Over 100 Harvard and Yale singers joined forces last night to entertain an audience that packed Paine Hall with a series of songs representing the best that the two Glee Clubs have to offer.
If one song could be called the standout of the performance it was the Yale Glee Club's performance of a South American song, "O Tremzinho," which delighted the listeners with its interpretation of the noises of a "little train."
If one man could be called the star of the performance, it was Drue King '43, who sang the solo part of a spiritual, "Sit Down, Servant."
Before they closed the concert with a combined rendition of the Alma Mater tunes, both Clubs, added extra bits to the program in the form of their football songs. "With the Crimson in Triumph Flashing," "Hit the Line for Harvard," and "Bulldog."
The program was as follows:
Eece Jam Noetis
Choruses from The Beggar's Opera
Soloists: H. A. Joos '43; H. H.
Nash '43: R. B. Stedman '42
Spiritual: Sit Down, Servant
Leader: D. King, Jr. '43
Choruses from The Yeomen of the Guard
Soloist: R. B. Stedman
Songs from South America:
WHEN GIANTS WALKED THE EARTH: TMBG IN CONCERT"Why Does the Sun Shine?" asks the title of a popular They Might Be Giants song. Perhaps a better question
APPEAL FOR NEW SONGS.Although a few football songs have already been submitted to the committee, the number does not indicate that any large
MORE CLASS SONGS NEEDEDThe 1913 class song committee reports that it has received discouragingly few songs so far this year. Members of the
Six New Songs Selected for TrialThe Football Song Committee met yesterday, and from the ten songs which were previously selected for further consideration chose six
Appeal to Try Out More Football Songs.[We invite all men in the University to submit communications on subjects of timely interest.] To the Editors of the