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Season: 113th
Concert: Second
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
MURRAY PERAHIA
Pianist and Leader
ORPHEUS CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Thursday Evening, October 3, 1991, at 8:00 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Celebrating the Mozart Bicentennial
PROGRAM
Concerto No. 11 in F major for Piano and Orchestra, K. 413 (K. 387a) Allegro Larghetto Tempo di menuetto
Concerto No. 25 in C major for Piano and Orchestra, K. 503 Allegro maestoso Andante Allegretto
INTERMISSION
Concerto No. 22 in E-flat major for Piano and Orchestra, K. 482 Allegro Andante Allegro
Murray Perahia plays the Steinway piano available through Hammell Music, Inc., Livonia.
Mr. Perahia is represented by Frank Salomon Associates, New York City.
The Orpheus Chamber Orchestra records exclusively for Deutsche Grammophon; Mr. Perahia records fur
Sony Classical.
This concert is made possible in part by public funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The box office in the outer lobby is open during intermission for tickets to upcoming Musical Society concerts.
Second Concert of the 113th Season
113th Annual Choral Union Series
Program Notes
Piano Concertos of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Concerto No. 11 in F major, K. 413
Composed in 1782-83
When Mozart resigned from his Salzburg post in the musical establishment of Archbishop Colloredo in 1781 to move to Vienna, he anticipated making his living as a free?lance pianist, composer, and teacher. He outlined his plan in a letter to his father in January 1782: "1 have three pupils now, which brings me in some eighteen ducats a month ... I really need only one more, because four pupils are quite enough. With the income, a man and his wife can manage in Vienna if they live quietly and in the retired way which we desire; but, of course, if I were to fall ill, we should not make a farthing. I can write, it is true, at least one opera a year, give a concert annually, and have some things engraved and published by subscription. There are other concerts too where one can make money, particularly if one has been living in a place for a long time and has a good reputation."
The pupils, commissions, and concerts did materialize soon after his arrival, and he felt confident enough about the future to marry Constanze Weber the following Au?gust. She was expecting within a month -the first of a series of almost constant pregnancies during the nine years of their marriage that nearly ruined her health for good and Mozart soon had to incorporate supporting a growing family into his career plans.
In autumn 1782, he began planning his concerts for the following Lenten season. (Opera was forbidden in Catholic Austria during Lent, and early spring was the only time of the year when auditoriums were free for instrumental concerts.) By December, he was at work on a series of three new concertos, his first compositions after moving to Vienna. That he was concerned they should satisfy the popular Viennese taste for pleasant diversion while possessing something of deeper musical value is evidenced by his famous letter of December 28th to his father: "These concer?tos are a happy medium between what is too easy and too difficult; they are very brilliant,
pleasing to the ear, and natural, without being vapid. There are passages here and there from which connoisseurs alone can derive satisfaction; but these passages are written in such a way that the less learned cannot fail to be pleased, though without knowing why."
There is further evidence that he took care to please a wide audience with the three new concertos (K. 413, 414, 415): in addition to their easily accessible musical style, their orchestration was devised so that the wind parts were expendable, thereby making these works performable by as small an ensemble as a string quartet. In this form -as chamber music for the home he offered them in manuscript score for public subscription early in 1783. Artaria published the three concer?tos in March 1785.
The orchestra presents the two princi?pal themes of the opening movement of the F-major Concerto (K. 413), one of only three among the piano concertos in triple meter (K. 459 and K. 491 are the others): a main subject comprising a repeated-note gesture followed by a quick tumble down the scale; and a complementary melody, based on a rising figure with a trill, in the nature of a gently lilting dance. The soloist enters and takes over the main theme to provide a bridge to the elaborated repetition of the melodies. The central section of the movement treats the second theme in various transformations be?fore moving on to some purely decorative passagework for the soloist. The earlier mo?tives return in the recapitulation before the pianist takes a solo turn in the cadenza. (Mozart's cadenzas for this concerto survive in a manuscript copied in Papa Leopold's hand.)
The lovely binary-form song of the Larghetto (the only movement in which bas?soons join the little wind band of oboes and horns) is music of peerless grace and unruffled contentment such as could have been au?thored by no composer other than Mozart. The finale, a rondo in the style of a minuet, is a perfect example of Mozart's ability to write music that would please both the general public (with its infectious dance rhythms and pervasive amiability) and the connoisseurs (with the elegant contrary-motion counter-
point of its main theme and the sophistication of its form). "The whole work makes a singularly satisfying whole," wrote Philip Radcliffe, "its modest dimensions being well suited to its quiet demeanor. In its own way, this is one of Mozart's most perfect works."
