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The program for the first outdoor Glee Club concert of the year:
Harvard Hymn, by John Knowles Paine '69; Glorious Aplie, by Webbe (written for the first glee club, London, 1790); Tenebrae Factac Sunt, by Ingegneri, Bacchanal, by Cocchi, from Apollonian Harmony; Marching to Pretoria (South African Veldt song), arranged by Ruth E. Abbot; Magdlein lm Waide, by Dvorak (Czech Folk Song, Op. 43, No. 3, 1877); Gaudemus, College Medley, arranged for the Glee Club by William F. Russell 5G.
The selection is for the first of three Spring concerts to be held on the steps of Widener. Members of the University are invited to join in singing college songs after the performance.
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