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Piano recital given by the pupils of Miss Adams

Piano recital given by the pupils of Miss Adams

assisted by Miss Laura Loewen, contralto, Mr. Ernest Powell, violinist : Philharmonic Hall, Fort Street, Friday, May 11th, 1900.

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Concert programs.,
  • Piano -- Performance.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 17553
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (5 fr.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19312229M
    ISBN 100665175531

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Ernest Powell, violinist: Philharmonic Hall, Fort Street, Friday, May 11th, Piano recital given by the pupils of Miss Adams [electronic resource]: assisted by Miss Laura Loewen, contralto, Mr.

Ernest Powell, violinist: Philharmonic Hall, Fort Street, Friday, May 11th, ([S.l.: s.n., ?]) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) The Heintzman piano fortes [electronic resource]: price list and circular. This is a program for a Christmas piano recital given by one of Mrs.

Crosby Adams’ music classes on Decem at Mrs. Adams’ home, The House in the Woods, in Montreat, N.C. The “Going-Away Dolls” were dolls donated by the students to be given away to mountain : Daniel Mount. Piano recital given by the pupils of Miss Adams [electronic resource]: assisted by Miss Laura Loewen, contralto, Mr.

Ernest Powell, violinist: Philharmonic Hall, Fort Street, Friday, May 11th, ([S.l.: s.n., ?]) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Event of the season, a musical treat.

Miss Cornelia Archer, president oi the Association, presided. PIANO RECITAL GIVEN BY FOUR OF MRS. ADAMS' PUPILS Monday afternoon, May 8, at four o'clock, a number of expec- tant guests, musically interested, gathered at the lovely "Housc-in- thc-Woods" to attend the two hundred and forty-eighth recital of students of Mrs.

Adams. A piano recital was given by inter mediate pupils of Mrs. Perry at her residence, Rock Creek Church road, recently, it was attended by a large gathering of parents and rela tives.

The program included solos, duets and trios. Selections from Mo zart, Haydn, Tschaikowsky, Poldi, MacDowell, Cortes and other com posers were presented by a.

THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS, SATURDAY, J 0 OF ER EST IN THE WORLD OF MUSIG MUSIS f JOT EG Mary Traul Eisch via present a Croup of pupils i:i recital. PUPILS IN PIANO RECITAL pi A lore* **Miss Estelle McEl-T>my*r piano pupils in rental hut nifht at the Wapies Mem-orial Educational building.

As-listing with the program, nnd adding much interest to the oc-caaion was the speed, prog ara bp pupils of Mrs. Rnlpn Porter’s expression class. The lowing cup, given each.

Friday, ly Howell Will Present Piano Recital Miss If oily Howell will present "The Rhapsody in Blue' 1 by George Gershwin, as a piano solo, at 8:>p, m. Wednesday, at the La.

Piano Recital. The young pupils of Miss Helen Crozier entertained a company of friends with a piano recital.

Saturday afternoon at Miss Crozier s home. The young folks, who played selections, were William Shaw, Charles Vandenhook, Jr., John Rob ert Shaw, Henrietta Deering, Rita Meyer, and Fannie Barer.

Miss Crozier also played "Jardidne sans la. A piano recital program under the direction of Mark M. McGowin, teacher of stringed instruments and piano, was included in her keepsakes – “McGowin presents his advanced pupils in piano recital.” Pupils in the recital were Lena Caton, Carrie Costen, Margaret Foshee, Catherine Barrow, Margaret Terry, and Bennie Avis Adams.

Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - JCorning, Iowa Cl ETY L T L CHILDREN HONORED Shilrun ol LT Lwere honored with a breakfast July a r by the W There were 22 children and 10 women present All had a very nice time The next meeting will be held in September VISITORS HONORED Mr and Mrs Harold Nevius and daughters entertained at dinner Sunday honoring his.

m.—Part two of piano concert festival, presenting- grammar school pupils of Mrs. Marie C. Hinton, Miss Hazel Worsley Mrs. Angerlane W. Williams and Mrs. Bettie W. Shuler, in recital is given at R.

