Church: Greenwood Baptist Recital (18-May-1900)

Transcriber: Laurel Bragstad Schaub

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner 5-18-1900

Young Musicians Give a Recital in the Baptist Church Tuesday Evening - Miss Neverman’s Pupils

Tuesday evening Miss Neverman’s class in piano and organ gave a recital for the benefit of their parents and friends. It was to show what the deciples [sic] of Orpheus were doing and to treat their ability before an audience. There were fourteen pupils on the program who either are or have been taking lessons of Miss Neverman. Some of them are so small that their music book is almost as large as they are. Yet their work is a credit to themselves and their teacher. It shows in the future Greenwood need not have music famine. Two cornet selections by Ed. Wollenberg and a vocal selection by the LaFille Quartet added to the variety of the program and all told furnished a pleasant and profitable evening’s entertainment.


Following is the program as rendered:


Piano Duet - Gypsy Queen Waltzes: Elsie Barlow and Grace McMahon

Organ Solo - Annie Laurie: Pearl Shanks

Organ Solo - Selected: Edna Burch

Piano Solo - Hindoostan Waltz: Arthur Franckenberg

Organ Solo - Tyrolean Song: Sophia Hendrickson

Cornet Solo - March: Ed Wollenberg

Organ Duet - Hungarian Song: Ella Wollenberg, Sophia Hendrickson

Piano Solo - Gypsy Dance: Rose Bowen

Organ Solo - Selected: Lida Carter

Piano Solo - May Flowers and Rose Song: Hazel Bryeen

Organ Solo - Louisa’s March: Ella Wollenberg


Part II


La Fille Quartet - Bells of the Bonnie Blue

Piano Solo - Romance: Zoe Sperbeck

Organ Solo - Selected: Viola Hendrickson

Cornet Solo - My Angeline: Ed Wollenberg

Organ Solo - In the Forest: Velma Hartson

Piano Solo - Contralto Song and Birthday Waltz: Frances Upham

Piano Solo - Scherzo: Grace McMahon

Organ Solo - March Brilliante: Elsie Barlow

Piano Solo - Bubbling Spring: Miss Neverman



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