Complete Series: 4010
Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
The University Musical Society
The liivmilv of Nicbigan
The Baroque Music Masters
JUDITH NORELL, Director
Shelly Gruskin, baroque flute and recorders Mary Springfels, viola da gamba and treble viol Judith Norell, harpsichord
Wednesday Evening, October 20, 1976, at 8:30 Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Trio Sonata in G minor for recorder, treble viol,
Soave ma non adagio, vivace, largo, allegro
Ballo alia Polacha et Suo Saltarello for harpsichord .
Sonata in C major for alto recorder and
figured bass (Op. l,No. 7)......
Larghetto, allegro, Iarghetto, a tempo di gavotte, allegro
The Gall Stone Operation, for narrator, viola da gamba, and continuo..........
Georg Philipp Telemann (16811767)
. Giovanni Picchi (17th century)
George Frederick Handel (16851759)
Trio Sonata in D major for flute, viola da gamba, and continuo........
The BirdFancier's Delite--Suite for sopranino recorder
Sonata No. 1 in G major for viola da gamba and
Adagio, allegro ma non troppo, andante, allegro moderato
Four Sonatas for Harpsichord......
Pieces de Clavecin en Concert No. 3 en La, pour clavecin avec une flute et une viole......
La La Popliniere
La Timide (2 rondeaux gracieux) Tambourin (2 rondeaux)
Marin Marais (16561728)
JeanMarie Leclair (16971764)
Johann Sebastian Bach (16851750)
. Domenico Scarlatti (16851764)
Jean Philippe Rameau (16851764)
Fourteenth Annual Chamber Arts Scries
Complete Programs 4010
About the Artists
Judith Norell (director, harpsichord) recently returned to New York after three years as harpsichordist of the Kennedy Center Orchestra, and the Opera Society of Washington. While there, as well as traveling throughout the United States in solo recitals, she made her conducting debut in January of 197S at Catholic University. A graduate of Swarthmore College and the Israel Academy of Music in Jerusalem, Israel, she completed her harpsichord studies and earned her master's degree at Juilliard, studying with Albert Fuller. She has been harpsichordistinresidence at both the Aspen and Tanglewood Music Festivals, and has played with many orchestras. She recently performed the Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 of Bach at Kennedy Center, and recorded for the BBC in London.
Shelley Gruskin (baroque flute, recorder) is a native of New York and re?ceived his Bachelor of Music degree from the Eastman School of Music, where he studied flute with Joseph Mariano. After two years with the Rochester Philharmonic and a season with the NBC Opera Orchestra, he turned his attention to early music and instruments. He has taught at the New England Conservatory, and was a member of the New York Pro Musica for twelve years. He is currently on the faculties of Queens College and the Hartt College of Music.
Mary Springfels (viola da gamba) is a native of California and taught viola da gamba at her alma mater, UCLA, before joining the New York Pro Musica in 1968. She has performed with the Elizabethan Enterprise, the Philidor Trio, and has toured Belgium and Bulgaria with the Ensemble Polyphonique. Ms. Springfels has also par?ticipated in workshops and demonstrations at many universities, including Yale, Stanford, Case Western Reserve, and the University of West Virginia.
David A. Sutherland is the maker of the harpsichord used in tonight's concert. It is owned by Warren Steel.
In conjunction with their Ann Arbor concert, the Baroque Music Masters held a master class at 4:00 this afternoon for music students, under the sponsorship of the School of Music.
Martial Arts of Kabuki.....
Spanish National Folk Ballet . Orchestre de ParisBarenboim
Julian Bream, Guitarist.....
Justino Diaz, Bass......
Guarneri String Quartet.....
Guarneri String Quartet.....
Ruth Laredo, Pianist......
Victor Herbert's Naughty Marietta
London Philharmonic OrchestraHaitink
Elly Ameling, Soprano.....
Aeolian Chamber Players ....
Thursday, October 21
Monday, October 25
Wednesday, October 27
Sunday, October 31
Monday, November 1
(sold out) Friday, November 5
. Saturday, November 6
Saturday, November 6
. Sunday, November 7
Friday & Saturday,
November 12 & 13
Sunday, November 14
Tuesday, November 16
Saturday, November 20
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