Concerto No. 25 in C major, K. 503
Composed in 1786
By the end of 1786, the time of the majestic C-major Concerto (K. 503), Mozart had begun the de?cline into illness, debt, and over?work that would cut his life short at the age of only 35. He was beginning to dread the knock on the door for fear of finding a bill collector there; he was having difficulty meeting the rental cost of his apartment on Schulerstrasse; his family medical bills were piling up; a new son, Johann Thomas Leo?pold, was born October 18th and died less than a month later; and the revenues from The Marriage of Figaro, on which he had placed such great hope, were disappointing, his opera virtually driven from the Viennese stage by the popularity of Martin y Soler's Una cosa rara. Mozart considered moving to England to try to better his fortunes, but was frustrated in this venture by his tattered financial situation and the refusal of his father to take care of his son Karl in Salzburg. (Papa Leopold was still miffed at Wolfgang's choice of a marriage partner, besides which he, a widower, was already in charge at that time of another grandchild, NannerPs son Leo?pold.)
Having made a sensation when he moved to Vienna only five years before, much of Mozart's public slipped away during the months of 1786, confused and put off by the disturbing depth of expression in his recent works. Still, Mozart persisted in writing as he wanted, perhaps escaping from the pain of his personal life and the demands of the fickle crowd through his compositions. Some of his greatest works date from this year: Figaro, The Impresario, the K. 496 and K. 502 Piano Trios, the Clarinet Trio (K. 498), the Sym?phony No. 38 ("Prague"), and three surpass?ing Piano Concertos (K. 488, 491, and 503). Mozart entered the Concerto No. 25 (K. 503) into his list of compositions on December 4, 1786, only two days before he completed the "Prague" Symphony. The Concerto was probably written for his own
use at one of the Advent concerts he had scheduled at the Trattner Casino in Vienna, though there is no documentation that these programs, despite careful planning, ever took place. The date of the premiere, therefore, remains uncertain. This work was the last of the series of piano concertos Mozart com?posed in Vienna to play at his public concerts. (After 1786 he could no longer enlist enough subscribers to finance his own programs, so the need for concerted works to display his keyboard skills largely disappeared.) The Concerto No. 25 was played on a concert at the Karntnertor Theater in March 1787 by the young Viennese pianist Marianne Willmann, and again by the composer at a Leipzig performance for his own benefit in 1789. After that, it was largely forgotten. Unpublished in his lifetime, a poor edition was issued at her own expense by Mozart's widow Constanze in 1798, with a dedication to the music-loving Hohenzollern Prince Louis Ferdinand in the vain hope of arousing his interest in her late husband's works. It was heard in New York in 1865, but perhaps not played again in the United States until a Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra perfor?mance of 1942. More surprising still is that George Szell and Artur Schnabel, when they collaborated on presenting the Concerto in Vienna in 1934, could find no record of a performance of the piece in that city since Mozart's time.
Despite its relative neglect over the years, the Concerto No. 25 must be counted among Mozart's masterpieces. Sir Donald Tovey chose it for analysis as the principle example in his influential article of 1903 on "The Classical Concerto," an essay that led to the re-evaluation of the greatest examples of the concerto literature as the aesthetic peers of the symphony. Tovey ranked this Concerto with the "Jupiter" Symphony in its "triumphant majesty and contrapuntal dis?play." H. C. Robbins Landon, the noted authority on eighteenth-century music, wrote that this composition is "the most perfect example of Mozart's fusion of the concerto with Haydn's principles of thematic and mo-tivic work. ... In K. 503, Mozart reached the ideal he had so long striven after."
The Concerto opens with a sense of spaciousness and grandeur unsurpassed in eighteenth-century music. The bright nobil?ity of the prevailing C-major tonality is fre?quently clouded, however, by brief excursions
into darker harmonic areas as the thematic material is presented exactly the quality of expanded expression that so perplexed the Viennese public of Mozart's time. A succinct motive of four short repeated notes appears in the violins soon after the beginning and serves as the thematic kernel from which much of the movement grows. The soloist's entrance bridges to the repeat of the principal themes from the orchestral introduction with elaborations from the piano. (Many perform?ers rank this as Mozart's most difficult con?certo to play.) The richly textured development section (Tovey found eight si?multaneous parts in one passage) is built largely from the repeated-note motive pre?sented in the Concerto's opening measures. The recapitulation offers Mozart yet another opportunity to enrich the movement's themes in the suave, unerring manner that vivifies his best works.
