The 1951-1952 season of the Virginia Glee Club was the final season for Stephen Tuttle as conductor. Officers included John A. Warwick, Jr., president; Charles C. Tarkenton, manager; Derwood S. Chase, Jr., publicity manager; and Mark Jander, librarian. Former Glee Club president George L. Jones, Jr. served as accompanist.
Concerts[edit | edit source]
Roster[edit | edit source]
This roster was as of the Christmas Concert (1951) and the 1952 Corks and Curls, and may not include all who participated in the season.
First Basses: J.C. Barlow Jr., H.L. Collier, R.C.Y. Dunne, F.G. Emerson, J.H.N. Fernald, E.B. Heflin Jr., B.P. Holland, C.L. Hyser, J.R. McCarren, E.O. Rapp, B.G. Savile, W.B. Sibley III, S.B. Skenderis, W.C. Spence, I.N. Sporn, J.F. Sturman, C.C. Tarkenton, John A. Warwick, Jr.
Second Basses: A.J. Wiener, T.W. Williams III, E.M. Wyatt, R.T. von Beck, R.W. Birch, T.G. Buist, R.C. Bull, M. Cary, Jr., G. Fleshman, P.J. Glasener, D.B. Hall, R.S. Lizars, Jr., W.H. McLarin, A.L. Harlow, W.E. Hazen, W.A. Holton, K.S. Hodges, Mark H. Jander, W.M. Lovell, R.A. Massey, Jr., J. Rybolt, M.L. Starkey, Jr., J.E. Swenerton, B.A. Talmadge, F.B. Williams
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