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Last Whiting Concert at 8

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The last concert in Mr. Arthur Whiting's series of expositions of chamber music will be given in New Lecture Hall this evening at 8 o'clock. It will be open to members of the University only, and no admission will be charged. The following program will be rendered by Mr. Whiting, at the pianoforte, assisted by Mr. Silvain Noach, violin, and Mr. Georg Wendler, waldhorn, both of the Boston Symphony Orchestra:

Mozart, 1756-1791. Waldhorn and pianoforte. Sonata, G-minor. I. Moderato--Presto. II. Large--Allegro commodo.

Corelli, 1653-1713. Violin and pianoforte. Sarabande, E-minor.

Pugnani, 1727-1803. Violin and pianoforte. Pracludium--Allegro.

Beethoven, 1770-1827. Pianoforte Sonata, E-minor, op. 90. I. Mit Lebhaftigheit. II. Nicht zu Geschwind.

Brahms, 1833-1897. Violin, waldhorn, and pianoforte. Trio, E-flat, op. 40. I. Andante, II. Scherno (Allegro). III. Adagio mesto. IV. Allegro con brio.

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