Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 13, 1975 · Page 81
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 81

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 13, 1975
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Wateh for These LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE (Repeat). "The Circus Man." Red Buttons guest stars as a one-man traveling circus and faith healer, whose "miracle medicine" almost kills Mrs. Oleson. 8 p.m. NBC. · 5) ffl ® (S). LUCAS TANNER (Repeat). "A Question of Privacy." Tanner finds himself in the middle of a delicate situation when fellow teachers Chuck and Donna confide that they are not married, though they are living together. 9 p.m. NBC. B ® w CANNON. (Repeat). "The Man Who Couldn't Forget." Cannon becomes involved with an attempted assassination and the search for a war criminal accused of World War II concentration-camp atrocities. 9 p.m. CBS. O CD MANNIX. (Repeat). "Design for Dying." When a case is too easy and the money too good, Mannix becomes suspicious. Barbara Rush and Dennis Patrick guest star. 10 p.m. CBS. PETROCELLI. (Repeat). "The Outsiders." The eldest son of a family of migrant workers is sent to San Remo for medicine and then is accused of slaying a drugstore proprietor. Mitch Vogel guest stars. 10 p.m. NBC. 0 (B (D (Q) O) »· BARETTA. (Repeat). "This .Ain't My Bag." Sent to posh Mount Chester to find a missing wife who is rich and beaqtiful, Baretta learns that the gardens are the only things that smell sweet iiMhe suburbs and yearns for his regular turf--the city's seamy street. 10 p.m. ABC. IB 3D 344.3637 ECONORENT COHiaNKITWNS OW. HEWITT CMP. SWIMMING POOLS -1975 DIVE! DON'T DRIVE IN 75 . V* J I · Anne Meara joins Tony Orlando for music and comedy at 8 p.m., Wednesday, July 16 on CBS- TV. ' Newport theme: American music COMPLETELY INSTALLED /' BELOW GROUND 40ft.x20ft.x8ft.KPiiCT, $5295.00 34 H. x 19 It. x 8 M. K» KIMEY $4895.001 32 ft. x 16 ft. 18 ft. DIP IKT. $4295.00 Pools lncl.~fihw-DivtlMnU«MH DO JT.YOUKaF.m4MUND,STia WALL VINYL $ lH(ttfOOlPKC.HLTfl-26ViH.»16Vii7ti.DEI By Harold C. Scbonberg (C) 1975 JV.Y. Times Newt Service NEW the Bicentennial, the next year and a half is going to see an America supersaturated in American music. A colossal commissioning program is under way, and the blanket covers everybody--young and old compos- . erSj avantgardists and conservatives, the established and the neglected. ·;'·-. Perhaps something even permanent may come out of so convulsive an effort. One hopes so. American composers.until recently have been a startling shift in orientation, and quondam avantgardists have been turning to a kind of romanticism somewhat analagous to the return of the figure in the world of painting. There also will be retrospectives of American music of the past. The neoromanticism that is so much in the air is including composers who" once were scorned. Gottschalk has made a revival; Scott Joplin has taken over the country; next may come MacDowell, the Harvard Classicists, the epigones of the 1920's. But of all the tributes that are going to be paid to America's musical past, it is hard to imagine a more unusual one than this summer's Newport Music Festival. The Newport Music Festival, now entering its seventh summer, has always dedicated itself to neglected music of the 19th century (American music included.) At Newport one could depend on hear- SHOW TIME, JULY 13,1975 ing music by such forgotten or neglected composers as Fesca, Reinecke, Moszkowski, Chaminade, Paul Viardot. Minor composers of the century passed in review, and the festival's contribution was unique. Great music? Of course not, though some of it was unusually attractive. What one did get was a picture of an age, just as one gets it in art while looking at Barbizon or Hudson River paintings. Museums all over America have minor American and European painters permanently on exhibition. But musical organizations neglect comparable manifestations in their world. That is what has made the Newport Music Festival so interesting and, indeed, irreplaceable. This summer it will run its usual 10 days from July ?4 through Aug. 3. As usual, there will be three concerts a day, all held in one or another of the great Newport mansions. The difference is that the festival will be entirely American. The few European composers on the program will be represented by music on an American theme. Example: A cantata named "Die Amerikanerian" by Johann Christoph Friedrich ,Bach. John Stran- ack, who is largely responsible for Newport programming, believes that this may be the first piece of music that specifically mentions America. J.C.F. Bach, the "Buckeburg" Bach, was one of the sons of the great Johann Sebastian. Another example: "Lindbergh's Flight," music by Kurt Weill to a text by Bertolt Brecht. But on the whole, foreigners make a slim appearance this year. 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