Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 26, 1952 · Page 6
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May 26, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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University Symphony Heard In Concert; Choir, Chorus Appear Tho University Symphony Or- i The spring ronrcrt hy the com- chestin concluded its flCHpnn nf binrrl A Oippella Choir and Uni- j i-nnct'rtK Saturday night v.'ith a voisiiy Chnrus was Riven in the, cnru'r-rtn prnfiram feuturirm tlie ! cum-crt hall nf the Fine Arts Cen- 1 Ri'HdufitinE fcrniors in the music t tcr yesterday afternoon. The audi- [ department. The program was ; torium was packed, and additional held in the concert hall of the ' chairs had to be hroueht in to ac- Fine Arts Center. I comm()datr the crowd. The first work was the concerto i I' 1 ' 0 A Cappolla Chair occupied for Trumpet by Haydn, ami it was ! 1nc first portion of the program, played hy Uoh Dunn. In this day i nncl presented a group of madrigals, and a R e" when the trumpet is motets, and folk songs ranjjine most often heard lietv.een the dy- | from 1'aleslrina's "O hone Jesn" namic levels of forte and forti:;i- ' n the Appalachian Air "Black is HID. it was refreshing to find a : "'· ( - : " 1 " r "' "'V True Move's performer who not only played : Hair." Director Herrold Headley sofllv hut also nhrasi'd miisiiv.lly ''' lhp Kroup. composed mainly of mid blended well w i t h the orchcs- Ira. An occasional tintfo nf fur/i- ness in the- tone was all that man'rd Mr. Dunn's otherwise excellent intcrprciation. music majors, through the num- hers with a marked degree of . firmness and clear articulation. i The Brahms' motel "O lleiland. i-cllcnt intcrprclation. !'' ciss rfie llimmel auf" appeared Jrta Weir, soprano, appeared lo lK1 ono " f tho highlights of the nr-xt as soloist in the aria, "Hoar pro-intermission hill-of-farc. The ye. Israel:" from flu- oratorio Eli- ! f " lk fn "H "Down Amone the, iah by Mendelssohn. The orches- UTM 1 Mc '"" al ' rt lhe Schuman j ira proviiled her with an unusual- "Holiday Son."," were both light] l.v sound ,-u.-t-ompanimenl. anil she ! ""'1 intnrrstins-The Sehuman is | turned in a pk'asinu performance, i William (t'le contemporary Arner- | Another composition from the I «'" composer) and . not liobert romantii- period followed as Mary I f' 1 " 1 German romantie composer). Anne Maddox. pianist, played the ! There were instances in the "Done first movement of the Concerto in I ·'"»" a "d the "Silver Swan" A minor by Orc.in. This work was i where the choir provided some first performed in 187!) .-ith the | unconvincing entrances, and the composer at the piano: however, it i blend was not always what it was in a ronlinu.-il stale of revi- i should have been. But, on the sinn riin-ini! Ihe remainder of his i whole the first portion of the pro- life, and it Is said that Grief! was | Wain went smoothly and proved still touching up the score when he riled In 111(17. Miss Maddox the value of thorough discipline ami training. look liberties with the tempos in ! Two larser v-orks comprised 1 ·eitain places, but the oxnci imen- '. the remainder of the program and i tation did not prove displeasinc, i were SUIIR by the combined A Ca- peUa C h o i r and University Chorus. A modern setting of the nd the cadenza (sans orchestra) was downright brilliant. Aflor intermission Penny nice, Mass Ordinary by Zoltan Kodaly ioprano, sang the aria, ·Tare, j was heard first. 7t is a powerful pace, mio din" from the opera The and absorbing composition wr!t- t-'orce of Destiny by Verdi. Miss Rice i.s a pastmaster at the art of word inflection; that, combined with her.excellent stage poise and nature musicianship equalled a lerformance true to the style of a Verdi opera aria. Furthermore, j ten in a modern harmonic idiom, hut i!s melodies are not arrid, and the dissonances were controlled and did not fall harshly on the car. For so larce ft flrotip O f 5 j n g_ ers the contrapuntal lines were hroupht out well, and the lack the orchestra turned a few neat of tenors was the only item which phrases itself in putting over the 'inposition. unbalanced the organization in any way. The entire composition The final number on the print- was accompanied hy Kenneth Os- ecl program was the Fi-anek "Sym- i borne, organist, and Ibe blend he- phonic Variations" plnyed hy j twecn singers and organ was most ·'ranees Townsend, pianist. This j filling. s ,1 composition notable both f o r ] The procram closed with the ts fine use of the variation form I "Festival Te Deum" hy Vau.chan nd for the skill with which the . Williams. Aside from the fact that ntorest is shared between piano } Hie prevailing dynamic seemed to ind orchestra. The orchestra en- '. no too loud, the choir and chorus ·ounlered some turbulent cbro- : sang with assuritv. breathed life natlc passages in this work, and ' mln the "folkish" melodies and ] is a result drew forth some inex- ' evidenced a high degree of finesse I ilicahle and unintended har- I in t1 " 1 phrasing, nonies. However. Mr. Tales' di- | Although this is the first year ectinc of this difficult number t lm Mr - Headley as conductor of vas outstanding, and Mrs. Town: choral music at the university, his | end's piano playing was warm ! decision to launch an ambitious nd absorbing. ' program in the very first recital The remarkable strides made bv . P ;t ' f ' n ff handsomely, and the he University Orchestra in the audience was thoroughly pleased last few years are due for the with tn " results, lost part to the niiisicianshm and ' BRUCE BKNWARI1 ihility nf its conductor Marx Tales, j ' """ is a parlini: gesture for the eve- j He is taking a year's leave to Jin- ini; the orchestra presented him : ish his doclorate. vith a gift of .several recordings, i BRUCE BENWARD SAFEWAY OUR PRICING POLICY Sufeway will meet the lowest advertised price of every competitor, item-by-item, day-byday, town-by-town, quality and condition of merchandise considered. Thru Wednesday Prices Effective Kraft's Velveeta Cheese Quick Frozen Steaks Alaska Red Salmon For Jellies and Jams -- Pen Jell or Sur-Jell Helm's Pure-Pork Sausage Golden Ripe South American Bananas 2-lb. 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