Concert program for a performance by organist and composer Marcel Dupré from Paris, France. He was assisted by Miss Marguerite Dupré, pianist. The performance included works by Alexandre Guilmant, Louis Vierne, Charles Marie Widor, J. S. Bach, George Frederick Handel, Franz Schubert, Joseph Gilles and several works by Marcel Dupré.
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AUDITORIUM SUNDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 7, 1937 LAUREN B. SYKES presents MARCEL DUPRE of Paris, France assisted by MARGUERITE DUPRE PIANIST TWENTY-SEVENTH SEASON Portland Symphony Orchestra Willem van Hoogstraten, Conductor 8 Monday Night Concerts 6 Sunday Matinee Concerts Municipal Auditorium Opening Concert Monday, November 15th ORDER YOUR SEASON TICKETS NOW! Box Office J. K. GILL CO. ATwater 1627 PATRONS AND PATRONESSES Alfred J. Hen Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Arnest Miss Ruth Ackerill Miss Elsie Amoth Mr. and Mrs. David Brauer Mr. Hays Boyce Mrs. R. H. Ellis Mr. George Garratt Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Haynes Mrs. L. A. Henderson Miss Louise Hagen Miss Helen Hogue Mr. Walter Janke Miss Helen Larson Mrs. E. McFarren Mrs. T. E. Pearson Rev. and Mrs. Paul V. Randolph i, Esq., and Mrs. Herman, Agent Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Ryder Mrs. Arthur Samuelson Dr. and Mrs. Edmund W. Swapp Lorena Solberg Marie A. Soule Mary Spencer Townsend Bessie M. Thorpe Miss Louise Vaughn Marion Wood Cyrus S. 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OLSON Accredited Teacher of VOICE Teacher of Teacher of Rose Colombi, opera, Italy. Harry Steel, soloist Junior Symphony. Dorothy Rolfsness, C.B.S., K-O-I-N. Murry D. Carter, soloist, Ad Club Gleemen. Tanya Krasnova, N.B.C., K-G-W. Dr. Angus McKinnon, 1st Congregational Ch. 207-8-9 FINE ARTS BUILDING Broadway 5511 — NEW RED TOP CABS — BRoadway 5511 PROGRAM 1. FINALE FROM 5th SONATA Alexandre Guilmant (In memory of the centenary of Guilmant's birth—March 12, 1837) Guilmant's Fifth Sonata was composed in 1896 and dedicated to Clarence Eddy, who was organist in Chicago at that time. The Finale opens with a Chorale followed by a fugue of a strongly rhythmical character which is beautifully developed. Then both themes are heard together and lead to a magnificent sonorous conclusion. 2. CANTILENE FROM 3rd SYMPHONY Louis Vierne' This is the second movement from the Third Symphony of the great organist and composer, who died suddenly on June 2nd in the midst of a recital he was giving at Notre-Dame in Paris. This Symphony, which is dedicated to Marcel Duspre, was composed by its author during the months of August and September, 1911, while he was a guest at Marcel Dupre's summer country home at Saint-Velery-en Caux in Normandy. The delicate and doleful melody which runs through this Cantilene is exquisitely developed. 3. TOCCATA FROM 5th SYMPHONY Charles Marie Widor (In Memoriam : Charles Marie Widor died on March 12, 1937, the very day of Guilmant's birth centenary.) This movement belongs to the most popular of "Widor's Symphonies for organ. The Toccata, which is widely-known, is a brilliant series of scale figurations based upon a theme of majestic simplicity and employing the entire tonal resources of the organ. Broadway 5511 — NEW RED TOP CABS — BRoadway 5511 2000 YEARS OF SONG Presented in Pageantry by the Trinity Episcopal Church "On Wings of Song" Manuscript by FRANCES SHEEHY Direction by DORIS SMITH Neighbors of Woodcraft Hall Admission $1.00 December 4, 1937 Matinee 2:30 Children under 12 (matinee) 50c Evening 8:30 Box Office sale opens November 27 at The J. K. Gill Co. Mail orders to Mrs. E. W. Lazell, 201 5 N. W. Flanders Red Seal Records All the leading albums in Victor, Columbia and Brunswick, together with excellent service. Make Gill's your record headquarters. The J. K. Gill Co. S. W. Fifth Avenue at Stark Broadway 5511 — NEW RED TOP CABS PROGRAM (Continued) 4. FANTASY AND FUGUE IN G MINOR (by request) J. S. Bach The Fantasy is a series of brilliant proclamations with wonderful