A Musical Night

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A Musical Night - ' A MUSICAL NIGHT At tbe Rooms of tbe Young-...
' A MUSICAL NIGHT At tbe Rooms of tbe Young- Young- Men's Chris tian Association. The usual good audience last evening at tended the entertainment given by the Young Men's Christian Association. A very superior programme waa presented, com mencing wita several musical aeteeucna ny the Amateur Pleasure Orenestra, which were exceedingly well played, and exhibited large amount of skill aad talent. The mem bers of tne orchestra are Miss alary Janssen, Miss Dora Voger. L. W. O. Janssen. Jose nil Miller, Theodore Todury, H. B. Xroniage aud 11. J. Janssen, with W. J. Voges. leader. The dub haa bad a few months' practice, bat naa maae a gooa use 01 tne ume; it aevotea many of Ita eveuinga to playing for charitable charitable purposes. The vocal quartette, composed of Meesra. M. G. Mollady.G. H. Raymond, W.R. Brown and G. T. Pritchard, sang the "Lovely Sisht" with great success and gave ae an encore the Caapel " song. A piano duet by slissea B. and C Hackney was well ap- S reels ted. Then followed a vocal solo by list B. D. Edwards. Miss Edwards has very good voice, aad in Fior dl Margheri-ta Margheri-ta " exerted it to fall effect. Mr. George Footer Footer read Mr. Sims' poem entitled M Tae Lifeboat Lifeboat Part second of the programme was opened by the Amateur Orchestra playing, the Golden Crown Overture." Tne? were sgain leneored. Tbe vocal quartette sang oneot their best pieces. "Fare Thee WU. They were recalled aeveral times. Misses Todd and Applegate performed a piano duet from II Trovatore." and were followed by Hiss C Hackney, who placed a piano soio. Then followed the vocal eolo M Didst Thou Bat Know." by Miss Uortense Carver, whose charming contralto captivated tbe audience, ttlrts carver was enthusiastically encored. The entertainment ended with a recitation, recitation, "The Foxes Tails," by Prof. P. D. Agnew, whose faultless elocution often convulsed convulsed the attendance with laughter. He waa particularly happy in the delineation tbe Scotch character. The Christian Association has been doing a great amount of good of all aorta; its membership membership la increasing and Its affairs ara in healthy condition.

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 10 Nov 1886, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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