The graceful opening theme sets the mood for the entire second movement, a fully worked-out sonataconcerto form in slow tempo, with the soloist providing precisely the right amount of decorative embellishment as the music unfolds. The theme of the finale is an almost literal copy of a gavotte in the ballet music of Mozart's 1781 opera, Idomeneo, which he was considering revising in 1786. The movement retains the sparkling quality usually associated with its rondo form, while adding to it a certain seriousness of thought that was such an integral component of Mozart's compositional language in the works of his later years.
Concerto No. 22 in ]flat major, K. 482
Composed in 1785
There were some 400 professional instrumentalists in Vienna in 1785, all struggling with those perennial problems of making a living and providing for a family. As long as a player's health held out, he could make an adequate living, but when sickness or death intervened, his family usually found themselves in dire straits. To help the be?reaved relatives of their companions, the Viennese performers established a "musician's society," one important function of which was to finance its pension and widow's relief fund through frequent benefit concerts. These Pension Concerts of the Tonkiinstler Societal were a regular fixture of musical life
in the Habsburg capital, and most of the musicians in town were, understandably, more than eager to take part and donate their services for the evening. Many new works were introduced at these events during the late eighteenthand nineteenth centuries, and it was at such a function that Mozart first displayed his E-flat Concerto. Though the work was originally intended for Mozart's own subscription concerts of 1786, he will?ingly agreed to unveil it at the Society's benefit concert the preceding December.
Mozart's life was hectic during the win?ter of 1785-1786. He completed the E-flat Concerto on December 16th, just four days after putting the finishing touches on the Violin Sonata, K. 481. He had recently received a commission from Emperor Joseph II for a musical diversion (The Impresario) to be given at the orangerie of the Schonbrunn Palace in February, and was making revisions and additions to ldomeneo for a revival of that opera in March. Work on numerous chamber and vocal pieces was also squeezed into his schedule, as was the tutelage of a sizable group of private students. His main concern at the time, however, was the composition of The Marriage of Figaro, which he was readying for production in the spring as soon as the theaters opened following the end of the Lenten prohibition of operatic performances. Mozart's father, Leopold, wrote that his son was "up to his ears" in work during those winter months.
Despite the commissions, the grand plans, and the facility with which he worked, however, Mozart was troubled. Always some?thing of a spendthrift, he was sinking into a difficult debt-ridden financial situation from which he would never be able to extricate himself. The first of what became a steady stream of letters to friends begging for money was sent to Hoffmeister, his publisher, on November 20, 1785. Mozart's health, like his finances, was also showing signs of deteriora?tion. Though not yet thirty, he was often seriously ill, and he started to be plagued by thoughts of his own death. A few months after his letter to Hoffmeister he wrote, "I never lie down at night without reflecting that young as I am I may not live to see another day." Many of the works of 1785 reflect his growing seriousness of mind: The D-minor Concerto (K. 466), the last two of the "Haydn" Quartets (K. 464 and K. 465), the C-minor Piano Fantasia (K. 475), the
G-minor Quintet (K. 478), and the Masonic Funeral Music (K. 477). It was just such music that bemused the fickle Viennese public. These probing compositions were not the simple little ditties and pretty musical bon?bons that they demanded, but something that puzzled them, and perhaps touched an emo?tional chord that they felt was as well left undisturbed on a pleasant evening after a tasty supper. The audience that Mozart had built during his first five years in Vienna began to slip away, and this E-flat Concerto, more gallant in style and closer to the popular taste than most of its neighbors (though with a surprisingly Romantic slow movement), was probably an attempt to win back the support of his patrons.
Richness of sonority and dignified gran?deur are two of the chief characteristics of the E-flat Concerto. In his study of Mozart's keyboard concertos, Cuthbert M. Girdlestone wrote, "Of all his concertos, this one is the queenliest. Combining grace and majesty, the music unfolds like a sovereign in progress, the queen of the concertos." H. C. Robbins Landon noted, "For sheer beauty of sound, no Mozart concerto approaches K. 482," which point Philip Radcliffe reinforced with a thought about the work's "luxuriant leisure-liness." The sound world of this piece is created largely by the prominent use of the winds, whose noble, rich tone colors are in part achieved by the substitution of clarinets for oboes, their first appearance in a Mozart piano concerto.
