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UMS Concert Program, July 16, 1975: Barbara Cook, Broadway Star -- Wally Harper

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Day
16
Month
July
Year
1975
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Concert: Third
Complete Series: 3950
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

The University Musical Society
of
The University of Michigan
Presents
Barbara Cook, Broadway star
Wally Harper, Accompanist and
The Festival Chorus
of the University Choral Union Donald Bryant, Conductor
Wednesday Evening, July 16, 1975, at 8:30 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM
Selections by Barbara Cook, with Wally Harper
American Folk Songs
I wonder as I wander--Appalachian.......arr. Donald Bryant
Little Bird--Children's Play Song........arr. Gail Kubik
He's gone away--Southern.........arr. Robert Shaw
Tee roo--Southern ...........arr. Gail Kubik
Negro Spirituals
My Lord, what a mornin'.........arr. Donald Bryant
Same train.............arr. Robert Shaw
Deep River.............arr. Donald Bryant
Roll, chariot, roll............arr. Noble Cain
The Festival Chorus Donald Bryant, Conducting from the piano
INTERMISSION
Selections by Miss Cook, with Mr. Harper
"Getting to know you" from The King and I.....Richard Rodgers
arr. Donald Bryant Finale: "Make your garden grow" from Candida .... Leonard Bernstein
Miss Cook and The Festival Chorus Mr. Bryant, Conducting Mr. Harper, Accompanist
Miss Cook available on Columbia Records.
Third Concert Second Annual "Summer Fare" Series Complete Programs 39S0
THE FESTIVAL CHORUS
Donald Bryant, Conductor Nancy Hodge Accompanist
First Sopranos Lucy Bjorklund Jeanne Bowman Trudy Bradley Karen Brown Julia Conwell,
soloist Elaine Cox Phyllis Denner Estelle Fox Gladys Hanson Joanne Hoover Ann Keeler Alice Schneider Mary Ann Sincock Beth Smeltekop Irene Taylor Noima Ware Winnie Willis
Second Sopranos Gloria Almuti Ann Barden Kathy Berry Barbara Carron Mary Hiraga Pat Hodgson Alice Horning Pat Klettke Linda Marra,
soloist
Carolyn Pratt Virginia Reese Carolyn Richards Sue Schluederberg Pat Tompkins Christine Wendt
First Altos Judith Adams
Alice Cambron Lael Cappacrt Sally Carpenter Kathryn Greene Meredy Gockel Norma Hofmeister Nancy Karp Nancy Keppelman Geraldine Koupal Kirsten Lietz Lois Nelson Lydia Partlow Charlotte Wolfe
Second Altos
Ellen Armstrong Marjorie Baird Sandra Festian Mary Haab Joan Hagerty Dana Hull Kathy Klykylo Elsie Lovelace Linda Ray Beverly Roeger Anita Scherzer Carol Spencer Nancy Williams
First Tenors
Kenneth Dodd,
soloist
Marshall Franke Marshall Grimm Myron Gross Paul Lowry Robert MacGregor Dennis Mitchell Rockwell Scherzer
Second Tenors
Martin Barrett John Etswciler Merle Galbraith Donald Haworth Thomas Hmay Robert Johnson Dwight Klettke
First Basses
Viktors Berstis William Bowman Robert Damashek Robert Dover Thomas Hagerty Edgar Hamilton John Jarrett Gary Ketterman,
soloist Klair Kissel Steven Olson Thomas Postema Dennis Powers Roger Smeltekop
Second Basses
John Dietrich Kevin Karkau David Loehr Phil Pierson Gregg Powell Paul Robinson Raymond Schankin Wallace Schonschack Thomas Sommerfeld Robert Strozier Terril Tompkins John Van Bolt
CONTINUING "SUMMER FARE"
Igor Kipnis, Harpsichordist.........Wednesday, July 23
Anonymous: Three early 16th century Italian pieces: Handel: Suite No. S in E major; Sweelinck: Toccata in G minor, Ballo del granduca, Fantasia Chromatica; Dussek: The Sufferings of the Queen of France; Bach: Partita No. 3 in A minor; Soler: Fandango.
In Rackham Auditorium. Judith Blegen, Soprano..........Thursday, July 31
Handel: "Care selve" from Atalanta, and "O had I Jubal's Lyre" from Joshua; Schubert: Auf dem Wasser zu singen, Du bist die Ruh, Die Forelle; Strauss: Ich schwebe, Heimkehr, Schlagende Hcrzen; Massenet: "Adieu, notre petite table" from Manon; Gounod: "Je veux vivre" from Romeo el Juliette; Ives: Feldeinsamkeit, Canon, Mists, New River, Serenity; Milhaud: Chansons de Ronsard.
In Rackham Auditorium. Concerts begin at 8:30; tickets at $6, $5, and $3.
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
Burton Memorial Tower, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 Phones: 6653717, 7642538

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