Recital concert program for Lotte Lehmann, German-born American soprano with the Metropolitan Opera Association. Ms. Lehmann performed lieder, songs and arias by Schumann, Schubert, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Massenet, Puccini and others. She was accompanied by Richard Tetley-Kardoz at the piano.
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Seventh Superlative Attraction Season 1935-36 The ELLISON-WHITE BUREAU Presents LOTTE LEHMANN Soprano—Metropolitan Opera Association IN RECITAL PORTLAND PUBLIC AUDITORIUM Tuesday, March 3, 1936 8:30 P. M. PROGRAM I. "Widmung" "Auftraege" Schumann "Ungeduld" Schubert Wiegenlied Brahms "Zueignung" Richard Strauss II. "In the Silent Night" Rachmaninoff Virgin's Slumber Song Reger "None But the Lonely Heart" Tchaikovsky Aria—"II est doux, il est bon," from "Herodiade" Massenet Intermission III. Prayer, from "La Tosca" Puccini Canto di Primavera Cimara IV. "Midsummer" Amy Worth Cradle Song Gretchaninoff "My Native Land" "Do Not Chide Me" Erno Balogh Richard Tetley-Kardoz at the Piano. Steinway Piano, courtesy of Sherman, Clay & Co. For numbers on this program, inquire at the music room, public library. Box office, courtesy of the J. K. Gill Co. Exclusive management: Metropolitan Musical Bureau, N. Y., Division of the Columbia Concerts Corporation of the Columbia Broadcasting System. COMING ATTRACTIONS .... ALEXANDER BRAILOWSKY, Pianist . March 19 MARTHA GRAHAM, Dancer .... March 23 Tickets Now on Sale — Popular Prices BRAILOWSKY GRAHAM $1.65, $1.10, 85c $1.10, 85c, 55c ELLISON-WHITE BUREAU 702 Studio Bldg. BEacon 6178 Gill's Announce A Bigger, Better, Exclusive RCA-Victor Radio DEPARTMENT Dealers in radio since its inception, Gill's have placed in Portland homes many hundreds of sets of all makes. Because of this rich experience, they are in a unique position to balance the merits of one set against another and have decided, only after thorough study, to represent the RCA-Victor Jine EXCLUSIVELY. With Portland's most complete music department, Gill's felt the need of specializing in the sale of the finest radio sets obtainable, and these, certainly, are the new RCA-Victors with their "Big 3" of listening-in enjoyment—Magic Brain, Magic Eye and Metal Tubes. Gill's third-floor Radio Section is not only bigger and better, but the last word in serving the public. TERMS IN REASON LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES Home of RCA-Victor Third Floor The J. K. Gill Co. S. W. FIFTH AVENUE AT STARK
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