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GLEE CLUB TO SING WITH WELLESLEY CHORISTERS

Strains of Bach, Handel, and Sullivan Will Resound Through Alumnae Hall Tomorrow Night

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Joining with the Wellesley Choral Society, the Glee Club will give a concert in Alumnae Hall, Wellesley, tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. G. Wallace Woodworth will wield the baton.

The following selections will be sung together with Wellesley: "Qui Tollis" and "Cum Sancto," from the "Bach B Minor Mass"; "May no rash intruder," from Handel's "Solomon"; and "The Coronation Scene," from Moussorgsky's "Boris."

The Harvard Glee Club will sing alone: "My Bonny Lass," by Morley; "O Gladsome Light," by Archibald T. Davison '06, a former conductor of the Glee Club; "Spanish Ladies," an English folk song; "Brennan on the Moor," an English folk song; and the following choruses from Gilbert and Sullivan's "Iolanthe": "With Strephon for Your Foe", "Henceforth Strephon," "I'm very Much Pained," and "A Shepherd, I."

Harvard's soloists will be John L. Bishop '37, Nixon do Tarnowsky '35, and Herbert V. Kibrick '38.

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