Montreal Herald,

17 March 1865,

Page 3

St Patrick’s Day

St Patrick’s Society’s Grand Promenade Concert

In the

City Concert Hall

On

Friday Evening, March 17

Hon TD McGee, Rev Mr Cordner, and B Devlin, Es            q, have kindly consented to deliver addresses

The Royal Light Infantry Band (late Prince’s) has been engaged and will perform.

Mons Gustave Smith, Musical Director.

Programme—Part 1

Entry of President and Guests, Band playing St Patrick’s Day.

Opening Remarks by the President

1. Overture “Nabuco”…  Verdi… Band

2. Chorus… Les Orpheonistes

3.  Song…”Kathleen Mavoureen”… Mad Betty

4.  Obae Solo…”The Last Rose of Summer,” with variations… Barricelli

5.  Song… “The Harp that once thro’ Tara’s Hall”… Lady Amateur

6.  Address.. by B Devlin, Esq.

7.  Medley…”Blarney” Bedsworth… Band

Intermission of Five minutes

Part II

1. Valso…”Blanche”…Farmer… Band

2.  Chorus… Les Orpheonists

3. Song…”Caller Herrin” Mr Muir

4.  Violin Solo….”SAntamaria”… Delphi Allard…Messrs Senecal and Smith

5.  Song “Lo hear the gentle Lark”… Mad Betty (accompanied on clarionette and Piano by Messrs Senecal and Smith.

6.  Song…. “Bury me in the Sunshine,” (by request)…Mons O Ducharme

7.  Chor Solo…’ The deserter”… Barricelli

8.  Address…. By Rev Mr Cordner

9.  Selections from Scotch airs…  Downing Band

Intermission of Ten Minutes

Part III

1.  Quadrille…”Erin go Bragh”… D’Albert… Band

2.  Chorus… Les Orpheonists

3.  Song.. “Ah never deem my love can change” …TR Thomas… Mons Ducharme

4.  Song…”Q quet Bohneur”… Somnanbula…Madame Betty

5. Address…. By Hon TD McGee

6.  Oboe Solo…”Cordia”…Barricelli

7.  Song… “Dear Erin my country”.. Lady Amateur

8.  Song….”Widow Machree”… Mr Muir

9.  Grand Finale… “Emerald Isle” … Dodworth… Band

Proceeds to be devoted to the Building Fund

Tickets 25 cents to be had at the usual places, from members of the committee, and at the door.

Doors open at 7, Concert to commence at 5 o’clock.

Felix M Cassidy,

Rec Sec.

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