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UMS Concert Program, July 2, 1974: Juan Serrano --

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Day
2
Month
July
Year
1974
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Concert: First
Complete Series: 3886
Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

The University Musical Society
of
The University of Michigan
Presents
Juan Serrano
Flamenco Guitarist
Tuesday Evening, July 2, 1974, at 8:30 Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM Lidia
A flamenco study by Maestro Serrano dedicated to his daughter.
Zapateado
A dance of intricate and fiery footwork.
Farrucas
Traditional rhythms alterating between bold and tranquil moods.
Tarantos
Songs from Linares and Jaen, used by miners to accompany their work.
Alegrias de Cadiz
Gay and lively flamenco of the city of Cadiz.
Verdiales
A fandango from Malaga--serious and gentle, reflecting the spirit of a people who live by the sea.
Fantasia (Zambra)
Melodies reflecting the Arabic influence around Granada.
Soleares
Sometimes tender, erupting with boundless passion, this is the mother of flamenco.
INTERMISSION
El Emigrante
Variations by Serrano on a song by Serrapi and Valderramas.
Romeras (in C major)
Based on rhythms of Cadiz.
Nostalgia (Guajiras)
Flamenco song based on very complicated alternating 68 and 34 time. The Cuban rhythms of this composition are Maestro Serrano's most recent work.
Fandangos
Dances concluding with freestyle passage that are "hammeredon" entirely with the left hand.
Seguiriyas
Believed to be from Andalucia, this is reminiscent of Jewish music; the dance that is per?formed with it must express the tragedy of despair that has often been the fate of man.
Mantillas de Feria (Esteban de San Lucar) Inspired by Spanish classical music.
Bulerias
Fiery rhythms of Andalucia, in southern Spain.
First Concert "Summer Fare" Concert Series Complete Programs 38S6
CONTINUING "SUMMER FARE"
Anthony Newman, Harpsichordist and Organist, and
The Festival Chorus, Donald Bryant, Conductor . Wednesday, July 10 Bach: Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor; Preludes and Fugues from "The Welltempered Clavier" Book II; Prelude and Fugue in E minor ("The Wedge"). Schubert: Ten songs for men's, women's, and mixed voices.
In Hill Auditorium.
Grant Johannesen, Pianist........Monday, July IS
Bach: Fantasia and Fugue in A minor; Schubert: Sonata in Bflat (posthumous) ; Schumann: Six Intermezzi; Faure: Nocturne in Dflat; Debussy: Two Etudes; Roussel: Bourree.
In Rackham Auditorium.
The Philidor Trio..... .....Tuesday, July 23
Elizabeth Humes, Soprano; Edward Smith, Harpsichord; Shelley Gruskin, Baroque Flute and Recorders.
"Handel and his Rivals"--music by Bononcini, Porpora, Babell, Pepusch, and Handel.
In Rackham Auditorium.
Michel Beroff, Pianist..........Monday, July 29
Ravel: Sonatine, Valses Nobles et Sentimentales; Debussy: "Children's Corner" Suite, Etudes (Book II); Messiaen: Two Preludes, L'AIouette Lulu from "Catalogue d'oiseaux," Nos. S and 10 from "Vingts Regards sur l'enfant Jesus."
In Rackham Auditorium.
All concerts above begin at 8:30; tickets at $5, $4, and $2.50
197475 CONCERT SEASON
Choral Union Series
Ten concerts in this 96th season; including eight outstanding symphony orchestras beginning September 21 with the London Symphony Orchestra ... all in Hill Auditorium.
Great Performers Series "Pianists"
In recital, three worldrenowned giants of the keyboard--Andre Watts, Vladimir Ashkenazy and Emil Gilels, in Hill Auditorium.
Choice Series
Choose a series of four or eight concerts from a roster of fourteen attractions in the Power Center--chamber ensembles, dance (modern, ethnic, ballet), mime, jazz, choral, opera.
Chamber Arts Series
Eight concerts in Rackham Auditorium for this 12th annual series--featuring four string quartets, three varied early music consorts, and a fluteharpsichord recital.
Asian Series
Now entering its fourth year: four concerts of music, dance, drama, and shadow puppets, from Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Bengal, and Pakistan, in Rackham Auditorium.
Brochure available with complete information and order form.
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
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