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Seventy-five members of the Glee Club will sing at the Harvard Club of Boston tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. The accompanists will be Egbert W. Fischer 1G and Irving G. Fine '37.
To open the program the Glee Club will sing the Bach Choral. "Awake Thou Wintry Earth", followed by the madrigal "Fire, Fire, My Heart" by Morley. Third comes an Italian student song "Nu Semmo Tri Duttur", by Bazchieri.
With solo parts sung by an octetta Mendlessohn's "Jaglied" will be the next selection. Then the Club will sing two Italian folk songs, followed by two choruses from "Orpheus" by Gluck, the "March of the Peers" from Gilbert and Sullivan's "Iolanthe", and the "Corongtion Scene" from the opera by Meussorgsky.
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