Concert program for the first annual Rose Musical Festival, performed by two choruses, one of 1000 boys and girls and the other of 250 men and women, Frederick Elmer Chapman, director and William Lowell Patton, pianist, along with a Festival Symphony Orchestra, Carl Denton and Harold Bayley, conductors, Mary Cheney, soprano, Ellison Van Hoose, tenor, Oscar Ehrgott, bass, soloists, and David Starr Jordan, orator. Performances were given June 7, 8, 9, and 11. On June 7, the Rose Festival Chorus (adult chorus), soloists, and the Festival Symphony Orchestra performed the oratorio "The Creation" by Joseph Haydn. On the afternoon of June 8, the Boys' and Girls' Chorus and Festival Symphony Orchestra along with soprano and bass soloists performed various choral, vocal solo and orchestral works by Beethoven, Marschner, Cadman, Edward Elgar and other composers. For the June 8 evening concert, the Rose Festival Chorus with soloists and the Festival Symphony Orchestra performed various orchestral, choral and vocal solo works by Meyerbeer, Mendelssohn, Verdi, Bizet, Handel and other composers. On Sunday afternoon, June 9, a Rose Festival service was held, with Albert Ehrgott, President of the Multnomah County Sunday School Association, presiding. The Festival Orchestra and a chorus (of 100 young men and women, according to an article in the June 10 Oregonian) performed choral and orchestral works by von Weber, Haydn, Mendelssohn, and other composers. Oregon governor Oswald West and Portland mayor Rushlight offered remarks, and orator David Starr Jordan gave an address. The audience joined the chorus for three numbers. The service included an invocation at the beginning, a scripture lesson, and a benediction at the end. The Musical Festival closed with an afternoon concert on June 11, performed by the Boys' and Girls' Chorus, soloists, and the Festival Symphony Orchestra. They performed various orchestral, choral and vocal solo works by Bizet, Tchaikovsky, Schubert, Stephen Foster and other composers. The concert program included printed music and lyrics of several pieces for audience participation.
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1912 1912 First Annual Rose Musical Festival TWO GRAND CHORUSES 1000 BOYS AND GIRLS 250 MEN AND WOMEN Frederick Elmer Chapman, Director. William Lowell Patton, Pianist. FESTIVAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Carl Denton, Harold Bayley, Conductors. Mary Cheney Soprano Ellison Van Hoose, Tenor Oscar Ehrgott, Bass DAVID STARR JORDAN, Orator Friday, June 7th, 8:30 P. M. Saturday, June 8th 3:30 P. M. and 8:30 P. M. Tuesday, June 11th 3:30 P. M. Rose Sunday, June 9th, 3:00 P. M. (FREE) Evening Concerts—General Admission, 50c. Matinees—General Admission, 25c. Reserved Seats—25c and 50c Extra. Reserved Season Ticket, $2.00. Reserved Seats Sale, Eilers' Music House, Beginning June 8 Gipsy Smith Auditorium Auspices Multnomah County Sunday School Association Benefit Oregon State Sunday School Association Oregon State Sunday School Association HEADQUARTERS, 520 ABINGTON BUILDING, PORTLAND, ORE. Rev. Chas. A. Phipps, General Secretary. Mrs. S. W. Ormsby, Office Secretary. Phone A 4152 Office Open 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. THIS ASSOCIATION is an interdenominational Sunday School organization in the State of Oregon, including about 1500 Sunday Schools. It was organized in 1885 and has been progressively in the field ever since. Its object is the development of Sunday Schools along all lines, in attendance, in discipline, in home study, in teaching, in equipment, in management, in patriotic, social outreach for good citizenship, and in spiritual power. Its work is purely religious in the most comprehensive sense and its output is marvelous. Its growth in activities as well as financial support increases remarkably each year. Its lines of work are as follows: Conventions, State and County County Organizations. Conferences. A State Secretary. An Office Secretary. Sunday School Headquarters. Teacher Training Classes. Parades and Picnics. Cradle Role. Elementary Department. Secondary Division. Adult Department. Home Department. Temperance. Good Citizenship. Missions. Organized Bible Classes. Boys' Clubs. Multnomah County Sunday School Association THIS ASSOCIATION is auxiliary to the State, International, and World's Sunday School Associations. Its