Concert program for a performance by pianist Alec Templeton. Performed were works by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Rachmaninoff.
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THE RECORD SHOP presents ALEC TEMPLETON Pianist IN THE PORTLAND AUDITORIUM Tuesday, June 27th, 1944 AT 8:30 P. M. PROGRAM I. Prelude and Fugue in G major Bach Sarabande and Minuet Purcell Templeton Rondo in B Flat Mozart "Pathetique" Sonata in C minor, opus 13 Beethoven Grave (Introduction) Allegro con moto con brio Adagio cantabile Rondo (Allegro) II. Prelude in G sharp minor Rachmaninoff Polka from "Age of Gold Shostakovich Nocturne in C minor Chopin Mother Goose Suite Racel 1. Pavanne to the Sleeping Beauty. 2. Hop O' My Thumb. 3. Empress of the Pagodas. INTERMISSION III. Moment Musical Reharmonized Eugene's Off Again Improvisations Sultry Day in New York Improvisations Templeton For numbers in this program, inquire at Music Room, Public Library. Exclusive Management of W. COLSTON LEIGH. INC., Concert Division, 321 Fifth Avenue, New York City. STEINWAY PIANO courtesy of Sherman. Clay & Co. Victory has a price... To a fighting man, that price may be death. Those of us at home, who cannot match such sacrifice, money, put into War Bonds, seems a small price. We must double our efforts, and buy twice as many bonds, during the FIFTH WAR LOAN. The Record Shop presents America's GRACE MOORE Favorite lyric soprano of the Metropolitan Opera. The Great HUBERMAN Featured with FULL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA in the Beethoven Violin Concerto. Gorgeous KORJUS Dazzlingly beautiful star of the "Great Waltz"; Greatest coloratura since Tetrazzini. Master Pianist PETRI Pupil and associate of Busoni, "Most breathtaking since D'Albert and Busoni." Popular Baritone THIBAULT Favorite of Radio, Concert, and Opera, artist to his finger-tips." 5 CELEBRITY CONCERTS $6.60 $5.40 Inc. Tax PUBLIC AUDITORIUM 1944-45 BEGINNING IN OCTOBER GUARANTEE yourself the best seats to every one of the five most thrilling concerts of the coming year, and reserve series tickets now. *SAVE as much as 1/2 with LOW PRICE SERIES SUBSCRIPTIONS Main Floor and 1st Bal. Center 6.60 2nd Bal. Center. ($5.50 plus $1.10 tax) ($4.50 plus 90c tax) A DEPOSIT of One-Third Total Price Will Hold Reservations Until September 25th MAIL ORDERS NOW Phone BEacon 2979 GRACE MOORE BRONISLAW HUBERMAN MILIZA KORJUS EGON PETRI CONRAD THIBAULT THE Record SHOP 3rd Floor 808 S.W. ALDER AT PARK
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June 27, 1944