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After a busy evening at Symphony Hall last night for the Harvard Pops, the Glee Club will give its final concert of the spring season at 7 o'clock tonight on the steps of Widener Library.
Irving G. Fine 1G, of Brookline, First Accompanist of the Glee Club, will conduct the singers. Edward L. Barnes '38 will direct all the undergraduates in the closing football songs.
The program will be: Choruses for Freemasons by Mozart; "Supplicationes," by Palestrina; Psaume 121, by Milhaud; "O Du Eselhafter Martin," by Mozart; "Tarantella." by Randall Thompson '20; Two Folk Songs: Liebeslieder, by Brahms; and Choruses from the "Yeoman of the Guard," by Gilbert and Sullivan.
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