business is to unify, intensify and broaden the interdenominational work of the co-operating 115 Sunday Schools of this County, by the practical adoption of up-to-date methods. The work is supported by voluntary contributions from individuals and Sunday Schools, and whatever profit may be realized on the Rose Musical Festival. Plans are forming for the rendition of Haendel's Oratorio, "Messiah," next Christmas. This Association works in hearty union with the efficient Portland Graded Union. OFFICERS OREGON STATE SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. State President: Rev. J. D. Springston, Ph. D Portland Vice-Presidents: Rev. E. W. Warrington Pilot Rock C. A. Staver Portland H. L. Gilkey Grants Pass General Secretary and Field Worker: Rev. Charles A. Phipps 520 Abington Bldg., Portland State Secretary: Fred L. Kelley 520 Abington Bldg., Portland Treasurer: Miss Harriet E. Moorehouse Portland Trust Co., Portland Superintendent Teacher Training: Mrs. H. X. Smith Portland Superintendent Elementary Division: Mrs. J W. Wilkins Portland Superintendent Secondary Division: Mrs. S. W. Ormsby Portland Superintendent Adult: L. S. Hopfield McMinnville Superintendent Home Department: John G. Minton Albany Superintendent Temperance and Good Citizenship: Mrs. L. J. Hinkel Baker Superintendent Missions in the Sunday School: John H. Rudd Island City International and State Executive Committee: A. A. Morse Portland Alternate: Prof. F. E. Billington Eugene EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Chairman—Mr. J. E. Werlein Portland Class 1913. Prof R. R. Steele Portland Mrs. C. A. Nash Oregon City Mr. E. H. Anderson Salem Rev. M. H. Kendall Silverton Rev. Wm. Parsons Eugene Mr. Paul W. Cowgill Portland Rev. Ward W. McHenry Baker Class 1914. Mr. A. F. Flegel Portland Mr. Dennis H. Stovall Philomath Judge Earl C. Bronaugh Portland Mr. N. L. Crout Portland Prof. O. M. Gardner Forest Grove Mr. W. L. Mulkey Joseph Mrs. L. A. Danenhower Portland Class 1915. Mr. J. E. Werlein Portland Dr. J. E. Stevenson LaGrande Mrs. S. A. Lowell Pendleton Mr. W. H. Gore Medford Mr. Edward Drake Portland Mrs. John McDonald Wallowa Mr. W. L. Cobb Roseburg In addition to the above, Rev. Charles A. Phipps, General Secretary and the President of each county organization in the state. OFFICERS MULTNOMAH COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. President, Albert Ehrgott, Vice-President, Edward Drake, Secretary-Treasurer, Robert R. Steele, 760 East Taylor Street, Portland. SUPERINTENDENTS: Elementary Division—Mrs. J. W. Wilkins, 3029, 65th Street, S. E. Adult Division—Rev. O. J. Bowman, First Presbyterian Church. Teacher Training—Mrs. H. _S. Black, 1014 E. 18th Street, N. Temperance and Good Citizenship—C. S. Bradford, Lents. Home Department—Rev. J. H. Bennett, 453 E. Burnside Street. 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The great Chickering Orchestral Concert Grand used on this occasion has been generously supplied by Eilers Music House, Eilers Building, Seventh and Alder. Special attention given to child study of the piano, as well as the more advanced pupils. Satisfaction guaranteed. Teach at homes when desired. Woodlawn 1889 Friday, June 7, Eight-thirty P. M. ORATORIO THE CREATION Music by Joseph Hayden Frederick Elmer Chapman, Director The Rose Festival Chorus The Festival Symphony Orchestra Mary Cheney, Soprano Ellison Van Hoose, Tenor (Gabriel and Eve (Uriel Oscar Ehrgott, Bass (Raphael and Adam) Katherine Davis of the Chorus sings in the quartette. PROGRAM PART THE FIRST 1. Introduction.—Representation of Chaos 2. Recitative (Raphael) In the beginning Chorus And the Spirit of God Recitative (Uriel) And God saw the light 3. Air (Uriel) Now vanish before the holy beams Chorus Despairing, cursing rage 4. Recitative (Raphael) And God made the firmament 5. Solo (Gabriel) and Chorus The marv'lous work 6. Recitative (Raphael) And God said, Let the waaters under the heaven 7. Air (Raphael) Rolling in foaming billows 8. Recitative (Gabriel) And God said, Let the waters under 9. Air (Gabriel) With verdure clad 10. Recitative (Uriel) And the heavenly host 11. Chorus Awake the harp 12. Recitative (Uriel) And God said, Let there be lights 13. Recitative (Uriel) Tn splendour bright 14. Chorus with Trio The heavens are tellinv PART THE SECOND 15. Recitative (Gabriel) And God said. Let the waters bring forth 