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Weather permitting the Harvard Glee Club will hold its second free public concert on the stops of Widener Library, this evening at 7 o'clock.
Under the direction of G. Wallace Woodworth '24, instructor in Music, the concert will be conducted by Gardener Middlebrook '38, of Northfield, Vermont, and Ernest Sachs, Jr. '38, of St. Louis.
Group one on the program will consist of "shout For Joy" by Bach, "Supplications" by Palestvina, and "Chey-uses For Freemasons" by Mozart. In the second group the Glee Club will sing choruses from "the Yeoman of the Guard" by Sullivan, "Liebeslieder," and three folk songs by Brahms.
Soloists for the evening's program will be James L. Morisson '38 and David P. MacAlester '38.
The President of the Glee Club, Edward L. Barnes '38, will lead members of the University in the singing of the gridiron songs and marches, as a special concluding features of all the spring concerts.
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