College News and Departmental Notes: Music
by Departmental notes - 1922
The department of music has resumed this fall a custom which was interrupted by the war—that of giving a series of informal recitals on Wednesday afternoons in Milbank Chapel. The first, on November 2, was a lecture recital of Hungarian music, by Mr. Adolph Alfred Kugel, assisted by Mrs. Lillian Sloane at the piano; the second, a joint piano and voice recital by Mrs. Cowl and Mr. Jolliffe; the third, a costume recital of child songs and Indian songs by pupils of Mrs. Mehan,—Helen Porter and Augusta Van Atta, with Mr. Harry Planten at the piano; the fourth, a song recital by Miss Helen Latham; the fifth, a recital of piano, violin, and recitation, by Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Ludington and Miss Loris Gratki; the sixth and last, on December 14, Christmas music by Mr. Jolliffe, students of the department, and the audience. These recitals have filled the chapel and have provided a pleasant hour at the close of the day's work.
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