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The 1931-1932 season of the Virginia Glee Club was directed by Arthur Fickenscher. Officers included Herbert L. Morgenroth, president. The manager of the Club through January 1932 was M.P. William; Francis M. Cooper was elected the manager in January 1932. Performances included an appearance at Hot Springs, VA,[1] and a performance of famous works including Handel's Hallelujah Chorus with the University Symphony Orchestra.[2]

During this season, the Glee Club Quartette consisted of C. L. Anger, R.S. Warburton, T.P. Simpson, and E.T. Coons.



This roster is complete as of the February 1932 Concert and may not reflect all the members of the Glee Club during this season.

First tenors: C. L. Anger, J. M. Berry, T.M. Duer, Charles W. Gasque, Logan Pratt, A.R. Summers

Second tenors: N. Holland, Guy Hope, Randolph Perry, W.T. Taliaferro, R.S. Warburton, W.E. Weber

Baritones: R.L. Auldridge, F.M. Cooper, J.R. Dekle, C.E. McKinley, Herbert L. Morgenroth, B.W. Recknagel, A.D. Sale, T.P. Simpson, W.R. Stephenson

Basses: R.M. Beers, E.T. Coons, F.G. Harper, Fritz Nulting, R.W. Smith, H.E. Stevens, B.C. Worthington


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