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11 i voissaralw 00''' 4. ST. LOUIS I 110 tit 0 Ria CD) -V El EE 0 0 1111 I A 11111:17 IE) 0 41 DEMOCRAT 6F- SUNDAY, JUNE 199 1960 4.41;1' Oldest Fon Club' ne the Nelson Eddy Music Club, 'a CONCERT NOTES HOLLYWOOD which recently celebrated its e--- twenty-fifth year. the oldest movie fan clubs in The club makes a donation a. Lam-, a length of devoted adulation is dedication i svi I Ie tot fr he on cnceawsi or na doi of at nh de to charity each year in the 7- Globe-'''' sic Editor name of its idol.
This year a Ab the ties. "What's the mat- '---'4 --e-'4- television center, was given its 50- rp; ---N. LUICAS FOSS and WILLIAM ter?" she asked. "Don' $0 hi-fi set was given to te you ff', 't- ItS' ER SM A contemporary first performance on WAVE TV 0,, Oct. 23, 1959, and its first stage i-': .,,,...:1 like the other one?" Veterans Hospital at nearby Brentwood.
'''''if'e American composers, are paired iv performance in Columbia Au- CONGRATS TO William The club was formed back in on a COLUM- tr Studios illustrators designers the Northwest p- Bauer of the William Bauer the days when Eddy was to ditorium Oct 30 It was set' 41' BIA disc that iavi, et 'AA 'N, -eta :,..,:,7, the Mounties sing does much duced and directed by Moritz to 1 ,01411 Bomhd with cast- from the and engravers of Affton, who ing on horseback to Jeannette 11 'it advance te Kentucky Opera Association ar has been made a Life Mem- MacDonald. 4 the International hasti sags One of its members ass e' ern cause of mod American Orchestra. It is now with the and members of the Louisville tute of Arts and Letters, a that, despite the late, late show 4: music. It is same forces engaged, included ....::.7 ber of .:.,4444.4: '''''ti. very high honor indeed.
on TV, the club has no teen- -a 1: air part of a pro- in the orchestra's First Edition ,,,,1 problem with her teen-age son. agers. One member is a mkit 7. jected series record series. The story of the He wouldn't study and often Brigadier General.
by the record opera is too long to retell here; -e ff4 'IV' firm, and one it concerns a religious legend STa LOUIS, 4 can only hope of the middle ages, and it is -) 4 1: 7, that it will be most effectively sung here, MOST N144 Lukas Foss continued and with music and book adroitly i -7, expanded. As one composer adjoined. One's only regret is ttlloi: aa, FAMOUS ii has put it "American music that American composers of -r. Vial-. 4 '''4" gets published and performed opera RESTAURANT do not look closer to all over the world nowadays, home for their material.
While vaN'4, i 4 "lif iie a but the recording companies the "great American opera," -0 pretend it doesn't exist. And like the "great American nov- OPEN SUNDAY zals Si 7- .441: 1 recorded music gets vaster together it must be said that every year 'the backlog of un- el," still remains to be put ,,..4....... 4 4 4., Cohmbia is doing something to the novelists are far ahead of 11111111111111br i ..1 0 1., virro, reducethat backlog. In this the composers in their efforts 6435 instance, it Is string quartets. toward it.
I o'HIPPEWA I Mb 4.0 a 1011111111111- tisk I forms the initial effort of Mr sta. 41, The American Art Quartet per- TOP A ALSO inaugu- INIC a- ,4,,::1 ,.:,:4,: al 4.,., rates a new series of creative I -2 6 2 6 a 1.4, Foss in the form, and the Juil- VOODOO AND SUSPENSE in the Brazilian jungle involve a. lbums w)th the issuance of 1 the Bergsma Third Quartet. in "a ki 't ti 1 Flamenco." It was recorded Love," next attraction at Loew's State. Mr.
