Concert program for a performance by violinist Yehudi Menuhin accompanied by Hubert Giesen at the piano. The performance included sonatas by Bach and Cesar Franck, a work by Bruch, and a piece by Block dedicated to Yehudi. The program appears to be printed on one sheet of folded paper and torn in half so that pages 3 and 4 are missing.
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STEERS & COMAN Present YEHUDI MENUHIN Violinist HUBERT GIESEN, at the Piano AUDITORIUM Monday Evening, April 21, 1930 - 8:30 Management: Evans & Salter PROGRAM (1) Sonata in G major, for Violin and Piano................. .Bach (Recently discovered. Arranged and played for the first time by Adolf Busch, eminent German violinist, last summer in Leipzig at the Bach Festival. Yehudi is continuing his studies with Adolf Busch.) (2) Sonata in A major, for Violin and Piano..........Cesar Franck L Allegretto ben moderato II. Allegro III. Recitative — Fantasia IV. Allegretto poco mosso INTERMISSION (3) Scottish Fantasy, Op. 46................................Bruch I. Grave — Adagio cantabile II. Allegro — Andante sostenuto III. Finale: Allegroguerriero (4) (a) "Abodah"—(God's Worship) dedicated to Yehudi... .Bloch (b) Siciliano and Rigaudon...............Francoeur-Kreisler (c) Scherzo — Tarantelle ....................... Wieniawski Victor Red Seal Records The Mason & Hamlin Piano used Exclusively TO CONCERT GOERS:—This is the last concert of the present season. See our announcement of Eight Great Attractions for NEXT SEASON. (OVER) STEERS & COMAN Announce eight novel and diversified attractions Thirteenth Annual Season Tickets: $3.00 Single Ticket ( oncerts): $7.50 $5.00 - $8.00 $11.00 $12.50 $10.00 $15.50 John Charles Thomas Internationally Famous Baritone "As a rule it is no compliment to a singer to measure his attainments by a Caruso and a Clement, but Mr. Thomas can stand up and carry the compliment."—New York Sun. steinway piano brunswick records MISCHA ELMAN "He played with all the old magnificence and opulence of tone, with fearless and rapturous virtuosity, and with a sensitiveness and taste and a ripened thought and imagination that have no orecedent in our memory of him."—Olin Downes—N. Y. Times steinway piano victor records The Aguilar Lute Quartet A Fascinating Novelty from Spain "A New Marvel—The finesse of the Agui-lars is astonishing to the point of unbelief. Rhythm of the fatalistic inevitable kind that seems to be the birthright of true artists only. Sensational bravura appropriate to the character of the music. / should advise you not to miss them."— Samuel Chotzinoff—N. Y. World. Liebeslied Quartet of Vocalists and an Ens "The Quartet gave a lavish abundam The instrumental accompaniment wa.< part was of the highest quality, for an lieder can only be given by singers expression."-—Saratoga, N. Y.
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April 21, 1930