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UMS Concert Program, November 19, 1971: Swingle Singers --

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Day
19
Month
November
Year
1971
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Concert: Sixth
Complete Series: 3745
Power Center For The Performing Arts

The University Musical Society
The University of Michigan
Presents
SWINGLE SINGERS
Christine Legrand, Soprano Ward Swingle, Tenor
Nicole Darde, Soprano Joseph Noves, Tenor
Claudine Meunier, Contralto Jose Germain, Bass
Helene Devos, Contralto Jean Cussac, Bass
Friday Evening, November 19, 1971, at 8:00 Power Center for the Performing Arts
PROGRAM
Fugue in G minor (BWV 578)...........Bach
Gavotte (Violin Partita, BWV 1006)..........Bach
Gigue (String Suite "La Lyra")..........Telemann
Aria (Dmajor String Suite)............Bach
Fugue (Violin Sonata, K. 402)..........Mozart
Allegro (Concerto Grosso, Op. 6, No. 4)........Handel
Sonata in C major..............Mozart
Allegro, Andante, Allegro
Vivace (Concerto for Two Violins, BWV 1043.......Bach
Variations (Ah! Vous diraisje Maman," K. 265......Mozart
INTERMISSION
Country Dances.............Traditional
Bess, You Is My Woman (Porgy and Bess).......Gershwin
I Got Plenty of Nothin' (Porgy and Bess).......Gershwin
Pavane pour une infante defunte..........Ravel
Romanza Andaluza.............Sarasate
Romanza...............Traditional
Sevilla (Spanish Suite)............Albeniz
Adagio (Concierto de Aranjuez)..........Rodrigo
Rondalla Aragonesa.............Granados
Spanish Dance No. 1 (La Vida breve)........De Falla
Philips Records. All vocal arrangements are by Ward Swingle. Sixth Concert International Presentations in Power Center Complete Concerts 3 745
INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS --197172
CHORICA DANCE THEATER from Athens.....
Choreography is closely interwoven with speech and music in these presentations, with excerpts from Ancient Greek tragedies, comedies and satiric drama providing material for the dramatic expressions of this group.
Two performances in Power Center:
Classical Greek Drama......Saturday, November 20
Byzantine Medieval Liturgical Drama . . . Sunday, November 21
'?NATIONAL BALLET of Washington, D.C. (aft. & eve.) Saturday, November 27
THE MESSIAH--Handel's great oratorio Friday and Saturday, December 3 and 4
(afternoon) Sunday, December 5
Donald Bryant conducts the 325member Choral Union, Interlochen Arts Academy Or?chestra, and soli in this traditional event of the Christmas season. Soloists are Helen Boatwright, Soprano; Batyah Godfrey, Contralto; Dan Marek, Tenor; and Donald Bell, Bass.
CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA,
Pierre Boulez, conductor.....Wednesday, December 8
Jeux, Debussy; The Miraculous Mandarin, Bartok; Symphony No. 3, Schumann
All programs in the evening, unless otherwise noted.
Sold out.
The annual May Festival will be held May 4, S, 6 and 7. Programs and soloists for the five concerts will be announced December 1, when series orders will be accepted.
Announcing Special Added Attractions in Hill Auditorium
The Russians are Coming!
MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH, Cellist.....Saturday, January IS
OSIPOV BALALAIKA ORCHESTRA and
Stars of the Bolshoi Opera........Tuesday, February 8
Public sale begins November 22 at Burton Tower Regular Prices--$7, $6.50, $6, $5, $3.S0, $2.50
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
Burton Memorial Tower, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 (Phone 6653717)

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