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l5vA study of tlio announced programme
Efor tho Godowsky concurt tomorrow night
nay give color lo tho folio wine excerpt
ironi the Now Yorl: Sun undor date of
"Tho execution of feats in octaves and
U formldablo Interlocking passages nlso
seems as easy to this player as running
a to a rabbit, yes. even n. juckrubblt.
H11 the pianists throb with admiration
Mid. clph with envy. And It Is largely
jpon this sort of thing that the rcpula
lon of Mr. Godowsky Is built."
itHoro Is the programme:
Ubnata op. SI (B flat) Beethoven
if Lea Adleux.
W Isi relour.
Cro 6ongs without words ..Mendelssohn
LTlationa on a theme by Paganlnl
i .- Brahms
!fv (1 book.)
pastorale (Angelus) Corelll
&usettc an Rondeau Rameau
Iaj. Caquet Dandrleu.
Honat& op. SS (B minor) Chopin
Lu bord d'uno source LIsst
Concert study, F minor Liszt
fraphonlc metamorphosos of "Kunst
lerleben" by Strauss , ..D. Oodowek-y
Certain it Ic that the Justly famous
Janlst will be greoted by an audlonco of j
aterostcd and Jippreclatiro students and j
rvcrs of music.
Dr. Wiloy to Lecture Here.
Dr. Harvey TV. Wiloy. tho former
hlef of the government pure food bureau,
ill be heard In a locture next Frldav
Jj ienlng, January 31, at tlio First M. 13.
. iurch, as the third attraction of tho
J raharn Lyceum series Unusual Interest
., manifested In Dr. Wiley's appearance.
4 fncs the first announcement was made
tfly on thousand tickets havo been
?Dr. Wiley's mesiago is of vital Impor
inoe to every fireside. "Whan ho resigned
'& position with the government it was
ted that he woud Henceforth givo to
in peoplo information about adulterated
to&a. Dr. TVHoy will lecture all the way
; ;om TCow York to San Francisco. He
is chosen the Lyceum platform from
blob to deliver the great message which
picas prepared for the American people.
I ftor It was learned that Dr. TVHey had
I. tJceiJ' up tlje lecture platform the Chi
' i&o Post said: "Dr. Wiley will-fight the
, jemles of pure food from the lecture
atform. Freed from the entanglements
) 'itthe departmental red tape and etl
- tette, the voteran fighter la planning to
3 wry the fight to the people and his pro
$ ramme Includes cities from coast to
i If Paderewskl to Return.
f It has been definitely settled that
Y aderewskl is to return to America nest
'4 lason for an extensive tour throughout
t3 e-country, which will be under tho dl
ption of Charles A. Ellis of Boston.
Ib greatest of living pianists has not
.5! cn in America slircc the winter of
J JS-03, when ho spent a few weeks in
i i'easL His principal object in coming
-'AW'Amerlca at that time was to havo his
$nphony performed by tho Boaton Sym
;iny orchestra. Ho haa not made an
3 tended concert iour In America since
Talented Child Pianist
jpQDQWSKY and DR. WILEY
1 11 1 11 I..
Wo Celctratei Men to Be Heard in Salt Lake TLifl vVcck
-K'fl famous piauiBt, scheduled for a rocital at the Hrsfc JM. E. churcii Mon-j.-yanlnB,
undor tlio patronage of several prominent Salt Lake musicians,
flUjre on sal Rt Dayncs-Beobo Music Oo. (Advortls'emont)
"Jfwjfc . DK. HAE.VET W. WILEY,
mpaeat Dure food expert, to be heard in a locture at tho first M, E
friday cveniryj, Jannary 31 , under tho management of Fred 0. Gra-
i fflHfw B a ficats cjomnnmcea at th. e IXaynes-Beoba Music Co, tomorrow. ,
the aea&ou of 1907-OS. Slnc that time
he has had a successful tour In South
America and an equally successful tour
In South Africa, while giving many con
certs In Great Brltuin aJid on tho conti
nent. Paderewukl will arrive In America. In
September and will opon his tour with
a series of concerts In eastern and west
ern Canada. He will be hero until April
uud will play in tho neighborhood of .100
Mr. ISlllu haa also made arrangements
whereby he will havo the direction ot
a season's tour of Fritz Krelslor. the
eminent vIollntGt. Mr. Krciulor will ar
rive in America toward the end of Octo
ber and otay mitil spring. Both Mr.
