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This article was published in 1925.
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This article has a primary subject code of "Music" (II B 1 a).
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  • Svenska Kuriren -- January 01, 1925
    Concert by the Swedish Choral Club

    At the concert given last Friday evening, Dec. 26th, 1924, by the "Swedish Choral Club", at Orchestra Hall, this rightly famous choir's rendering of Haendel's "Messiah" was received with a great ovation. The hall was packed to capacity. The chorus, as well as the fifty-piece orchestra, selected from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, was conducted in a masterly manner by Edgar A. Nelson, ably assisted at the organ by Harry A. Carlson. The soloists were Else H. Arendt, soprano, Arthur Boardman, tenor, and Herbert T. Gould, bass.

    Swedish
    II B 1 a, IV