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UMS Concert Program, December 5, 1965: Messiah -- George Frederick Handel

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December
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1965
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Season: Eighty-seventh
Concert: 3
Complete Series: 3499
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

1965 Eighty-seventh Season 1966
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Charles A. Sink, President Gail W. Rector, Executive Director Lester McCoy, Conductor
Eighth Program Eighty-seventh Annual Choral Union Series Complete Series 3500
PHYLLIS CURTIN
Soprano RYAN EDWARDS at the Piano
Thursday Evening, January 20, 1966, at 8:30 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM
La Regatta Veneziana (Tre canzonette)......Rossini
Avanti la regatta (Before the Gondola Race) Co passa la regatta (There Goes the Regatta) Dopo la regatta (After the Regatta)
Adieux a la vie (Elegy on one note).......Rossini
Six Songs............Schubert
Suleika I
Nacht und Traume
Die Liebe hat gelogen
Standchen
Klarchens Lied, from Goethe's Egmont
Suleika II
Drei Lieder der Ophelia.......Richard Strauss
Wie erkenn ich mein Traulieb vor andern nun Guten Morgen, 's ist Sankt Valentinstag Sie trugen ihn auf der Bahre bloss
INTERMISSION
La Mort d'Ophelie (Ballade)........ Berlioz
Zaide.............. Berlioz
Chevaux de bois (Merry-go-round)...... Debussy
Mandoline............ Debussy
Flamenco Meditations.........Surinach
(on five "Sonnets from the Portuguese" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning)
The Steinway is the official piano of the University Musical Society
ARS LONGA VITA BREVIS
Overture
Tenor--Comfort ye, My people, saith your God; speak ye comfortably to Jerusalem, and cry unto her, that her warfare is accomplished, that her in?iquity is pardon'd. The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make straight in the desert a highway for our God.
Every valley shall be exalted, and every mountain and hill made low; the crooked straight, and the rough places plain.
Chorus--And the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together; for the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it.
Bass--Thus saith the Lord of Hosts: Yet once a little while, and I will shake the heavens and the earth, the sea and the dry land; and I will shake all na?tions; and the desire of all nations shall come. The Lord, whom ye seek,
shall suddenly come to His temple, e'en the messenger of the covenant, whom ye delight in: behold, He shall come, saith the Lord of Hosts.
But who may abide the day of His coming and who shall stand when He appeareth For He is like a refiner's fire.
Contralto--Behold, a virgin shall conceive and bear a Son, and shall call His name Emmanuel: God with us.
Contralto and Chorus--O thou that tellcst good tidings to .inn, get thce up into the high mountain! Lift up thy voice with strength! Lift it up, be not afraid! Say unto the cities of Judah, Behold your God! Arise, shine, for thy light is come; and the glory of the Lord is risen upon thee!
Chorus--For unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is given, and the govern?ment shall be upon His shoulder; and His name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, the Mighty God, the Ever?lasting Father, the Prince of Peace.
PROGRAM NOTES
La Regatta Veneziana (Tre canzonette)......Rossini
Avanti la regatta (Before the Gondola Race)
A young Venetian girl is watching a gondola race in which her lover is a participant. In these three song gems, which Rossini wrote in 1835, he takes her through the various stages and excitements of the race: On the balcony waves the flag. Come and take it. Don't delay. Run, hurry. You cannot fail me waiting so anxiously. Hurry.
Co passa la regatta (There Goes the Regatta)
I am here and you are nearing the half-way mark. The northern wind is rising and how I tremble. The current is in your favor. I see him, he is second! Ah, what excitement is in me. Courage, row, summon all your strength and you will be the victor. Your boat is advancing and you look at me.
Dopo la regatta (After the Regatta)
Take a kiss, and another one, my darling Momolo. Rest, and I will wipe your brow. I knew you would win the prize. I proclaim you the victor. You are without equal in all the world.