Foss, tall and rangy and ART EDINGER AT THE PIANO ORGAN a in Spain by Hispavox S.A., and a liard String Quartet negotiates the two History of Cante June Wilkinson and William Wellman Jr Mcumba therefore should have all the with an unruly mop of black hair. will be remembered here IN OUR TOWN GENE BARRY AND JACQUELINE JAMES for his guest-conducting a few authenticity anyone could ask. It HURFIY: 1 TicKETs Now ori seasons ago. He is, primarily, ascinating to listen to i is Kismet i Mondalt-Night pan3d Manolo Caracol i eorpeorfatoicrchwesotrrkasl: these songs, with guitar ac- By BOB GODDARD and a big group of state and EuRRy i SALE 1 companiment by Melchor De CLINT "CHEYENNE" local dignitaries. Construction i The string quartet was written Marchena, and it is equally WALKER has a flock of fans will begin immedi LA immediately on art MOOH TEMPLE, ARCADE BL DG.
1947, when he was only 23. 44Pr)L1tiagak or ANY SHRINER As Second Attraction however, cannot be brushed 0.14-t N'''Off as just the work of pre- faccinating to read the cu- but his num- mentary study by Prof. do M. in our bailiwick, ber one rooter Olympic-size swimming pool with bathhouse and refresh- e.411111 Caracol has ment stand, four-day camp cocious youth. It is well con- Garcia Matos is Mrs.
Cuba "lftliii. SHRINE4 just the voice and the emo- ashdemitienristurnaittisonwith building a day camp CIRCUS CEMICIII 0 At Municipal Opera. structed, with a lyric flow, and tional control for these songs. is played with fine blend and which call for evocations of tGeanrdvaenrt, at Al Aatl-. 3.
four softball diamonds, a general The 'Circus AND balance by the American Art grief, violent passion, heart- ton State Hos- A THE SECOND ATTRAC- stage the dances as they did ensemble. Mr. Bergsma, ache. The presentation here pital, and no sp.orts area, family picnic a area TION of its forty-second in 1956. the other hand, is much more is both realistic and hand- I and parking lot.
You're ll in- 1 a 4. MAMMOTH FIREWORKS season, Municipal Opera The story of "Kismet" is by individualistic in his quartet- vited to the ground-breaking ceremonies. will present "Kismet" Monday Charles Lederer and Luther 'ting Whatever he has ab- wrt some, and the album itself is li her ::.,4, NE 29 THAU till Ly 4 quite off the beaten track. son in law. V- iv evening for a week's run, all Davis.
It is based on the play sorbed from his illustrious il performances he quite Just heard about a teacher rmances beginning at 8:15 by Edward Knoblock which predecessors in this intricate CARYL CHESSMAN is gone ADM s. It will be the second Served Otis Skinner as a star- art he has transmuted by his but not forgotten. "Sounds of fond of him' u'he asked her fifth grade Children15c 10 RINGS STAGES 10 WORLD FAMOUS CIRCUS ACTS orest Park presentation of ring vehicle for many years own originality and inventive the Century" has released a too, off the musicl A "The Care of the Teeth." BOX Additional pupils to write a composition Reserved Seats 7ATS 51.25 Addi5c Extra PUBLIC SCHOOLS STADIUM the Arabian Nighfs a in- the role of Hajj. skill, his way with rhythm and 50 minute documentary disc screen a on well as on. Cuba Garver GROUND AND NOVELTY which closed the.
1956 season The score by Robert Wright melody and contrasts. The Juil- which contains the highlights One boy wrote. "See your DOWN pARA fc THE GREAT HUGINO EuriSEWS bard s' Dauntless Cannon Kind snot dentist often. Brush yeur IN Mu with a to run. and George Forrest is based also remembered here of this celebrated case, NV i Success hasn a tr a rniCht Howitzer THE SY- or superb performances in the a bit." says Cuba.
"I'e teeth in the morning and at poet will be plaed by Gene OUR AND VICTOR TRIOS Tram- The role of Ha 1 j.j, the On music the Russian corn developed into a fight against still has the quiet, amiable JUNE 27 nol. Tarublets. THE PAUL L0- Ethical series is ideal for die capital punishment I this re oser, Alexander i n. night. Keep an.
eve open for manner which was character- :Ls.NZTOHEIGRORUEAPTE Bergsma work, playing it clean shovers at the drinking foun- bats Jump Elepharils. MISS CARMEN arr ision a aster- By, tiv' Bt NI Among the more than a dozen cording. Chessman's voice was MORE THAN 2000 MARCHERS. in- Iv. triply.
propulsively. 'sale of him during his Younger in. CITA eluding all of Moolah uniformed boorbes WILD AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS son. The appearance will be exotic songs are "Stranger in obtained from a 1958 inter- days in Alton." Recalling the tarn. Band, El Koran Chanters.
