy of Professor Paine has secured a first-class triple quartette for the Chapel; so that the present College choir is the best one Harvard has known for years. The musical electives are well filled, and the Committee on Music, appointed by the Overseers, have expressed themselves well pleased with the work done in the musical department of the College.

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