Adieux a la vie (Elegy on one note).......Rossini
Six Songs............Schubert
Suleika I
The two Suleika songs are addresses to two winds of love, East and West. The East Wind cools the aching of the heart and its whisper brings a thousand greetings from the lover.
Nacht und Traume
Blessed night descends bringing forgetfulness in dreams ... 0 Night, come back and bring us dreams unending.
Die Liebe hat gelogen
Love has deceived me; I am betrayed, alas, and forsaken! O unhappy heart, cease your beating!
Standchen
Lightly speed my songs of yearning through the night to thee ...
Klarchens Lied, from Goethe's Egmont
Gladness and sadness, then gladness again Tearful and fearful in wild soaring pain; Shouting to heaven or moaning with woe, Happiness none but a lover can know.
Suleika II
Balmy West Wind let your soft and tender sighing cool the burning eye of sorrow. Hasten to my love and tell him how happy we shall be when he returns.
for some to have pity on Him, but there was no man, neither found He any to comfort Him.
Behold, and see if there be any sor?row like unto His sorrow.
Soprano and Chorus--How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things.
Their sound is gone out into all lands, and their words unto the ends of the world.
Bass--Why do the nations so furious?ly rage together Why do the people imagine a vain thing The kings of the earth rise up, and the rulers take counsel together, against the Lord, and against His anointed.
Chorus--Let us break their bonds asunder, and cast away their yokes from us.
Tenor--He that dwelleth in heaven shall laugh them to scorn; the Lord shall have them in derision.
Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron; Thou shalt dash them in pieces like a potter's vessel.
Chorus and Audience--Hallelu?jah! for the Lord God Omnipotent reigneth.
The kingdom of this world is become the kingdom of our Lord and of His Christ; and He shall reign for ever and ever. King of Kings, and Lord of Lords.
Soprano--I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that He shall stand at the latter day upon the earth. And tho' worms destroy this body, yet in my flesh shall I see God I for now is Christ risen from the dead, the first fruits of them that sleep.
Chorus--Since by man came death, by man came also the resurrection of the dead. For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.
Bass--Behold, I tell you a mystery; we shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed, in a moment, in the twin?kling of an eye, at the last trumpet.
The trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.
Chorus--Worthy is the Lamb that was slain, and hath redeemed us to God by His blood, to receive power, and riches, and wisdom, and strength, and honor, and glory, and blessing. Blessing and honor, glory and power, be unto Him that sitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb forever and ever. Amen.
Drei Lieder der Ophelia.......Richard Strauss
Wie erkenn ich mein Traulieb vor andern nun How should I your true love know From another one By his cockle hat and staff, And his sandal shoon ...
Guten Morgen, 's ist Sankt Valentinstag Tomorrow is St. Valentine's Day All in the morning betime, And I a maid at your window, To be your Valentine .. .
Sic trugen ihn auf der Bahre bloss
They bore him barefac'd on the bier; Hey non nonny, nonny, hey nonny; And in his grave rained many a tear, Fare you well, my dove! . . .
La Mort d'Ophelie (Ballade)........Berlioz
In her gentle madness, Ophelia followed the stream, picking periwinkle, butter?cup, and opal-coloured iris to hang upon a willow. She lost her footing and fell; for a few moments she floated on the current, singing an ancient ballad, like some water-born nymph. But then her dress, weighted with water, drew the poor creature below, leaving her melodious song hardly begun.
Zaide..............Berlioz
The orphan slave girl, Zaide, sings of the beauties of Granada and of her longing for its Moorish splendor.
Chevaux de bois (Merry-go-round)......Debussy
Turn, turn, merry wooden horses! Turn a hundred, a thousand times! It's astonishing how dizzy one gets going round and round in that crazy circle. But already they are calling to supper and night is falling fast. The sky is like velvet and golden stars appear. Turn to the joyous sound of the drums ... still turn!
Mandoline............Debussy
Serenaders and fair listeners chat idly beneath the whispering branches. There's Tircis, and Aminta, and the eternal Clitandre, and there's Damis, too, who writes many a love song to disdainful ladies. Their short silken jackets, their long trailing gowns, their elegance, their gladness and their soft blue shadows whirl in the ecstasy of moonlight, pinke and grey; and the mandolin chatters in the trembling breeze.
