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A little day music

December 3, 2012 1:00 PM

Photos by Paula Burch-Celentano
pburch@tulane.edu

Music at Midday

Accompanied on piano by Aigerim Magavina, sophomore Mary Alexandra Zodin sings the "Silver Aria" from Douglas Moore's opera, The Ballad of Baby Doe. The performance was part of a recent Music at Midday, a free recital hosted by the Newcomb Department of Music on the Tulane uptown campus.

Music at Midday

Harrison Lang, a sophomore, performs "Can't Get a Man With a Gun," from the 1946 musical Annie Get Your Gun by Irving Berlin. The song was originally performed by Ethel Merman.

Music at Midday

Senior Sarah Weinberg sings "I Send My Heart Up To Thee" from Amy Beach's Three Browning Songs.

Music at Midday

Curtain call — the performers, all students from the Newcomb music department, bow at the end of the program. 

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