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UMS Concert Program, November 19, 1973: Martina Arroyo --

Day
19
Month
November
Year
1973
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Concert: Sixth
Complete Series: 3852
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

The University Musical Society
of
The University of Michigan
Presents
Martina Arroyo
Soprano DONAL NOLD, Pianist
Monday Evening, November 19, 1973, at 8:30 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM
Per pieta...............Stradella
For pity's sake, return to me! My love, where art thou My eyes are full of sorrow; they cannot live without thee!
Ariette di parnasso confuso...........Gluck
Come, hide thyself, beloved, in my heartstrings. Such would be the tender harmony that would inspire thy every happy, passionate sigh.
"Sommi Dei," Polissena's Aria from Radamisto......Handel
arr. Frank Bibb
Supreme Gods, who behold my misfortune, watch over my heavy heart.
So Shall the Lute and Harp Awake from Judas Maccabeus .... Handel
So shall the lute and harp awake, And spritely voice sweet descant run, Seraphic melody to make, In the pure strains of Jesse's son.
Sixth Concert Ninetyfifth Annual Choral Union Series Complete Programs 3852
COMING EVENTS
Handel's "Messiah".......Friday, 8:30, November 30;
Saturday, 8:30, December 1; Sunday, 2:30, December 2
For over ninety years, the University Choral Union has presented the "Messiah" in celebration of the Christmas season. Donald Bryant conducts the 350voice chorus, members of the Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra, and soloists Ruth Falcon, soprano, Muriel Greenspon, contralto, John Sandor, tenor, and Saverio Barbieri, bass.
Krasnanyarsk Siberian Dancers . . . Saturday, 3:00 and 8:00, December 1
AllBrubeck Concert.......Thursday, 8:30, January 17
"Two Generations of Brubeck": Dave Brubcck and sons, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Festival Chorus, New Heavenly Blue rock group, Erich Kunzel and Don Th. Jaeger, con?ductors, featuring the cantata "Truth."
LaSalle String Quartet.......Sunday, 2:30, January 20
Schonberg: Quartet No. 4; Mozart: Quartet in D minor, K. 421; Verdi: Quartet in E minor.
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra.....Sunday, 2:30, January 27
Witold Rowicki, Conductor; Stefania VVoytowicz, Soprano
Szymanowski: Concert Overture, Op. 12; Britten: Illuminations, Op. 14; Boguslawski:
Capriccioso notturno; Stravinsky: "Petrouchka"
Carlos BarbosaLima, Guitarist.....Saturday, 8:30, February 2
Awaji Puppet Theatre, Japan.....Tuesday, 8:30, February 19
Roumanian Trio.........Friday, 8:30, February 22
(Piano, Violin, Cello)
AllBeethoven: Trios, Op. 1, No. 3 in C minor; Op. 70, No. 1 in D major; Op. 97 ("The
Archduke") in Bfiat major
Goldovsky Opera Theater (double bill) . . . Saturday, 8:00, February 23
and Sunday, 3:00, February 24 Mozart: "The Impresario" Menotti: "The Old Maid and The Thief"
Luciano Pavarotti, Tenor.....Wednesday, 8:30, February 27
Netherlands Wind Ensemble.......Thursday, 8:30, February 28
Gounod: Petite symphonic; Mozart: Serenade, K. 388; D'Indy: Chanson et dances, Op. SO; Dvorak: Serenade, Op. 44
"So Shall the Lute and Harp Awake" from Judas Maccabeus by Handel will be deleted from Miss Arroyo's program tonight.
En priere................Faure
If the voice of a child can reach You, 0 my Father, listen to the prayer of Jesus on his knees before You. If You have chosen me to teach Your laws on earth, I will know how to serve You, august King of Kings, O Light! On my lips, Lord, place the beneficent truth, so that whoever doubts will revere You with humility. Do not abandon me; give me the necessary gentleness to appease the wrongs, to alleviate the pain, the misery! Reveal Yourself to me, Lord, in Whom I believe and hope; for You I want to suffer and die on the Cross, at Calvary!
Fleur jetee, Op. 39, No. 2............Faure
A flower, gathered with a song and thrown away in a dream, carries away my folly at the mercy of the wind. Love perishes like a cut flower. The hand that has touched thee shuns my hand forever. Let the wind that withers thee, oh poor flower, wither my heart!
