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Musical Program for Commencement


The Harvard Alumni Chorus will sing at the outdoor exercises on Commencement Day, June 28. The musical program will be as follows: "Domine Salvam Fac", by Gounod; "Prayer of Thanksgiving", by Kremser; and part of "Discovery", by Grieg.

There will be a rehearsal of the Chorus at Sanders Theatre at 12.15 o'clock on Commencement Day, or at the conclusion of the morning exercises in Sanders Theatre; also a rehearsal at the rooms of the Harvard Musical Association, 57 A Chestnut street, Boston, on next Monday evening at 8 o'clock.

Any alumnus living outside of Boston, or who has not already been notified as a member of the Chorus, and who desires to sing with the Chorus on this occasion, will be welcome at these rehearsals.

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