Concert program for a performance by American baritone Nelson Eddy. The performance included works by Lully, Fevrier, Tchaikovsky, Chopin, Smetana and Grieg. Theodore Paxson accompanied on the piano.
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ELLISON-WHITE BUREAU Presents NELSON EDDY Baritone Portland Public Auditorium Program . . . Saturday, January 16, 1937 — 8:30 P. M. Season 1936-37 -:- Fifth Attraction I. Aria—"Bois Epais," from "Amadis" Lully Scene—"Gloire a Vanna!" from "Monna Vanna" Fevrier Mr. Eddy II. Russian Songs in English "None But the Lonely Heart" Tchaikovsky "The Old Corporal" Dargomizhsky "Child's Evening Prayer" Aria—"By the Walls of Kazan," from "Boris Godounov" Moussorgsky Mr. Eddy III. Ballade in F Minor Chopin Mr. Paxson intermission IV. "Fruehlingsreigen" Fleischmann "Der Tod, das ist die kuehle Nacht" Theodore Paxson Aria—"O, was ich mich betruebe!" from "The Bartered Bride" Smetana "Zur Johannisnacht" Grieg Mr. Eddy V. "Border Ballad" Cowan "The Bell-Man" Forsyth "Bone Come a-Knittin' " Wolfe "My Parting Gift" Warren Mr. Eddy THEODORE PAXSON Accompanist and Assisting Artist For numbers on this program, inquire at music room, public library . . . Steinway Piano, courtesy of Sherman, Clay & Co. . . . Exclusive management for Mt. Eddy: Concert Management Arthur Judson, Inc., Division of the Columbia Concerts Corporation of the Columbia Broad-casting System, N. Y. . . . Mr. Eddy makes Victor Records COMING . . . VIENNA CHOIR BOYS Auditorium—Monday, January 25 — 8:30 P. M. RICHARD CROOKS, Tenor Auditorium—Tuesday, February 23—8:30 P. M.
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January 16, 1937