School of Music Program Book 1949-1950 Page: 92
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My Spirit, Be Joyful J. S. Bach
Duet from Cantata No. 146, Wir mussen durch viel Trubsal in das
Reich Gottes eingehen, for the third Sunday after Easter.
Rosemary Randall Thompson
Four a cappella choruses, written in 1929, lyrics from Tiger Joy
by Stephen Vincent Benet
She's slender hands and pretty lips,
And sea-foam and rose-mary.
Her ears are pointed at the tips,
She stay'd so long in Fairy.
A Sad Song
There's a Pig in your garden,
With silk bristles frizzy
And tushers of snow!
But Rosemary was cautious,
She said: "Beg your pardon!
Fm really too busy
To look down below."
There's a bird in your kitchen!
His voice is gold water,
He says: 'Pretty Poll, pretty Poll!'
But Rosemary heard nothing,
Putting stitch after stitch in
The dress of her daughter,
Her thirty-sixth doll.
A silver-wing'd Rabbit!
He bridles and gentles
And wants you astride!
"I prefer," said Rosemary,
"To ride a Good Habit.:"
She went buying black lentils-
She did till she died.
Here’s what’s next.
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