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Easter Monday Ball

Kansas City  April 3, 1899

at

Kansas City's Convention Hall.

PROGRAMME

 I. -  Grand Entree . . . . . "THE KANSAS CITY STAR MARCH"
          Conducted by its Composer, Signor Liberati.

   II. - Opening Chorus . . . . ."LET THE BUG HOP"
          Arranged by S. A. Legg

 III. - Ballad . . . . . "WE WERE SWEETHEARTS, NELL AND I"
          Mr. G. W. Curtiss

 IV. - An Innovation in Terpsichore . . . Mr. William Murphy

 V.  - Ballad, "Just as the Sun Went Down" . . . Mr. Harry Haley

 VI. - End Song . . . . . "I'LL MAKE DAT BLACK GAL MINE"
          Col. John F. Lumpkin.

 VII. - Ballad, "The Gallants of England" . . . Mr. Jas. M. Hingston

VIII. - Original Topical Song . . . "WHENEVER YOU'RE IN DOUBT"
          Sung by the Author Mr. Dent Yates, C. P.

  IX.  - Ballad, "The Bloom is on the Rye" . . . Mr. Gilbert C. Farley

   X.  - Character Song . . . "ALL I WANTS IS MY BLACK BABY BACK"
          Mr. Seymour Rice

  XI. - Monologue, At a Camp Meeting . . . . . Mr. Will L. Wood

 XII. - Character Song, "Old Black Joe" . . . . .Mr. Tom Hayde

XIII. - Song, "In Absence: . . . . .The Imperial Quartette
          Mr. Marion T. Bohannan, Mr. Willoughby F. Thomas,
             Mr. William Ormsby, Mr. Edmund Ohause

XIV. - Coronet Solo . . . . . "The Pyramids" (New)


Premier Coronet Virtuoso of the World.

 XV. - Halliwell's Cake Walk

XVI - Grand Finale, "The Stars and Stripes Forever!"

DANCING

Continuous music by Zimmerschied's Band and Orchestra of seventy men.

Director of Band . . . . . . . J. F. Zimmerschied
Director of Orchestra . . . John Behr

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