Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 11, 1976 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Sunday, April 11, 1976
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2E · Northwesl Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, April II, 1976 Dr. Jackson Is* Author Of Works Of Piani, Vio inist By N O R M A CONNER , . ; - -- U A Ne\vs Service ,-',DrrBarbara Garvey Jackson. · University of Arkansas music i professor, is the editor of a new ' book, which contains tl\.e entire ·existing works of Giovanni ; Antonio Piani. an 18th Century , violinist. '-.: The book. "Sonatas [or Violin '.'Solo and Violoncello with Cem- [ibalo," published by A-R of Madison, Wis. me 20 in a con series o f - Baroque mng Theory," with Dr. Bruce Senward of tho University of Wisconsin who formerly taught in the UA Music Department. This book w e n t , into its third edition in 1975. Dr. Jackson leaches music history, literature, and Uipo and has a keen interest Kcnaissauce a n d v:EdLUons. Inc., X1975). is Volu fortiia, Ihe Berkshire Music Center at Tangicw, .', Mas and the Meadowmomn Senoo of Music at KlizabeUitown, N.Y She holds memberships in the A m e r i c a n Siring Teachers Association, t h u A r k a n s a s 1 String Teacli£rs Association and music and how it is perfo: as an art in its c u l t u r a l setting. She used her off-campus duty assignment in 1969 on the European Continent for such a Baroque I recently was named a mctnbi-i irformed al-largi- of the KxeciUive Boan Ijworks. · ; v The scholarly series of whict' ;'Dr. Jackson's book is a part '·is one of four quarterly series : ;published by A-R Editions. The -series makes public the carl .music being brought lo light in -the course 1 of current musi ^cologtcal research. · i Each volume is devoted -Uo works by a single composer ' i D r Jackson said. Her volume -:includes' all the known works r i O r P'^rii a- T'at'p"'birn' violin · f «\sl who worked in Paris. -·-. "Plant's works are often cited ",-in histories of violin-playing and ·'works on performance practice ^because they are the first pub- fished sonatas to include dyna- 'Nmic markings for crescendo nand diminuendo." Dr. Jackson ^explained. "Also they are the :7first to include second-position v'fingerings f o r the violin, and "^exhibit several other interesting ^performance m a r k i n g s f o r yjbowing." The works have never -been published in a modern Sedition, she noted, nor has the ·*; performance practice which -'·Ihey show been studied in :'detail. 't; Now, the music is available ·|5o Ihe modern violinist for per- vJormance, along with a com- ·mgnlary. Dr. Jackson, in addition- to editing all of Piani a works" wrote the book preface and com-menlary. The UA professor is rccog ciized by her counterparts a! , an tfiergetic and studious scholar "Who" constantly is involved in research, and who has coauthor^d a number of publications. She and Dr. Joel Berman of the University of Maryland wrote the first "A.S.T.A Die lionafy of Bowing Terms for String Instruments." The dictionary was commissioned by the National Publications Committee of the American String Teachers Association. TJT- J^^kSOr "l^ r o l l a h n r a f f j d w i t h " Dr. Wesley Thomas, foraier UA professor of Ger- mari.'lbn the publication of two b 00 ks . --" "The Songs of the Minijcsinff^rs," and anlholoff^ in .'