The Chatham Concert Company
Love is the Spirit of Life, and Music is the Life of the Spirit.
MISS MYRETTA CHATHAM, Reader
MISS ADELAIDE RYNDERS, Violinist
MISS HAZEL LUNDEN, Soprano
MR. FLOYD WALTER, Pianist
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His words, like many nimble and airy servitors, trip about him at command.—Shakespeare.
Jerome K. Jerome
(With Violin Obligato)
Piano—(a) Liebestraum (Love's Dream)
(b) Rustle of Spring
Reading—The Hour Glass
Fifteen minute scene from the famous Celtic Morality Play, impersonating six characters MISS CHATHAM
Songs—(a) O My Garden, Full of Roses
(b) What's in the Air Today
Violin—Mazurka de Concert
Ensemble—The Wooing of Penelope
The Wooing of Penelope, an original fantasy written by Miss Chatham especially for this Company, is a humorous, poetic, rhapsody of love, introducing fragments of popular operatic and standard numbers: Some Day He'll Come, Madam Butterfly, Barcarolle, The Rosary, and others.
This Program subject to change
Ushers are earnestly requested not to seat patrons during a number, and anyone wishing to leave will do so in the intervals between the various appearances.
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