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UMS Concert Program, July 15, 1967: Fair Lane Festival -- Yehudi Menuhin And The Bath Festival Orchestra

UMS Concert Program, July 15, 1967: Fair Lane Festival -- Yehudi Menuhin And The Bath Festival Orchestra image UMS Concert Program, July 15, 1967: Fair Lane Festival -- Yehudi Menuhin And The Bath Festival Orchestra image
Day
15
Month
July
Year
1967
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Concert: SEVENTH
Complete Series: 3574
Fair Lane, Dearborn Campus, The University Of Michigan

e?) FAIR Ml FESTIVAL
YEHUDI MENUHIN
AND
THE BATH FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
Concertmaster: ROBERT MASTERS Soloist: HEPHZIBAH MENUHIN, Pianist
Saturday Evening, July IS, 1967, at 8:30 Fair Lane, Dearborn Campus, The University of Michigan
PROGRAM
Concerto for Violin No. 2 in E major (BVW 1042)......Bach
Allegro Adagio
Allegro assai
Yehudi Menuhin
Concerto for Piano, No. 9 in Eflat major, K. 271.....Mozart
Allegro
Andantino
Presto; menuetto; presto
Hephzibah Menuhin
INTERMISSION
Symphony No. 44 ("Trauer") in E minor........Haydn
Allegro con brio Allegretto Adagio Presto
Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, Op. 20......Britten
Adagio Wiener Walzer
March Moto perpetuo
Romance Funeral March
Aria Italiana Chant
Bource classique Fugue and Finale
Steinway piano courtesy of Grinnell Brothers
Seventh Program 1967 Fair Lane Festival Complete Series 3574
89th Season of University Musical Society Presentations Twentyninth program in the Sesquicentennial Year of The University of Michigan
BATH FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
Artistic Director: Yehudi Menuhdj
Concertmaster: Robert Masters Artistic Administrator: Jack Phipps
First Violins Robert Masters Jack Rothstein Raymond Keenleyside Marjorie Lavers Kelly Isaacs Eleanor St. George
Second Violins Sydney Humphreys David Stone Homi Kanga Brendan O'Reilly Rosemary Ellison Nigel Murray
Violas
Walter Gerhardt Margaret Major Nannie Jaraieson John Davis
Cellos
Derek Simpson Muriel Taylor Ross Pople
Basses John Gray Michael Brittain
Oboes
Michael Dobson
James Brown
Horns
John Burden Timothy Brown
Harpsichord William Read
Orchestra Management: Mrs. Noel Masters
ART EXHIBIT
The art exhibit on July IS and 16 in Fair Lane is through the courtesy of the Gertrude Kasle Gallery of Detroit.
1. Helen Frankenthaler
2. Robert Goodnough
3. Paul Jenkins
4. Paul Jenkins
5. Irving Kriesberg
6. Irving Kriesberg
7. Robert Natkin
8. Lowell Nesbitt
9. Lowell Nesbitt
10. Ray Parker
11. Charles Pollock
12. Charles Pollock
13. Manoucher Yektai
14. Manoucher Yektai
Cartoon
Boat Trip RJC.
Phenomenon Dragon Blue Helm
Phenomenon Leap Through
Mount Abu
Peace and Order
Untitled
Rose
Studio Chair
No. II
Sulpice
Sun's Footprints
White Vase
Grey Background (Figure)
Columbia Artists Management, Inc., acknowledges with thanks the cooperation of the American
Federation of Musicians in making possible the appearance in the United States of the
BATH FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA.

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