|Item ID||egyptian19351120Dunbar.tif |
|Title||DUNBAR SOCIETY TO GIVE CHAPEL PROGRAM FRIDAY |
|Description||The African American organization, The Dunbar Society, plans to give its chapel program Friday morning. |
|Original Publication Source||Daily Egyptian |
|Date||1935 November 20 |
|Digital File Format||.TIF (Tagged Image Format) |
|Digital File Publisher||Special Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale |
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|Collection||Daily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale) |
|Transcript||DUNBAR SOCIETY |
TO GIVE CHAPEL PROGRAM FRIDAY
The Dunbar Society will give its chapel program Friday morning. The tentative program Is as follows: vocal solo by Arnold Banister, piano selection by Elizabeth Allen, review. of the life of Paul Lawrence Dunbar by Robert Jack, and violin solo by Morrison England.
The second Tuesday of next term Miss Julia Jonah will meet with the society to select characters for a play to be given during the winter quarter. Last Tuesday evening Miss Madeleine Smith of the French department entertained the society by discussing some of the works of the Russian composer, Edward Grieg. She stated that Grieg Is a folk song writer who adds a touch of melancholy to his work. His music as well as Norwegian, Scotch, and Spanish has certain peculiarities by which it can be Identified. Grieg writes In a romantic style of Schumann's school.
Among Miss Smith's demonstrations were "Morning" from Piergid's Suite. She explained that this comPosition gave a picture of sunrise. with the wind blowing and the birds singing. She then played "Papillion" (Butterfly) demonstrating the beginning in a major key and repeating in the minor. Next she gave "Bridal Procession" and stated that It was a picture of the Russian country side and people. A procession of drums and wind instruments was imitated as It approached, passed and receded.
Miss Smith ended her talk on Grieg by playing "Olav Trygvason" while all the members of the society sang it.