Flamenco Meditations........Carlos Surinach
(on five "Sonnets from the Portuguese" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning) How do I love thee, let me count the ways Yet, love, more love, is beautiful indeed When our two souls stand up erect and strong The face of all the world is changed, I think If thou must love me, let it be for nought except for love's sake only
Columbia, RCA Victor, Vanguard, Cambridge, Westminster, and Louisville Records.
First Sopranos Arentz, Joan C. Austin, Patricia K. Bates, Jacquelyn M. Bernstein, Judith S. Bradstreet, Lola Mae Brandt, Madeline L. Braun, Maureen Braunstein, Susan N. Burr, Virginia A. Ciarlo, Dorothy A. Coffman, Judith Ann Cook, Elaine G. Edwards, Virginia M. Gallatin, Judith E. Graham, Charlene Hahn, Ruth M. Hanson, Gladys M. Hawk, Gloria Lee Hcnes, Karen Kay Hiett, Katherine L. Housekeeper, Judith K. Howe, Joan Frances Huff, Nancy K. Jerome, Ruth Jones, Jacqueline A. Jones, Patricia Jean Julien, Charlotte J. Kirkpatrick, Mary E. Lazier, Anita Joy Losh, Susan Carol Luecke, Doris L. Malila. Elida M. Martin, Donna Jean McDonald, Ruth M. Montgomery, Patricia Ncwcomb, Alice R. Newman, Judy Owens, Jane Plekker, Judith E. Porter, Mary B. Ramee, Dorothy W. Reddick, Bella G. Rhodes, Mattie R. Richek, Margaret A. Samborski, Alma G. Sevilla, Josefina Sommerfeld. Martha L. Steere, Judith E. Stevens, Ethel C. Swenson. Melinda Wahl, Barbara J. White, Myra W. Yoder, Edith L. Yoon, Soon Young
Second Sopranos
Anderson, Wendelyn S. Barter, Patricia R. Bartsch, Rhonda L. Berlin, Joan C. Beverly, Delores E. Block, Kathryn A. Boase, Barbara Ann Bradley, Carol Joan Brown, Susannah E. Buchanan, Gale F. Caster, Carol Ann Clague, Rosemary Cornell, Gail Ann
Cushing, Gloria L. DeHart, Barbara J. Danforth, Ruth E. Datsko, Doris Mae Foster, Suzanne Globe, Carlotta B. Gulevich, Catherine Hcndrickson, Marianne Janson, Susan Lee Jewell, Lois Ann Karapostoles, LaVaughn Kellogg, Merlyn L. King, Chrystie A. Kontny, Elizabeth A. Lyraan, Frances J. McAdoo, Mary C. McCallum, Barbara Moceri, Virginia S. Morris, Roberta Ann Ncedbam, Martha Lynn Nissley, Alice Jean Nobilette, Dorothy M. O'Connor, Barbara A. Osborn, Carolyn Jane Richards, Jean Diane Ridley, Charlene Ann Rosenbaum, Stephanie Sarkisian, Louise M. Schaefer, Jane Mary Schumm, Barbara Louise Skibbe, Joan Margaret Spencer, Bette Ann Surbrook, Barbara L. Sweet, Deborah P. Vlisides, Elena C. Wesley, Caroline G. Widiger, Susan J. Wilson, Miriam L. Wylie, Winifred J.
