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Page 186 text:
SENOIR MALE QUARTETTE
DAVIES BREESE (Director! TKIGCS
SUKSS I.. HOTCHKISS
“.Music should strike tire from the heart of man. and bring tears from the eyes of woman." —Beethoven.
As we look back over the splendid records that have been made in the last few years, there is no organization that we point to with greater pride than our Normal School Quartette. It is seldom indeed that a school the size of Oshkosh Normal can boast of a musical organization that can even approach the work of these four songsters.
The hovs have been working together for two years and during this time the programs given by both the Band and (dec Club have largely centered around their work. This year all four members of the quartette played in the band and this combination proved very effective at Superior, where shkosh was conceded the honors in the field of entertainments.
The past year has been a very active one for the quartette. In addition to the Band and the Glee Club it has made many public api earances as a separate organization. A number of concerts have been given in cities all over the state, such as Kenosha. Fond du Lac. Menasha. and Stevens Point. Lverywhere the boys have l een well received.
The programs given by the Quartette arc exceptional because of the extreme variety of the songs rendered, running all the way from the frankly comic type of music to that of a religious and a classical nature. All the boys are soloists of unusual ability, a fact that adds much to the strength of the organization.
We shall be sorry to lose an organization that has done so much for the activities of the school. May each of its memliers meet with even greater success in the future.
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GIRLS’ GLEE CLUB
T»p Row: M. 1» - Young. M. Lloyd, Sawioki. Van Herd. Kccfc, Ruj.no, Ki sitigcr, Meyer. Sterkin. Worth-
Second Row: Zick, Cam b«ll. Luther. Reynold . Sandburg. Lartoflea, Smithwick. Scott. F. Smith. McDaniel . Martin. Kastebaum.
Third Row: GtoHc. Ilough. I.uth. Rondehurh. I). Noland. IdMty. KalwaDhy. Smallcnbcrg, Xeuvillc, Lc-Fevre. M. Faroe . A. Kafer.
Fourth Row: (I. DeYoung. Whitney. A. Thiele. K. Berg. Adams, Hathaway, Casper. II. Vogt. Tanner.
Filth Row: |„ Johnson. Jindra. Waller . Cuthu, Ma urick. Ktiglcbert. Shu w. Snell, I'risbie, Kunig .
Weisse, Weine, llrcese.
"TIic buds may blow and the fruit may grow.
And the autumn leaves drop crisp and sere;
But whether the sun or rain «»r the snow.
There is ever a song somewhere, my dear."
James Whitcomb Kilev.
The aim of this club is to train in part singing. Under the leadership of Mr. Brecsc the club has had a most instructive and pleasant year.
The great interest in this work F manifested by the large number enrolled. The enrollment this year is one of the largest in the history of this club.
First Soprano I.indra Avcrback Eloisi Honest eel Gertrude DeYoung Shirley Decker Clara Dans Marie Gcrritscn Catherine 11 at haway Sarah Jane Meath Ruth Hailing Anna Kafcr Catherine Keefe Bernice Kerlicr.ger Evelyn Kissinger (ilodys Kasscbaum Bertha Krause Ruth La May Dorothy I-aughlin Marie Lloyd Vivian Luther Blanch Meyer Dorothy Nolan
Clara Rupno Lillian Schocssow Irene Smallcnberg lone Ban Dercl Evelyn Starkweather Irene Wells Vcrdetta Weissc Dorothy Whitney Nellie Worthing Miriam Ziegler
Sylvia Guthu Evelyn Frisbe Elizabeth I lawk in son Lillian Hume Louise Hide Myrtle James Lydia Johnson Erna Karstaedt Bernice I.e Fever Genevieve Martin Ruth Mattson
Dorothy Mazurck Mildred Menzcl Mcrcitles McDaniels Ethcljoc Olson Irene Puth Ethel Randebush Gwendolyn Recce Mablc Scott Nell Smithwick Florence Smith Mildred Snell Amanda Thiele Evelyn Tanner Harriett a Vogt Sylvia Zick
Marie Adams Ethel Bcllmorc Ehba Berg Catherine Bovlan Anna Brucnig
Bcrnadinc Campbell Marion DeYoung Grace Englcl crt Sylvia Griffith Naomi Grosse Theodora Hansen Ruth Hough Hildra Jindra Alvira Kawalshy Cecilia Kasper Marcella Koenings Ruth l tstofka Ida I.uth Agnes Neuville Arlene Reynolds Elsie Snad! er.g Gertrude Stcrkin Theresa Sawieki Florence Thiele Alice Worthing Stella Walters
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“Music is the inarticulate speech of the car. which cannot be compressed into words because it is so infinite."
The Nocturne Quartette, a new group formed this year under the stimulus of Christmas activities, has added a delightful new feature to the versatile musical organizations of the school.
Inspired by a mutual enthusiasm for ensemble playing, the members of the quartette prepared an extensive reportoire of classical chamber music. After gratifying success in two assembly programs, a series of city engagements followed. in which the quartette made a splendid impression and elicited much praise.
The debut concert of the quartette was given at Christ Lutheran Church before a large and appreciative audience. An interesting program, which excelled in variety, was presented, including not only quartette numbers, but also ducts, trios, and solos by each member of the group.
Other programs were given at the First Presbyterian Church, the First Con-gregationalist Church, the Oshkosh Women’s Club. Lions’ Club. I). A. R.. and business Women’s Club. The quartette plans to give several concerts in nearby cities later on.
.So. although this organization was formed late in the year, it has already made an enviable record, and it is to be ho] cd that the Nocturne Quartette will become like the older musical organizations, a tradition of (). N. S.
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