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Miss Ethel Leginsk3 conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra will feature the program of the annual Pierian Sodality concert and dance in Brattle Hall at 8.15 o'clock tonight. Miss Leginsk3 will conduct two number; "Mar the Hongroise," why Berilcz, and Grieg's "Korrzett" for orchestra and piano.
Included in the program is "Harvard Triumphant" by J. H. Densmore '04. The rendering of this piece by the Pierian Sodality will mark the first time that it has been played by an orchestra. The music of the number is still in manuscript form.
Soloists at the concert will be P. R. Diederich '28 on the violin; A. A. LanDors '28 at the piano and S. W. Burbank '29 on the nyionlone.
Dancing will start on the conclusion of the concert, and members of the audience will be given an opportunity to meet Miss Leginska informally.
The program follows:
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