First Altos
Abrams, Gloria S. Adams, Carol Bingham Baker, Mary M. Beam, Eleanor P. Beggrovs, Marina Brown, Marion W. Bums, Branda Sue Carr, Nancy P. Crawford, Margaret Eastman, Berenice M. Eiteman, Sylvia C. Estep, Jan Evans, Daisy E. Fowler, Lucille HartweR, Joyce K. Hellstedt, Linda F. Heyn, Carla Ann Hinterman, Ellen K. Hirshfeld, Lucy W. Hodgman, Dorothy B. Kimmcl, Helen G. Klein, Linda Sue Langer, Margaret B. Lazaroff, Patricia E. Lee, Ducky H. Lyman, Cheryl M. Manson, Hinda Marsh, Martha M. McAdoo, Harriette
McCoy, Bcrnice Mehler, Hallie J. Moen, Cheryl Ann Monson, Susan Lee Mayer, Carol Ann Neal, Marcclla E. Ogden, Margaret A. O'Neal, Carol K. Price, Janet M. Reider, Linda H. Reidy, Dorothy E. Reynolds, Susan L. Roberts, Claudia B. Robison, Virginia A. Rubinstein, Sallie Schmidt, Nancy E. Schwarz, Lynn J. Segal, Deborah A. Stid, Deborah D. Thomas, Anne E. Thompson, Linda F. Vierling, Judith A. Wargelin, Carol G. Wentworth, Elizabeth White, Nancy Kay Wiedmann, Louise P. Wolfe, Charlotte A. Wood, Delores Jean Swenson, Judith Ann Yntema, Carla M.
Second Altos
Arnold, Helen M. Blackmon, Carol Lee Blake, Susan Jane Blossom, Elaine A. Bogart, Gertrude J. Bolhouse, Betty Jean Brandt, Nancy J. Brink, Virginia R. Clayton, Caroline S. Cole, M. Kathleen Crossley, Winnifred M. Davis, Judy A. Eisenhardt, Elizabeth R. Enkemann, Gladys C. Exelby, Mary Jane Forsyth, Ilene H. Foster, Shirley Friedberg, Susan Gamble, Carol E. Garrels, Nancy E. Gault, Gertrude George, Betty Rose Haab, Mary E. Hawkins, Shirley L. Hessemer, Kay Marie Hoyt, Janet E. Johnson, Grayce Johnston, Theolia C. Kendall, Gail Marie Kero, Ruth Knight, Mona J. Lane, Rosemarie Lidgard, Ruth M. Liebscher, Erika M. Luton, Jane E. Malmstrom, Florence L. Mastin, Neva M.
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS The twenty-sixth annual
Chamber Music Festival
Three concerts in Rackham Auditorium
THE NEW YORK CHAMBER SOLOISTS
Adele Addison, soprano Charles Bressler, tenor
Albert Fuller, harpsichord Melvin Kaplan, oboe
Alexander Kouguell, cello Julius Levine, doublebass
Ynez Lynch, viola Gerald Tarack. violin
Harriet Wingreen, piano Charles Russo, clarinet (guest artist)
Friday, February 18, 8:30
Selections from the Notebook of Anna Magdalene Bach .... Bach
Duo in B-flat major, for violin and viola.......Mozart
Contata No. 1 on Elizabethan Texts.......Hugh Aitken
Five Blake Songs for tenor and oboe.....Vaughan Williams
Trio in B-flat major for violin, viola, and cello.....Schubert
Cantata. "Tu fedel tu, Costante".........Handel
Saturday, February 19, 8:30
Divertimento for violin, cello, and bass.....Michael Haydn
Phantasy Quartet for oboe and strings........Britten
Concert Royale No. 3, for oboe, strings, and harpsichord . . . Couperin
Concerto in D major............Handel
Quintet, "Die Forelle"...........Schubert
Sunday, February 20, 2:30
Cantata, "Diane et Acteon"..........Rameau
Trio in E-flat for clarinet, viola, and piano.......Mozart
Five Duets for soprano, tenor, and piano......Schumann
"Der Hirt auf dem Felsen," for soprano, clarinet, and piano . . Schubert Quintet for oboe, clarinet, violin, viola, and bass .... Prokofieff Six Scotch and Welsh Airs for soprano, tenor, violin.