·English translation and modern transcription, and The Minnesinger, Prince Wizla^ of Ru'ge'p " For the l*»ter book. TJr; TJackson contributed the material on music and put the melgdt. oc in modern transcription' ' r Minnesingers corne^rom all classes of German society. ·Dr; "'Jackson explained, "including both kings and penni- lecj^w'an defers." I In-1963, she was co-author of . a - t e x t ' b o o k , "Practical Begin- ·©pera tickets study. The talented and prolific lraj\slator and author began studying piano at the age of four and violin at Iho age of 11. She earned a bachelor of music at the University of llli nois, master of music at Eastman School of Music at Roches ter. N.Y., and a doctor of phi- Stanford . s studied at the University of Michigan the University of Southern Cali- losophy degree at University. She also ha of (he South Central Society for 18th Century Studies. Slip i listed ii\ "Who's Who in American Wohien," "The World' Who's Who of Women," and "International Who's Who of Musicians." Dr. Jackson has written many of the scripts for the "Musical Melting Pot," a current series a ir.od over I he Un iv ersity' s radio station, KUAF. each Sunday evening since the spring of 1975.' The series is a special! Bicentennial feature of the station and the Department of Music. She also performs regularly in recitals. On Sa e DR. BARBARA JACKSON . holds her "new" Burogue violin as she discusses her recent book. The violin is n modern replica o/ on early fine instrument and uxis made in 1971. (VA News Service Pholo) Plans October Wedding October 2 is (he wedding dnle chosen Ijy Miss Sandra K a y Wright iv hen she will h c c n m e thu hrtele of Daryl Mnunce, son of Mr, a n d Airs. Calvin Mcjiince. R o u t e 1, Farming Ion. The hritlfi-clecl is the daughter ol Eulalia Ctoos of 'Fay- etievlile, Bo!li arc 1975 gradU' ntes of Far in in gtou Higl' Selioul and Miss Wright is a freshman n ( t| lc University of Arkansas majoring in Dcnfa I Fygic ne. Th o n rospec ti vi hridcgroom is an employe of the Cily of Faycftcvllle. !nin!![01^ Announcements r:i r;; !!":]i: K":!!' 1 !-; "i: Cliapter AT, PEO, will m e e I, :-IF: aii ·:::::!:-:::.;! ''t.]:.' 'II 'i!i:T!i' Twentieth Century Club Backstrom-Scroggs Married In Double Ring Ceremony In a double ring ceremony' t the Full GospsL Church 'n crrylon, Tex., Miss Novel a oau" Scroggs became Ihc bride ' UaucJv · BncIcsti'Otn. The Rov, Hie L. Kinser. brother-in-law of ic bride, performed the riles. The brkle is the daughter of ". and Mrs. Carl Stroggs of \ika, Tex., bride- room's parents a r e " Mr. and Irs. E.H. Backstrom of Fay- .tcvillc. Spiral candelabra banked i\*. reenery were placed on cither klc 'of tghllng Greene . icces of the bride, who wore y e l l o w floral Moor-length Ircsses.wHh wristlets of spring the kneeling bench, candles were Loiiia. and Debbie Greene, ong-slcmmed yellow rose. Thei lower girl wore a mint green' lotted swiss dress with matching bonnet and carried a basket of yellow rose petals. Gary Wtiillock of FayeUeviIcl was bVsl'man, groomsmen were tolaml D e p c w ' O f Fayctlcville and Ralph Depcw of Pcrrylon. and ushers were brothers-in-law of the bride, J i m m y ' G r e e n e of Spearman and John Hulson of Cowela. '1'hc bride's mother chose long pink lace dress and the bridegroom's mother mint in lowers. Mrs. Ollic Kinser ol Joplin io. was orgunist, Miss Celia lassoni of Kismet, Kan., pian- sl, and Miss Rama Estes of 'erryton played (he flute. Mrs. (Jnser, Mrs. Jimmy Greene of Spearman, Tex., and Mrs. John iulson of Coweia, Okla sisters oF the bride, sang. Mrs. Hulson sang " Softly Love" as the candles "'ere lighted, and all three sang "Abiding Love" a ft or the wedd ing vows. The processional was (he traditional wedding march and. "Movin 1 On" was played as t h e recessional, - . The bride, given In marriage by her father, was attended by Miss Radanna Long of Lavernc, O k l a , , as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Mona Backstrom, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Cindy Strollings of Perry ton. Miss Audrt'.i Belvin of Waka was flower girl and Darrin Kinser of Joplin, nephew of the