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A program of Christmas music performed by a large chorus and orchestra featuring soloists from all parts of the University and from Radcliffe will be presented Tuesday night at 8:30 in the dining room of Leverett House. It is open to the public.
An orchestra of 20 pieces is to play the following program:
Handel's Concerto Grosso in F major
Handel's Oboe Concerto in B Flat major Soloist: Wilder Schmalz
Mozart's Divertimente Number 11 in D major
Zelter's Die Gunst des Augenblicks Assisted by chorus of Radcliffe students
Student members of the orchestra are: Eric T. Clarke '38, John T. Clarke '41, N. James Dain '39, Paul Franken '40, Richard S. Fogelman '40, Roger W. Loewi '39, James L. Morrisson '38, Rupert W. Pole '40, Raphael N. Silverman 2G, concertmaster, Elkan Turk, Jr. '39. The remaining ten members are from Radcliffe or outside. David H. Kimball '38, director of the entire group, conducts the orchestra.
The student chorus is composed of Edward L. Barnes '38, Robert McT. Coquillette '39, Lucien Eaton, Jr. '40, Raymond F. Farwell, Jr. '40, Alden M. Haupt ocC, John F. Hayward, Jr. '40, Adrian F. Levy, Jr. '39, Earl Lyons '39, James H. Mantinband '40, James L. Morrisson '38, Robert D. Nooner '39, George W. Phillips '30, director, Thomas H. E. Quinby '40, R. Parker Sorlien '38, Harry W. Southwick '40, Edward M. Steel, Jr. '40, Harry P. Tunmore '38, and John T. Westlake '38.
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