Concert program for a joint recital by pianist Rudolph Ganz and violinist and composer Albert Spalding. The two musicians opened the concert with a work by Beethoven that was dedicated to A. Kreutzer. The program continued with works by Tartini, Grieg, Paganini, Saint-Saens, Debussy and Sibelius, and Mr. Spalding performed one of his own compositions, "Une lettre de Chopin." Andre Benoist accompanied Mr. Spalding on a Steinway piano.
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Steers & Coman Present in Joint Recital Rudolph Ganz, pianist Albert Spalding, violinist Thursday Evening, March 29, 1917 Heilig Theatre Management: CHARLES L. WAGNER D. F. McSWEENEY, Associate Manager GEO. E. BROWN Program 1. Sonata in A major (for Pianoforte and Violin) . . Beethoven Dedicated to A. Kreutzer Messrs. Ganz and Spalding 2. Sonata—"The Devil's Trill . . . . . . Tartini Mr. Spalding 3. Ballade in G minor . . . . . . . . Grieg Mr. Ganz 4. (a) Romanza Andaluza ...... Sarasate (b) Caprice No. IX . . . . . . . Paganini (c) Une Lettre de Chopin ...... Spalding (d) Polonaise in D . . . . . . Wieniawsky Mr. Spalding 5. (a) Spanish Dance . . . . . . . Granados (b) Bouree (for the left hand) .... Saint-Saens (c) L'ondine (ripples of water) ..... Debussy (d) Feux d'artifice (Fireworks) ..... Debussy (e) Romance in D flat . . . . . Sibelius (f) Rhapsody in C.......Dohnanyi Mr. Ganz ANDRE BENOIST, Accompanist for Mr. Spalding STEINWAY PIANO USED COMING: Monday, April 16, Eleventh Street Theatre NEW YORK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA WALTER DAMROSCH, Conductor, EFREM ZIMBALIST, Soloist PRICES: $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 Sunday Afternoon, April 15 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT, Walter Damrosch, Conductor PRICES: $1.50, $1.00, 75c Send checks, self-addressed, stamped envelopes to Steers & Coman, Columbia Bldg. THE Irwin-Hodson Co., PORTLAND, ORE. _ Northern Pacific Yellowstone Park Line One Trip Will Convince You A safe and comfortable road TO eastern points UNEXCELLED DINING CAR SERVICE PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS EXCELLENT ROADBED BLOCK SIGNALS Northern Pacific Railway TICKETS: 255 MORRISON - REET PHONES: MAIN 244 —A 1244 A. D, CHARLTON, / G. P. A , PORTLAND, OREGON There is nothing in the human vocabulary that conveys a more definite impression of piano pre-eminence than the single word STEINWAY Sherman Clay & Co. Sixth and Morrison Sts.
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