Memorial Hall, Thursday Evening, February 22, at 8:20; Fritz Kreisler, Violinist

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Original music program printed on beige paper. 5 1/2" x 9." Very slight browning on front and back panels. Four pages (one leaf folded in half), complete. There are advertisements on two panels for Goldsmith's music store and a concert at Memorial Hall featuring pianist Rachmaninoff on March 19, 1923. This is a music program for a performance by violinist and composer Fritz Kreisler (1875-1962). The program lists the following songs performed by Kreisler: Handel's "Sonata, D-major," Bruch's "Scotch Fantasie," Ernest Schilling's "Intermezzo Alla Zingara (From Violin Concerto)," Kreisler's "Polichinelle (Serenade), "Farewell to Cuchullan [Londonderry Air] (Transcribed by Kreisler)," and Saint-Saen's "Rondo Capriccioso." Carl Lamson is listed as the accompanist ("Steinway Piano Used"); R. D. Smith under "Local Direction."