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CHORAL CONCERT

by the CHORAL CLUBS of Ridgewood High School
MISS FLORENCE E. WALLER, Director

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IN THE RIDGEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL CHAPEL
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1940  AT 8:15 P.M.

PART II

A CAPPELLA CHOIR

Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring ... Bach
Two Piano accompaniment by Mary Quinn and Barbara Lilly

All in the April Evening ... Roberton

He is Gone on the Mountain ... Stephen

Glory in Excelsis (12th Mass) ... Mozart

As Torrents in Summer ... Sir Edward Elgar

It Was the Time of Roses ... Roberton

I Won't Kiss Katy ... Jugo-Slav Folk Song   Smith-Aschenbrenner

Who Killed Cock Robin ... Arr. by Woodruff

On Parade "Sweethearts" ... Herbert-Marlowe
MALE ENSEMBLE

Wake Thee Now Dearest ... Arr. by Deems Taylor

Annie Laurie ... Scotch Folk Song
Solo - Joy Mearimore 
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