HAWTHORNE I ANIMALS. Barry's first on the 'legiti- Paradise," "Baubles, Bangles HE LOUISVILLE orches- view. He talks about his case A all Patrol. Mounted TroOrti Retention Corn Letioatels. Panthers.
Zebra and Rus- days of the giant-sized actor's mittee. Arabian Kniallts. Hasshakers. Van WAltdops CAPT WILLIAMS' mate stage in a decade. His and Beads" and "And This Is with its commissioned se- crime, juvenile delinquency, POSIES TO the Tom Dailey Neon Liohted Scooters.
etc VISITING LIBERTY STALLIONS. Intricate growing-up era in Alton, when TEMPLES COMING HERE with Bands Maneuvers and Drills: CAPT. JAMES' last 'stage appearances were in My Beloved." All three songs ries, also continues its valiant and other subjects. Fan Club. handed over a are Mohammed Temple.
ebeor.a. III Kil- SEA LIONS, Jurolees Who Demand she used for rides with check for $1204.20 to the St. ti Band: Atnad Temple. East St. Louis.
Music: and Elenhants. Dose, Beam her daughter Lucile and Clint lunicipal Opera productions were on the Hit Parade for work in the cause of advancing who figured in the case also in. Ak Unite: Mirra Temole. Pittsbuca. Llamas.
Ponies. "Lady in the Dark" and months after the musical music. This time it are heard. The disc a pro- his old Model A Ford Cuba Louis Peregrine Societv the in Dixland Band Quartet: Abc dullah ie Kansas City. Kn asas.
Ori- AERIAL IRONTON DUO. Soanish tTeeith Sus- 'The Pink in In5o. opened its Broadway run of is BEATRICE: An Opera in duct of John Hart, radio news- says, He w.as always run- other day. The club raised toe ental Biricl. A.
at Band. Deratur, Bad Pensicn- THE WALLENDA FAMILv nnis Orirntal Band; Black Knihts r. Hie, psorme, misi nearly 6000 performances in Three Acts, with music by Lee man, and George Casey, free money at a king-size card par- Belleville. Illinois RIETT A Defies Death on a Steel Jacqueline ree ames will rep rung out of gas, but, undaunted, eat The melody of "Stranger Hoibv and libretto by Marcia lance writer, captures a bit tv. The Pereirine Society pro- THEME OF FAVORITE -LOOTS CHILDREN'ITTLE PEOPLETen Lit- POLES LOS VOLADORES.
I 1 in the 19a production of Xis Pole----Slide tor LES TRI -the role of Lalume she played he'd jump out of the car and ni Paradise" is from Borodin' push it for miles to a Nardi. based -on Maurice Mae- of contemporary history that filli vides surgical dressings, sick le Indians Man in the hicon Donald T-auese Marvels, AERIAL BALLET. Duck. Little Tin Soldiers. Jack to the Ballerinas: LES LEORIS t3 "In the Steppes of Central terlinck's "Sister Beatrice." may take on greater signifi- room equipment, dietary needs Bo, Delete's Saber Jet Sensatiori et." Beverly Allyson.
who station. Lucille and would Asia that of And This is The or commis cance in sta in the car hile Clint ran which the perspective of and the like for local rilavPd Tuntim last summer in ome t' --r GENE BARRY AND 'Kismet' Monday Night 6 As SeconclAttraction At Municipal Opera AS THE SECOND ATTRAC- TION of its forty-second season, Municipal Opera will present "Kismet" Monday evening for a week's run, all performances beginning at 8:15 -o'clock. It will be the second Forest Park present3tion of the Arabian Nighfs musical which closed the 1956 season with a two-week run. The role of Hajj, the hear-poet, will be played by Gene Barry, television's Bat Masterson. The appearance will be Barry's first on the 'legitimate stage in a decade.
