Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Jury's Irish Cabaret of Dublin
Chris Curran, Narrator and Storyteller Tony Kenny and Yvonne Brennan, Singers
Chisel -A Ballad Group Tom Maher Brendan Savage John Madden
Jury's Harpists and Singers
Rosemary Simmons Gina Mackey Sally Joyce
Ciara Whelan Helen O'Sullivan Elaine Marren
Rosemary Horan Noreen Monahan
Fionnuala Monks, Singer and Harpist Jacinta Whyte, Singer Fionnuala Crehan, Violinist
Inis Ealga Dancers
Marie Moore Pauline Kavanagh Aedin Ni Aodha Aaron Crosbie Garry Fox
Albcrt Healy, Music Director
Alice Dalgarno, Choreographer Matt O'Maoileidigh, Irish Dancing Director John Heron, Stage Manager Jim Potter, Producer and Director
Friday Evening, March 16, 1984, at 8:30 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Thelma Ramsey, in a musical "ccad mile failtc," a hundred thousand welcomes.
Irish Molly -An Irish Sweetheart.
Do You Want Your Old Lobby Washed Down -An old "comc-all-yc" of a churlish landlord and a coquettish tenant.
Coortin' in the Kitchen -An old Irish pastime.
Due to illness, Albert Healy has been replaced by Thelma Ramsey. Born in County Antrim, Thelma Ramsey has performed on the variety stage in most of the major theatres of Great Britain and Europe, and has been musical director at the Gaiety Theatre Dublin for the past twenty years.
Fortieth Concert of the 105th Season Special Concert
If I Were a Blackbird-A sad song of unrequited love.
The best in Irish dancing
The Inis Ealga Dancers
Mary from Dungloe-A haunting ballad from Old Donegal.
Tony Kenny and Chisel
A little bit of rowdy-dow
A Bunch of Thyme -A song of innocent young love.
A medley of songs set in Dublin's fair city: Wfiiskey on a Sunday
My Dublin Bay
Cockles & Mussels
Tony Kenny and The Company
Off to Dublin
Chuis Curran joins Thelma Ramsey in a musical tribute not unconnected with the U.S. Navy.
A little drollery from County Cork
O Ce He Seo -An Irish lullaby which translated means "O who is this little baby lying so softly in my arms"
The Spanish Lady -An old Dublin street ballad.
Fionnuala Monks and Jury's Harpists and Singers
Some homely humor from Chris Curran
Avotidale-A plaintive tribute to the uncrowned king of Ireland, Charles Stewart Parnell.
A reel, a jig, and a hornpipe
The Inis Ealga Dancers, accompanied by Chisel
The tear and the smile
Whistlin' Phil McHugh and The Last Rose of Summer
Two great Irish musical figures, Percy French and Thomas Moore interpreted by:
To make you chuckle
Songs of Ireland -merry, melancholy, magical.
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
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