Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1967 · Page 37
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 37

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Monday, April 3, 1967
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22 The Arizona Republic O Phoenix, Mon., April 3. tflfi? i ASU Concert Choir Charms Dolores Sparkles With $100,000 By WILLIAM J. NAZZARO The Concert Choir of Arizona State University presented its spring concert yesterday afternoon at Grady Gammage Auditorium. Considering the quality of the choir, as well as the quality of the music offered and the fact that the concert was free of charge, the audience seemed much too small. Nevertheless, those present heard expert performances of some lovely music. The ASU Concert Choir numbers about 50 students. It sounds full and clear, though richness is not what conductor David Secular aims for. He is a literal conductor, content to present the music more or less as written in as musical a way as possible. THERE WAS no vulgarity, nor was there very much imagination. It was straightforward musicmaking on an extremely competent level, even granted the singers were students. The program was unusually well thought out. It opened with an unfamiliar work, "Sing to The Lord a New Song," by Karl Korte, a Ford Foundation composer-in-residence at ASU during the 196465 academic year. The work, dedicated to the ASU Concert Choir, is energetic and enjoyable, modern but quite listenable. Basically conservative, it breaks no new ground but serves its purpose well. Fine Music On Radio KMEO, 9 p.m. — Chabrier Espana; Falla: Three-Cornered Hat; Turina: Sinfonia Sevillana. KTAR-FM, 10 a.m. - Rachmaninoff: Symphony No. 3. 11 a.m.—Mendelssohn: Quartet No. 4. 12:30 p.m.—Rubinstein: Piano Concerto No. 4; Nielsen: Symphony No. 3. 3 p.m. — Faust" highlights. 4 p.m. — Mendelssohn: Octet; Dvorak: Serenade. 5 p.m. — Bizet: Symphony in C. 6 p.m. — Moussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition. 7 p.m. — Schubert: Symphony No. 6; Brahms: A German Requiem. 9 p.m. — Beethoven: Symphony No. 6. 10:30 p.m. — Shostakovich: Quintet. 11 p.m. — Vaughan Williams: Symphony No. 9. 12 midnight. —Mozart: Trio No. 4; Beethoven: Quartet No. 9 ("Rasou- movsky No. 3"). H. S. Class of '57 Planning Reunion The South Mountain High •School graduating class of 1957 is planning a lOth-year reunion at 2 p.m. May 13 at Las Ra- irnadas in South Mountain Park. • There were 180 persons in the class. The reunion organizers are still trying to locate 100 of them. ; Lillian McDonough, 6026 W. Avalon Drive, is accepting reservations. Push Buttons For Weather WASHINGTON (AP) - The Hudson Institute, a nonprofit research center, predicts that Americans will be able to manufacture weather of their choice and decide before sleeping 1 what they want to dream about, j I The predictions appear in the! current issue of U.S. News & World Report magazine and are based on an analysis by the institute staff. Other forecasts by the institute are an increased use of underground buildings, chemical methods to improve memory and the ability to learn, two-way pocket telephones, and, for the housewife, robot servants around the house. THE REMAINDER of the first part consisted of works by Schubert, Schutz, Tele- mann and Handel. The Handel was his Fourth Chandos Anthem, complete with string quartet accompainment but it was the Telemann, "Werfet Panier auf im Lande" that made the greatest impression in this quarter. Delightful, playful music that charmed the ear and stopped just when one's interest began to wonder. The second section included music of Pablo Casals, Reger and Gretchaninof, all of which were delivered with precision and spirit. After the intermission, the choir sang two folk songs, "Dedication" by Paul Creston, and "Breezy Bach," an arrangement of the "Air on a G-String;" a group from the fine Broadway show, "Man of La Mancha," and concluded with the ASU alma mater. SUSAN MECHAM, soloist in "Moon-Messenger," a German folk song, disclosed a strong soprano voice with potential. She was right on pitch and sang with zest and taste. The ASU Concert Choir is an excellent small chorus and is a credit to the university. Yesterday's program showed what imagination and intelligence can do to make something familiar into something unusually arresting. By EARL WILSON i i NEW YORK-The B.W. and I I came out gushing after seeing "Sherry" — and while we loved Dolores Gray, Clive Revill and Elizabeth Allen up on stage, we also loved Dolores' husband Andrew Crevolin offstage . . . he bought Dolores a chinchilla opening wrap . . . "and I paid the last installment on her 2 1 - k engagement ring," he said. "The last Dolores installment was $25,000." Each of the first three payments also was $25,000. Dolores had that little bauble worth $100,000 around her .during the opening night performance and managed to slip it onto her finger for the final bow. At the party at La Fonda Del Sol, Dolores wore a crystal beaded gown that was beautiful and sparkling. "This dress is my mother's," Dolores said. Her mother, Barbara, died in '63. Crevolin, her husband, whose horse "Determine" won the Derby in '54, is a Californian with Texas and Chicago investments, and he also bought Dolores diamonds and ruby earrings, and just plain emerald earrings. 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