His last stage appearances were in Opera productions "Lady in the Dark" and ''The Pink in In 5o. Jacqueline James will repeat the role of Lalume she played in the 1955 production of "Kismet." Beverly Allyson. who played Tuptim last summer in 6F iT JACQUELINE jAMES stage the dances as they did in 1956. The story of "Kismet" is by Charles Lederer and Luther Davis. It is based on the play by Edward Knoblock which served Otis Skinner as a starring vehicle for many years in- the role of Flajj.
The score by Robert Wright and George Forrest is based On music by the Russian corn, poser, Alexander Borodi n. Among the more than a dozen exotic songs are "Stranger in Paradise," "Baubles, Bangles and Beads" and "And This Is My Beloved." All three songs were on the Hit Parade for months after the musical opened its Broadway run of nearly 6000 performances in 1953. The melody of "Stranger in Paradise" is from Borodin's "In the Steppes of Central Asia," that of "And This is CD CONCERT NOTES By F. A. KLEIN Globe-Democrat Music Editor LUICAS FOSS and WILLIAM BERGSMA, contemporary American composers, are paired on a COLUM BIA disc that does much to advance cause of mod- ern American -4 music.
It is part of a projected series by the record firm, and one can only hope that it will be Lukas Foss continued and expanded. As one composer has put it: "American music gets published and performed all over the world nowadays, but the recording companies pretend it doesn't exist. And every year the backlog of unrecorded music gets vaster:" Cohmbia is doing something to reducethat backlog. In this instance, it Is string quartets. The American Art Quartet performs the initial effort of Mr.
Foss in the form, and the Juilhard String Quartet negotiates the Bergsma Third Quartet. Mr. Foss, tall and rangy and with an unruly mop of black hair. will be remembered here for his guest-conducting a few seasons ago. He is, primarily, a composer of orchestral, choral.
and operatic works. The string quartet was written 1947, when he was only 23 ARA however, cannot be brushed as just the work of precocious youth. It is well constructed, with a lyric flow, and is played with fine blend and balance by the American Art ensemble. Mr. Bergsma, on the other hand, is much more individualistic in his quartet-writing.
Whatever he has absorbed from his illustrious predecessors in this intricate art he has transmuted by his own originality and inventive skill, his way with rhythm and melody and contrasts. The Rillliard, also remembered here for superb performances in the Ethical series, is ideal for die Bergsma work, playing it cleanly. crisply, propulsively. THE LOUISVILLE orches- with its commissioned se. ries, also continues its valiant work in the cause of advancing music.
This time it is BEATRICE: An Opera in Three Acts, with music by Lee Hoiby and libretto by Marcia Nardi. based on Maurice Maeterlinck's "Sister Beatrice." which was LE SUNDAY, JUNE 199 1960 isville on the occasion of the dedication of its new radio and television center, was given its first performance on WAVE-TV Oct. 23, 1959, and its first stage performance in Columbia Auditorium Oct. 30. It was produced and directed by Moritz Bomhard with cast- from the Kentucky Opera Association and members of the Louisville Orchestra.
It is now, with the same forces engaged, included in the orchestra's First Edition record series. The story of the opera is too long to retell here; it concerns a religious legend of the middle ages, and it is most effectively sung here, with music and book adroitly adjoined. One's only regret is that American composers of opera do not look closer to home for their material. While the "great American like the "great American novel," still remains to be put together, it must be said that the novelists are far ahead of the composers in their efforts toward it. TOP RANK ALSO inaugurates a new series of creative albums w)th the issuance of the two-disc "History of Cante Flamenco." It was recorded in Spain by Hispavox S.A., and therefore should have all the authenticity anyone could ask.
It is fascinating to listen to Manolo Caracol interpret these songs, with guitar accompaniment by Melchor De Marchena, and it is equally faccinating to read the documentary study by Prof. M. Garcia 'Matos. Caracol has just the voice and the emotional control for these songs. which call for evocations of grief, violent passion, heartache.
The presentation here is both realistic and handsome, and the album itself is quite off the beaten track. CARYL CHESSMAN is gone but not forgotten. "Sounds of the Century" has released a 50 minute documentary disc which contains the highlights of this celebrated case, which developed into a fight against capital punishment. In this recording. Chessman's voice was obtained from a 1958 interview.
