T H E D E P A R T M E N T 0 F M U S I C
MARCH 191 1958, at 8 :300'CLOCK
SKINNER RECITAL HALL
JANET BUXTON, piano
MARJORIE CUTTER, soprano
MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1958
Sonata in C minor, op. 10, no. I Ludwig van Beethoven
Allegro molto e con brio 0770-z827)
JANET BUXTON, p-tano
Filnf Gedichte Richard Wagner
(texts by Mathilde Wesendonck) (1813-1883)
i. Der Engel
An angel calls me and wafts my soul from pain and care to
the realms of bliss.
2. Stehe still!
Madly revolving wheel of time, let me rest!
Then man shall learn the Eternal way, and unlock thy secret,
3- Im Treibhaus
0 tropic greens, children of far-off lands, tell me why you
mourn. We share this sorrow; our homeland is not here.
Heavy teardrops lie on the edges of the leaves.
Even as the sun must set in the evening to return in splendor
in the morn, so death leads to a higher life, and from pain
comes heavenly bliss.
Visions, like the blossoms sweet of spring, wax fragrant
blooms, then fade and sink to death.
MARJORIE CUTTER, Soprano
GIVENDOLYN HAMILTON, piano