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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1893)
museums will bo thrown open and this funeral
public is cordially invited to be present. Ap
paratus and other educational appliances will
be displayed and the members of the Faculty
and all instructors earnestly desire all persons
interested to make themselves entirely at
home and feel free to enter at once into con
versation with those in charge of the diller
ent rouns, without the formality of an intro
duction ; letting question and answer give the
largest possible information as to the work
and methods of the University. At three
o'clock, if the weather permits, the Cadet
Battalion will have its first dress parade for
the season. The buildings and grounds will
be closed again promptly at six o'clock.
At exactly eight o'clock the sittings not al-
Orchestra practice for the May festival
will commence this month.
Nineteen operas have been written with
Christopher Columbus as thy hero.
Ovide Musin and his company have com
menced their tour of this country.
The programme of the first concert ever
given by the Abbe Liszt was sent to the mus
ical exhibition at Vienna. It was dated
Clementine De Vere, Italo Campanini and
Edward Remenyi have joined forces for a
concert tour. It will be a strong combination
ready taken in the Lansing opera house will comPany
be thrown open to the public; and shortly Mascagni has finished his fourth opera,
thereafter the Charter Day oration will be de- "William RatclifT." After finishing two
livered by President Low. His theme will single act operas, he will begin a grand op
be "The American University." era, "Nero."
The disposition of sittings has become more a recital will be given about the third
and more a problem as the numbers in the week 0f February by the music department.
University increase. This year the state ofli- The programme will consist mostly ot selec-
cers will be assigned the lower boxes and tjons by lhe younger members of the depart-
loges ; the ladies of the Faculty will be as- ment.
signed the balcony boxes; the stage will be T , i .. , , T , , , .,
fe' . , , ,, ,-, ., 1 1 .i V , . J-nst week the people of Lincoln had the
occupied by the 1' acuity and by the 1 acuities . .,.,-,. TT 1, . ,-.
of other colleges, and invited guests ; the opportunity of hearing Pauline Hall in Er
parquet will be given to the Legislature ; the '"'' Miss Hall is a talented singer and
dress circle to the alumni and members of the her support is splendid. Her chorus is ex
senior class ; and the remainder of the house ceptionally fine,
to the students and their immediate friends ,.,.
all unoccupied sittings being given to the Gotliob Kreiger, the veteran musician,
public, as above stated, at eight o'clock. This friend of Spontini Wagner and other
seems to be the only feasible way in which noted musicians, on his retirement, after fifty
the audience can be cared for. It is impos- yCars 0f active labor, was decorated by the
sible, of course, for all who desire to hear 0p wUrtemberr.
President Low to find sittings or even stand- h 0'
ing room in even the Lansing ; which gives The outlook for the coming musicale
sharp emphasis to the need in Lincoln of a season is very encouraging. Societies are
convention hall capable of seating from three be;nfcr organized in every section of the coun-
thousand to five thousand people. The programmes that have been an
1 he purposes ot the reunion on the even- J , , ,. ,
ing of Tuesday are such as to preclude its nounced are splendid.
being thrown open to the public. Otherwise, a splendid account of Master Cyril Tyler,
of course, the invitation would be extended, lhe . soprano who has captured the East,
without formality , to all citizens to be pres- the January -Music." It says
ent. 1 he general public reception, however, ., 1 , 1 1
must necessarily be deferred until the after- Ut no child as gifted as he has appeared
noon of Charter Dav, Wednesday. since the days of Patti.
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