He talks about his case, crime, juvenile delinquency, and other subjects. who figured in the case also are heard. The disc. a product of John Hart, radio newsman, and George Casey. free lance writer, captures a bit of contemporary history that may take on greater significance in the perspective of 0 171 VOODOO AND SUSPENSE in the Brazilian jungle involve June Wilkinson and William Wellman in "Macumba Love," next attraction at Loew's State.
IN OUR By BOB GODDARD CLINT "CHEYENNE" WALKER has a flock of fans in our bailiwick, but his number one rooter is Mrs. Cuba Garver, an at- tendant at Alton State Hospital, and no wonder! her son in law. it She's quit fond of him, too, off the TV screen as well as on. Cuba Garver Success hasn't changed a bit," says Cuba. "Ve still has the quiet, amiable manner which was characteristic of him during his younger days in Alton." Recalling the days of the giant-sized actor's growing-up era in Alton, when she used to go for rides with her daughter Lucile and Clint in his old Model A Ford, Cuba says, ''He was always running out of gas, but, undaunted, he'd jump out of the car and push it for miles to a filling station.
Lucille and I would stay in the car while Clint ran Ls TOWN and a big group of state and local dignitaries. Construction will begin immediately on an Olympic-size swimming pool with bathhouse and refreshment stand, four-day camp shelter units with a day camp administration building, four softball diamonds, a general sports area, family picnic area and parking lot. You're all invited to the ground-breaking ceremonies. Jo, 4 Jo, 4 Just heard about a teacher who asked her fifth grade pupils to write a composition on "The Care of the Teeth." One boy wrote. "See your dentist often.
Brush your teeth in the morning and at night. Keep an eve open for shovers at the drinking fountain." POSIES TO the Tom Dailey Fan Club. which handed over a check for $1204.20 to the St. Louis Peregrine Societv the other day. The club raised the money at a king-size card party.
The Peregrine Society provides surgical dressings, sick room equipment, dietary needs and the like for local home free of charge. ATEERO Oldest Fan Club' HOLLYWOOD of the oldest movie fan clubs in length of devoted adulation is the ties. "What's the matter?" she asked. "Don't you like the other one?" CONGRATS TO William Bauer of the William Bauer Studios, illustrators, designers and engravers of Affton, who has been made a Life Member of the International Institute of Arts and Letters, a very high honor indeed. problem with her teen-age son.
He wouldn't study and often ST. LOUIS' MOST FAMOUS RESTAURANT I OPEN SUNDAY wow 6435 rrfdliojoil Nov CHIPPEWA 9 FL 1-2626 ukfiltitC9 I 0- ART EDINGER AT THE HURRY "OSIU'u The, Carfus 1 ithIsPu 41 MAMMOTH 'JUNE 29 THRU ADM. Children Mc Reserved Seats 75c Extra BOX 51.25 Additional PARAF JUNE 27 MORE THAN 2000 MARCHERS. including all of Moolah uniformed bodies t00-plero Band. El Koran Chanters.
Patrol. Mounted Tr000i Retention Committee. Arabian Knights. a sh Neon Lighted Stooters. etc VISITING TEMPLES COMING HERE with Bands are Mohammed Temple.
eor.a. Kline Band: Ainad Temple. East St. Louis. III Unite: Mirza Temole.
Pittsburg. Dixieland Band Quartet: Altodullah Kansas City. Oriental Band. Ansar Band. Decatur.
nnis Orirntal Band: Black Knights Band. Belleville. Illinois THEME OF FLOATS CHILDREN'S FAVORITE LITTLE PEOPLETen Lit II. Indians Man in the hi Donald Duck. Little Tin Soldiers.
Jack in the Box the Nelson Eddy Music Club, which recently celebrated its twenty-fifth year. The club makes a donation to charity each year in the name of its idol. This year a $500 hi-fi set was given to Veterans Hospital at ncarby rentwood. The club was formed back in th days when Eddy was in the Northwest Mounties singing on horseback to Jeannette MacDonald. One of its members says that, despite the late, late show on TV, the club has no teenagers.
