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Two free, public concerts will be given in the University tomorrow evening.
The Harvard Music Club will give a concerts in Paine Hall at 8:15 o'clock, presenting works of Szymanowski, Berg, Mozart, Bertiez, and Stravinsky.
The Bach Cantata Club, directed by Mrs. Langdon Warner, and assisted by Mr. E. Power Biggs, organist, will give a concert at the Germanic Museum at 8:30 o'clock. The program will include "Concerts No. 2 in B flat," Handel; "1ch ruf" zu Herr Jesu Christ," Bach; G minor and G major fugues, Bach; and "Missa Brevis in D." Mozart.
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