Complete Series: 3721
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
The University Musical Society
The University of Michigan
SIBERIAN DAKCEIS ll SINGERS OF OMSK
YURI YUROVSKY, Director
Iraida Ivanova, Choir Leader
Georgi Pantukov, Chief of Choir
Yakov Kolomeisky, Choreographer
Saturday Evening, March 27, 1971, at 8:30 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Carnival......Music by N. Peonin, Staged by Y. Kolomeisky
Green Field--A Siberian Folk Song.......Arr. by I. Ivanova
Corn fields, endless, green and waving like the sea.
Coachman's Dance--Folk Music . Arr. by E. Kalugina, Staged by G. Galperin
Male Choir and Dancers
When the Moon--Russian Folk Song (Duet)
Peddlers--Russian Folk Song........Arr. by A. Shirokov
From Behind the Island into the Bay--Russian Folk Song . Arr. by G. Pantukov
A talc of the River Volga, of Steven Rasin and his love for the illfated princess who is sacrificed to the great river.
The Cnore Love Song--Septet
Tea.........Music by G. Pantukov and N. Pronin,
Staged by Y. Kolomeisky Let's Dance
Siberian Fun--Folk Music........Staged by M. Godenka
INTERMISSION Fifth Program Third Annual Dance Festival Complete Programs 3721
My Hut--Folk Music . . . Arr. by N. Pronin, Staged by Y. Kolomeisky
The Choir and Dancers
Folk Song to Yermac
My Husband Forced Me To ...--Russian Folk Song . . Arr. by G. Pantukov The wife is anxious to please her husband, but she is unable to do so.
The Spooners.............Arr. by A. Rud
Played on beech tree bark and wooden spoons--unusual folk "instruments."
Little Willow.....Music by G. Ponomarenko, Words by Alferov
The lovesick girls share their sadness with the weeping willow tree.
Love Grass--Folk Music . . . Arr. by E. Kalugina, Staged by G. Galperin The tale of a Siberian magical herb, bringing joy, and obliterating grief for the finder. Women's Choir and Dancers
Siberian Troika--Russian Folk Song Music by G. Pantukov, Words by A. Sinditsky
The Troika rushes down the frozen river.
The coachman sings his sad song of unrequited love.
The Choir Prairie Song Down Hill--Folk Music . . . Arr. by N. Pronin, Staged by Y. Kolomeisky
Company Manager, John Scott Stage Manager, Hans Hortig
Special Added Attraction
MERCE CUNNINGHAM AND DANCE COMPANY . . Tuesday, April 13
in Hill Auditorium at 8:30 p.m. Tickets: $5.00--$4.00--$3.00
(Lecturedemonstration Monday, April 12. Tickets: $1.00 at the door.)
197172 Choral Union Series, Chamber Arts Series, and East Asian Series --
season ticket orders now being accepted. Brochures available upon request. A series of music and dance attractions for the new Power Center for the Perform?ing Arts for next season will be announced soon and orders for series tickets accepted at that time.