harmonies. It is a most interesting structure, very important from the historical point of view. The fugue known as "The great G minor" is based on a virile lively theme which in spite of elaboarte contrapuntal treatment, achieves a freedom unsurpassed by any other work of the kind. 5. COMES AUTUMN TIME Leo Sowerby 6. VARIATIONS ON TWO THEMES FOR PIANO AND ORGAN (Op. 35) Marcel Dupre Marguerite Dupre at the Piano The originality of these Variations lies in the fact that they are built upon two themes instead of one, as the case generally is. Also, instead of being heard in the same key, each variation is introduced in a new key through some modulation, in accordance with its character. The two themes present a strong contrast: the former, sombre and melancholic, is first played on the piano, and the latter, tender and dreamy, on the organ, but both themes are heard subsequently on either instrument in various striking combinations. These Variations are dedicated to the Memory of the great Russian Composer, Alexandre Glazounow, who spent the last years of his life in Paris. A great admirer of Marcel Dupre, he used to come up to the organ loft at St. Sulpice and sit by him on the organ bench almost every Sunday. Broadway 5511 PROGRAM (Continued) NEW RED TOP CABS BRoadway 5511 HOLDEN'S FLORISTS Broadway and Morrison BE. 3940 The Corsage Corner of Portland "Yes, we have gardenias" Flowers for All Occasions PROGRAM (Continued) 7. ALLEGRO FROM 10th CONCERTO George Frederick Handel Handel wrote many Concertos for organ and orchestra, twelve of which were published during his lifetime. These have been transcribed by Marcel Dupre for organ alone and recently published. The Allegro from the 10th Concerto, on an energetic theme, is of extreme brilliance and animated by intense life. According to the traditions set by Handel himself, it includes a Cadenza which has not been written by the composer but just indicated by him so as to be improvised. In conformity with Handel's habit, Marcel Dupre improvises the Cadenza. 8. UP THE SAGUENAY (No. 4 from St. Lawrence Sketches) Alexander Russell Over the deep mysterious waters of the Saguenay broods the spirit of vanished romance, the solitude of forest-covered mountains. Along the upper reaches, the river rolls past two vast Capes—Eternity and Trinity—which rise like twin Gibraltars on guard. High against the gaunt rocks of Trinity stands a statue of the Virgin, erected by grateful mariners. Beyond are wide waters, sweeping fields reaching to a distant horizon. (Saguenay River, Canada, 1916.) 9. THE BEE (Transcription by Marcel Dupre) Franz Schubert This piece was written by Schubert for the violin but souttids most charmingly on the organ. It is a most suggestive piece of imitative music, graceful and picturesque. 10. INTERMEZZO FROM 1st SYMPHONY IN E MAJOR Joseph Gilles The author is the young talented organist of Saint-Pierre de Chaillot in Paris, a pupil of Marcel Dupre's. This Intermezzo belongs to his First Symphony, which is a recent composition'. Genuine inspiration breaches through the work. Light fancy characterizes this movement, which is graceful, delicate and lively. 11. TWO ELEVATIONS (from Op. 32) Marcel Duprf (a) in E Major (b) in G Major) These two short pieces belong to a group of three "Elevations" which were composed last year. A mystic feeling pervades them and expresses itself through the soothing harmonies of the first and through the musical melody of the last. 12. PRELUDE AND FUGUE IN C MAJOR (Op. 36, No. 3) Marcel Dupre'* This is a recent composition which is being performed for the first time on this concert tour. The Prelude is wrapped in an atmosphere of airy lightness and leads to an exuberant and high-spirited fugue built on a buoyant theme which is developed with great imaginative power. A sustained crescendo reaches a climax of dazzling brilliancy. 13. IMPROVISATION ON SUBMITTED THEMES The composers of the three sumbitted themes will remain unidentified until the actual time of the improvisation. MRS. 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