The orchestral introduction opens with a broad rhythmic gesture immediately an?swered by a brief response in the burnished sonorities of bassoons and horns. Further melodic ideas tumble one after another until the soloist's entry, which acts as a bridge to the second exposition and the pianist's elab?oration of the earlier thematic materials. Following the main theme group, Mozart chose to turn briefly to a darkly shaded minor tonality rather than to begin the second theme area in the dominant key, casting a certain Romantic spirit over these measures. The expected dominant key arrives with a rising scalar melody for soloist, after which the exposition concludes with rippling pianistic flourishes supported by a buoyant orchestral accompaniment. The central sec?tion, less a true development than a free fantasia, is dominated by the soloist, with the orchestra serving as the subdued background
for the display of tasteful virtuosity. The recapitulation recalls themes from both the introduction and the exposition, while pro?viding the obligatory cadenza opportunity for the pianist.
The second movement is a hybrid form, with elements of rondo, variations, and ter?nary constructions. Its unusual structure, however, is precisely suited to its mood, which is introspective and almost solemn in its rich harmonic coloring. Einstein described this music as "expression unadorned, almost an exhibition of sadness, false consolation, despair, and resignation." (It is an interesting note that, at the work's premiere, the audi?ence encored this movement rather than the sunnier outer ones. This incident may have led Mozart to believe that his listeners were ready to accept more from him in this Ro?mantic vein, an idea resoundingly dispelled by the lukewarm reception extended by the Viennese to The Marriage of Figaro just five months later.) This splendid Andante is beau?tiful and moving, and it opens expressive vistas that bring to this Concerto the emo?tional richness characteristic of all Mozart's great music of his last years.
The finale, one of Mozart's jauntiest rondos, returns to the gallant world of the first movement. Its effortless theme is announced by the violins and then the full orchestra before the soloist responds with an answering strain. Following the second return of the rondo theme, there is an episode in the manner of a tender Romanza, initiated by clarinets and bassoons, after which the gal?loping good cheer of the rondo resumes -with a brief pause for a cadenza to close this "Queen of Mozart's concertos."
Program Notes by Richard E. Rudda
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About the Artists
Recognized as one of the world's most eloquent virtuosos, Murray Perahia was born in New York in 1947 and started piano studies at the age of four and later worked with Jeannette Haien. Upon entering Mannes College, where he majored in con?ducting with Carl Bamberger, Mr. Perahia broadened his musical interests by studying composition, harmony, and counterpoint. Work with Arthur Balsam developed his keen interest in chamber music, and he went on to spend four summers at the Marlboro Music Festival. Later pianistic work included studies with Mieczyslaw Horszowski.
In 1972, Perahia became the first American ever to win the prestigious Leeds Competition, a victory that led to over 50 European engagements, including a widely acclaimed London debut. That year, he also signed an exclusive contract with CBS Mas-terworksSony Classical, becoming the first pianist in ten years to be added to their list of recording artists. In 1973, Mr. Perahia gave his first concert at the Aldeburgh Festival, returning every subsequent year and develop?ing a close association with the Festival's founders, Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears, and he performed with Peter Pears in lieder
recitals for many years. In 1981, Perahia was named a co-artistic director of the Festival, a post he held through the summer of 1989.
Among his many recordings, the com?plete Mozart Piano Concertos, which he directs the English Chamher Orchestra from the keyboard, and the complete Beethoven Concertos with Bernard Haitink conducting the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Orchestra have won numerous awards throughout the world. Other concerto recordings include both Mendelssohn Concertos, the Schumann and Grieg Concertos, and the Chopin Con?certos Nos. 1 and 2 with Zuhin Mehta and the Israel Philharmonic. He has also made numerous solo recordings of the music of Schubert, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Chopin, Beethoven, and Bartok, and cham?ber music recordings with the Amadeus Quar?tet, Radu Lupu, Sir Peter Pears, and SirGeorg Solti. His and Solti's recording of BartcSk's Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion and Brahms' "Variations on a Theme for Two Pianos" received a Grammy Award for Best Chamber Music Recording. Perahia's most recent Sony Classical recording, "The Alde-burgh Recital," features music of Beethoven, Schumann, Liszt, and Rachmaninoff, and has also been released on laserdisc, as have his
new recordings of the Mozart Concertos K. 467 and 595 with the Chamher Orchestra of Europe, and Schubert's Winterreise with Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. Sony Classical will issue several new recordings during the 1991-92 season, among which will he the Mozart Double and Triple Concertos with Radii Lupu, a disc of Brahms, and a Franck and Liszt album, bringing Mr. Perahia's catalogue to over 40 releases.
Murray Perahia's U.S. engagements during the 1990-91 season included a gala concert for the Centennial of the Chicago Symphony, as well as recitals in Boston, Detroit, Los Angeles, Ottawa, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, Washington, D.C., and New York, where he helped Carnegie Hall celebrate its 100th Birthday.
