Concert program for Guy Maier and Lee Pattison, two pianos, in recital. They played works by Raff, Franck, Saint-Saens, Moussorgsky-Pattison, Chabrier, and other composers, including Mozart's Sonata in D Major.
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STEERS & COMAN Present GUY MAIER - LEE PATTISON In Recital for Two Pianos Concert Management Daniel Mayer, Inc. Municipal Auditorium MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7, 1925 PROGRAM I Gavotte and Minuette Raff Prelude, Fugue and Variation Franck Scherzo, Opus 87 Saint-Saens II Sonata in D Major Mozart 1. Allegro 2. Andante con moto 3. Allegro Vivace III Coronation Scene from "Boris Godounoff Moussorgsky-Pattison The Arkansaw Traveller (old fiddler's tune) Pattison Waltz Arensky "Pin-Wheels" Duvernoy Chinoiserie Lord Berners Spanish Rhapsody Chabrier STEINWAY PIANOS USED Coming AUDITORIUM Jan. 12 MISGHA LEVITZKI Pianist MAIL ORDERS NOW Orders filed in the order of their receipt and filled before regular box office sale opens, if accompanied by check, and self - addressed, stamped envelope, sent to Steers & Coman, Columbia Building, Portland, Ore. PRICES Including Tax— 50c $1.10 $1.65 $2.20 BOX OFFICE SALE —SATURDAY, JANUARY 9 SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.—Sixth and Morrison STEINWAY Today as yesterday— The Instrument of the Immortals. Paderewski, Rachmaninoff, Hofmann, Cortot, Grainger, Samaroff Ganz, Levitski, and a host of other world-famous pianists, have chosen the STEINWAY for use and ownership, as did Franz Liszt, Wagner, Rubenstein, Berlioz and Gounod. Musically the STEINWAY is the world's best loved piano—a thing of life, of fire, of brilliance—the piano of pianos, alike on concert stage and in discriminating homes. The true musician or home maker will be welcomed here and extended unusually convenient terms in the purchase of a STEINWAY Sherman, Clay & Co. SIXTH AND MORRISON IRWIN-HODSON
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December 7, 1925
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