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Bob Zahner & Terry Trabandt Practice Their Guitar Performance For The Slauson Junior High School Talent Assembly, October 1962

Bob Zahner & Terry Trabandt Practice Their Guitar Performance For The Slauson Junior High School Talent Assembly, October 1962 image
Year:
1962
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, October 25, 1962
Caption:
PRACTICE SESSION: Participants in Slauson Junior High School's talent assembly set for 8:30 a.m. Nov. 2 practiced their numbers yesterday at the school. Demonstrating their skill on guitars are Bob Zahner, (left) and Terry Trabandt.

Pioneer High Teacher Robert Elliott Drums With A Jazz Quartet At A Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, January 1977 Photographer: Jack Stubbs

Pioneer High Teacher Robert Elliott Drums With A Jazz Quartet At A Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, January 1977 image
Year:
1977
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, January 15, 1977
Caption:
Today is the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's birth, but the Ann Arbor Public Schools commemorated the event yesterday, with an in-service afternoon program for teachers and administrators at Pioneer High. Following presentations by Supt. Harry Howard, Asst. Supt. Robert Potts, and Prof. James Standifer of the U-M Music School there was a program by a jazz quartet of local musicians, which included Pioneer High teacher Robert Elliott on drums. The remainder of the program was furnished by artists of the New Black Repertory Company, including dancers, shown above in "African Welcome Dance." Other company members presented poetry and song to honor Dr. King. The company has also scheduled public appearances Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights next week at Mack Elementary School. (Staff photos by Jack Stubbs)

Prof. William Stubbins Plays The Fipple Flute, January 1953

Prof. William Stubbins Plays The Fipple Flute, January 1953 image
Year:
1953
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, January 29, 1953
Caption:
A modern "minstrel" plays an old instrument. Prof. William H. Stubbins of the U-M Music School is shown playing a recorder, or "fipple flute." The recorder is an 800-year-old musical instrument that is still widely played. Three sizes of the ancient instrument are shown here: a small "sopranino" protrudes from Stubbins' pocket and a large, bass recorder lies on the music rack. The University Extension Service is offering a night course in the recorder next semester.

Prof. William Stubbins & Prof. Marion McArtor Playing Old Instruments, March 1953

Prof. William Stubbins & Prof. Marion McArtor Playing Old Instruments, March 1953 image
Year:
1953
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, April 6, 1953
Caption:
McArtor plays a spinetta, or virginal, from the collection. The instrument, believed to be about 350-years-old is one of the choice items from the collection and one of the few in playing condition. He accompanies Prof. William H. Stubbins of the U-M School of Music who is playing a recorder, a type of flute nearly 800 years old. The two recently gave a recital on their ancient instruments at a U-M Extension Service class in "The Music of the Recorder."

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Month
July
Year
1969
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