Concert program for a lecture-recital by E. Robert Schmitz, French pianist and pedagogue under the auspices of Franco-American Musical Society, later known as Pro-Musica (Society). The lecture title was "Rhythmical Evolution from Bach to the Present Day." The recital included works by Bach-Liszt, Chopin, Franck, Medtner, D. Milhaud, Debussy and Whithorne.
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LECTURE-RECITAL by E. ROBERT SCHMITZ French Pianist and Pedagogue Under the Auspices of Franco-American Musical Society "Rhythmical Evolution from Bach to the Present Day." Prelude and Fugue, A minor Bach-Liszt Berceuse Chopin Prelude, Choral and Fugue Franck Stimmungsbilder, No. 6 Medtner Two Saudades do Brazil D. Milhaud Dance Debussy Times Square Whithorne PORTLAND ART MUSEUM Portland, Oregon Sunday, January 4th, 1925, 3:00 p. m. Mason & Hamlin Piano. Ampico Records. Under your own fingers the Mason & Hamlin tells a story more convincing and more beautiful than that of any piano in the world. THOUGH no piano commands an equal price, the Mason & Hamlin is so beautiful and so enduring as to make it the most economical of all pianos. We invite a critical test. Wiley B. Allen Co. 148 FIFTH STREET
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January 4, 1925