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: A FRENCH PROGRAMME

' LA BALLADE DU DESESPERE '
(Henri Murger )
A POOR old man, tired of life, dozing in a humble room, is aroused by a knock at the door He demands the name of the Stranger who asks for shelter. Offering the old man Power, Riches. Youth and Love, the Stranger is refused admittance until his name is disclosed. Upon hearing that it is Death, the old man readily welcomes his guest.
' IL FAUT QU'UNE PORTE SOIT
OUVERTE OU FERMEE'
(Alfred de Mussel)
LaMarquise LOUISE THIBAULT Le Comte .. RENE THIBAULT
IT is the ' At Home' of Madame la Marquise, who is seated in the drawing-toom awaiting the arrival of her visitors. First to arrive is Monsieur le Comto, who is in love with her, but she, really not indifferent to his feelings. teases and almost discourages him through her pretended indifference and sarcasm.

Contributors

Unknown: Henri Murger
Unknown: Lamarquise Louise Thibault
Unknown: Rene Thibault
The Old Man: Rene Thibault
The Stranger: Louise Thibault

: COMPOSITIONS BY MIDLAND COMPOSERS

(Conducted by the COMPOSER)








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