Program for costume recital of Katherine Neal-Simmons, soprano, assisted by Robert E. Millard, flutist and Mildred Naomi Raymond, accompanist. Ms. Neal-Simmons sang American Indian songs dressed in Native American costume, alternating with Native American music performed on the flute by Mr. Millard. Mr. Millard also provided flute accompaniment or introduction on three of the songs Ms. Neal-Simmons sang. Music performed was identified in the program as Apache, Iroquois, Ojibway, Cheyenne, Blackfeet, Sioux and Moqui (Hopi).
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COSTUME RECITAL American Indian Songs Katherine Neal=Simmons soprano ASSISTED BY Robert E. Millard, Flutist Mildred Naomi Raymond Accompanist LITTLE THEATER Portland, Oregon October 25, 1916 STEINWAY PIANO USED Program Part I. Scout Dance Apache Mr. Millard Love Song Omaha Ceremonial Melody Serenade Iroquois Bark Canoe 0jibway Tribal Melody (Flute Obligato) Ayquauaah (Indian Diction) - Old Indian Mrs. Simmons Program PART II. Pakoble - - Cheyenne Flute Song Cherokee Tribal Melody - - - Mr. Millard Beneath the Setting Sun - Blackfeet Indian Lullaby (Flute Song in the distance) Sioux Indian Genesis (Flute Introduction) - Moqui Red Man's Requiem - - Bauer Mrs. Simmons STEINWAY. Four successive generations of the same family have applied an hereditary genius to the building of Like other great successes, this business has been a growth, and public appreciation has kept pace with artistic development, until today the fame of the name is as wide as the music=loving world. This well = earned prestige should influence YOUR choice of a piano. Sherman Clay & Co. STEINWAY AND OTHER GOOD PIANOS. PIANOLA PIANOS, VICTROLAS AND ALL THE RECORDS. Sixth and Morrison - Opposite Post Office
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October 25, 1916