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1956 drive-ins - Orchestra Again Wins High Favor By HARVEY...
Orchestra Again Wins High Favor By HARVEY SOITHGATE )1UCII of the appeal of the Eastman Chamber Orehes-V Orehes-V Orehes-V summer concerts in KU- KU- -tim -tim Hall derives from the balanced programs se lected by Conductor Frederick FennclL These are kept within within the scope of a small orchestra, orchestra, and the music, if sometimes sometimes slight, is never stodgy. So it was again last night as the second of this season's concerts drew a near capacity audience that was obviously in an expectant mood and quick to express its pleasure. The program began with the Concerto Concerto in D Major of Carl Thilip Emanuel Bach, third son of the great Johann Sebastian Sebastian and a composer and musicologist of top rank. In this cheerful, springy work one catches something of the spirit of the older Bach, which is yet not mere imitation. Granted that it does not have the great structure of the music of the more famous composer, it is yet ear pleasing pleasing and well put together. The Mozart Symphony No. :5, the "Haffner," was corn-nosed corn-nosed corn-nosed for a wealthy Salzburg family of that name to commemorate commemorate the granting of a title to young Sigmund Haffner. Haffner. Mozart is said to have completed it in two weeks, yet it is as perfect in form "as most of his works. He takes a transparent little tune, works it around, dresses it up with ornaments and builds it up into something ' really sonorous and nobly propor-, propor-, propor-, tioned. The orchestra, which throughout the evening played as if it had had more rehearsals rehearsals than the week be-bore, be-bore, be-bore, caught the delicacy and grace, the dancing sheen and the high spirits of the four movements. Mr. Fennell, we thought, found the right tempo tempo for each. The Fantasy Variations on a Theme of Youth by Dr. Howard Hanson changed the Scene, after the intermission, to modern style. This work has caught the fancy of Rochester audiences of late 'and it has been played a number number of times, always, we believe, believe, with David Burge, gifted gifted Eastman School graduate student, as pianist. Partly romantic, romantic, partly syncopated, at times almost jazzy, the music brings orchestra and piano into a well knit unity of mood. It has real audience appeal. Mr. Burge made the difficult piano part very effective. After the exquisite, deftly atmospheric "On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring," by the individual English com- com- poser, Frederick Delius, came :. "The Birds," suite for small orchestra by Ottorino Res-pighi, Res-pighi, Res-pighi, modern Italian com- com- ' composer. Fashioned from . bird sounds dove, hen, nightingale, nightingale, cukoo this music is descriptive, sometimes playful, playful, but never broadly comic. Skillfully written, it requires skillful playing, especially from the first desk men, and offers some charming listening listening on the light side. T JT if if ' 'I ' ... - Y- Y- v I , I ": r H I V"': v- v- - $ i - jjfi r ii ii m i niiiMMii v, ; s -m.sw -m.sw V i i-'-- i-'-- i-'-- i-'-- i-'-- irrin-iimynttiiMim irrin-iimynttiiMim irrin-iimynttiiMim J Sarah Scott Actor Fund Created THE Actors Fund which exists to help any actors who are down in their luck, will be made richer by a Rochester contribution in the memory of Sarah Scott. Rochester friends of the Arena Theater actress who died of a heart ailment last month at Corning, where she was appearing in summer theater, yesterday were gathering up contribution to the memorial fund. All Roch-esterians Roch-esterians Roch-esterians desiring to give in Miss Scott's memory were requested requested to send their checks to Mrs. Bernard (Ruth) Isaacson, 1940 Highland Ave. Mrs. Isaacson will combine all fJJJJJJ PARKING ALL COLOR SHOW! George Cabal "THE BIRDS AND . THE BEES" "WORLD WITHOUT END" the gifs in one check to be sent to the Actors Fund as a Rochester purse. Miss Scott, a veteran member member of the Arena Theater stock company. CINEMASCOPE and COLOR V GtXZ34 WEEK t : v:i v7 its d v. 1 1 1000 Cor Mil PAIKINft ALL COIOI SNOWI Gtorq Gobl "THE BIRDS AND THE BEES" WORLD WITHOUT END1 ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE IZ Friday, July 6, 1956 la CItmScot W Ttclia'csJar Do.i Da'.Ur Cyd CharUn "MEET ME IN LAS VEGAS" Added: "Dog I The Orchard" LB 1 imaftca0 Color Ktchatd Burlo rtodwle March "ALEXANDER THE GREAT" "KILLER'S KISS ' AH CiiKfltalop Cr SKI "Thi Last Frontiir" Ytor'l la Stltuct Flctloo "World Without End" MATINEE TOMORROW. 2:30 STEAMSHIP EXCURSION SUN., JULY 15th $10 Includw 7-hour 7-hour 7-hour Toyoqo down boaulllul Niaaaia Rlvoi, acrooi LaVo - Omarlo to Toronto and an 110 milo but lour Ihiouqh tho Niaaara rruil boll. Muihi loava No. CUnlon al Main Sun., July IV at 130 a. m. Kotonrattont clooo July I. 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Clipped from Democrat and Chronicle06 Jul 1956, FriPage 12

Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York)06 Jul 1956, FriPage 12
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