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SYMPHONY HALL, BOSTON
TROMBONES. TUBA. Hess, M. Wendler, G. Kloepfel, L. Hampe, C.
Lorenz, O. Lorbeer, H. Gebhardt, W. Mann, J. Aloo, M. Hain, F.
Hackebarth, A. Heim, G. Mäusebach, A Phair, J. Schumann, C. Merrill, C. Kenfield, L.
HARP. Schuecker, H.
It is but five feet long and in Tonal Proportions
It is Chickering & Sons' most recent triumph.
THIRTY-FIRST SEASON, NINETEEN HUNDRED ELEVEN and TWELVE
Symphony in B-flat major, No. 1, Op. 38
Aria, “Con vezzie, con lusinghe," from “Il Seraglio" Bossi
Goldonian Intermezzi, Op. 127
Air, “Depuis le jour," from “Louise" Reger
A Comedy Overture, Op. 120 First performance of the work
There will be an intermission of ten minutes after the symphony
The doors of the hall will be closed during the performance of each number on the programme. Those who wish to leave before the end of the concert are requested to do so in an interval between the numbers.
City of Boston, Revised Regulation of August 5. 1898.- Chapter 3. relating to the
covering of tbe bead in places of public amusement Every licensee shall not, in his place of amusement, allow any person to wear upon the head a covering shich obstructs the view of the exhibition or performance in such place of any person seated in any seat therein provided for spectators, it being understood that a low bead covering without projection, wbich does not obstruct such view, may be worn.
Attest: J. M. GALVIN, City Clerk