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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University College, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 20, No. 9. June 27, 1957

Music Soc: — Not Flirtists

Music Soc:

Not Flirtists

The most interesting leature of the Music Society's students' evening on the second Thursday of term (6th June) was the appearance of no less than three flutes: Richard Watts played an early Handel sonata for flute and harpsichord, Judith Thompson a Sonata by Locatelli, and Mr. Mulagk (the new lecturer in German) a Sonata in A Minor for flute and basso continuo, by Bach Miss Thompson is leaving shortly for Denmark to continue studying flute.

Other items: John Cegledy (piano), playing Mozart's Adagio in B Minor. The newly-formed Choral Club, under Suzanne Green, sang "O Bone Jesu" (Palestrina) and two psalm settings by Schulz. Chopin: Mayme Chanwai, Prelude in B Flat. Op. 28. No 21.

There is more to these Students Evenings than meets the eye in the advertisements.—D.L.