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The New England Conservatory of Music Bulletin

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THE CONSERVATORY ORCHESTRA
GEORGE W. CHAD[[type obscured]], CONDUCTOR

First Violins
Raymond Schoewe Concert Master
Haig Garabedian
Stuart B. Hoppin
Saul C. Saperstein
Fred W. Heim
Margaret Allen
Louis W. Krasner
Louia V. Jones
Ralph Harrington
Spencer W. Fuller
Manuel Zung
Corinne Schwartz
Louis Vorse
Sara Atkins
Andrew F. Rosemond
Margaret Carabillo

Second Violins
Celia R. Goldman
William Santelmann
Joyce Bigelow
Ruth Fraser
Godfrey R. Wetterlow
Frithjof Eid
Carlyle W. Morgan
Basil Prangoulis
Walter Poole
Harold H. Gifford
Mrs. Wesley G. Nichols
Arsene J. Dextraze
Charlotte E. Armstrong

Violas
John D. Murray
Nathalie Shute
John S. Kearney
Sara Louise Johnson
Sadie Liberman
Hrach Arakelian
Margaritis Michos

Violoncellos
Lucile Quimby Engl[[type obscured]]
George A. Brown
Janette E. Fraser
Naomi Hewitt
William A. Deverall
C. M. Keep
Ruth Montano
Eleanor E. Mulloy
Robert S. Fisher
Palme Beck

Contrabasses
Mas K[[type obscured]]ze, Instr[[type obscured]]
Lilian V. Arnold
Eugene C. [[Arnold??]]
Bernard F. F[[type obscured]]
Joseph E. Ma[[type obscured]]
Hoved Brach[[type obscured]]

Harp
Josette D. Robertson

Flutes
Raymond Orr
Walter Knight, Jr.

Oboes
Clément Lenom Instructor
Ethel Harding Durant
William R. Lym

English Horn
William R. Lym

Clarinets
Emil Armeri
Otto Rinderspacher
Bernadette [[type obscured]]

Bass Clarinets
A. Vannini[[type obscured]], Instructor

Bassoons
[[type obscured]] Piller, Instructor
Warren M. Eaton

Horns
George Wendler, Inst.
William S. Buckley
Worthy Denman
Charles C. Clerks
C. R. Reasoner

Trumpets
Francis M. Findlay
[[type obscured]] B. Perry
Frank A. Robertson
Benjamin White

Trombones
Peter J. Wihtol
Albert Joseph Patch
Stanley G. Hassell

Tuba
Alphonsus McDermott

Bass Tuba
Max Kunze, Instructor

Tympani
Frank V. Russell
William E. Donovan

Percussion
Louis A. Cipullo
Earl P. M[[type obscured]]
Jesus Sa[[type obscured]]

Librarian
H. Arakelian

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SEASON OF 1920-21  FOURTEENTH CONCERT

[[image - seal of New England Conservatory of Music]]

THE NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
G. W. CHADWICK, DIRECTOR

SYMPHONY HALL
MARCH THE TWENTY-THIRD

CONCERT BY 
THE CONSERVATORY ORCHESTRA
AND 
ADVANCED STUDENTS
GEORGE W. CHADWICK, CONDUCTOR
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ANTOINETTE SZUMOWSKA ADAMOWSKA
Former pupils and other friends of Madame Szumowska were deeply saddened to learn of her death on August 18th, after a short illness, at the home of her daughter, in Rumson, New Jersey. She was the widow of Joseph Adamowski, for some years teacher of ensemble and violoncello at the Conservatory, and was herself an esteemed member of the pianoforte faculty during the same period.

A relative of Ignace Paderewski, she is said to have been his only woman pupil She also studied at the conservatories in Warsaw and Paris,

CONSERVATORY NEWS AND ALUMNI BULLETIN 
November, 1935
'23. A most interesting letter, filled with valuable suggestions, has been received from [[ink underlined]] Mrs. B. B. Talley (Manila Davis). [[/ink underlined]] Her new address is Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio. Mrs Talley has been interested in aviation for the past six years. It is to be hoped that space in some of the later numbers of this publication may permit the carrying out of some of her timely and helpful ideas with reference to a follow-up system for the alumni.

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