bride, was ringbearer. The bride wore her mother's flo or-lerrg th wedding gown of candlelight, organza pattereiid with lace roses' over white satin, fashioned with a sweetheart neckline, empire wnisl and butterfly sleevs. She wore a lace picture hat and carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations and yellow roses, The a II end aiils wore Ion d green dress. Both were corsages ot white oirnalions. At the reception in Fellowship Hall, the table was laid with a white lace cloth and centered with canclabra holding yellov, tapers. An open Bible was placed' along side. The three- icrcd wedding cake vs'.is served vJlti m i n t puticti byMiss Deniso icynolds ol Pcrrylon and Miss oima Whillock o! fayetteville. Hiss Jane Pearsall presided at he bride's honk anil Miss Robin Summers assisted at the gilt r u i travel, the bride wore a three-niece pcacli ensemble mid 'lie comae from her bridal jouquet. The couple is at home on Iloiito S, Faycttcvillc. Among the out-of-town eui-sw were Mrs. Minnie Mease of Kaycttcville, the bridegroom's grandmother and Mrs. J.W. Dcncw. also of Fayetlcvillii. · Tttc bridegroojn's parents w e r e , hosts for a rehearsal dinner at the home of Iho bride's parents on the evening before the wedding. it 1 p.m.. Thursday in the home of Mrs. Mearl McKinncy, 1605 Apiilebury Drive. Mrs. Steven iocquin. Mrs. George Yost will rdncd"« I itTreirii)frc"w'aisTlincs"a"rid meet at 1:30 p.m., Friday m , . , , , . , .« ,, , m i n t green dresses trimmed in Kelcn 'cream lace collars and fash- home of Swayze will he co-hostess and Mrs. Robert Boston will give ;he program. Chapter BH, PEO. will meet at 9:30 a.m., Thursday in the home of Mrs. Fletcher Hall, 825 Park Avenue. Mrs. Glen Rose will he co-hostess and Mrs. David Becker will give the program on "International Peace Scholarship." Chapter S, PEO, will meet at 1, Thursday in the home of Mrs. Jack Edmisten. Mrs. Hugh Brewer Jr., will be assistant hostess. Fashion Coordinates IN 100% POLYESTER IG program leader. I short sleeves. Each carired a MR. AND MRS. BACKSTROM . , . /allowing flieir recent marriage , W A L - M A R T DISCOUNT FABRIC Southgate Shopping Center Monday - Wednesday 9 A.M. - 9 P.M. .Tickets for the Metropolitan Opera of New York's annual D a l f a 5 spring tour arc nov, available by mail and "over- the-counter," for the four operas to he presented May 13 14.'and 15 at the Music Hall Fair:Park. ·"" will open the Mel s Ihirtv-lhird season in Dallas the evening of May 13. starring Tatta'na Troyanos in the title rolii'.ywillkim Lewis. Leona Mitchell and Malteo Manuguer- ;"Ai(ia" will be a gala benefit performance the evening of .May".H. with Martina Arroyo maSiiig her first IXillas operatic a p ' p ' e a r a n c c in 1 this new protection, in the title role. Also ' slarriri;* will he James .McCr'ackcn, Mignon Dunn, Louis-' Quilico and Jerome Hinei'. !The new production of "Lc Npzjce; di t'igaro" will he the matinee performance May 15, at 1:30 p.m. J u s t i n o Diaz will sing the title role, with Lucine Amaru, I.oretta di Franco, Huguette Tourangcau and John Rcarrjon in principal roles. Puccini's trilogy of one-act operas, "II Taharro," "Suor Angelica" and "Gianni Schic- c h i - " will be n c r f° r m e d in Dallas for Ihe first time the evening of M'jy 15. Jienala Scotto and l.ili Chookasian will star jn all three opcars, with Harry - Tiieyard and Cornell .MacNe'il also starring in the new" proiluction of "II Taharro." and -Ezio Fl'jgcllo. Enrico di Giuseppe and Raymond Mlchal- ski rp'/"Gianni Schicclii." Ticftets are on sale at the new Stale Fair Box Office. 6031 Berkshire Lane Bt Preston Ccnten' Telephone i n f o r m a t i o n is available at 211-691-7200. 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