In Europe, Perahia performed the Brahms Second Concerto, both with the Berlin Philharmonic and Haitink and with London's Philharmonia with Guilini; played Beethoven's Concerto No. 4 with the Am?sterdam Concertgebouw; and was soloist and conductor with the Berlin Philharmonic in two Mozart Concertos. In addition to per?forming recitals in all the world's major music centers, Murray Perahia made his long-awaited return to Japan, in recital and per?forming the complete cycle of Beethoven Concertos in Tokyo with the Chamber Or?chestra of Europe under Claudio Abbado. During the summer of 1991, Perahia made two appearances at the Salzburg Festival, in recital and in Mozart's Piano Concerto K. 466 with Sir Georg Solti. He was also a featured artist at the Berlin, Lucerne, and Schleswig-Holstein Festivals.
In celebration of the 1991-92 Mozart Bicentennial, Murray Perahia performs a spe?cial series of concerts, including Mozart Piano Concertos, chamber music, and recitals, in New York, Chicago, London, Paris, and Vienna. In this series, which takes place during the fall of 1991, Perahia will be joined by soprano Arleen Auger, clarinetist Harold Wright, and the Vermeer Quartet, as well as the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra in the U.S. and the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields in Europe. Other North American and Euro?pean appearances include performances with the London Philharmonic and Haitink; con?certs with the Israel Philharmonic in Tel Aviv with Charles Dutoit and in Istanbul with Mehta; and appearances with the At?lanta and Toronto Symphonies.
Tonight's concert marks Murray Perahia's first orchestral performance in Ann Arbor; he has given six recitals between 1977 and 1990.
Hailed as one of the world's foremost chamber orchestras, Orpheus has received world?wide acclaim for its excep?tional performances and recordings. In addition to its annual Carnegie Hall series at home in New York City, the Orpheus season includes two or more inter?national tours, concerts in the United States, and at least four recordings for Deutsche Grammophon.
Since embarking on its first interna?tional tour in 1979, the conductorless orches?tra has now appeared in more than 200 cities in 33 countries throughout Europe, Asia, and North and South America. During the 1990-91 season the orchestra toured in Japan for the third time and made its debut at the Hong Kong Festival. Orpheus' European Festival Tour in the summer of 1991, with pianist Alicia de Larrocha as guest soloist, included performances at such distinguished festivals as Salzburg, Stresa, Santander, Lucerne, and the Proms in London.
In the United States, Orpheus has performed on prominent series in Los Ange?les, San Francisco, at Orchestra Hall in Chicago, the Kennedy Center in Washing?ton, D.C., and at Symphony Hall in Boston. This past summer marked the orchestra's first performance at the Tanglewood Music Cen?ter. Orpheus now returns to Ann Arbor for its fifth appearance, with previous Chamber Arts Series concerts in 1978, 1980, 1982, and 1984.
Orpheus was founded in New York City in 1972 by cellist Julian Fifer and a group of
fellow musicians who, in a dramatic break with the orchestral tradition, formed an or?chestra that rehearses and performs without a conductor. Orpheus initially gained recogni?tion with its Alice Tully Hall debut at Lin?coln Center in 1974. After making its Carnegie Hall debut in 1978 with pianist Peter Serkin, Orpheus has since appeared there and on tour with many renowned art?ists, including Elly Ameling, Emanuel Ax, Alfred Brendel, Jan DeGaetani, Maureen Forrester, Richard Goode, Heinz Holliger, Radu Lupu, Yo-Yo Ma, Isaac Stern, Tatiana Troyanos, Benita Valente, and soloists from among the members of the orchestra.
In 1984, Orpheus signed an exclusive contract with Deutsche Grammophon and has since made over 30 recordings that have been released worldwide. In addition to a selection of Haydn Symphonies, Mozart Ser?enades, and Mozart Concertos, in which members of the orchestra are soloists, the orchestra has also recorded Romantic works by Dvorak, Grieg, and Tchaikovsky, and a number of twentieth-century classics by Bartok, Prokofiev, and Stravinsky. The orchestra's Copland recording received a Grammy nomination for "Best Orchestral Performance" in 1990, and the recently re?leased disc of Schoenberg's two chamber symphonies and Veridarte hlacht has been highly acclaimed throughout the world.
Orpheus is a cooperative organization that provides an environment in which the musical judgments of each member are con?sidered and respected. The members them?selves are responsible for repertoire,
programming, rehearsal techniques, and the rotation of seating positions, giving each player the opportunity to be a section leader. Most important, they make the interpretive decisions that are ordinarily the responsibility of a conductor. Orpheus has developed its unique approach to the study and perfor?mance of music by incorporating the chamber music principles of personal involvement and mutual respect into the orchestral setting.
