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UMS Concert Program, February 3, 1977: The Warsaw Quintet --

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Day
3
Month
February
Year
1977
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Concert: Sixth
Complete Series: 4039
Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

The University Musical Society
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The Warsaw Quintet
IGOR IWANOW, Violinist STEFAN KAMASA, Violist
JAN TAWROSZEWICZ, Violinist ANDREZEJ ORKISZ, Cellist WLADYSLAW SZPILMAN, Pianist
Thursday Evening, February 3, 1977 at 8:30 Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM
Quintet in G minor, Op. 57..........Shostakovich
Prelude (lento, poco piu mosso) Fugue (adagio)
Scherzo (allegretto) Intermezzo (lento) Finale (allegretto)
Quintet in F minor.............Franck
Molto moderato quasi lento; allegro Lento, con molto sentimento Allegro non troppo, ma con fuoco
INTERMISSION
Quintet in Eflat major, Op. 44.........Schumann
Allegro brilliante
In modo d'una marcia Scherzo (molto vivace) Allegro ma non troppo
Muza Records.
Sixth Concert Fourteenth Annual Chamber Arts Series Complete Programs 4039
About the Quintet
The Warsaw Quintet was founded in 1960 by five distinguished musicians from Poland whose first concert in Warsaw was such a success that they received invitations not only to perform in their own country but also abroad. A brilliant London debut in 1963 launched the ensemble on an international career, and they have performed numerous times since then in all of the major European music capitals, as well as in Hong Kong, Tokyo, India, United States, Canada, and Mexico.
The Quintet's repertoire includes virtually every major work written for this com?bination of instruments, beginning with Boccherini, through the romantic literature of Brahms, Schumann, Dvorak, and Franck, to twentiethcentury composers such as Shostakovich and Bloch.
The Quintet is making its Ann Arbor debut with tonight's concert.
COMING EVENTS
Jorge Bolet, Pianist..........Saturday, February 5
Haydn: Sonata in Eflat major; Schumann: Carnaval, Op. 9; Brahms: Sonata in F minor, Op. S.
Rajko--Gypsy Orchestra and Dancers.....Sunday, February 6
Leningrad Symphony OrchestraTemirkanov . . . Thursday, February 10 Mozart: Piano Concerto No. IS in Bflat major, K. 450, Eliso Versoladze, Pianist; Shosta?kovich: Symphony No. 7.
Guarneri String Quartet........Saturday, February 19
Beethoven: Op. 18, No. 1 in F major; Op. 74 in Eflat major; Op. 131 in Csharp minor.
Guarneri String Quartet.....(sold out) Sunday, February 20
Alvin Ailey Dance Theater.....Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
February 21, 22, 23
JeanPierre Rampal, Flutist.....(sold out) Friday, February 25
Yamini Krishnamurti, South Indian Dancer .... Monday, February 28
Czech State Orchestra, Brno........Friday, March 4
(replacing Czech Philharmonic)
Janos Starker, Cellist..........Monday, March 14
Masked DanceDrama of Korea......Wednesday, March 16
Detroit Symphony OrchestraChoral UnionSoloists . . Sunday, March 20 Aldo Ccccato conducts Beethoven's "Missa Solemnis"; Benita Valente, Soprano; Elaine Bonazzi, Contralto; Scth McCoy, Tenor; Ara Berberian, Bass. Frans Brueggen, Flute & Recorder .... (sold out) Tuesday, March 22
Yugoslav National Folk Ballet.......Thursday, March 24
Osipov Balalaika Orchestra........Saturday, March 26
Third Annual Benefit Concert........Friday, April IS
Guarneri String Quartet........Saturday & Sunday,
April 16 & 17
May Festival
Four concerts -April 27, 28, 29, 30
The Philadelphia Orchestra Eugene Ormandy, Conductor The Festival Chorus Jindrich Rohan, Conductor Gary Graffman, Pianist Norman Carol, Violinist
Jerome Hines, Basso Martina Arroyo, Soprano
Wednesday: AllRachmaninoff: "The Isle of the Dead"; Piano Concerto No. 2 (Graffman); Sym?phonic Dances.
Thursday: Wagner: Overture to Die Meistersinger von Niirnberg; Bruch: Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor (Carol) ; Shostakovich: Symphony No. S.
Friday: Smetana: "From Bohemia's Meadows and Groves"; Mussorgsky: Excerpts from Boris Godunov; Boito: Prologue to Mefistofele (Hincs and Festival Chorus).
Saturday: Beethoven: Symphony No. 2 in D major; Barber: Andromache's Farewell; Verdi: "Pace, pace, mio Dio" from La Forza del destino (Arroyo) ; Ravel: "Daphnis et Chloe" Suite No. 2.
Series of four concerts: $38, $28, $20, $16, and $12; orders now being accepted.
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