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UMS Concert Program, October 11, 1974: The Festival Chorus Of The University Choral Union -- Donald Bryant

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Day
11
Month
October
Year
1974
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Complete Series: 3895
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

The University Musical Society
of
The University of Michigan
Presents
The Festival Chorus of the University Choral Union
DONALD BRYANT, Conductor
Jeanette Brock, Soprano Sally Carpenter, Contralto
Conrad Miller, Tenor Stephen Bryant, Baritone
The Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra
EDWARD SZABO, Conductor
Soloists EUGENE BOSSART and CHARLES FISHER, Duo Pianists
Friday, October 11, 1974, at 8:30 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM
Mass in Aflat major, No. 5...........Schubert
Kyrie Sanctus
Gloria Benedictus
Credo Agnus Dei
Festival Chorus, Orchestra, and Soloists Donald Bryant, Conducting
INTERMISSION
Concerto No. 10 in Eflat major for Two Pianos and Orchestra, K. 365 . . Mozart
Allegro Andante
Rondo: allegro
Concerto in D minor for Two Pianos and Orchestra.....Poulenc
Allegro ma non troppo Larghetto Finale: allegro molto
Eugene Bossart and Charles Fisher Edward Szabo, Conducting
Special Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Concert Complete Programs 3895
Mass in Aflat major, No. 5...........Schubert
Kyrie
Lord, have mercy upon us, Christ, have mercy upon us, Lord, have mercy upon us.
Gloria
Glory be to God on high,
and on earth, peace to men
of good will,
We praise thee, we bless thee, we adore thee
we glorify thee,
We give thanks to thee
for thy great glory,
Lord God, heavenly king,
Father almighty, Lord
the onlybegotten son, Jesus Christ,
Lord God, Lamb of God,
Son of the Father,
Who takcst away the sins of the world,
have mercy upon us,
[receive our prayer,
Who sittcth at the right hand of the
Father, have mercy on us,]
For thou only art holy,
thou only art the Lord,
I In in only arc the most high, I Jesus Christ,]
with the Holy Ghost in
the glory of God the Father. Amen.
Credo
I believe in one God,
Father Almighty,
maker of heaven and earth,
and of all things visible
and invisible,
[And] in one Lord, Jesus Christ,
the onlybegotten Son of God,
[born] of the Father
before all ages,
God of God, light of light,
Very God of Very God,
begotten, not made,
of one substance with the Father,
by whom all things were made,
Who for us men
and [for] our salvation
came down from heaven.
And became incarnate
by the Holy Ghost
of the Virgin Mary
and was made man,
And was crucified also for us
under Pontius Pilate,
suffered and was buried,
And the third day he rose again,
according to the scriptures,
and ascended into heaven,
and sitteth on the right of the Father,
and he shall come again
with glory
to judge the living and the dead,
whose kingdom shall have no end.
And in the Holy Ghost,
the lord and lifegiver
who proceedeth from the Father and the Son,
who with the Father and the Son
together is adored and glorified,
who spake by the prophets,
[And in one holy catholic
and apostolic Church,!
I acknowledge one baptism
for the remission of sins,
[And I expect the resurrection]
of the dead,
and the life of the world to come,
Amen.
Sanctus
Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of hosts,
heaven and earth are full of Thy glory. Hosanna in the highest.
Benedictus
Blessed is he who cometh in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest.
Agnus Dei
Lamb of God,
who takest away the sins of the world,
have mercy upon us,
give us peace.
Concerto No. 10 in Eflat for Two Pianos and Orchestra, K. 365 ... Mozart
In this melodious and gay concerto there h no intention of making the two instruments in?dependent. The players emulate each other in the delivery of melodic passages, together or in suc?cession. Sometimes they are merely repeated, sometimes varied, but all equally distributed. Through?out, the contrast between the two solo instruments is very clear. Whether in the "mechanical gaity" of the first movement (Allegro); in the quiet beauty of the second (Andante) with its extended cantilena; or in the onward rush of merriment in the last (Rondo, allegro), where the orchestra assumes a position of major importance without giving up its concerlanle function, all is clear, precise, logical, and eternally refreshing.
Concerto in D minor for Two Pianos and Orchestra.....Poulenc
Francis Poulenc's Concerto jor Two Pianos and Orchestra ended an era in modern French music. The work was written in 1932 for the drawing room concerts of Princcsse Edmond de Polignac. A work whose charm lies in its wit, its grace, and its delicacy scarcely calls for analysis. One thing to be noted is the consistently percussive texture of the piano parts. The neoclassicism of the 1920s discovered that the piano is an instrument of percussion, and it made the most of that discovery.
