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PLAY COMPOSITION BY HILL ON RADIO PROGRAM TONIGHT

Work of Harvard Professor to be Given by Symphony

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A composition of Edward Burlingame Bill '94, Professor of Music, will be played in the concert given by the Boston Symphony Orchestra this evening.

The program will be broadcast over a National Broadcasting Company network and will open with Professor Bill's composition, "Lilacs." In the opinion of Conductor Koussevitzky this work is one of the best which this country has produced.

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