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UMS Concert Program, April 7, 1978: Jessye Norman -- University Of Michigan Symphony Orchestra

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Day
7
Month
April
Year
1978
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University Musical Society
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Complete Series: 4122
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

The University Musical Society
The University of Michigan
Presents
Jessye Norman
Soprano
University of Michigan Symphony Orchestra
GUSTAV MEIER, Conductor
Friday Evening, April 7, 1978, at 8:30 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM
Overture to The Abduction jrom the Seraglio.......Mozart
Concert Recitative: "Ch'io mi scordi di te" and
Aria: "Non temer, amato bene," K. 505.......Mozart
That I should forget you! My life would be worse than death. Rather than give my affection to another, I die of grief.
Do not fear, my beloved! My love will always be for you. Is such torment to be suffered by a faithful heart Do not fear.
Jessye Norman Phillip Moll, Pianist
Suite from The Firebird (1919 version).......Stravinsky
Introduction; the Firebird and Her Dance Berceuse Dance of the Princesses Finale
Infernal Dance of Kastchei
INTERMISSION
Overture to The Flying Dutchman.........Wagner
Prelude and Love Death from Tristan and Isolde......Wagner
Miss Norman
Miss Norman: Philips and Odeon Records.
Fourth Annual Benefit Concert for the
University Musical Society and University School of Music Complete Programs 4122
This year's Benefit Concert introduces an unique feature--Jessye Norman, a former student at the University School of Music, takes time from her busy inter?national concert schedule to return to Hill Auditorium's stage and generously donate her talent for the musical enrichment of students and concertgoers alike. The Univer?sity Symphony Orchestra, a significant part of Ann Arbor's concert life since 1880, and Gustav Meier, its conductor since 1976, complete this evening's collaboration, the proceeds of which will be shared equally by the University Musical Society and the School of Music.
We are deeply appreciative of the contributions being made by tonight's artists and those in years preceding--Mstislav Rostropovich, Yehudi Menuhin, Gyorgy Sandor, and Eugene Ormandy--and to responsive concertgoers for their enthusiastic support.
THE UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Gustav Meier, Conductor
Violin I George Marsh, concertmaster Daniel Foster Joan Christenson MiHee Chung Jill Riethmillcr Maria Smith Elizabeth Child Magdalen Heilbronn Cindy Stutt Camille Ameriguian Charles Roth Linda Bischak Gabriela Klassen Barbara Whale Mary Porter
Violin II David Gable,
principal Diane Bischak Joni N'ieman Alison Xeuleld Laura Ross Eric Hansen Mary Fichera Hal Grossman Scott Staidle Alexander Ross Xeel French Meredith Sachs Karen Damerau Elizabeth Stein
Viola Margaret Lang,
principal
Gail Van Aernum Scott Woolwcavcr Theresa Rohlck Loretta Castor Nancy Yagiela Phillip Stoll Robin Hamsher Becky Brehm David Libcngood
Violoncello Luis Biava, principal Mark Brandfonbrener
Karen Sumner Jeffrey Butler Lennie La Guire Paul Wingert David Moulton Cynthia Bloom Kathey Everson Cathy Mortenson Mitchell Lawrence
Double Bass Katherine Garrett,
principal Keith Post Erik Dyke Paul Nagelberg Tim Meyer Keith Orr Craig Nelson Jan Thorwaldsen Derrick Tietz Dore Schupack
Flute
Chester Burke
Linda Ganus
Susan Pilla
Joyce Anne Simonson
Kim Jeanette Teal
Oboe
Diane Dickson Cynthia Green Elaine Guregian David Lauth
Clarinet
Forest Campbell Richard Kaplan William Somers Robert Spring Michael Votta
Bassoon Barbara Byrnes Anita Chapin Carol Gillie Bruce Lupp Mark Romatz
French Horn Larry Brunell Gillian Dockrill
E. Michael Fchrman Richard Goldfaden Louis Stout, Jr. Alan Taplin Corbin Wagner Lauren Zaccarelli
Trumpet
Greg Dannenbring Miles Davis John Eick Robert Grim Alan Siebert
Trombone
Barry Cone Larry Weed Kenneth Houser Richard Koshgarian
Tuba
Steve Seward Leonard Swanson
Percussion
James Lancioni Bruce Netherton Larry Rachleff Doug Walter James Galvic
Harp
Melody Knoper Jansen Susan Saurwein Mark Brewer
Celeste
Robert Conway
Managers
Brenda Xienhouse Larry Reynolds
Librarians
John Fcnton Richard Koshgarian
Equipment
Keith Post David Reyes

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