One member is Brigadier General. PIANO ORGAN MOOLAH TEMPLE, ARCADE BLDG. or ANY SHRINER CEMCOl0 AND FIREWORKS JULY 4 10 RINGS STAGES 10 WORLD FAMOUS CIRCUS ACTS PUBLIC SCHOOLS STADIUM GROUND AND NOVELTY THE GREAT HLGINO uraiWs Dauntless Cannon Kin2 alsot sayssara a rniCisty Howitzer THE SYNDER AND VICTOR TRIOS TramnoIi. Terublecs. THE PALL LORE NZO TROUPE.
DIVISO Somersault-THE GREAT TEN RODOS, Acrobats Jump Elephants. MISS CAR al ENCITA WILD AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS MAWTHCRNE WILD ANIMALS. Leroaeds. Panthers. Zebra and Russian Wolfcloas CA PT WILLIAMS' LIBERTY STALLIONS.
Intricate Maneusees and Drills: CAPT. JAMES' SEA LIONS, Juoolers Who Demand PA usic and Elenhants. Doak Bean. Llamas. Ponies.
AERIAL ISION701.4 DUO. Spanish tTeeth Susansicn THE WALLENDA FAMILY. Ten Hish Wire Performers. MISS I ETT A Defies Death on a Steel Pole----Slide tor LES TRI POLES LOS VOLA OGRES. Elyiriip T-aaesa Marwls AERIAL BALLET.
Beauttful. Ballerinas: LES LEORIS Belgian Saber Jet Sensaf.eui I commissioned by WAVE, of Lou the years. St. Louisan and an instructor of piano at Washington University. While a student at the university, she performed as soloist in a concert series and was presented in recital by the Artist Presentation Committee.
In 1957, she was awarded, a Fulbright scholarship for a year of study in Oslo, Norway. and made a concert tour of Northern Norway under auspices of the United States Embassy. Before returning. she studied at the Conservatoire Americain in Fontainebleau. France, with Nadia Boulanger.
Clifford Curzon and Robert Casadeus. Hoffman recently completed his eighth season as conductor and musical director of the vancouver, B. Symphony Orchestra. Born in New York, he studied at the Juilliard School of Music and conducted the school's chamber orchestra. In 1949 and 1950 he was musical director and conductor of the Martha Graham Dance Company and for the last several seasons has been a guest conductor at Grant Park in Chicago.
which she has appeared Include "Fanny." "Plain and Fancy," "Wish You Were Here," "Guys and Dolls," "Most Happy and "West Side Story." She has been a soloist with Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians and has appeared extensively on television. MUSIC STUDY SPECIAL COURSES for Teachers of Piano and School Music beside it. pushing it along like a boy with a scooter." Clint and his wife and 10-year-old daughter, by the way, are in Alton over the weekend for visits with the homefolks. It happened at the Ambassador Kingsway swimming pool. A lady guest called noolside and asked the attendant if it was permissible to brine down a cake of soap.
"Certainly," came the joking reply, and down tame the who marched to the pool and pie-pared to bathe. The attend- ant stopped her, though, before she got in a lather. HEAR TELL the Jewish Community Centers Association is planning a real whingding for Tuesday afternoon when it breaks ground for outdoor recreational facilities to be constructed on JCCA's 108-acre site at Lindbergh and Shuetz roads in the county. On hand for the program, which starts at 2:15: Vice President Nixon; Gene "Bat Masterson" Barry. way 1 I .000 Little Symphony to Open Summer Season Friday LIGHT GAY ENTERTAINMENT A grtlitel lilt' 'x -rs Air Theatre in Forest Park ''7' ALWAYS 5000 RESERVED SEATS AT 756 and $1.25 Complete Air-Conditioning for Your Comfort Bo comfort able' Coo dressed as sou like: Express bus service from ell parts of the city direct to main oritraeceFrce Parlurp fo 5000 pars! AT TIME TONIGHT PECCIY 114MG VintlitillA GIIISON kk 6 ARY WICKES HOWARD JOHN GAY ENTERTAINMENT 1 ng9rit liLti'urcuH: Air Theatre ALWAYS 5000 RESERVED SEATS AT 756 and S1.25 too Complete Air-Conditioning for Your Comfort Bo comfortable' Come dressed as sou like: Express bus service from all parts of the city direct to math eetrabeeFrce Parities for 5000 cars! TONIGHT AT TIME KING VintlIVIA GIBSON (L WICKES HOWARO in mMxT 111111E111Lb licrtirmicao aGmatord in in Forest Pit My Beloved" from his Quartet No.
