The 1933-1934 season of the Virginia Glee Club was Harry Rogers Pratt's first season as the director of the group. Activities included normal concerts as well as a performance at Hot Springs, Virginia. The officers included J.M. Berry, president; Guy Hope, manager; and W.L. Sherman and Rial Rose, assistant managers; James S. Constantine was the accompanist.
During the season, the Club sponsored a dance with music by the big band ensemble Charlie Gasque and his Royal Virginians, led by former Glee Club president Charles W. Gasque. Either at the beginning of this season or the end of the 1932-1933 season, the Tin Can Quartet of the Glee Club recorded several barbershop songs on a radio transcription disc for radio broadcast.
- Hospital Benefit Concert (1934)
- Concert at Hot Springs (1934)
- Concert at Sweet Briar (1934)
- Concert at St. Catherine's (1934)
- Concert in Richmond (1934)
This roster was current as of the Concert at Sweet Briar (1934) and may not reflect all members of the Virginia Glee Club during this season.
Tenor 2: F.C. Armistead, J.G. Armistead Jr., S.J. Blair, H.B. Field, V. Gilmore, A.G. Hope, A. Luttrell, H.M. Rattle, C. Rohman, J. Rosenbaum, V. Tramonte, D.G. Wallace, M.R. Watson, A.G. Williams, M.K. Woltz
First Bass: A. Arensberg, Robert Lee Auldridge, A.B. Babb, I. Berlin, F.J. Briggs, J.B. Desberg, R.W. Fine, A.P. Gray, J.H. Harris, L.W. Parks, V.S. Petter, B.H. Raymond, R.H. Reimers, W.L. Sherman, D.F. Stoddard, J.L. Williams, Peter Wood
Second Bass: M. Couper, T.B. Crumpler, B.J. Diggs, Marx Eiserman, J.H. Howard, W.L. Janney, G.B. Jennings, R.C.W. Jones, L.S. Miller, E.W. Ramsey, C.H. Robbins, R.N. Rose, E.C. Silvers, A.W. Staples, W.R. Stephenson, McDonald Wellford, T.N. White
This article has more context at Jarrett House North, the blog of the historian of the Virginia Glee Club Alumni and Friends Association.
- "Hot Springs visitors hear Glee singers". New York Times: p. 14. 1934-04-23. http://select.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=F00C11FA3F5B107A93C1AB178FD85F408385F9.
- "Glee Club Members Present Fall Dance". College Topics: p. 1. 1933-11-17. http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=7gwtAAAAIBAJ&sjid=-WgEAAAAIBAJ&pg=6465,3181633&dq=glee-club&hl=en.
- "Tin Can Quartet recording". VIRGO. http://virgobeta.lib.virginia.edu/catalog/u3926930. Retrieved 2010-01-31.
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