'1' H E 1) E PA RT N1 E N T OF M U S I C
MARCH 22) 1955, at 8.30 O'CLOCK
SKINNER RECITAL HALL
CORNELIA HAYES, organ
KULLA KUUSK, soprano
MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1955
JOHN PEIRCE, piano
Fere Selvaggle Guilio Caccini
(text by Francesco Cini) (ca-154S-i6i8)
Ye wild roving beasts of the hill, remain on these green slopes.
licar my lament, that, moving the wind to pity, made it tarry.
Hor che Seneca ~ morto cantiam Claudio Monteverdi
(from L'Incoronazione di Poppea; text by Gio. Francesco Busenello)
Now that Seneca is dead, love, I think once more of thee.
Guide my ship of hope safe to harbor and make me the wife of my king.
A Dic, Roma Claudio Monteverdi
(from L'Incoronazion e di Poppea; text by Gio. Francesco Busenello)
Octavia, wrongly exiled, despairs of her cruel fate as she bids
farewell to her beloved Rome.
Voi, che sapete Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
(from Le Nozze di Figaro; text by Lorenzo da Ponte) (1756-1791)
Non s6 pi6 cosa son Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
(from Le Nozze di Figaro; text by Lorenzo da Ponte)
The flutterings of the youth, Cherobino, who is the prey of de-
lightful emotions that he himself hardly understands.