'2. won several awards during its Broadway run. Included were the Outer Circle award as the year's hest musical, a special Donaldson award for the year's best musical score, and Antoinette Perry award to Lederer and Davis for the book and another Perry award for the musical arrangements. The story of "Kismet" transpires in Old Baghdad, wheke Hajj is a favorite beggar P4- sessed with special powers. Marsinah, his beautiful daughter, is of marriageable age.
She falls in love with the wealthy Caliph, who represents himself to her only as a gardener. The corrupt Wazir of Police is in need of money to repay funds he ha-s stolen from the public coffeis. His favorite wife, -Lalurrie, who matches him in craftiness. finds a way the Wazir ct get the needed money. After Marsinah disappears, Hajj finds her as a member of the Wazir's harem and, calling on his special powers, is able to dissolve Marsinah's marriage to the Wazir so she can become the wife of the Caliph.
Before his first Municipal Opera appearances and before he turned to television to become known to millions of viewers as Bat Masterson, Barry was a rising baritone with several Broadway sue, cesses to his credit. Among the musicals in which he appeared were "Rosalinda," an adaptation of "Die Fleder and "The Merry Widow." He also has appeared in several dramatic stage attractions and in more than 20 motion pictures. Among them were "Hong Kong Confidential," "China Gate," "War of the Worlds" and "Atomic City." Miss James made her first Municipal Opera appearance in 1955 as Miss Adelaide in "Guys and Dolls" and played the role again in 1957. During 1 wM It cancer patients Chuckle from Lynch and Hart's Sales Talk: A woman gave her husband two neckties for his birthday. That night as they dressed for company, he put on one of 40-Mile DAY TRIPS 10 one to 4 pot Every JOHNNY POLZ1N'S BAND SAT.
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TOMORROW NIGHT at 8:15 The Glorious, Spectacular, Song-Filled alitance of Old BaghdadGreater Than Ever STARRING TV's "BAT MASTERSON" 5 ENDS SUNDAY. JUNE 26 (2tteft of IN" I 1 I IHE Little Symphony Or- chestra will open its summer series of concerts Friday evening at 8:45 o'clock in Washington University Quadrangle. Irwin Hoffman will begin his second season as permanent conductor. As for the past 25 years. Max Steindel.
resident conductor, will serve as personnel manager. Vivian Wilkerson pianist, will be guest soloist at the opening concert. She will play Hindemith's Theme and Variations for Piano and Orchestra. The program will include the Vivaldi-Siloti Concerto in Minor and Beethoven's Symphony No. 4.
Other soloists this season will be Stuart Canin, violinist, July Jan Cherniavsky, pianist, July Ralph Votapek, pianist, July 15, and William Steck, violinist; Gerald Kagan, cellist, and Leo Sirota, pianist, July 22. The sixth concert will feature the Mozart Requiem Mass for Chorus, Orchestra and Soloists. Miss Wilkerson is, a native the 1958 season, she portrayed Scharwenka in "Roberta" and Janice Dayton in "Silk Stockings." Last season she had the leading role of Ella in "Bells Are Ringing." Miss Allyson appeared on Broadway in "The King and and on tour in "Kiss Me Kate." Other musicals in SUMMER I.OLIE,,M11,11Y In il lifo also starring A. salttortolrol our IA mire also starring JACQUELINE JAMES with BEVERLY ALLYSON JAMES KING EDMUND LYNDECK SHIRLEY DE BURGH RON LEWIS MARLENE DELL Music Under the Stars Buy Season Tickets Now and Save! LITTLE SYMPHONY CONCERTS SEASON TICKETS: $7.50, CHAIR; $4.80, GRASS Washington University Quadrangle First Concert Friday, June 24, 8:45 P.M. Irwin Hoffman.
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