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UMS Concert Program, February 8, 1972: Osipov Balalaika Orchestra Of Moscow --

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Day
8
Month
February
Year
1972
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Complete Series: 3759
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

The University Musical Society
of
The University of Michigan
Presents
OSIPOV BALALAIKA ORCHESTRA OF MOSCOW
with Stars of the BOLSHOI OPERA and BOLSHOI BALLET
VLADIMIR FEDOSEYEV, Chief Conductor Honored Artist of the RSFSR
VITALY GNUTOV, Conductor
Guest Artists
TAMARA SOROK.INA, Soprano, Honored Artist of the RSFSR, Bolshoi Opera
YURI GULAYEV, Bass, Kiev Opera YULIA AND STANISLAV YLASOV, Bolshoi Ballet
Lvdmilla Zykina, Singer
Anatoly Tikiionov, Balalaika Vladimir Yakovlev, Domra
VESA Gorodovskaya and Nina Chekanova, Gusli
Tuesday Evening, February 8, 1972, at 8:30 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Mercury and AngelMelodiya Records
Special Concert Complete Programs 37S9
PROGRAM
The Great Gate of Kiev from "Pictures at an Exhibition"
The Accordionist Plays (A Musical Picture)
MOUSSORGSKY LVOVKOMPANEYETZ
Russian Dance............LvovKompaneyetz
Orchestra Vladimir Fedoseyev, conducting
"Don't Reproach Me" (Russian Folk Song) "Over the Fields" (Russian Folk Song)
Tamara Sorokina
"Strumming Gaily," for Domra and Orchestra . .
Vladimir Yakovlev Vitaly Gnutov, conducting
Yakovlev
"Evening Bells" (Russian Folk Song)
Orchestra
arr. Mossolov
"Down the River Volga" (Russian Folk Song) "The Singing ShaftBell" (Russian Folk Song)
LUDMILLA ZYKINA
Russian Choreographic Miniature
YULIA AND STANISLAV VlASOV
Dance of the Buffoons
Orchestra
Tchaikovsky
intermission
Introduction to the Opera, The Legend of the Invisible City of Kitezh
and the Maiden Fevronia........RimskyKorsakov
Orchestra
"Kalinka" (Russian Folk Song).......arr. Gorodovskaya
Anatoly Tikhonov
"Shall I Go, Shall I Go Out" (Russian Folk Song) . . . arr. Yakushenko
Orchestra
An Old Russian Waltz -Gusli Duet
Vera Gorodovskaya and Nina Chekanova
"Stenka Razin" (Russian Folk Song) "Along Petersky Street" (Russian Folk Song)
Yuri Gulayev
Choreographic Duet
YULIA AND STANISLAV VLASOV
Spanish Dance, from the Ballet "Raymonda"......Glazounov
Volga Rhapsody..............Kulikov
Orchestra
Stanislav Korshunov, Tour Director Victor Vekshin, Orchestra Manager
INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS -197 172
Alicia De Larrocha, Pianist.......Friday, February 11
Scarlatti: Two Sonatas; Schumann: Kreisleriana, Op. 16; Albeniz: "Iberia" (Books II and III).
Hermann Prey, Baritone........Thursday, February 17
AllSchubert program
Oscar Ghiglia, Guitar, and Frans Brueggen, Recorder . Wednesday, February 23
Guitar Bach: Prelude, Fugue and Allegro in D major; Ponce: Sonatina Meridional; Falla: Homenaje a Debussy; VillaLobos: Three Preludes, Three Etudes. Recorder: Van Eyck; Doen Daphne; Schat: Hypothema; Berio: Gesti.
P'Ansori, Music Legends from Korea.....Friday, February 25
Court chamber music, instrumental and vocal, of Korean epics and legends. Orchestra of Tanso, Kayageum, Kuhmoongo, Yanggeum, Pook, Changgo, Haegeum.
Prague Symphony Orchestra.......Sunday, February 27
Jindrich Rohan, Conductor
Smetana: Czech Song (with Festival Chorus of the University Choral Union, Donald Bryant, Director); Peter Eben: Vox Clamantis; Dvorak: Symphony No. S in F major.
Julian Bream, Guitarist and Lutenist (Sold Out) . . Wednesday, March 1
Boston Symphony Chamber Players.....Tuesday, March 14
(Please note change in Boston dates from earlier announcements)
Boston Symphony Orchestra,
William Steinberg, Conductor.....Wednesday, March 15
Vienna Symphony Orchestra........Sunday, March 19
Josef Krips, Conductor
Shantung Traditional Music from China.....Friday, April 7
Minnesota Orchestra..........Sunday, April 9
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, Conductor
New York Pro Musica (Sold Out).......Sunday, April 16
ANN ARBOR MAY FESTIVAL......May 4, 5, 6, 7
The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy and Thor Johnson, conductors; five concerts in Hill Auditorium.
Soloists: Dietrich FischerDieskau, baritone; Marilyn Home, soprano; Malcolm Frager, pianist; Mayumi Fujikawa, violinist; Susan Starr, pianist; Xoelle Rogers, soprano; Elizabeth Mannion, contralto; Waldie Anderson, tenor; Leslie Guinn, baritone; Willis Patterson, bass.
(Brochures with complete programs and ticket information available at Musical Society offices.)
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
Burton Memorial Tower, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Phone 6653717)

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