Concert program for a performance by Alexander Koshetz's Ukrainian National Chorus. The chorus was accompanied by cellist Ewssei Beloussoff and pianist M. Nicholas Stember. The performance included works by Tschaikowsky, Koshetz, and Rachmaninoff.
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Public Auditorium PORTLAND, OREGON SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 12, 1924 MR. MAX RABINOFF Presents to America ALEXANDER KOSHETZ' UKRAINIAN NATIONAL CHORUS EWSSEI BELOUSSOFF Russia's Foremost Cellist At the Piano—M. Nicholas Stember PROGRAM PART I Libretto Number 1. Ulianka Cut the Silken Grass Stupnitzky 25 2. From the Mountains and the Valleys Stetzenka 27 3. Suites of Christmas and New Year Carols Lyssenko 12 PART II 4. Variations sur un theme rococo Tschaikowsky Ewssei Beloussoff PART III 5. Our Lady of Potchaiv Leontovich 2 6. Young Juliana Koshetz 39 7. Lullaby Barvinsky-Koshetz 81 8. "Kolomyika" Song Kolessa 62 9. The Wind is Whispering on the House Lyssenko 57 PART IV 10. Etude Scriabin 11. Danse Orientale Rachmaninoff 12. Serenade Espagnole Glazounoff Ewssei Beloussoff PART V 13. Listen to the Lambs (American) Dett 170 14. Paloma Blanca (Mexican) Tejada-Koshetz 173 15. The Old Folk at Home (American) Foster-Koshetz 171 16. Vente Nina (Creole) (arranged by) Koshetz 17. Susanna (American) Foster-Koshetz 172 Steinway Piano used exclusively Record for Brunswick Records exclusively For a better understanding of the programs, a libretto has been published, giving the themes of the music and the English translations, and is on sale in the hall. COMING TO HEILIG THEATRE THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 17TH KATHERINE LAIDLAW IN A PROGRAM OF MUSICAL VISUALIZATION HOLLY PRESS, 66 FIRST ST.. PORTLAND. ORE. OVER The STEINWAY Does not require superlatives to describe it. The name itself stands for supremacy. Sixth and Morrison Streets The Delight of "Perfectness" To be perfect is the goal of every true man or woman, or at least to be as near perfect as possible in this world of sorrows and sunshine. The Ukrainian Chorus is pronounced to be the nearest approach to perfection in vocal rendering of music and in a similar way, those who know, not those who have an axe to grind, but those who are impartial, pronounce the wonderful, almost human, service rendered them by the Gasco Furnace with its faithful little Thermostat, that keeps the heat of your house just where you desire it, as the nearest to perfect perfection. Musical critics have in vain looked for words adequate to describe the singing of the "Ukrainian Chorus. Likewise thousands of Portlanders have exhausted their vocabulary to express their delight with the Gasco. There is only one Gasco.
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January 12, 1924
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