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Lecture by Mr. T. W. Surette Tomorrow.



To the Editors of the CRIMSON:

May I use your columns to call the attention of the students to a rather unusual lecture to be given tomorrow evening in the Lecture Room of the Fogg Art Museum by Mr. Thomas Whitney Surette of New York. The lecture is to be upon Brahms' Quartet in A minor, op. 51, No. 2, and Mr. Surette will make suggestive comments on the structure and context of this great work. The whole composition will then be performed by the Olive Mead Quartet of New York. In this way a rare opportunity is afforded to hear a standard work in connection with stimulating discussion. Since Mr. Surette is bringing on the quartet from New York entirely at his own expense, as a generous means of showing interest in the musical life of the University, it is to be hoped that all music-lovers will as far as possible avail themselves of this unique occasion.  W. R. SPALDING

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