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.

Concerts[edit | edit source]

Roster[edit | edit source]

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

References[edit | edit source]

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