Concert program for a performance by Roland Hayes (tenor) who was accompanied by pianist William Lawrence. The program included works by Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Debussy and Griffes and closed with Negro spirituals.
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(OVER) Elwyn Concert Bureau Presents Roland Hayes TENOR William Lawrence Accompanist 8:15 o'clock FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 18, 1927 Programme i. a. "Charmants Ruisseaux" (Air de Zephyre) . . Lulli (1695) b. "Eviva Rosa" (La Calamita di Cuori) . . . Galuppi (1600) c. "Adelaide"............Beethoven II. a. "Nacht und Traume" (Night and Dreams) . . . Schubert b. "Der Jungling an der Quelle".......Schubert (The Youth at the Spring) c. "Schone Fremde" (In a fair and foreign land) . Schumann d. "Le Secret" .............Faure. "Mandoline" ............Debussy III. a. "In a Myrtle Shade"......... . Griffes b. "Symphony in Yellow"......... Griffes c. "The Lament of Ian The Proud"......Griffes d. "I Will Go With My Father a-Ploughing" . . Roger Quilter IV. NEGRO SPIRITUALS a. "Great Camp Meetin'" . . . . . Arr. by Roland Hayes b. "I Feel Like My Time Ain't Long" . Arr. by Gustav Klemm c. "It's Me"......... Arr. by Gustav Klemm d. "Steal Away".......Arr. by Lawrence Brown MASON & HAMLIN PIANOFORTE THE ELSHUCO TRIO Famous Chamber Music Organization Tomorrow Night—March 19th Portland Woman's Club Bldg., 448 Taylor, between 12th and 13th (OVER) Record charge accounts opened for the asking. Enjoy to the utmost the finest melodies, the happiest dance music, the grandest classics— own a modern Orthophonic Victrola The model shown below is but one of many, for they range from $ i ooo for the supreme Orthophonic-Elec-trola-Radiola combination down to $95 for a simple but superb Orthophonic talking machine. Any of them may be obtained from Sherman, Clay & Co. on convenient terms. Below is shown the No. Eight-Four Orthophonic Victrola, price $235 with spring motor or $270 with induction disc electric motor, eliminating winding. Victor records stop automatically. Storage for 60 records. Italian Renaissance cabinet, walnut or mahogany veneered. See this and the others at Sherman, Clay & Co. Buying for many stores in Oregon, Washington and California makes our prices lower. "Everything in Music" Sherman Clay & Co.
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March 18, 1927