doublebass, and piano...........Haydn
Series Tickets: $7.00--$5.00--$4.00. Single Concerts: $4.00--$3.00--$2.00
Also in Rackham Auditorium
Hermann Prey, Baritone......Wednesday, February 2
Vienna Octet..........Tuesday, March 1
I Solisti Veneti.........Wednesday, March 16
Chicago Little Symphony.......Thursday, March 31
Remaining performances in Hill Auditorium
Rumanian Folk Ballet......Wednesday, February 16
Van Cliburn, Pianist.......Wednesday, February 23
Monte Carlo National Orchestra .... Saturday, February 26
Rudolf Serkin, Pianist........Monday, March 7
National Ballet from Washington, D.C. . . 2:30, Sunday, March 27
For tickets and information, address UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY, Burton Tower, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Second Tenors Atkins, Anthony G. Beyer, Hilbert Bremer, Joel L. Clark, Harold R. Corzine, Gordon L. Cross, Harry Lee Denton, W. Barrett Gaskell, Jerry T. Gibilisco, Fred T. Gunning, Stephen H. Harris, Richard M. Hildebrand, John E. Humphrey, Richard Johnson, Paul A. Jones, Charles E. May, Wolfgang W. Ochoa, Enrique Powell, Fredric A. Preston, Thomas A. Raub, James R. Richardson, Robert J. Schultz, Stanley T. Settler, Leo H. Smalhvood, Stephen M. Smith. Douglas I. Tarzia, Frank L. Thorne. George R. White, Douglas K.
First Basses
Abrahamse, Bruce Beam, Marion L. Bloom, Henry R. Bowman, Brian R. Brownson. Robert C. Brucger, John M. Buresh, David R. Burr, Charles F. Clayton, Joseph F. Clow, Allen S. Damborg. Mark J. Eiscnhardt. George H. Garrcls. Dennis E. Garrcls, Robert F. Hall, Lawrence E. Herren. Donald C. Jones, John D. Kaiser, Thomas E.
Kays, J. Warren Kissel, Klair H. Lanini, Kent P. Lohrmann, Robert R. MacQuecn, Donald S. Mallen, Robert G. McDonald, James L. McWilliams, Leslie Meader, Robert E. Palicz, Robert J. Pickut, Guenther Roach, James W. Schumacher, Herrmann Spearing, Darwin R. Stine, Philip B. Swanson, Landon H. Way, Thomas J. Wilkins. David C. Woltersom, Richard J.
Second Basses Barranger, John J. Bartlett, William R. Dunning, James E. Fisher, Wayne A. Forburger, Dean C. Goodwin, Carl H. Gross. Carey C. Hunsche. David F. Keller, Jacob B. Lee, George W. Lloyd. Steve E. Maynard, Dale A. McAdoo, William P. McTighe. William J. Miller, Glenn E. Morris, John Anthony Robbins, James F. Peterson, Robert R. Schroeder, Dale E. Stegler. Richard E. Steinmetz. George P. Van der Luet, Bud Vreeland. Robert G. Wall. Ralph J. Wash. Willard D. Wright, Stephen B. Wyche. Donald W. Yenner, William L.
MEMBERS OF THE DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
First Violins Staples, Gordon, Conccrtmaster Bistritzky, Zinovi Hochberg, Morris Urso, Santo Boesen, Jack Shillcr, Ralph Bourbonnais, M. J. Zonas, Nick Hul linger, Inez Szitas, Gabriel
Second Violins Kesner, Edouard Rcsnick, Felix Score, Alvin Laudenslager, Harold
Cramer, Ernest Waring, James Barnes, Robert D. Klein, Herold R.
Violas
Amato, Guyton Shapiro, Meyer Staszewski, Eugenia Ireland, David Hubicki, Taras J.
Cellos
Babini, Italo Markicwicz, Tbaddcus Bachmann, Arthur
Basses
Van de Graaf, John Benner, Raymond
Oboes
Mariotti, Arno Hall, Harold
Bassoons
Sirard, Charles Kaplan, William
Trumpets
Tamburini, James Haas, Donald
Timpani
Rabbio, Salvatore

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