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1905 corks pic 161

Glee and Musical Clubs, 1905 Corks and Curls p. 161

The 1904-1905 season of the Virginia Glee Club was directed by Robert Blakely Crawford, a student. The Glee and Mandolin Clubs performed jointly during this period. Officers of both clubs included Thomas P. Bryan, president, William Nelson Page, acting president, John Hume, secretary, William McCulley James, manager, Howard Hume, assistant manager, and I.M. Walker, 2nd assistant manager.[1] In March 1905 the Clubs performed a concert in Baltimore which was reviewed by the Baltimore Sun,[2] and another concert in Alexandria, Virginia on March 10.[3]

ConcertsEdit

RosterEdit

The following roster is taken from the 1905 Corks and Curls and a newspaper account of the Baltimore concert and may not include all participants in the season. Members marked with an asterisk are only listed in Corks and Curls

First tenors: L. G. Adams, J. H. Stuckey, F. D. Boyd, L. D. Cole, Thomas Randolph Turner, R.P. Hilleary*, S. Zimmer*, J.M. Stucky*

Second tenors: A. L. Randolph, J. J. Luck, LeRoy B. Giles, Samuel Saunders, W. N. Page, H.G. Lind*, J. Robertson*

Baritones: J. C. Hodges, L. R. Hampton, E. J. Griffith, F. M. Rummel, H. L. Williamson, W. W. Gaunt, F. R. Rogers, O.B. Campbell*, L.H. Hampton*, J.T. Horner*

Second basses: G. P. Edgar, George Wendling, C.S. McVeigh, J. P. Fletcher, Stanley Wimbish, W. McC. James

QuartetEdit

LeRoy B. Giles, tenor; John Jennings Luck, baritone; Pomeroy Edgar, first bass; Charles S. McVeigh, second bass

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

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1903-1904 Glee Club of the 1900s 1905-1906

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