Concert program for Jeanette MacDonald, soprano, with Collins Smith at the piano. She performed an aria from a Massenet opera, songs, from operettas by Romberg, Noel Coward and Victor Herbert, and songs by Debussy and other composers. As well as accompanying Ms. MacDonald, Mr. Smith also performed a Chopin polonaise and a piano piece by Longas.
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ELLISON-WHITE BUREAU Presents JEANETTE MacDONALD Soprano Collins Smith at the Piano PORTLAND PUBLIC AUDITORIUM Thursday, October 14, 1943, 8:30 P. M. PROGRAM (Subject to Change) I. a. Turn Ye to Me Air "Horo Mhairi Dhu" b. The Bluebells of Scotland Anonymous c. A Pastoral Carey II. Il Est Doux, Il Est Bon Massenet From Herodiade III. Polonaise in E Flat Major Chopin Collins Smith (Program continued) Coming... Jan Peerce Wednesday, October 20, 8:30 P. M. Draper and Adler Saturday, October 30, 8:30 P. M. Platoff Don Cossack Chorus Sunday, November 7, 2:30 P.M. Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo Monday, November 15, 8:30 P. M. Carmen Amaya Friday, December 3,8:30 P.M. note please-out plan for crowd protection prepared by army officials and civilian defense authorities is complete in every detail and in case an alert is ordered, please remain calmly where you are, avoid any action that might cause any unnecessary confusion, and await instructions from your announcer on the stage. JAN PEERCE Tenor, Metropolitan Opera Wednesday, October 20 DRAPER and ADLER Saturday, October 30 HEIFETZ Saturday, February 19 HELEN TRAUBEL Dramatic Soprano, Metropolitan Opera Thursday, April 27 Ellison - White BUREAU brings you the greatest galaxy of MUSICAL STARS ever brought to Portland! Jeanette MacDonald Thursday Night, Oct. 14, 1943 Jan Peerce Wednesday Night, Oct. 20, 1943 Draper and Adler Saturday Night, Oct. 30, 1943 Platoff Don Cossack Chorus Sunday Afternoon, Nov. 7, 1943 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo Monday Night, Nov. 15, 1943 Carmen Amaya Friday Night, December 3, 1943 Jaroff Don Cossack Chorus Sunday Afternoon, Jan. 16, 1944 Argentlnata & Company Monday Night, January 24, 1944 Rudolph Serkin Monday Night, January 31, 1944 Dorothy Maynor Saturday Night, February'5, 1944 Artur Rubinstein Monday Night, February 14, 1944 Marian Anderson Thursday Night, February 17, 1944 Jascha Heifetz Saturday Night, February 19, 1944 Catherine Dunham & Co. Monday Night, February 21, 1944 San Carlo Opera Company February 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 1944 Ballet Theatre Saturday Night, March 11, 1944 Sunday Afternoon, March 12, 1944 Ezio Pinza Saturday Night, March 18, 1944 Todd Duncan Saturday Night, March 25, 1944 Salvatore Baccaloni & Co. Wednesday Night, March 29, 1944 Thursday Night, March 30, 1944 Bidu Sayao Tuesday Night, April 18, 1944 Helen Traubel Thursday Night, April 27, 1944 PROGRAM (Continued) IV. a. British Children's Prayer Jacques Wolfe b. Lilacs Rachmaninoff c. Release Captain Gene Raymond d. The False Prophet John Prindle Scott V. Waltz Song from Romeo and Juliet Gounod Intermission VI. Bolero Ritmico Longas Collins Smith (Program continued) PROGRAM (Concluded) VII. a. Beau Soir Debussy b. Le Papillion Fourdrain c. Chere Nuit Bachelet VIII. a. One Kiss Romberg b. Zigeuner Noel Coward c. Badinage Victor Herbert Steinway Piano, courtesy of Sherman, Clay & Company; Box Office, courtesy of the J. K, Gill Company. For numbers on this program, inquire ar the Music Room, Central Library. Personal Representatives: James A. Davidson-Sylvia Wright, Steinway Hall, New York City, Portland's Leading Music Department SHEET MUSIC FOR STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND ARTISTS Victor, Brunswick, Decca, Okeh and Columbia Phonograph Records THIRD FLOOR The J. K. Gill Company PORTLAND 4, OREGON
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