Concert program for Russian Aid Concert presenting Herta Richter, mezzo soprano, David Campbell, concert pianist and lecturer, and H. Lynn Godfredson, tenor. The program included piano works composed by Rachmaninoff, Chopin, and Scriabin, and vocal works composed by Romberg, Rubinstein, Schubert, Verdi, Leoncavallo, Massenet, and Grieg. Maestro William F. Grosvenor directed the program.
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RUSSIAN AID CONCERT November 10, 1944 Neighbors of Woodcraft Auditorium Presenting HERTA RICHTER WORLD FAMOUS MEZZO SOPRANO DAVID CAMPBELL OUTSTANDING CONCERT PIANIST AND LECTURER H. LYNN GODFREDSON WIDELY KNOWN GOLDEN VOICED TENOR Compliments of: NORTHWEST MARINE IRON WORKS 2516 N. W. 29th AT. 8222 SHIP REPAIR AND CONVERSION WORK Compliments of: KASCH AUTO & TRUCK SERVICE 424 S.E. Main Street ELECTRIC & ACETYLENE WELDING Compliments of: Morris Rogoway Bernard's Jewelry Store Compliments of: MIKE DeCICCO Gillette Tires New Retail Store 2940 S. W. Gorbett Phone AT 9497 Compliments of: FARNY TRUCK SERVICE Daily Service to St. Helens and Way Points Portland,At.ll64 St.Helens,334 1419 N. W. OVERTON Compliments of: NIKLAS & SON Florists 1013 S. W. Morrison BR. 1433 Compliments of: SUNSET FUEL COMPANY 5920 S. W. MACADAM AT. 2156 The Becka-Leah Foundation Its History and Purpose A new organization of interest to the residents of Portland is the Becka-Leah Philanthropic Foundation, Inc., founded by a group of Portland's leading business men. Mr. L. Albert is president of the organization, Max H. Packouz vice-president, Jake Shleifer treasurer, and Sol Sax executive secretary. Their headquarters at present are located at 1218 S. E. Grand, Becka-Leah is a permanent organization founded on the behalf of all human beings, and for their aid after the war, regardless of race, creed or color. A philanthropic organization which at present has over 100 members, holding meetings and programs of vital interest in music and fine speakers on various educational topics. The unusual name Becka-Leah was derived from the combination of names of Mr. Albert's deceased wife and daughter, and will stand as a memorial to them. Membership dues and all proceeds go to the benefit of humanity at home as well as countries the world over. Compliments of: McCABE Moving & Storage Co. 3149 N. E. SANDY GA. 4815 SCHOEWE'S SHOES "Fitted by Ex-Ray" • "Kali-sten-iks" and "Weather Birds" • 821 S. W. Morrison and 9th Phone Beacon 4935 WHERE TO GO . . . WHAT TO DO . . . In Portland READ . . . Goin' Places THE NORTHWEST'S ONLY "SHOW BUSINESS" PICTURE MAGAZINE On the News Stands the First of Every Month It will ease war jitters — boost your morale 10c per copy everywhere HERTA RICHTER The dramatic mezzo-soprano of the Metropole, Berlin and Staatstheater, Wiesbaden, was one of the youngest singers scoring in Wagnerian interpretation. Brought to America by Oscar Hammerstein for the opening of the Manhattan Opera House, she has toured extensively in the Americas, being especially acclaimed on the radio and concert stage in Mexico for her rendition of Latin-America songs. She is now living in Hollywood. MAX H. PACKOUZ We insure Everything but Your Conscience" ALL KINDS of INSURANCE 805 SPALDING BUILDING PORTLAND, OREGON PHONES AT. 3191 LA. 1705 H. LYNN GODFREDSON Sensational tenor with a golden voice who sings his way into the heart of his audience. He has been heard in many recitals as a concert artist also over radio. Mr. Godfredson has studied with Maestro William F. Grosvenor, internationally known baritone, who predicts a brilliant future for this young artist. BRUCE BAILEY and BONNIE REPLOGLE Teachers of Piano ADVANCED STUDENTS BEGINNERS 307 Fine Arts BIdg. BR. 0764 Compliments of: a Friend Compliments of: SCHERMERHORN BROS. CO. 24 S. W. 1st BE. 5149 COURTESY Of WEINER'S PORTLAND'S LEADING CLOTHIER S. W. Washington at Sixth Compliments of: Business Printing Company 3129 N. E. SANDY BLVD. GA. 1317 Compliments of: MAX SAGNER and Sagner Motor Car Co. 132 N. E. GRAND EA. 6193 Compliments of: LIBERTY Transfer & Storage Company Pete Phil, Mgr. