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The last of this year's series of five Expositions of Classical and Modern Chamber Music under the direction of Mr. Arthur Whiting will be held at 8.15 o'clock on the evening of Wednesday, March 31, in Paine Hall of the Music Building.
The program which is offered next Wednesday will be given by the Hartmann Quartet with Mr. Whiting at the piano, and will be as follows:
The Hartmann Quartet will play with Mr. Arthur Hartmann, First Violin; Mr. Bernard Ocko, Second Violin; Mr. Mitja Stillman, Viola; Mr. Lajos Shuk, Violoncello; Mr. Arthur Whiting, Pianoforte.
Mozart, 1756-1791 Quartet, E flat major, I. Allegro. II. Andante con molto. III Menuetto. IV Allegro vivace.
Schubert, 1797-1828--Theme, "Death and the Maiden," with variations, from Quartet, D minor.
(Violin, Viola, Violoncello and Pianoforte)
Faure, 1845-1923 Quartet, C minor, op. 15. I Allegro molto moderato. II Scherzo. III Adagio. IV Allegro molto.
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