Symphony to Perform Bloch Service
Ernest Bloch's "Sacred Serv-
ice," the first large-scale choral-
orchestral work written for the
synagogue by a major composer,
will be performed 8:30 p.m. Sat-
uraday by the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra in Ford Auditorium.
Leslie Guinn, baritone, and the
Rackham Symphony Choir will
join the orches-
tra, under Sixten
also led the or-
1880 and died in Portland, Ore.,
Leslie Guinn, who is making his
first appearance with the Detroit
Symphony, has performed in op-
era and in concert at the Brevard,
Chatauqua and Marlboro music
festivals and with many U.S. or-
The Rackham Symphony Choir
is conducted by Maynard Klein,
who is also director of choirs at
the University of Michigan.
Sena Jurinac, the renowned
Yogoslavian soprano, will be solo-
ist at the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra's opening Kresge Concert
of the season on Saturday evening,
Oct. 5. The concert will be given
in Ford Auditorium at 8:30 p.m.
Sixten Ehrling will conduct.
SINCE FRIENDS have found out chestra in Bloch's
that Sid Sachs did the layout and work.
This is the
art work for the Detroit Tigers
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he has been besieged for tickets
. . . But the only ticket he has is ance of the
eel em n• me I= mi
the one given to him by an fin- Bloch composi-
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sympathic policeman who didn't tion, com-
care when Sid told him his mind pleted in 1933.
was on finishing up the book .. . The text of the
No, the cop didn't ask for any Sabbath morn-
for baritone (cantor), chorus
MIKE SUMNER tells of the and orchestra is drawn from
MON. to THURS. 7 a.m.-9p.m. ,
Orthodox Jewish lady in Windsor
the Union Prayerbook for
who was deeply distressed when Jewish Worship, the official
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her only son fell in love with a prayerbook of English-speaking
girl with red hair, a turned-up Reform congregations. Bloch
nose and an Irish brogue . . . She himself wrote of the work that
grumbled about the situation for "in its great simplicity and va-
weeks, but one day turned up for riety, it embodies a philosophy
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her weekly poker game in high acceptable to all men."
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good humor . -. . "That girl my boy
Bloch was born in Geneva in ma ma ••
is making eyes at," she announced,
"is Jewish after all. I got a look
at her compact last night when
we all went to the movies together,
and there was her name plain as
day — HELENA RUBINSTEIN."
RICHARD FARBMAN, 4-year-
old son of Harold and Rose Farb-
man, watched his mother try on a
new dress ... "You sure are beau-
tiful," he said. "You look just like
WHILE SITTING UNDER t h e
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was anticipating in-law problems
already though her daughter only
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an out-of-state motorist and the of-
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DR. FELIX ROSENWACH re-
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