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Following a tradition of long standing, 85 members of the Glee Club will sing with 95 women of the Radcliffe Choral Society in Sanders Theatre this evening at 8:15 o'clock.
The program ranges from sixteenth century religious songs to a contemporary piece by Elliott C. Carter, Jr. '30, which received its first performance by the Glee Club at Milton Academy last winter.
Concert Tonight Not Last
Contrary to previous announcement, the Sanders concert is not the final program of the year. On Monday, May 17, the Glee Club will join with the Boston Pops Orchestra in three selections and will also present independent numbers, in celebration of Harvard Night at the Pops.
The program for tonight's concert follows:
Two Motets and Two Psalms Sweelinck O Domine Jesu christe
Passion Motet for Men's Voices Josquin des Pres
Two Religious Songs
First Performance in Boston
Antonio de Cabezon or an unknown Spanish composer of the XVI century
Hecuba's Lament from the Trojan
Woman of Euripides Holst
Hecuba; Amy Browne Townsend
Tarantella: Mater, Ades
From Ovid's Fasti Elliott Carter
Valses Nobles, op. 77 Schubert
Set for Women's Voices by Mandycewski
Choruses from La Belle Helene Offenbach
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