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE SERVICE-MERCHANDISE DISTRIRUTION 521 N. W. Sixth Avenue PORTLAND, OREGON BR. 3315 Compliments of: KNIGHT'S SHOE COMPANY 712 S. W. MORRISON BE. 6243 Program a. Lord's Prayer Malotte b. Serenade — from The Student Prince Romberg c. Der Asra Rubinstein d. I Hear You Calling- Me Marshall H. LYNN GODFREDSON a. Heldengrab (The Grave of a Hero) Gams b. Etude in D Flat Major Scriabin c. Prelude Opus 32, No. 12 Rachmaninoff d. The City Gates — from Pictures at kn Exposition Moussorgsky DAVID CAMPBELL a. Connais-tu le Pay ? — Aria from Mignon Thomas b. Der Doppelganger (The Double) Shubert c. Der Tod und das Madchen (Death a|pd the Maiden) Shubert d. Gretchen am Spinurade (Margaret ft the Spinning Wheel) Shubert e. Heiden-rpslein (Hedge-roses) Shubert HERTA RICHTER a. M'appari tutt'amor — from Martha von FlotoiO b. La donna e' mobile — from Rigolet'jto Verdi c. Vesti la giubba — Arioso from Pagliacci Leoncavallo H. LYNN GODFREDSON a. Ballade Opus 23 Chopin b. Two Preludes Opus 28, Nos. 17 and 23 Chopin c. Polonaise Opus 53 Chopin DAVID CAMPBELL a. Ouvre tes yeus bleus (Open thy blue eyes) Massenet b. Ein Schwan (A Swan) Grieg c. Estrellita (Little Star) Ponce HERTA RICHTER Accompanist — Bonnie Replogle. This program under the direction of Maestro William F. Grosvenor STEINWAY PIANO, Courtesy of Sherman, Clay & Co. FOR THE BEST GROCERIES & MEATS Patronize Service Grocery & Market 6834 N. E. SANDY GArfield 4021 Compliments of: F.W Baltes & Company Printers 309 Southwest First AT OAK STREET PORTLAND, OREGON DAVID CAMPBELL A versatile and dynamic personality is evidenced to his hearers when David Campbell plays. An artistry that is the result of intensive training in Europe is brought to the audience by his clear and all-encompassing technic, his fine appreciation and understanding of the language of musical expression, and his wealth of rhythmic feeling. The abundance of enthusiastic press comment and the high commendation of eminent critics bear witness to a varied and noteworthy career as a concert artist both at home and abroad. Compliments of:- C. B. ROCKSTAD "ROCKEY" Compliments of: BILL'S GROCERY 1239 S. W. Morrison AT. 6936 Compliments of: Alexandra Jane Salon of Beauty 1122 S. W. Alder BE. 4964 Compliments of: THE GARMENT 808 S. W. Yamhill BE. 2390 MAESTRO WILLIAM F. GROSVEHOR Internationally Known Baritone and Teacher of Famous Singers THE OUTSTANDING VOICE TEACHER OF AMERICA PUPILS CAREFULLY PREPARED FOR RADIO, OPERA, LIGHT OPERA AND CONCERT.....FREE VOICE TESTS Compliments of: DIRECTORS FURNITURE COMPANY 715 Southwest First Avenue PORTLAND, OREGON Compliments of: Ever Ready Roofing & Painting Company ALL TYPES OF ROOFING AND PAINTING A. GILMAN, Proprietor Office, 215 Davis Bldg. Shop, 2000 S. E. 8th Ave. Portland 14, Oregon Office Phone AT 2404 Residence Phone VE 4448 Compliments of: M. H. Rosenkrantz Compliments of: Roberts Motor Co. FEDERAL & KENWORTH MOTOR TRUCKS | 123 N. E. Pacific EAst3195 Compliments of: ALBERTS PRODUCTS COMPANY Manufacturers of BEVERAGES OF ALL KINDS LA 4161 1218 S. E. GRAND AVENUE PORTLAND, OR L. ALBERT Compliments of: NATE PACKOUZ The Jewel Box Diamonds, Watches & Jewelry 365 S. W. Morrison AT 3820 Compliments of: SOLKO FURS 714 S. W. Morrison Street BE 2433 Compliments of: CHRISTENSON OIL CO. Phil Polsky 1846 N. Interstate Avenue TR 0904 Compliments of: FISHEL'S AWNING SUPPLY CO. 5 S. E. Union Ave. EA 2159 MAESTRO WILLIAM F. GROSVENOR CORDIALLY INVITES YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS TO A PROGRAM OF SONGS AND OPERA ARIAS BY HIS ARTIST STUDENTS ALSO FEATURED WILL BE A MUSICAL ELABORATION OF SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17 AT EIGHT P. M. AT NEIGHBORS OF WOODCRAFT AUDITORIUM 1410 S. W. MORRISON STREET NO ADMISSION CHARGE
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