Concert program for the sixth concert in the 1941-42 Greater Artists Series. Artur Rubinstein (pianist) played works by Bach-Busoni, Beethoven, Debussy, Stravinsky and Chopin. The Stravinsky work, Petrouchka, was dedicated to and written for Mr. Rubinstein by the composer.
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ELLISON-WHITE BUREAU Presents ARTUR RUBINSTEIN Sixth Number Greater Artists Series PORTLAND PUBLIC AUDITORIUM March 19, 1942, 8:30 P. M. PROGRAM I. TOCCATA, C MAJOR Bach-Busoni Prelude — Adagio — Fugue SONATA, F MINOR, OP. 57 (Appassionata) Beethoven Allegro assai Andante con moto Finale—allegro ma non troppo II. PRELUDE, A MINOR ONDINE Debussy PETROUCHKA Stravinsky (Dedicated to and written for Mr. Rubinstein) Russian Dance In Petrouchka's Room Russian Fair (Played without pause) INTERMISSION (Program continued on back) Coming Attractions ROLAND HAYES, March 29 JOHN CHARLES THOMAS, April 27 RENEW SEASON TICKETS FOR GREATER ARTISTS SERIES VICTORY SEASON '42-'43 TICKETS NOW ON SALE ELLISON-WHITE BUREAU — 402 Studio Building 1942-3 GREATER ARTISTS SERIES VICTORY SEASON Seven Brilliant Attractions Watch for newspaper announcement on March 25th ELLISON-WHITE BUREAU — 402 Studio Bldg. — Portland, Oregon PROGRAM (Concluded) III. SCHERZO C SHARP MINOR BERCEUSE TWO ETUDES POLONAISE, A FLAT Chopin Exclusive Management: Hurok Attractions, Inc., 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York City . . . Booking Direction: National Concert and Artists Corporation . . . Steinway Piano, courtesy Sherman, Clay and Company . . . Box Office, courtesy J. K. Gill Company "The Store for HOME ENTERTAINMENT" Books Crafts and Model Building Games Music Home Movies Cameras Radio Artists Supplies Records THE J. K. GILL COMPANY S. W. Fifth Avenue at Stark BUY DEFENSE BONDS
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March 19, 1942