Members of Orpheus, who have re?ceived recognition for solo, chamber music, and orchestral performances, bring a rich diversity of musical experience to the orches?tra, which is completely self-governing. Of the sixteen string players and nine wind players who comprise the basic membership of Orpheus, many also hold teaching posi?tions at prominent conservatories and univer?sities in the New York and New England areas.
The unique processes of rehearsing and selecting principal players for each piece are central to the distinctive personality of Or?pheus. For every work, the members of the
orchestra determine the concertmaster and the other section leaders so that leadership opportunities and responsibilities are shared by mutual agreement. The section principal players for each piece form a core, which is then responsible for the initial concept and the rehearsal process of that piece. In the final rehearsals, all members of the orchestra par?ticipate in refining the interpretation and execution, with members taking turns going out into the auditorium to listen for balance, blend, articulation, dynamic range, and clar?ity of expression; and in recording sessions, everyone crowds into the production booth to listen to the initial playbacks.
During the 1991-92 season, Orpheus' Carnegie Hall series includes three celebrated artists: pianists Maria Tipo and Peter Serkin and mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade. Other engagements include the current tour with Murray Perahia and European tours in January and May of 1992. Upcoming record?ings include Mendelssohn String Sympho?nies, the four Bach Suites, and works by Respighi.
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Violins
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Steven Dibner Frank Morelli
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David Jolley William Purvis
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Dr. and Mrs. John R. Wiseman Mr. Stephen Wolpert J. Reimer Wolter, M.D. Julia Woodbury Mr. Allan D.Woodell Stewart and Carolyn Work George and Elsie Yellin Ms. Sandra Yobbagy Mr. Frank Youkstetter Frances L. Young Ms. Pamela Young Brian Yurewicz Paul and Yvonne Zenian William Zolkowski Julia M.Zielke
Business, Corporation & Foundation Support
BRAVO SOCIETY
Arts Midwest
Ford Audio
Ford Motor Company Fund
Great Lakes Bancorp
Manufacturers Bank of Detroit
Michigan Council for the Arts
Warner LambertParke Davis
CONCERT MASTER
Brauer Investment Company Chelsea Milling Company Comerica and Comerica Capital
Management
Ford Motor Credit Company Jacobson's KMS Industries Benard L. Maas Foundation McKinley Associates, Inc. O'Neal Construction Philips Display Components
Company Regency Travel Society Bank Michigan
LEADER
Aristoplay Ltd.
Association of Performing Arts
Presenters
Creditanstalt-Bankverein General Motors Corporation The Irwin Group of Companies Michigan National Bank The Mosaic Foundation Estate of Marie Schlesinger NBD Ann Arbor Spear & Associates, Inc. The Edward Surovell Company Washington Street Station
GUARANTOR
Ann Arbor Area Community
Foundation
Bodman, Longley & Dahling Chelsea Community Hospital Dobson McOmber Insurance Agency,
Inc.
Michigan Trenching Service The Power Foundation Riverview Lumber & Building Supply
Co., Inc.
Shar Music Products T & T Sports Management Inc.
SPONSOR
The Old German Restaurant
The Eugene and Margaret Ormandy
Foundation The Radom Fund Charles Reinhart Company SCP Enterprises, Inc. Vlasic & Company
BENEFACTOR
Clark Professional Pharmacy Econo-Pak Quality Container Edwards Brothers, Inc. Garris, Cams, Gams & Garris, P.C. John E. Green Company Light Action Foundation Thomas S. Monaghan, Inc. Seva Restaurant and Market Washtenaw Urology Clinic, P.C.
PATRON
Catherine McAuley Health Center
Culbertson Jacobs & Milling Architects
Chelsea Flower Shop
Johnson, Johnson and Roy, Inc.
King's Keyboard House
David Lindemer Associates, Inc.
L&SMusic
Milliken Interiors, Inc.
Rollform, Inc.
SKR Classical
University Microfilms International
DONOR
Ann Arbor Convention & Visitors Bureau Adistra Corporation Conlin Faber Travel Progressive Building Materials
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Louis G. Redstone Architects
GAIL RECTOR PORTRAIT FUND
Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Aldrich Joan and David Anderson Harry and Betty Benford Richard S. Berger Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Brauer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Allen P. Britton Mr. and Mrs. John Alden Clark Gage R. Cooper Margaret and Douglas Crary Sally A. Cushing Jack and Alice Dobson Barbara L. Ferguson Ken, Penny and Matt Fischer Mary Jane and Charles Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Robben Fleming Mr. and Mrs. Garnet R. Garrison Fred and Joyce Ginsberg Anita and Al Goldstein Michael L Gowing Mr. and Mrs. Elmer F. Hamel Mrs. Robert Hamilton Harlan and Anne Hatcher Harold and Anne Haugh Debbie and Norman Herbert Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Holmes
Ray and Jude Huetteman, Jr.
