Kibalchich in Ames, Iova, Nov. 7, 1929

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Kibalchich in Ames, Iova,
Nov. 7, 1929 - · f I Russian Symphonic Choir to I! Here...
· f I Russian Symphonic Choir to I! Here Friday on Concert j Curtis d a y -- a w j | nvo un- 27, the MEMHK11S OF C H O Cossacks, who in spin- of uiation for ferocity are h i di veloped culturally, and possess very rich folk lore. .The Cos-' tle DIRECTOR KIBALOH'ICH sacks' songs are f u l l of freedom, gaiety, w i t h the . ... Uerisiic Russian background of The Russian symphonic choir it ness _ j '"- Kibalchich will be heard i n . j{ r . Kibalchich was studied i- and a- i rector _ . . . . drecls of Illinois couples mav find i bine characteristics, of the dress ; of the Archangelsky R - h e j o f the Russian nobility and of tliejgrad and has sincepoured resu)l ol - peasants of the Ukraine: the choir: as a choral utrector, m e ' i of about 20 male and female voices: choir of the Russian will sing a program -of Russian | Geneva, and has toured this and folk.} try with his own choir for five sea- j Wednesdav on th? blfs i s o f a new music. - ' i*ons_ previous to the present one intmireta t ion of an imilois er toire includes; also music of · develop. No national or racial music has had a richer of Some of u, ami loiiv u_v wiui i.. a u « u i.-.iw.i , ,, , - ,, . j s ° n s Previous to the present one. int(?rni ial class ot Wherever the choir has sung Ue development i has received unqualified praise ». .. T-« '_:.,., * 4 T ; ~ r\m.f,^f*Tin-n r\f i t 13 c i n f r i n c ^ f "·*···--' »^M.%J. w *.-·*..-·-- ^-.^ -~ i -- -- - ( - ^ ^ f i - ' O l . i C V. l i - U i l J V * I I I I * i U i l i . L ic music than the Russian. | tlie perfection of us singing. r ! s h e ' .. Of the finest of these songs the ability to achieve ork . besuhg^ere oy ;he choir. The'effects Kibalchich may choose t( ed lesJs

Clipped from Ames Daily Tribune07 Nov 1929, ThuPage 4

Ames Daily Tribune (Ames, Iowa)07 Nov 1929, ThuPage 4
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