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The Pierian Sodality Orchestra, directed by G. S. Stanton '27, will give a concert at 8 o'clock this evening in Agassiz House, under the auspices of the Radcliffe Choral Society.
The program is as follows:
Prelude to "La Deluge" Saint Saens
Soprano solos by Miss Margaret Morrison of the Radcliffe Musical Society.
Xylophone solos by S. W. Burbank '28: Selections from the "Poet and Peasant Overture", Suppe.
"Alpha Oe", Queen Lilionkolani of Hawaii.
Selections from the compositions of Herbert Clark by E. W. Holland '29 and S. W. Burbank '28.
Piano numbers by the Radcliffe Musical Club.
Following the short concert, there will be a dance with music by the Harvard Troubadours. This concert and dance will be open free of charge to all students of Harvard and Radcliffe.
The patronesses will include Dean Bernice V. Brown and President A. S. Comstock of Radcliffe.
This Radcliffe concert is the first event on a busy calendar. Tomorrow, the Pierian will have its final rehearsal for the Brattle Hall concert and dance which is to be held on Friday with Miss Ethel Leginska as guest conductor.
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