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Parnassus Club meeting

On Jan. 14, The Parnassus Club met at Coralie Button’s residence. It was announced that the annual Parnassus auditions for local students in voice and piano will be held on March 1.  
Corralie Button  presented a program  on  two women composer’s from the late 1800’s to early 1900’s. Dame Ethel Mary Smyth was an English composer and a member of the women’s suffrage movement. Born 1858, died May 1944. Her  music contained  Operas, Vocal, Orchestral, Chamber Music, Piano and Organ solos. Later in life she gave up music and became a Suffragette. Her music “The ...

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