Concert program for the London String Quartet, James Levey, 1st violin, Thomas Petre, 2nd violin, H. Waldo Warner, viola and C. Warwick Evans, cello. They performed string quartets by Mozart and Dvorak and Fairy Suite--"The Pixy Ring" Opus 23 by H. Waldo Warner (the violist).
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PORTLAND CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY Presents London String Quartet PYTHIAN HALL MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1915 8:15 p. m. 1st Violin: James Levey Viola: H. Waldo Warner 2nd Violin: Thomas Petre 'Cello: C. Warwick Evans PROGRAM I. MOZART: Quartet for strings in D minor K. V. 411 No. 2. (No. 13 Peters edition) 1. Allegro moderato 2. Andante 3. Menuetto. Allegretto 4. Allegretto ma non troppo II. H. WALDO WARNER: Fairy Suite—"The Pixy Ring" Opus 13 1. Moonbeams (Andantino)—There are moonbeams and shadows in the Pixy Field; and as midnight chimes the Pixy wakes from slumber. 2. Toadstools (Moderate e grottesco)—There are queer little Gnomes amongst the toadstools, and grasshoppers and field-mice keep them company. 3. Tinkling Blue-Bells (Andante ma non troppo)—There are blue-bells that tinkle in the breeze, and fairy-chimes too; the glow worm lights her tiny lamp and the night-moth joins the throng. 4. Pixy Laden (Andante con moto)—There is a human here singing his favourite ditty. The little folk too are in the merry mood. The human is alarmed, his song erratic; he is Pixy-Laden. 5. The Ring Dance (Allegro molto-vivace)—There are revels in the Pixy Ring: Gnomes, Elves and all join in the merry dance. III. DVORAK: Quartet for strings in F, Opus 96 (Negro) 1. Allegro ma non troppo 2. Lento 3. Molto vivace 4. FINALE: Vivace ma non troppo Management: Wolfsohn Musical Bureau, inc.
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April 13, 1925