THE FESTIVAL CHORUS Donald Bryant, Conductor Nancy Hodge, Accompanist
First Soprano
Edith Bookstein Karen Brown Elaine Cox Phyllis Denner Linda Fenelon Estelle Fox Gladys Hanson Joanne Hoover Sigrid Johnson Ann Keeler Karen Klepack Vicki Kuhn Kathleen Molony Beth Pack Mary Ann Sincock Norma Ware
Second Sopranos
Tracy Allen Ann Barden Kathy Berry Doris Datsko Laurie Greig Mary Hiraga Pat Hodgeson Alice Horning Janisse Lifton Frances Lyman Vicki Porter Virginia Reese Carolyn Richards
Ruth Terry Patricia Tompkins
First Altos
Judith Adams Lola Black Marion Brown Lael Cappaert Carol Dick Robin Frecdman Kathy Greene Ellen Gross Nancy Karp Joann Kratzmiller Nancy Keppclman Geraldine Koupal Kirsten LieU Lois Nelson Carren Sandall Beth Weidman Christine Wendt Charlotte Wolfe
Second Altos
Sandra Anderson Ellen Armstrong Majorie Baird Mary Haab Joan Hawerty Kathy Klykylo Elsie Lovelace Linda Ray Beverly Roeger
Carol Spenser Katie Stebbins Nancy Williams Johanna Wilson
First Tenors
Alan Cochrane Timothy Dombrowski Robert Dominc Marshall Franke Myron Gross Marshall Grimm Stephen Krupa Paul Lowry Robert MacGregor Dennis Mitchell Robert Sauser Marc Setzer Arthur Vidrich
Second Tenors
Martin Barrett Jeff Halpern Donald Haworth Thomas Hmay Robert Johnson Dwight Klettke Phil Smith Michael Snabes Michael Verschaeve William Webb John Rockwood
First Basses Viktors Berstis Fred Bookstein Frank Couvares Robert Damashek John Dietrich Walter Evans Thomas Haegerty Edgar Hamilton Jeff Haynes K. John Jarrett Gary Ketterman Klair Kissel Tom Mathison Steven Olson Steve Thorburg Thomas Strode Roger Sweet Riley Williams
Second Basses Gabriel Chin Aaron Ellis David Gross Phil Pierson John Rexford Paul Robinson George Rosenwald Ray Schankin Helmut Schick Wallace Schonschack Thomas Sommerfeld Terril Tompkins John Van Bolt
ANN ARBOR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Edward Szabo, Music Director and Conductor
Violin William Hunt
conccrtmastcr Geri Tata Arnold Leah Atwater Francia liirdsall David Ulakley Gloria Chen Paul Cloke Peter Dabos Kathryn Galan Ernestine Goodwin Susan Gunning Mary Ellen Hall Caralee Hoffmeyer Karen Krahmalkov Ted Ladewski Eugene Mengel Justin Leonard Ellen Pannitch Joan Scott Yvonne Shufelt Svend Siune Paul Summers Alice Tite Anna Tsang Deborah Vachon
Viola
Carolyn Tarzia
principal
Chandra Antonelli Jane Bradshaw Linda Calkins Suzanne DeVries Donna Lachniet Louis Orlin Mary Polopolos Cathy Simon
Cello
Margaret Wright
principal Laurie Cole Kmerson Hoyt Ervin HollandMoritz Gloria Pfcif Emily Plishner Reda Santinga Ruth Summers Diane Toth Patti Waller Margaret Waltz Ellen Weatherbee
Double Bass Nancy Denda
principal Harold Hall Sharon MacBridc Raymond Nusca Gregg Powell
Flute and Piccolo N'ancy Waring Rosalie Edwards Karen Layser
Oboe and English Horn William Sneddon Joan Parris
Clarinet Kay Rowe Susan Alexander
Bassoon Robert Quayle Peter Elie
Horn
Kathryn Beam I'.ccky Ware
Trumpet Hurley Robbins Charles Larkins, Jr.
Trombone Robert Vriesman J. R. Smith Myron Yules
Tub a
Janice Staskiewicz
Timpani and Percussion Clifford Chapman
Manager
Susan Alexander
Librarian Anna Tsang
The University Musical Society sponsors this concert in recognition of Ann Arbor's yearlong sesquicentennial celebration. The Society's Festival Chorus, composed of townspeople and students from the University Choral Union (founded in 1879), the city's symphony orchestra (founded in 1928), and two of the University School of Music faculty pianists, together perform this special commemorative program.
INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS197475
Choral Union Series Hill Auditorium
Warsaw National Orchestra.......Thursday, October 17
Gewandhaus Orchestra from Leipzig.....Wednesday, October 23
Soviet Georgian Dancers and
Tbilisi Polyphonic Choir...... Sunday, November 24
Great Performers Series -"Pianists" Hill Auditorium Andre Watts...........Wednesday, October 16
Two Added Attractions Hill Auditorium
Festival Chorus and Ann Arbor Symphony .... Friday, October 11 National Chinese Opera Theatre......Sunday, November 10
Choice Series Power Center
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater . . . Friday, Saturday, Sunday,
October 18, 19 & 20
Gregg Smith Singers.........Tuesday, October 22
Pennsylvania Ballet.........Saturday and Sunday,
October 26 & 27
Slask, Folk Company from Poland.....Wednesday, October 30
Jaques Loussier Trio, Jazzmen "Play Bach" . . . Saturday, November 2 Carlos Montoya, Flamenco Guitarist.....Tuesday, November 19
Chamber Arts Series Rackham Auditorium
Esterhazy String Quartet.......Thursday, October 24
Cleveland String Quartet......Wednesday, November 13
Juilliard String Quartet........Tuesday, December 3
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
Burton Memorial Tower, Ann Arbor, Michigan Phone 6653717

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