Concert program for Tito Schipa, Italian lyric tenor with the Chicago Opera Company, and assisting artist, Frederick Longas, pianist. Mr. Schipa performed arias and songs by Caccini, Pergolese, Massenet, Leoncavallo, Donizetti, and other composers. Mr. Longas played four piano compositions, by Schumann, Granados and Longas, two pieces during the first half of the concert and two pieces during the second half.
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STEERS & COMAN Present TITO SCHIPA Premier Lyric Tenor—Chicago Opera Company Assisting Artist: Mr. Frederick Longas, Pianist Management: Evans & Salter HEILIG THEATRE Wednesday Evening, October 31, 1923 PROGRAM I. Amarilli Caccini Nina Pergolese Mr. Schipa II. "Manon—(The Dream) Massenet Mr. Schipa III. Romanza Schumann La Calesa—(Goyescas) Granados Mr. Longas IV. Ave Maria - Schipa At Parting Rogers Suzanne Calcavecchia Mr. Schipa INTERMISSION V. "Princesita Padilla "Harlequin's Serenade, from "Pagliacci" Leoncavallo "Chi se nne scorda cchiu ----- Barthelemy Mr, Schipa VI. Danza V Granados Zapateado Longas Mr. Longas VII. "Granadinas Barrera "Ay-Ay-Ay! Perez-Freire Mr. Schipa VIII. Elisir d'amore—(A furtive tear) - Donizetti Mr. Schipa "VICTOR RECORDS MASON & HAMLIN PIANO NOTE: Steers & Coman will present EFREM ZIMBALIST a Superlative Artist At the HEILIG THEATRE November 21 OVER COMING— Efrem Zimbalist Violinist Heilig Theatre—Nov. 21 Direction: STEERS & COMAN Prices—Floor $2.50 Balcony $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 Gal. Res. $1.00; Adm. 50c War Tax 10% Extra MAIL ORDERS NOW Orders will be filed in the order of their receipt and filled before the regular box office sale opens, if accompanied by check and self-addressed, stamped envelope, sent to Steers & Coman, Columbia Building, Portland, Oregon. Box Office Seat Sale Monday, November 19 The VICTROLA The Supremacy of the Victrola among musical instruments is directly attributable to quality. The greatness of its artists, the perfection of its records, the faithfulness of its reproductions, the design and construction of the Victrola. itself—all bespeak the highest quality and make the Victrola the supremely satisfying musical instrument. To get the final touch of perfection which makes an artist great, it is necessary that the artist's Victor Records be played on the Victrola. The Victor Records made by Tito Schipa reveal his voice at its best. He makes Victor Records exclusively. Sherman Clay & Co. Sixth and Morrison Streets
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October 31, 1923