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MUSICAL CLUB WILL PRESENT ANNUAL CONCERT TONIGHT

Seventeenth Century Pieces for the Harpsichord Will be Rendered by the Organization

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Including in its program two original compositions, one written by an undergraduate and the other by a graduate member of the organization, the Harvard Musical Club will present its twenty-second annual concert in Paine Hall this evening at 8 o'clock. Seventeenth century harpsichord pieces will be featured in addition to the original works.

The Musical Club was organized 32 years ago, with John Knowles Paine as its first president. It was formed for the promotion of musical knowledge and appreciation in the University by the performance of musical literature, the discussion of subjects, and the encouragement of original works by members of the University. It is the oldest club of its sort in the country.

The program is as follows:

I

Virginal Pieces from Parthenia, 1611:

Pavana. The Earl of Salisbury

Gallardo Secundo Mrs. Marye Brownlo  William Byrde The Lord of Salisbury his Pavin Galiardo  Orlando Gibbons Fugue in D minor Polonaise in C minor  Wilhelm Friedemann Bach Prelude and Fugue in A minor  Johann Sebastian Bach Harpsichord: Ralph Kirkpatrick '31 II Sonatine for Flute, in D major  Harry Seaver '33 Flute; E. DuBois Swart '32 Pianoforte: Harry Seaver '33 III Violin Sonata in A minor  Clair Leonard '23 Violin: Malcolm Holmes '28 Pianoforte: Clair Leonard '23 IV Variations on a Theme by Haydn (opus 56b) for two pianos  Johannes Brahms

Peter Burges 1G

Ralph Kirkpatrick '31

Peter Burges 1G

Ralph Kirkpatrick '31

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