Tonight at 6.30 o'clock, busses will leave from in front of Lehman Hall, carrying the Harvard Glee Club, conducted by A. T. Davison '06, to the Norwood Junior High School auditorium, Norwood, where the fifth concert of the year will be given. The concert was arranged by the Norwood Teachers' Association.
The Glee Club will open the program by singing "Fair Harvard." Following this will be a group of choruses from Ruddigore, by Sullivan; "Three Pictures from the Tower of Babel", by Rubinstein; "Marching", by Brahms; "Me Ye Have Bereaved", by Morales; "May No Rash Intruder", from "Solomon", by Handel; and "Drake's Drun", by Coleridge-Taylor. Here an intermission will take place, after which the program will continue with Three Welsh Folk Songs; "Summer Evening", being a Finnish folk song; "The Galway Piper", being an Irish folk song; "Jesu. Joy of Man's Desiring", by Bach; and finally, Chorus from "The Gondoliers", by Sullivan.
A joint concert with the Radcliffe Choral Society will be given at Milton Academy, Milton on Wednesday, February 19.
In the Brahms Festival, which will take place in Symphony Hall, Boston, from Friday, March 21 to Wednesday, March 26, the Glee Club and Choral Society will sing jointly in two concerts, the Requiem, Song of Fate, Love Sougs, and Rhapsody.