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Dr. Leichtentritt Begins Series of Public Lectures

First of Five Musically Illustrated Talks Today in Paine Hall


Dr. Hugo Leichtentritt, lecturer on music, will give a series of five public lectures, beginning today.

The dates and themes of the single lectures are: March 17, the antique origin and the literary aspect of the idyl, the pastoral and the elegy, and mediaeval relics; March 24, the idyl and elegy in early European music before 1600, and Christmas pastorals; March 31, madrigals, opera, cantata and instrumental music of the 16th and 17th centuries; April 14, Bach, Handel, Ramcau, Gluek, Haydn, Mozart; April 21, the romantic and impressionistic aspects of landscape painting in music.

These lectures will be given on Wednesday afternoons at 4:30 o'clock is Paine Hall, Music Building.

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