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Choral Society

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1 Four young people of this city
Public Relations News Release 1930:427, p.1
5/27/1931 Four selected as "campus leaders"; list of remaining sixteen given.
2 Three hundred ten voices in twelfth annual Messiah; Schmidt, Barker, Hays, and Palmer are faculty soloists
College Eye 22:13, p.1
12/12/1930 Performance preview; was first presented in 1903 and then in 1907 with Theodore Thomas Orchestra.
3 Glee clubs begin Messiah rehearsals
College Eye 22:5, p.8
10/10/1930 Choral Society, made of the six glee clubs, begin work.
4 Jumps from pigskins to pianos are nothing in his young life
College Eye 21:38, p.1
6/27/1930 Profile of Michael Klinoff.
5 Music rivals sports as student activity at Teachers College
College Eye 21:22, p.1
3/7/1930 Many students take part in musical activities; quick history of music at ISTC.
6 Choral Union wins first place for best floats
College Eye 21:0, p.1
10/12/1929 In Homecoming parade.
7 Fortieth annual concert was an affair of distinction
Samson--George--Sr. (Psychology Faculty)
College Eye 20:25, p.1
3/21/1929 Performance review.
8 Music festival will be held May 9-10; choral union will present "Elijah"
College Eye 19:32, p.1
9 C. C. Morrison to speak at vesper services; special music by Prof. Fullerton and choral society; is editor of "Christian Century" magazine
College Eye 15:19, p.1
1/23/1924 Program schedule.
10 Organizations state their aims; all prepared to break records in spirit and efficiency
Wester--Charles W. (Mathematics Faculty)
College Eye 11:0, p.1
9/10/1919 YMCA and YWCA as well as many other organizations outline their plans for the year.
11 Messiah given by Choral Society; work of chorus shows great improvement over previous years
College Eye 8:13, p.1
1/10/1917 Review of annual Messiah performance.
12 The following was taken
College Eye 8:13, p.4
1/10/1917 Reprints article from Times Tribune questioning audience behavior at the "Messiah" performance.
13 College calendar
College Eye 8:11, p.8
11/29/1916 Meetings and events planned.
14 Messiah will be given Dec. 15; Choral Society is practicing regularly
College Eye 8:11, p.7
11/29/1916 Choral Society prepares to present annual Messiah performance.
15 Vesper service well attended; annual vesper service is impressively delightful.
College Eye 7:27, p.1
4/26/1916 Description of program.
16 Musical vespers
College Eye 7:26, p.5
4/19/1916 Vespers services will be held April 23 in the Auditorium.
17 Vocal parts of concert successful; Choral Society and soloists are greeted with applause
College Eye 7:26, p.1
4/19/1916 Review of the concert.
18 Choral notes
College Eye 7:21, p.4
3/8/1916 Choral Society will be singing more choruses instead of operas this year.
19 The Messiah; Choral Society successfully render oratorio
College Eye 7:13, p.1
1/12/1916 Gives description of Messiah performance.
20 Choral Society has first rehearsal
College Eye 7:5, p.3
10/20/1915 Charles Fullerton is directing the Choral Society; currently has one hundred seventy members; will perform once during the winter and once at the end of the spring term.
21 A new musical organization for Teachers College
Fullerton--Charles Alexander (Class of 1890; Music Faculty)
College Eye 4:15, p.1
1/14/1915 College Choir is being formed in the absence of the May Music Festival this year.
22 Choral Society gives Messiah
College Eye 3:14, p.236
1/8/1914 Review of the performance; auditorium packed.
23 Prof. Fullerton is given fine present
College Eye 3:1, p.13
6/12/1913 Received a mahogany music cabinet from the Choral Society.
24 Annual Music Festival
College Eye 2:31, p.7
5/15/1913 Thomas Orchestra and ISTC Choral Society will perform; photo.
25 Next Sunday at 4 o'clock
College Eye 2:13, p.6
12/12/1912 Selections from the Messiah given by the Choral Society.
26 The clubs are organizing; object social and educational; many good lecturers obtained; Science Club held first meeting
College Eye 2:3, p.1
9/19/1912 Nearly every department has a club; Science Club hears lecture on New Mexico.