Wilson Junior High sciiool. B p. m.—Future Homemakers of America of West Edgecombe school, sponsor a talent show at the school. Program Given For St. John's Piano Recital May 7, age th grade piece, 3rd recital Annual spring piano recital will be presented by the pupils in the music department of St.

John's Catholic school at 8 p.m. Sunday in the school auditorium. Sister Mary Servatia is music supervisor. The program follows. Thursday night with a piano recital given by the pupils of Miss Mary Crook.

Selections were played by Georganne Fisher, Sylvia Goodrich, Nina Narvell, Polly Edwards, Sara Jane Lowe, Mary Patrick, Sue Wil-liams, Ann Wells, Frances Crooms, Betty Thrailkill, Joyce Baskerville, Sara Taylor, Christine Willingham, and Frances Evans.

The was presented "Album of American History, ," edited by James Truslow Adams. It is a memorial book for John and Dorothy Dawson, founders of Hatborough, given by their descendants in Author: Edward Levenson. Another musical event planned at Ramer is the piano recital on May 22 by pupils of Mrs.

Carolyn Keahey. Rural Life Sunday will be observed at Pike Road School on when the Rev. McCrary, pastor of Pike Road Methodist Church, will deliver the baccalaureate sermon, and the graduates will be honored.

The last recital in February by pupils of the vocal, piano and violin classes was set for Saturday afternoon, the 26th, in the recital Hall of the Athenaeum building, fourth floor. That Mrs. Newell Burhans, the pianist, is an arranger of ideal programs, all will attest that attended her concert on the evening of Feb.

10th in Steinway Hall. Pupils Hold Piano Recital Miss Rachel Aldrich of the George Fox college music depart­ ment, held a piano recital i n the music hall Thursday, October Sophomores Give Party for Frosh In traditional style, the fresh­ men were entertained by the sopho­ mores at a party in the gym on Friday, October The group played a few games.

Pupils Present Music Recital Solos, Songs, and Ensemble Playing By Children Were Features of Program Project A Playlet ••A Trip to Fairyland” a Unique Piano Operetta Given. A unique and colorful recital. In the form of a musical playlet, featuring forty pupils of the junior piano department of McPherson College, was presented in the.

A piano recital was given by Miss Jeanette Jacobs, student, with Mr. Guy Denier Williams, at the Detroit Institute of Musical Art, Thursday evening, May A well-balanced In a warmly contested debate on program, including compositions of the question, "Resolved, That the Beethoven, Tschaikov-Seamen's Act be Made Operative on ICIendelssohn.

Percy Grainger used three harmoniums that we know of, a Mustel Model 4 (left mysteriously at the Sydney Conservatorium in March, after his concerts there and destined to live in the basement of Verbrugghen Hall for 80 years), an American-built Estey at 7 Cromwell Place, sent to the Grainger Museum in Melbourne after he died, and the restored instrument currently in the house, an Adler.

The Athe na pupils were assisted in the pro gram by Mrs. Dave Stone, soprano, and Miss Laura Woodward, piano, of Walla Walla, and Stanley Fisk, piano, of Weston. A number of pupils appeared in re cital for the first time, and one, Bob by Hopper, gave his sixth lesson as his number cn the program.

Miss May Shepard played the solo part of the Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 1 on Friday evening 8PM with Lang playing the orchestral accompaniment. This concert was at Chickering Hall. (BPL Prog., Vol.

5) The next year, during AprilLang followed the same plan of “Four Pianoforte-Concerto Concerts” given on Tuesday afternoons at PM at Chickering Hall.

Pupils Presented In Piano Recital Pupils of Miss Frankie Sewell were presented in a piano recital Tuesday evening at the Panhandle High School. The program included: Etta Louis Benge playing "A Child's Goodnight by Spaulding; Mary Lou Davis playing 'Drifting' by Williams; Juanna Jo Broada-way playing "Lady Bird" by Ben-net^: Barbara Davis.

She gave her first complete piano recital inat and married against her father's wishes 10 years later. Most of her compositions were dated June 8, her husband's birthday, though she gave him Am Strand as a Christmas gift before their collaboration on the Liebesfruehling.

THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 4, f Noted Artist To Be Feted By Proctors What promises to be an In­ teresting event in social activities today is the tea to be given by Major and Mrs.

