Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1909

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Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE) online yearbook collection, 1909 Edition, Page 152 of 254
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MOORK SCHOTT Our huntiinl ot ly-rigfi THE NORMAL MALE QUARTET ROWAN Though one of the smallest organizations of the Normal the Normal Male Quartet •s one of the best known and one in which the school takes great pride. Last year tile well known Sophomore Quartet was organized with the following personnel: Messrs. Lanphere, Rowan. Brittell and Schott. This organization was a success from the start and a year’s work and training developed an excellent combination. Upon the opening of school this year Mr. Brittell did not return and the remaining members of the quartet being anxious to continue their (iiartet work sought a baritone. Mr. Moore, who had formerly attended the Normal and who had been connected with other quartets, was selected to till Mr. Brittell’s place. Regular daily rehearsa.'s were held and the quartet was soon brought into good condition. The quartet furnished a number of selections for the program of the State V. M. C. A. Convention which was held at Hastings and were highly complimented by the daily papers nul committee on resolutions. 'I he quartet is also a valuable part of the Glee Club, giving special numbers at the regular concerts. Mr. Lanphere as first tenor stands as o:tc of the best the Normal has ever had • Mr. Rowan’s natural tenor voice is ever pleasing and he fills his place as second tenor with credit. Mr. Moore possesses a rich baritone voice well adapted to the part he takes. Mr. Schott as basso tills his place as only Mr. Schott can. He has a wide range and a tine quality of tone. The Normal Male Quartet has been well classified by a comment from a member of the musical department faculty is “the right combination." LAN PI I ERE

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THE STATE NORMAL BAND Clare B. Cornell, Director OFFICERS C. Gordon Beck, President G. E. Sanders. Treasurer H. K. Mitton, Assistant Director Arthur Longfellow, Librarian F. I'). Kcim, Secretary Prof. C. F. Beck, Honorary Member BAND ROSTER Blinn Helms. Piccolo F. D. Kcim, Clarinet C. B. Moore, Clarinet Harold Humphreys, Clarinet II. K. Mitton, Solo Cornet Forrest McAdams, Solo Cornet Arthur Klima. First Cornet M. E. Healey. First Cornet Verne Chatclain, Second Cornet Blaine Reed, Second Cornet Leon Williams, Third Cornet Tracy Tyler, b'irst Horn Vernon Krebs, Second Horn Harold Chatclain, Third Horn Herbert Fairchild. First Baritone J. J. Byrne, Second Baritone C. Gordon Beck, First Trombone Elmer Seeley. Second Trombone Verne Hjoadley, Third Trombone Everett Good. B flat Bass (i. E. Sanders. Tuba Guy Ziegler, Tuba Arthur Longfellow. Tuba Leonard Barnes. Snare Drum Harry Sanders, Bass Drum Jt PROGRAM GIVEN MARCH 24, 1909 Part I. March—Battery Park ...................•....................................Thayer Overture—Orpheus .......................................................Offenbach Selection—Merry Widow ......................................................Lchar Soprano Solo—Summer.................................................... Chaminade Miss Sydney Murphy Largo..................................................................... Handel Sextette from Lucia ....................................................Poniselli Part II. March of the Guard ........................................................Geibel . Gi.ee Club Overture—Zampa.............................................................Hcrold W a 11 .—FI i r tat ion ...................................................Sleek Tenor Solo—The Bedouin I,ovc Song.........................................Pinsuti Mr. H. C. House Descriptive—Hunting ....................................................Huecalosi March—Stars and Stripes Forever ............................................Sousa One hundred forty-seven



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