Alice and Keki Irani
Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Jacobi
Keith and Kay Jensen
Herbert and Susan Johe
Dr. and Mrs. Richard D. Judge
David and Sally Kennedy
Richard and Ann Kennedy
King's Keyboard House
Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Lutkehaus, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. McCollum
Paul and Ruth McCracken
Charlotte McGeoch
Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Maugh
Mrs. Donald C. May
Professor and Mrs. Gustav Meier
Alan G. and Sally Merten
Mrs. Eugene Ormandy
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Palmer
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Paul
Elizabeth and Beverly Payne
J. Raymond and Agnes I. Pearson
Maxine and Wilbur K. Pierpont
Eugene and Sadye Power
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip H. Power
Mary and Robert Pratt
Michael and Helen Radock
TadRae
John and Dorothy Reed
William and Mary Revelli
Frances Greer Riley
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Rogers
Mary R. Romig-de Young
Professor Thomas J. and Ann Sneed
Schriber Stephen Skelley Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stegeman Elizabeth L. Stranahan Dr. and Mr. E. Thurston Thieme Mary H. Thieme
University of Michigan School of Music Mr. and Mrs. Marc R. von Wyss Jerry and Elise Weisbach Mr. and Mrs. Stanfield Wells, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. S.B. Winslow Phyllis B. Wright
MEMORIALS
Marion L. Beam John W. Bean Mrs. Hedy B. Berger Leonard Bernstein Roscoe and Lillian Bonisteel Hope H. Bloomer Dr. Gordon C. Brown Marion W. Brown Alice Kelsey Dunn Robert S. Feldman Carl Fischer Gerald J. Fischer Florence Fuller Leritia Gamer Dr. Paul Hogg George Hunsche Hazel Hill Hunt Donald Katz Jean Kennedy
George Michael Landes
Alfred and Grace Lovell
Alfred H.LoveU, Jr.
Betty S. Lovell
Doris L. Lueke
Frederick C. Matthaei, Sr.
Glenn McGeoch
VadenW. Miles
Margaret Peterson
Carl and Loretta Pollmar
Sara Power
Gwen and Emerson Powrie
Dr. Joseph Preston
George Quick
Steffi Reiss
Percy and Elisabeth Richardson
Denis Rigan
Ruth Rogne
Bernard J. Rowan
Dr. Richard G. Schneider
Mrs. Ethel Sharklin
Charles A. Sink
Mrs. Arthur W. Smith
Mrs. James H. Spencer
(Cornelia Miller Spencer) Robert Spicer Ralph LSteffek Mark C. Stevens Mischa Titiev Mrs. Flora A. Tomion Dur Vetter Mrs. Elena Vlisiders lone Wagner Peter Holdemess Woods
MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES
ADP Network
Allied Signal Foundation
Allstate Insurance Company
AT&T Foundation
Bechtel Foundation
Chrysler Corporation
Consumers Power Foundation
Detroit Edison Foundation
Dow Chemical U.S.A.
Eli Lilly and Company Foundation
Federal Mogul Corporation
Ford Fund
Gannett Foundation
General Electric Foundation
General Motors Corporation
Honeywell Foundation
J.C. Penney Company, Inc.
Johnson Controls Foundation
Libbey Owens-Ford Company
Maccabees Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Manufacturers Hanover Foundation
The Manufacturers Life Insurance Co.
McGraw-Hill Foundation, Inc.
Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc.
Metropolitan Life Foundation
Michigan Bell Telephone
3-M Foundation
Northern Telecom, Inc.
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance
Paramount Communications Inc.