27 May festival grand success; in spite of weather conditions large crowd attend; soloist is best yet
College Eye 2:33, p.1
5/29/1912 Review of performance.
28 Mr. Stock praises work of Choral Society
College Eye 2:33, p.4
5/29/1912 Credits work of Professor Fullerton in improving the quality of the group.
29 Finest orchestra in this country will appear at Teachers' College; grand opera will be given
College Eye 1:6, p.6
10/18/1911 Theodore Thomas Orchestra of Chicago will appear in spring musical festival on May 22 and 23, 1912.
30 The Music Festival
College Eye 1:10, p.179
5/24/1911 Spring Music Festival program; believes the entire program went very well.
31 Annual music festival
College Eye 1:5, p.77
4/19/1911 The annual May Music Festival will occur May 17th and 18th. Among the performers are the College Choral Society and the Thomas Orchestra.
32 And don't you forget it!; save up your dimes
College Eye 1:4, p.68
4/12/1911 Article encourages students to save their dimes to attend all three of the concerts of the May Festival.
33 Editorial
College Eye 1:1, p.1
3/22/1911 Chauncey Houstman, Paul Davis, and Margaret Lamberty have been elected as the College Eye staff. The name of the paper has been changed officially from the Normal Eyte to the College Eye. Chauncey Houstman, photo.
34 The Choral Society
Normal Eyte 21:2, p.26
9/14/1910 The Choral Society has been active in the Spring Music Festivals.
35 Festival dates announced; Thomas Orchestra secured for annual music festival; noted soloists will assist
Normal Eyte 20:24, p.400
3/18/1910 Choral Society rehearsing.
36 Splendid oratorio given
Normal Eyte 20:15, p.256
12/22/1909 Choral Society and soloists present "Messiah".
37 Oratorio to be presented; local talent in "Messiah;" choral society and soloists give sacred concert
Normal Eyte 20:14, p.235
12/15/1909 Four faculty members will perform solos.
38 Afterwards the band played
Normal Eyte 18:33, p.518
6/3/1908 Lengthy review of the Spring Music Festival
39 In our write-up
Normal Eyte 18:32, p.497
5/27/1908 Choral Society played a major part in the Spring Music Festival.
40 The Choral Society
Normal Eyte 18:14, p.216
1/8/1908 Has one hundred seventy-five members; preparing music for the May festival.
41 To show their appreciation of the work done
Normal Eyte 17:35, p.556
6/5/1907 Choral Society presented Professors Curtiss and Fullerton with roses.
42 Among the popular organizations at Normal
Normal Eyte 17:4, p.50
10/3/1906 Professor Fullerton seeks additional members for the Choral Society; will direct Spring Music Festival.
43 Choral Society
Pedagog 0:0, p.114
6/1/1906 Brief history of the group; includes members of Minnesingers, Troubadours, Cecilians, and Euterpeans; now about 150 members; photo.
44 Another omission
Normal Eyte 16:33, p.527
5/23/1906 Professor Fullerton's only sister died.
45 Music festival is a success
Normal Eyte 16:33, p.516
5/23/1906 Praise for the music and for those who arranged for the festival.
46 General announcement
Normal Eyte 16:28, p.435
4/18/1906 Preview of the Spring Music Festival with extensive notes and programs; photo.
47 Friday evening
Normal Eyte 15:34, p.544
6/3/1905 Choral Society presented Haydn's "Creation"; will perform "Messiah" next year.
48 Notes on Music
Fullerton--Charles Alexander (Class of 1890; Music Faculty)
Normal Eyte 15:2, p.20
9/17/1904 The orchestra and the choral society are rehearsing together to work on the "Creation". The staff liners that were ordered will be mailed to all who ordered them.
49 Notes on Music
Fullerton--Charles Alexander (Class of 1890; Music Faculty)
Normal Eyte 15:1, p.4
9/10/1904 Professor Fullerton compares three widely known oratorios. The Choral Society will perform the Creation by Hayden.
50 Commencement; the numerous programs will be unusually good
Normal Eyte 14:34, p.538
5/28/1904 Will include recital, Choral Society performance, baccalaureate ceremonies, and a concert.


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