Kreisler and Mr. Fade rows Id will glvo
concerts along the Pacific slope and in
tho south, as well . as in the northern
and eastern stales.
Music at First Methodist.
The following programme of sacred
musio will be given at tho Flint Meth
odist church for today's sendees;
Authom, "God Is a Spirit" LansiDg
Mrs. Charles Daily and choir.
Soprano solo. "How Lovely Aro Thy
MJsa Jossio Nelson.
Anthcni, "Unfold" Gounod
Mies Mao O'Nlell and choir.
Soprano solo. "Ave Maria" Gounod
Miss ISdna Evans.
(Violin obllgato by lBlmer Young.)
Gojicort at Hotel Utah.
ZUtns Tim Rusbiind (l.te of Hcronior
Etoln'ri Orautl Oporu company, London)
and lloraco Bowon, baritone, will bo the
rololKts at the regular Sunday evening
concert given by tho MeClellan Hotol
Utah orohentra in the lobby of tho ho
tel thift evening at S:50 o'clock.
Overture, 'TPsigllncd" Leoncavallo
Selection, "Tho Ileurt Breakers".,..
(a) "Call of Lovtt";
(h) "SomolhltiB: New";
From the oporu, "Jtu Canary," now
being written by Harold Orlob.
Iiumoretikn 4........... Dvorak
Wedding lo' at Troldhaugen Qriea
(a) "Til a M-acDowcII
(b) "Livo' Woo" F. Ai-ons
Mr. Bo won.
TV'nlr, "Tiilcii Fivm iv Vienna
Vocal, "HooIm iiml Saddles"
Bpccial Concert at Post.
T'liurmlny ovenlng of thla week tho
Tvventlotli Infantry band, undor tho dl
recllon of A. de la (Mora, ohiof musician.
vill give a special concert in the gym
naalum at tho post. All music lovors of
tho city ore cordially invited. The pro
gramme, which will begin at 3 o'clock,
March, "The Twentieth United
States Infantry". Do la Mora
Overture, "William Tell" Kosslni
Ucrcnadc, "Aubade Prlntanlcro".. , -
Solo for cornel, "Hyldi)" ..Garzon
Mr. do la Mora.
Grand. selection, "The Count of Lux
"Invitation a la Valso" Wober
Paraphrase. "Lorelcy" Tesvaara
Selection, "The Quaker Girl"
At the EilT Oliirrch.
During the service this morning at the
Tliff Methodist church the following pro
gramme of music will bo given:
Prelude. "Pilgrlm'B Chorus". ..Tannhausor
Miss Ilardlnian on the piano.
Praver fiong, "1 Will Call Upon
Quartette, Miss Morse. Mrs. Nlcholf?,
Mr. Hlskey, .Mr. Trapp.
Anthom, "Lead Us, O Father". .. .Adams
Sopraiio solo Selected
Miss Lcnoro Morje.
Offertory. "Tho Rosary" NevinB
Wlllio Hardiman on th violin.
Big Chorus Does Well.