The Proctor & Gamble Fund Rohm and Haas Company Scientific Brake and Equipment Society Bank UNISYS Corporation Warner Lambert Company
IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS
Acoustical Ceiling & PartitionRalph
Wickham
Alice Simsar Gallery Peter Allen American Airlines
Ann Arbor Ceiling & PartitionRon Dunn Catherine Arcure Michael and Charles Avsharian Johnny and Betty Barheld Gail Davis Barnes Richard Bartlet Wills Batdes
BC Contractors, IncWayne Bryant J.C. Beal Construction Co.Fred Beal Bill Beck David Belmore
Benson House Bed and Breakfast Dave Bianco Charles Borgsdorf Dean Paul C. Boylan Carroll Bradley Mike Brady
Carl Brauer Investment CoVCarl Brauer Bricklayers & Allied CraftsmanSam
Palazzolo Brinker Mechanical InsulationGene
Brinker
James F. Brinker Allen and Veronica Britton David O. Brown Earl Brown Jim Brunker
Bryant Air ConditioningJoe Sera Builders Heating SupplyDoug Beerens Brenda Briest Casher Conrad Cannon
Carpenters Local 512Edwin Nyhus Celotex CorpVGary M. Draisin Certainteed CorporationMike Witt Anne Charles, Canadian Consul General MikeCisman Cheers!
Chelsea Community Hospital Chelsea Flower Shop Don and Betts Chisholm Clinch-On ProductsTom Semett Scott Cogan Phil Cole F.G. Crampton Shannon Culver Curtin and Alf, Luthiers Scott Dault R.Day Roger Day Doug Defavero
Detroit Area Bulgarian Community Detroit Armenian Women's Club I. Domenech Jim Doneth
Trudy Dophosoh
Dow Chemical U.S.A.Mike Appicelli
Mike Eadie
Rosalie and Martin Edwards
Greg Eggleston
Electrical Workers Local 252John
Briston Paul Everett John Field Andy Fletcher Fine Flowers
Fingerle Lumber CoVJohn Fingerle Ken, Penny and Matt Fischer Fontanessi & Kaan Co.Jim Marzolf Herb Foor
Ford Division, Ford Motor Company Judy and Richard Fry Richard E. FryRichard E. Fry A.I.A.,Ltd. Gandy Dancer
Gasser & Bush, IncRandy Stowers Kerry Gauss Phil Gerwick
Glidden Paint CoVDavid Smith J.Grey Bob Grimston Margo Halsted Gregg Hamm Jim Hanson
Hardware AgentsRichard Suminski Mark Harper Paul Harrison Rob Henning Matthew Hoffmann JoAnne Hulce L. Hummel
Huron Valley GlassRich Sayles Alice Davis Irani Perry Irish
Ironstone WeldingDan Parrotte Stuart Isaac Sue Jantschak Jewish Community Center Timothy Julet Carol Kahn RexKanitz Russ Kanitz
Drs. Gloria and Bob Keny Chris King Howard King King's Keyboard House Dennis Kittel Charles Klein David Kwan Tom Lancaster
H.S. Landau, IncHenry Landau Landis & GYR Powers, Inc.Keith A.
Walker Wilson Little Gary Loy
Martha Cooke Residence Hall Madison Electric SupplyGary Matthews John Martin Jamie Mayband Michael Merrell
Metzger's Black Forest Restaurant Michigan Trenching ServiceBob Lyons
Doug Miller
Sandra L. MillerPlumbing & Mech.
Contractors Robert Millheim John Minud
Mister RubbishRod Kitchen A. Mitchell
MKK Technologies, IncSadaharu Honda Gary and Ann Moeller MarkMohr Dean Morrow MSIJack Moorhead
Netherlands-American University League New York City Opera Company Jon Nyhus Joe O'Neal Oxford Conference Center, Scott Terrill,
Mgr.
Paholak GroupCharles Phibbs Philip Paskan William Payne
Plumbers & Pipefitters 190Don House Jeff Porter Don Pruneall
Public Relations Society of Detroit Regency Travel Rob Reilly Harry Richardson Alyce RiemenschneiderRiemenschneider
Design Assoc.
Robertson-Morrison, IncFrank Johnson Ann and Tom Schriber Schlage Lock Co. Riggs Miller Ronald Seeley Kermit Sharp
Aliza and Howard Shevrin Siemens, I.T.EVScott Pemberton Jeff Simkiss
A.F. Smith & Son, IncBill Koepp David Smith Julius S. Smith Kathy Smith Dave Spicer Lois and Jack Stegeman Greg Stephans Helmut and Candy Stem T.J. Stillman Tony Swartz Pete Swope Garold A. Taylor The Trane CompanyJim Baker Dedof von Berg, German Consul General Chuck Visel United Mill & Cabinet CoTDennis
Ruppert University of Michigan Construction Rep.
Jim Tripp University of Michigan Armenian Studies
Program University Musical Society Advisory
Group
Washington Street Station Washtenaw Community CollegeLes
Pierce
Jack Weidenbach Shelly F. Williams Wyandotte Electric SupplyRichard Beck

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