Some of the upper-class men will remember the notable success of a series of piano recitals from the great masters, given several winters ago by Professor Paine. These recitals not only consisted of selections of classical music judiciously chosen and artistically rendered, but were accompanied by remarks explaining the nature and design of the different forms of musical composition. Amid the numerous and valuable readings and entertaining lectures afforded by the professors in the various departments of the college, it is to be hoped that the author of the "Spring Symphony" may be induced to favor us again with occasional recitals.
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