The symphony concert given in Sanders Theatre last evening was a thoroughly successful affair. The programme was as follows:
Overture, (Oberon,). . . . . . . Weber.
Concerto for Pianoforte, Violin and Violoncello, Op. 56, in C. . . . . . . . Beethoven.
Allegro. - Largo.
Rondo alla Polacca. (Tempo di Rondo. Allegro; Tempo primo.)
Symphony in D minor. (Reformation.) No. 5, op. 107. . . . . . . . Mendelssohn.
Andante; Allegro confuoco. - Allegro vivace. -
Andante. Andante con moto; Allegro vivace; Allegro maestoso. -
Andante for Violin and Violoncello. . . Henschel. From the "Serenade in Canon Form." Op. 23.)
Overture. (La Part du Diable.) . . . . Auber.
The well-known soloists, Mme. Terese Liebe, violin, Mr. Theodore Liebe, violoncello, and Mr. Henschel, piano, took part. Conductor, Mr. George Henschel.
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