Concert program for a performance by violinist Jascha Heifetz. The performance included works by Cesar Franck, Mozart, Bach, Schubert-Friedberg and Ravel. Mr. Emanuel Bay accompanied on the piano.
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RUTH ISHERWOOD ART BUREAU Presents HEIFETZ Auditorium, Friday Evening, March 6, 1936 PROGRAM I. Sonata (for piano and violin) ...Cesar Franck Allegretto ben Moderato — Allegro Recitativo-Fantasia — Allegretto poco mosso II. Concerto in A major...Mozart Allegro aperto Adagio Rondo (Tempo di Minuetto) Intermission III. a. Aria ...Bach b. Rondo ..Schubert-Friedberg *c. Alt-Wien ...Godowsky *d. Hora Staccato ...Dinicu e. Tzigane ...Ravel Mr. Emanuel Bay, Accompanist * Transcribed by Mr. Heifetz. Steinway Piano. Victor Records. Concert Management Arthur Judson, Inc. Division of Columbia Concerts Corporation of Columbia Broadcasting System Steinway Hall, 113 West 57th Street, New York City Mr. Heifetz's transcriptions are published by Carl Fischer, Inc., and are on sale at all music stores. NINO MARTINI Auditorium May 8th MAIL ORDERS NOW $2.20 — $1.75 — $1.50 — $1.10 — 85c Tax Included. Send check, self-addressed stamped envelope to RUTH ISHERWOOD ART BUREAU, 801 Studio Building. "CHLOE DUSTS HER MANTEL" A PIONEER WOMAN'S IDYL By Frances Gill Here is a book every Oregonian should own—a beautiful little volume which tells of Chloe Willson's departure from her New England home with the Jason Lee Methodist Mission to Oregon. It is a book of courage, of inspiration and of exquisite charm. It was Dr. Willson and his wife, Chloe, incidentally, who donated to the State the famous Willson Park which is so much talked of in the press today. Of this book Stanley Young, writing in the New York Times Book Review Section, said, "Such is the peculiar delicacy and flavor of this writing that I predict for it a permanent place on literary shelves only about two tiers below Hilton's 'Mr. Chips' and Barrie's 'Julie Logan.' Whether or not you believe your grandmother was ever as affable and enduringly sweet as Chloe does not matter—this lovable, whimsical story of the past will momentarily discount the doubts of the most uncompromising realist." Another of the many tributes to the book comes from Dr. MacGowan, who says, "The alchemy of time has turned the dust of Chloe's mantel into part of the foundation of a commonwealth, but the spirit of her type is eternal. May she live again in these pages!" Cloth Binding $1.50 - Limited and Signed Edition $2.50 FOR SALE BY The J. K. Gill Co. S. W. Fifth Avenue at Stark
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March 6, 1936