16. Air (Gabriel) On mighty pens 17. Recitative (Raphael) And God created great whales 18. Recitative (Raphael) And the angels struck their immortal harps 19. Terzetto (Gabriel, Raphael, Uriel) Most beautiful appear 20. Trio and Chorus The Lord is great 21. Recitative (Raphael) And God said, Let the earth bring forth 22. Recitative (Raphael) Straight opening her fertile womb 23. Air (Raphael) Now heav'n in fullest glory shone 24. Recitative (Uriel) And God created man 25. Air (Uriel) Tn native worth 26. Recitative (Raphael) And God saw everything that He had made 27. Chorus Achieved is the glorious work 27.a. Trio (Gabriel, Uriel, Raphael) On Thee each living soul awaits 27b. Second Chorus Achieved is the glorious work PART THE THIRD 28. Introd. and Recit. (Uriel) In rosy mantle appears 29. - Duet (Adam, Eve) and Chorus By Thee with bliss The Same, continued Of stars the fairest 30. Recitative (Adam, Eve) Our duty we have now perform'd 31. "Duet (Adam, Eve) " Graceful consort 32. Recitative (Uriel) O happy pair 33. Chorus with Quartet ; Sing the Lord, ye voices all Schirmer's Complete Oratorio, "The Creation," on sale at Eilers Music House, or. at the Auditorium. English, French, Italian and Spanish Taught. Advice and Coaching on Voice Gladly Given. Sig. Leonardi True Italian Voice Placement. Member Faculty Y. M. C. A. 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Introduced by President William Trufant Foster, Ph. D., of Reed College. "Dixie Land" Dan D. Emmett Chorus March—From "First Suite" Franz Lachner Orchestra "America" (first and last stanzas) Henry Carey Chorus and Audience (all standing). Benediction—Rev. Chas. A. Phipps. Organ Postlude. The Melody Market, Sheet Music, Classical aand popular, all the latest. Seven selections for a dollar. Eilers Music House, Eilers Building( now at Seventh and Alder. S. F. Smith.. Maestoso. GOD EVER GLORIOUS. (RUSSIAN HYMN.) Alexis T. Lwoff. 1. God ev - er glo - rl - ous! Sov - 'reign of na - tions, 2. Still may Thy bless-ing rest, Fa - ther most Ho - ly, Wav - ing the ban - ner of peace o'er the land; land. O - ver each moun - tain, rock, riv - er, and shore; shore. Thine is the vie - to - ry, Thine . the sal - va - tion. Sing Hal - le - lu - jah! Shout .in ho - san - nas! Strong to de - liv - er, Own we Thy hand. hand. God keep our coun - try Free ev - er - more. more. Tuesday, June 11, Three-thirty P. M. BOYS' AND GIRLS' CHORUS Frederick Elmer Chapman, Director Mary Cheney, Soprano; Ellison Van Hoose, Tenor; Oscar Ehrgott, Bass and THE FESTIVAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Carl Denton, Conductor PROGRAM Overture—"Raymond" Thomas Orchestra "To Thee, O Country" Julius Eichenberg Chorus "Toreadore." from "Carmen: Bizet Mr. Ehrgott The Star Spangled Banner Keyes Mary Cheney and Chorus (a) Funeral March of a Marionet Gounod (b) "Chanson san Paroles Tschaikowsky Orchestra (a) Aus meinen Grossen Schmerzen Franz (b) Du bis't die Ruh Schubert (c) Waldeinsamkeit Reger Mary Cheney Mr. Patton at the Piano "My Old Kentucky Home" (request) Stephen Foster Chorus Aria—"Che Gelida Manilla" (Boheme) Puccini Mr. Van Hoose Overture—"Light Cavalry" von Suppe Orchestra "America" (first and last stanzas) Henry Carey Chorus and Audience (all standing). Victrolas and all other types of modern talking machines, at Eilers Music House, Eilers Building, Seventh and Alder. D. C. Roberts, 1876. NATIONAL HYMN.* O. W. Warren, 1892. X Leads forth in beau - ty all the star - ry band Of shin - ing worlds in In this free land by Thee our lot is cast; Be Thou our nil - er, lie Thy strong arm our ev - er sure de - fence; Thy true re - lig - ion Lead us from night to nev - er - end-ing day; Fill all our lives with splen-dor thro' the skies, Our grate - ful songs be - fore Thy throne a - rise, guar-dian,guide and stay, Thy word our law, Thy paths our cho-sen way. in our hearts in - crease, Thy boun - teous good-ness hour, ish us in peace, love and grace di - vine, And glo - ry, laud and praise be ev - er Thine. A - men. *From the Tucker Hymnal, by permission of the owner. DIXIE LAND. With spirit and dash. * p Words and Music by Dan. D. Emmett. Arranged by N. Clifford Page. 1. I wish I was in de land ob cot-ton, Old times dar am not for-got-ten; 2. Ole Mis.