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Museum Finishes First Series Of Afternoon Organ Concerts

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The Busch-Reisinger Museum yesterday ended the first of a series of afternoon recorded organ concerts by E. Power Biggs. The program, given from 4 to 4:30 p.m. every day since Monday, featured records of Bach organ selections.

Two new exhibits also opened recently at Busch-Reisinger. One, a collection of contemporary German art, includes four drawings by Paul Klee. The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York lent the other exhibit, a display of wooden religious figures from the Gothic period.

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