Seven Spanish Popular Songs..........de Falla
El pano moruno
A stain fell on the fine cloth in the store. It is to be sold for a lower price because it has lost its value. Ay!
Seguidilla murciana
Those who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones at the neighbors. We are muleteers, and perhaps we might meet on the road! Because of your great fickleness I compare you to a peseta that passes from hand to hand until it is defaced and seems false, and nobody will take it!
Asturiana
To see whether it would console me, I sought the shelter of a verdant pine. Seeing me weep, it wept, too.
Jota
They say we don't love each other because we don't speak about it; they can inquire of your heart and mine. Xow I must take leave of you, of your house and your window; and though your mother may not like it, farewell, nina, till tomorrow!
Nana {Lullaby)
Sleep, nino, sleep; sleep, my soul; sleep, little morning star; nanita, nana.
Cancion
Because your eyes are such traitors I am going to bury them. You don't know what it costs to look at them. They say that you don't love me; once you did love me. The gain pales before the loss.
Polo
Ay! I have a pain in my breast, and I will tell it to no one. Accursed be love and the one who made me understand it!
The program notes are by Paul Affelder Angel, Columbia, Decca, DGG, London, Philips Records
COMING EVENTS
Narciso Yepes, Guitarist......Wednesday, 8:30, November 28
Handel's "Messiah"........Friday, 8:30, November 30;
Saturday, 8:30, December 1; Sunday, 2:30, December 2
For over ninety years, the University Choral Union has presented the "Messiah" in celebration of the Christmas season. Donald Bryant conducts the 350voice chorus, members of the Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra, and soloists Ruth Falcon, soprano, Muriel Greenspon, contralto, John Sandor, tenor, and Saverio Barbieri, bass.
Krasnayarsk Siberian Dancers . . . Saturday, 3:00 and 8:00, December 1
AllBrubeck Concert........Thursday, 8:30, January 17
"Two Generations of Brubeck": Dave Brubeck and sons, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Festival Chorus, New Heavenly Blue rock group, Erich Kunzel and Don Th. Jaeger, con?ductors, featuring the cantata "Truth."
LaSalle String Quartet.......Sunday, 2:30, January 20
Schbnberg: Quartet No. 4; Mozart: Quartet in D minor, K. 421; Verdi: Quartet in E minor.
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra.....Sunday, 2:30, January 27
Witold Rowicki, Conductor; Stefania Woytowicz, Soprano
Szymanowski: Concert Overture, Op. 12; Britten: Illuminations, Op. 14; Boguslawski:
Capriccioso notturno; Stravinsky: "Petrouchka"
Carlos BarbosaLima, Guitarist......Saturday, 8:30, February 2
Awaji Puppet Theatre, Japan......Tuesday, 8:30, February 19
Roumanian Trio.........Friday, 8:30, February 22
(Piano, Violin, Cello)
AllBeethoven: Trios, Op. 1, No. 3 in C minor; Op. 70, No. 1 in D major; Op. 97 ("The
Archduke") in Bflat major
Goldovsky Opera Theater (double bill) . . . Saturday, 8:00 February 23
and Sunday, 3:00, February 24 Mozart: "The Impresario" Menotti: "The Old Maid and The Thief"
Luciano Pavarotti, Tenor......Wednesday, 8:30, February 27
Netherlands Wind Ensemble.....Thursday, 8:30, February 28
Gounod: Petite symphonie; Mozart: Serenade, K. 388; D'Indy: Chanson et dances, Op. 50; Dvorak: Serenade, Op. 44
An Evening of Viennese Operetta......Friday, 8:30, March 1
Franz Lehar Orchestra, singers and dancers of the Vienna State Opera and Vienna Volksoper, present "Forever Yours."
Vienna Choir Boys.........Monday, 8:00, March 11
Yehudi Menuhin, Violinist, and
Hephzibah Menuhin, Pianist.....Wednesday, 8:30, March 13
Norwegian National Ballet......Saturday, 8:00, March 16
and Sunday, 3:00 and 8:00, March 17
Romero Quartet, Guitarists......Wednesday, 8:30, March 20
Roumanian Folk Ballet........Friday, 8:00, March 29
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