Program of Organ Music [stub]

Archibald T. Davison
1922 Bulletin of Cleveland Museum of Art  
Known as the Early Journal Content, this set of works include research articles, news, letters, and other writings published in more than 200 of the oldest leading academic journals. The works date from the mid--seventeenth to the early twentieth centuries. THE BULLETIN OF THE Mr. Ralph King, as acting President, accepted the gift in behalf of the Trustees, and the Director and Mr. Surette spoke briefly of the significance of the work the Museum is doing in musical appreciation. Congratulatory
more » ... on. Congratulatory letters were read from Dr. Eugene A. Noble, President of the Juilliard Musical Foun dation, and others, after which those present adjourned to seats in the Garden Court and the dedicatory recital on the new organ was given by Professor Archibald T. Davison of Harvard University, under whose supervision the organ specifications were prepared. The dedication showed the organ to be a very beautiful in strument, although it was not fully completed at the time of the dedication, which was appropriately set for the anniversary of Mr. McMyler's birth. With its continuous service insured by this splendid endow ment and its facilities greatly increased by the organ and the beautiful grand piano now part of its equipment, the Depart ment of Musical Arts can look forward to a wide service in bringing a love of the great art of music to those who come within the range of its service.