Worthen Proc­ tor at their home at the Ogden Ordnance depot between the hours of five and seven. The occasion. Elizabeth Garner and Mary Lennox pupils of Mds Bertha Jasper, assisted bv Martha Jane Adams, pupil of Nathan D Davis, will give a recital Tuesday evening at 8 15 o clock, in the E L Lennox piano parlors Miss Norvella Chrvstal Jacobs, a blind pianist, will give a piano lecital at her home, Bellefontaine street, Mondav evening at 8 30 o.

Samara Rice Music teaches engaging and play-based private piano, composition, theory, and piano/voice combination lessons specifically designed for students ages A wide variety of music games, books, technology, and materials are utilized. All customers will receive prompt attention and first class work guaranteed.

J os. Coplinky % North Third Street Miss Sawyer's Pupils Give a Piano Recital Wednesday afternoon at the home of their teacher, Berryhlll street, some of the advanced pupils of Miss Helen Sawyer gave a piano recital.

Concerts given by former pupils, Steven Osborne and Simon Smith, pupils of St Mary’s Music School, by Pascal Rogé, Iain Burnside and Roderick Williams. There will be works for 3/4/6/16 Hands, Chamber Music, Song and Jazz.

Miss Florence Ceitlin gave a concert Saturday, Septem at Handel hall. Miss Ceitlin since her graduation with honors from the dramatic department of the Chicago Musical college last season has been teaching, and the concert was mainly given that her.

2 Gold Medalist Ralph Votapek enjoys a moment with Van Cliburn. Grace Ward Lankford, cofounder of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, presides at the podium with her. There is one tiny scrap of paper left, but it may be of great significance. It reads: "For the recital by Mr.

Barney Reilley in Drexel Hall tonight the following young women will act as ushers: Mrs. Burr, Miss Vertina Powers, Miss Lillian Adams, Miss Marjorie Ward, Miss Dorothy Martin, Miss Mildred Zaman.". The recital given by Miss Elma Wel ter's pupils In her studio on Friday evening of last week, showed excellent training tn advanced music, and was the best that has been given.

The year's closing works at public recital will be a surprise, if nothing inter rupts the teaching and practicing dur ing Intervening time. The music of the Elkhart Schools deserves especial mention. The writer attended one recital when the chorus contained voices. She was impressed with the remarkable training.

The songs given will be sung at the Centennial. Miss Merle Moore at the piano and Mr. Johnny Cohen directing seem an ideal pair to get results in music. 29th January, Maelor Music Society Piano Recital, The Maelor School, Penley Lithuanian pianist Ugnius Pauliukonis will play a varied programme including works by Chopin in the composer’s th.

—RT Book Reviews Praise for Jennie Adams “Feel-good fantasy with [an] edge.” —RT Book Reviews Dear Reader, We all love our fairy tales. We grew up on them. Some of our sweetest, most lasting memories are of having them read to us in bed by either mom or dad. As a child who never had her head out of a book, I had a huge collection of 4/5(32).

Free organ concert given by Casper P. Koch, assisted by Miss O'Connor, soprano Elmwood Music Hall, Buffalo, N.Y. Music Department: Pittsburgh Concert Programs, v. 19/11/ at Birmingham Town Hall.

A violin recital, Miss Marie Hall, assisted by Mark Hambourg, and Frederic Austin, accompanist Henry R Bird. Dr Swinnerton Heap. Fifteen handbills and programmes. 13/06/ at Adams and Berisford’s Music Rooms, Ann Street: Birmingham. Second Annual Invitation Concert supported by pupils of Dr.

Swinnerton Heap.interesting piano literature, gathered from world-wide sources. And the teachers who used this material are enthusiastic over the results obtained from their pupils.

The interpretation, technical and artistic, which Mrs. Adams offers in the reading of the works presented are based upon a .Ketil Bjørnstad gives a solo piano recital in the new culture house in Arendal 9 February Ketil Bjørnstads book on Liv Ullmann ”Livslinjer (Lifelines)” is regarded one of the best books of the year () by Aftenpostens film critic Per Haddal.

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