School of Music Program Book 1949-1950 Page: 59
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North Texas State College
School of Music
Edith Cripe Knauer
in Faculty Recital
College Auditorium 8:15 p.m. February 15, 1950
Capriccio on the Departure of a Beloved Brother Bach-Busoni
Adagio: The cajoling of friends, to keep him from setting
out on the journey.
Andante: A representation of the various dangers that may
befall him in a foreign land.
Adagio assai: A general lament of his friends.
Andante con moto: His friends gather to bid him farewell
as they see they cannot alter his intentions.
Poco allegro: Aria of the Postilion.
Allegro: Fugue in imitation of the Postilion's horn.
Intermezzo, Opus 76, No. 7 ..... Brahms
Capriccio, Opus i16, No. 7 .. .... .. .. Brahms
Des Adends, Opus 12 . .. Schumann
Feux d'artifice . Debussy
Theme and Variations .. . ..... Faure
Pictures at an Exhibition . . . . . . ... Moussorgsky
Promenade-Children at Play-The Ox Cart-
Promenade-Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks-
Goldenberg and Schmuyle-Market Place in Limoges-
Catacombs. Cum Mortius in Lingua Mortua-
The Hut of the Baba Yaga-
The Great Gate of Kiev.
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