About 700 singers were at the initial
rehearsal of Stephens's big chorus last
Thursday at tho assembly hall, and good
work was done. The big crowd about
half flllcd tho building both downstairs
and in the galleries. A beautiful and
novel effect was produced by the big
choir humming an accompaniment to a
solo, "My Valley Home." sung in fine
stylo by Mrs. .Emma Ramsey Morris,
whose voicts was never mote beautiful
than now. The ladles ot the chorus will
meet for a separate rehearsal Monday
night, and the male chorua of S00 voices
on Thurad2y night, both la the assembly
Music" a.t Y. W. O. A
An excellent programme has been ar
ranged by MIhk Marguerite Andrewi? for
tho usual Y. TV. C. A- monthly muslcale
to bo held thin afternoon at 5 o'clock,
Continental Bank building. Those who
will participate are. Harpist, Mrs. Ed
ward McGurrln; baritone, Theodore
Loohner; violin, MIsh Margaret Brown
ing; vocal duet, Mrs. PL A, Hansen and
Miss Ella. Hansen; harp and violin num
ber, Mrs. McGurrln and Miss Adene
Brownie; sopxano aolo, Miss Ethelin
Mary Frances Sanborn haa Issued In
vitations to a piano recital to be given
bv some of her younger pupils Friday
evening of this week. Eight-year-old
Lillian Smoltzer, pianist and fancy
dancor, will be a feature of the pro
gramme. TVlth sovoral wock3 remaining for re
hearsals, the St. David's day eisteddfod,
to bo hold in Barratt hall March 3 and 4.
lias aroused that degree of interest as to
assure its success. Squire Coop, Anton
Pedersen and Joseph Ballantyne. the lat
ter of Ogden. will be the adjudicators.
An operetta. "Snow White and the
Seven Dwarfs." will ha given by the chil
dren of the Eighteenth ward. Primary as
sociation at Whitney hall Thursday. Feb
ruary 13. Rehearsals aro now In progress
under tho direction of Mrs. H. S. Ensign
and Miss 'Marl Gaten. Henry E. Giles
will arrange for and conduct the assist
Following closo upon the Gcdow&ky re
cital will come another treat for lovers of
piano work, tho appearance of Fannie
Bioomrieia iiejsner, one ot cne wona-ra-mous
ortistB, who gives her recital here
Tuesday evening, February IS. She ap
pears under the direction of the Bassett
Under the direction of Prof. Anton
Podeiuon the Philharmonic orchestra Is
doing exccllont work on the prelude to
"Lohengrin, " Schubert's "unfinished
symphony," and tho Sixth Symphony of
At Unity church this morning tho quar
tette will sing "Pilgrim's Chorus" from
"I lyjiubardl." The soprano soloist will
bo 'Miss Lillian Phelps, whoac .selection
Ip Dudley Buck's "Hear Ye, O Israel."
Tho choir, under tho direction of Joseph
Poll, in preparing for a recital on the
ovening of February IS.
Wednesday, January 20, the music sec
tion of the Ladles Literary club will meet
at the club house, when Edgar Bayllss
will continue his lectures on music, this
being tho second. Tho committee in
charpfe of the day Is as follows: Mrs.
Hornung, Mrs. Corliss, Mrs. Bowers. Mrs.
Jack Taylor and Sirs. Barrette. Thev
cordially Unite all Interested to attend
tho section. Tho programme follows:
"Spring Song," Euterpe society of the
Ladles Literary club, Mrs. Wetzell. lead
er; napor, "Oratorios and Cantatas of
MfonuclBcohn," Miss Marlon Gllkerson:
trio, "Lift Thine Eyes," Mrs. Jack Tay
lor. Mrs. C. C. Dally, and Miss Edna
Dwyer; illustrated paper, "Song With
out WonlB," Mrs. A. P. Stone; illustra
tions by Mrs. Hornung; piano solo,
"Hunting Song." Miss Kendall Francke:
oolo from Elijah. "O Hear Ye, Israel,"
Mrs, Jack Taylor; duct. "O Would That
My Love." Mrs. Clifford und Mrs. Sny
der; orchestra, "Midsummer Night's
Dream"; music, "Falrv Music." "Noc
turne." "Woddlng March"; Mrs. Ander
son, leader, and violins; Mfawes Jean Clif
ton. Frances Hahn and P.ouo Plnnock.
violoncello, Misa Gladys Wickr.ns.
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