-sus • mar-ry " Wile-de-wea - ber," Wil-lium was a gay de - ceab-er; 3. His face was sharp as a butch-er's clea-ber, But dat did not seem to greab'er; 4. Dar's buck-wheat cakes an' In - gen'bat - ter, Makes you fat or a lit-tie fat-ter; Look- a-way! (Look may!) Look a-way! (Look a-way!) Look a-way ! (Look a-way!) Dix-ie Land! (Dix-ie Land !) • The small notes may bo sung if desired, using the words Fling. Fling in imitation of the banjo. DIXIE LAND. In Dix - ie Land whar I was born in, Ear - ly on one frost - y morn-in', Look-a- Butwhenhe put his arm a-round 'er, Hesmiledas fierce as a for - ty pound-er, Look-a- Ole Mis - sus act de fool - ish part, And died for a man dat broke her heart, Look-a- Denhoe it down an' scratch your grabble.To Dix -ie's Land I'm bound to trab-ble, Look-a- way !(Look - a - wayl) Look-a-way! (Look-a - way !)Look-a-way! (Look -a - way !) Dixie Land.(Dix - ie Land.) Den I wish I was in Dix-ie, Hoo-ray! Hoo-ray! In Dix - ie's Land, I'll Hoo-ray! . . . Hoo-ray! A - way T take my stand To lib an' die in Dix - ie, A - way ! A - A - way! A - way I way down south in Dix - ie ; A - way! A - way! A - way down south in Dix - ie. 1. God of our fa - thers,whose al - might -y hand 2. Thy love di - vine hath led us in the past, 3. From war's a-larms, from dead - ly pes - ti-lence; 4. Re - fresh Thy peo - pie on their toil-some way, A - way! A - way ! Praise Ye the Father. Charles Gounod, 1818-1893. Fath - er! Let all the earth sing praise to Him! Praise ye the Let the earth sing praise to Him! it Fath - er For He is ev - er mer - ci-ful! Praise ye the PRAISE YE THE FATHER. kind-ness! Let earth pro-claim His maj - es-ty! Come, sing His praise! Ev - 'ry voice pro - claim His pow'r! He is our sing praise! Pro - claim His pow'r! Praise ye the V Fath - er, Who no - eth ev - 'ry spar - row's fall! Praise ye His PRAISE YE THE FATHER. strength and our hope! . . . God is our shield, our our strength, our hope! God is our strength, our hope! He ... . hath made . . all the strength, our hope! Our Lord hath made world and the heav'n a - hove us! In His strength, in his love, He PRAISE YE THE FATHER. the heav - ens for us! In love, rul - eth the world, .1 rise, and praise ye the Fath - er! Praise Him all ye na - tions. Let all the earth sing prais - es! Praise Him ev - 'ry na - tion. All the earth shall re-joice in Him! na - tion. All the earth shall re-joice in Him! Praise the Fath - er! PRAISE YE THE FATHER. Praise Him for His might - y acts! Glo - ry to His ev - er- last - ing name! God a - lone is our sal - va - tion and our strengtg, O Praise ye the Lord! Praise ye the Lord! THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER Francis Scott Key Arr. by John B. Shirley 1. Oh . . say can you see by the dawn's ear - ly light What so proud - ly we 2. On the shore dim - ly seen thro' the mist of the deep, Where the foe's haught-y 3. Oh! . thus be it ev - er when free • men shall stand Be - tween their loved 4 hailed at the twi - light's last gleam - ing? Whose broad stripes and bright stars, thro' the host in dread si - lence re - pos - es, What is that which the breeze, o'er the homes and the war's des - o - la - tion; Blest with vic - t'ry and peace may the per - il - ous fight, O'er- the ram - parts we watch'd, were so gal - lant • V tow - er - ing steep, As it fit - ful - ly blows, half con - ceals, half dis heav'n - res - cued land Praise the pow'r that hath made and pre-served us a 1 r stream-ing? And the rock -ets' red glare, the bombs burst - ing in air, Gave. . clos - es? Now it catch - es the gleam of the morn - ing's first beam, In full na - tion! Then con - quer we must when our cause it is just, And . . proof thro' the night that our flag was still there. Oh!. . say does that star-span - gled glo - ry re - flect - ed, now shines on the stream.'Tis the star-span - gled ban ner, O this be our mot - to*" In God is our trust." And the star-span - gled ban-ner, in ban - ner yet wave O'er the land of the free, And the home of the brave ? long may it wave O'er the land of the free, And the home of the brave, tn - umph shall wave O'er the land of the free, And the home of the brave. HOLMES BUSINESS COLLEGE PORTLAND OREGON GRADUATES CAN BE FOUND EVERYWHERE POINTING TO THIS SCHOOL AS THE REASON FOR THEIR REMARKABLE SUCCESS- FOR YOU POSITIONS SECURED FOR STUDENTS WHEN COMPETENT WITHOUT CHARGE SEND FOR CATALOG WB MARSH MADE HATS $2.00 MORRISON & WEST PARK PORTLAND, OREGON
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June 7, 1912