PAGE 20 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1968 AUDIENCE ENTHRALLED Pianist Ozan Marsh Shows He Ranks With Greatest By DAN PAVILLARD Â·Â·; Citizen Music Writer Â·; Ozan Marsh presented his ktnusical credentials last night at c,Hhe University of Arizona audi- ;:"torium and they all came up -.gilt edged. ;.Â·*;.- Marsh's appearance on the ,' -UA Artist Series gave every evi- '^.(jence that the phenomenal pia- 'nist has arrived at that pianistic Olympus where Rubinstein, Horowitz, Casadesus and a very ;_ few others reign. , : If Marsh is not at the peak of - :his career, he's close enough to Â· ;hit it with a rock from where he : stands. :; : I feel it is not extreme to say Marsh ranks with the leading pianists of today. Indeed his playing of two Chopin ballades, No. 1 in G Minor and No. 4 in F Minor, invites comparison with performances by Robert Casadesus just as his interpretation of Moszkowski's beautiful F Major Etude invites comparison with the Horowitz rendering. Not so incidentally, Marsh has studied with both pianists. When it comes to works by Franz Liszt, Marsh runs into an open field where there are not many pianists with whom he could be compared. As ravishingly beautiful as was his handling of Liszt's Rhapsody No. 12, the selection with which the pianist began his program, Marsh's playing of the composer's "Apres Une Lecture du Dante" -- referred to as the Dante Sonata -- was the piece de resistance of the evening. Marsh faithfully reproduced Liszt's musical interpretation of the gates of Hell (drawn from Dante's fifth canto), lyrically expressed the love theme of Paolo and Francesca, and vividly described in blistering fast runs, swirls of note clusters and pounded chords the wrath of the underworld. Burglars Hit School Burglars broke into Elvira School 250 W. Elvira St., and stole two typewriters, three tape recorders and a drum, all valued at Â§505, according to police. Thralrts Arizow aic Theatres Ariioni ak Theatres Ariioia lie Theatres Arizoia aic Tiejfra C ELDORADO A 5909 E. BROADWAY ^/ TflQAY 2 X P M WINNER 5 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS!! * Art Direction * Cinematography * Costume Design * Musical Scoring * Sound WINNER 3 GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS!! * Best Actor-Richard Harris-Musical Best Song-lf Ever I Should Leave You Best Musical Score * * HURRY... ENDS SOON! RESERVED SEATS 296-6241 STARTS TONIGHT! Perhaps Mtstroianni's greatest performance in llobe! Prize Winner Albert Camus'masterpiece! JSLBERf MiUS Â·=Â£ ANNA KARINA-BERKARD itIEff- JMQUES HOUR MIRACLE DR1VE-JN-600 W.GLENN 2ND SMASH WEEK CHILDREN 12 UNDER 50 Walt Disney all cartoon feature inspired by the RUDYARD KIPLING "Mowgli" Stories. 1 Book roe AovENn/HEs of A TEEN-ACE MOOKTAIN LIOWI WALT ,,. auntie, lonesome Cougar Ttotfrri \rurn ak TkMlrw Ariwu to Tlfil/cs Arizou aic flcaUw Ariuu lie TlrÂ»(jÂ« The performance was simply overwhelming. Marsh is technically brilliant, of course. What is remarkable about his astounding ability, however, is that he is devoid of mannerisms that might intrude between the composer's intention and the audience's pleasure. And speaking of audiences, the one last night seemed transfixed by Marsh's playing. It is a tribute to his artistry that it was one of the most rapt and attentive audiences to be seen in Tucson this season. Marsh received two curtain calls after nearly every selection he played, and, he responded to the audience's demands with flawless performances of Mendelssohn's "Song Without Words" and Chopin's Waltz in C Sharp Minor, and Chopin's F Major Etude Opus 10. THE GIRLS "Now everything is back from Paris ... words right out of that cookbook I brought Of course, there were a lot of French I had to just guess at." B FOXI UENa-visia 251SO.WIIMOTRD.-298-1886 WINNER 3RD. WEEK 7 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS! JOSEPH ELEVINEpttstma MIKE NICHOLS-LAWRENCE TURMAN 3-SHOWS DAILY 6:30-8:30.10:30 P.M. (OPEN 6:00 P.M.) BEST PICTURE BEST ACTOR BEST ACTRESS BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS BEST DIRECTOR BEST SCREENPLAY BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY This is Benjamin. He's a little worried about his future. Â·' THE GRADUATE ANNE BANCROFT,, DUST1N HOFFMAN - KATHARINE ROSS CALpERW!LLlNGHAM.,BUCKHENRY PAULSIMON SIMON^GARFUNKEL LAURENCE TURMAN MIKE NICHOLS TECHNICOLOR- PANAVISION" AM CUR.'.CCV IStrtllBt* *-,. r ,~~ AN EMBASSY PICTURES r.iL ADULT ENTERTAINMENT SST DRIVE-IN STARTS 1401 S. BELVEDERE / 795-1377 XAMIAIIT OPÂ£ N TONIGHT 6:45 I Bette Davis adds another portrait in evil as the most merciless mother of them all! mm ^^ r-^jx+?T- , BETH DAVIS THE ANNIVERSARY. SS8- SBSl $! I* Mi tut smut SHEILA HANCOCK Â· JACK HEOLEY - CHRISTIAN ROBERTS Â· JAMES COSSINS Â· ELAINE TAYLOR rÂ«sf!ij t JIMMY SANGSIER Â· Can t\ CtlÂ«-i Â· A Sina Mt-f.te.Ttt PruJctfiw lntHt*ViiiimlkBi Ciltitlrl"i Ungs " By merlca'sMDsi Famous swingers The Do's And Dqn'ts For The Married Man Who's Thinking Single -- or The Single Man. Who's Just Thinking! Â·AEU1DEFOR THE MARRIED MAN* ^7WALTER'"'"ROBERT INGER " /MAHHAU MORSE STEVENS FOXEre 17 WEST CONGRESS . 623-9491 Continuous From 1 P.M. Free Parking After 5 HELD OVER 4TH RECORD BREAKING WEEK WINNER OF 1 A ACADEMY 1U AWARD NOMINATIONS! COLUMBIA PICTURES presents a Stanley Kramer production Spencer i Sidney i Katharine TRACY I POITIER ' HEPBURN guess who's coming to dinner and fnlroducfng Katharine Houghton Music by DeVOLÂ»Written by WILLIAM ROSE Â· Produced and directed by STANLEY KRAMER ( Hear I lit film's Ml recording "The Glory of lm' and Ihs Colgems soumHraclTLPr] TECHNICOLOR" 'Magic Fountain' Show To Benefit Easter Seal A full-length animated film entitled "Magic Fountain" will be shown at the Fox Buena Vista Theater, 251 S. Wilmot, Saturday morning for the benefit of the Tucson Easter Seal Society. The children's program starting at 10 will include the showing of six cartoons and prizes. The proceeds will be used to help handicapped children and adults of Tucson. Mrs, Robert Matthews, 5615 N. Maria Drive, is the chairman of the event. The movie is part of the annual Easter Seal Drive, which is now in progress. The drive will continue until Easter Sunday and will include a door-to- door campaign. It is approved by the Tucson Fund Reviewing Board. Easter Seal services include a praschool for deaf and hard-of- hearing children, speech therapy, physical therapy and transportation for the handicapped in the society's vehicle, the handi- cab. OPEN 5:45--2 DAYS "LA TERCERA PALABRA" PEDRO INFANTE "TENGO 17 ANOS" COLOR-ROLIO DURCAL SDHMHINt, 01 SUUtHtHh IISlI ON SOfilH lOURlH... Caruso's ^ J R I Z Q N U S GIDtSr AND 434 N 4th AVf MA 2-9657 t+t INVIIAIION TO GOOD LAI INC, BO! W ^ MCRACU MIU X ll ' -fV Â«Â«-Â«Â»' GHOST ^jjf KANCJ] Restaurant OPEN EVEDYOAV 3 MEA1S NOGALES BUS SERVICE leave TUCSON for NOGALES 7:H- Â»:15, 11:15 A.M. * 11:15, 1:11, 3:30, S;6o, :3Â«, 1:11, ]|:M P.M. feave NOGALES for TUCSON 7lCÂ«, Â»:15, 11:10, 17:15 A.M. * IMS, Â»;Â«, 4:M, :W, l:\i, IÂ«:IS P.M. Ortyhevnd TwmintI 7*1-1*71 SHOWS AT 7:30 9:30 I'JTHE FEMALE... 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