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March 25, 1994 - Image 95

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-25

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Johnny and Pete Ginopolis
and the employees of

Telling" and "The Lord is
Great," which fairly burst with
melody and enthusiasm, the
heavenly hosts celebrate and af-
firm the miracle of creation.
Virtually every work in the
massive Haydn canon overflows
. with a sense of melodic inven-
tion that makes the unexpect-
ed a rule of thumb and The
Creation is no exception. But
Die Schopfung also reveals
Haydn's genius as a tone
painter, as his vocal and or-
chestral writing become re-
markably expressive of specific
phrases of the text. Thus,
strings trill savagely to ap-
proximate the roars of lions,
Gabriel coos like the doves she
sings about in her aria that
opens Part II, and poor Raphael
must belch out a low D to ap-
proximate the creeping of a low-
ly worm. And when the light
shines at "Und der was licht,"
it does so on the most luminous
C-major chord imaginable.
Haydn was deeply affected
by the process of composing his
greatest oratorio. "I was never
so devout as when I was work-
ing on The Creation," he wrote.
At one performance, he is re-
puted to have acknowledged the
ovation by saying, "Not from me
— it came from above." Who are
we to argue?
Recommended: In Ger-
man; James Levine
(Deutsche Grammophon),
Neville Marriner (Angel
EMI), Leonard Bernstein
(Deutsche Grammophon)
and Joel Revzen (Albany).
In English; Robert Shaw
(Telarc), Simon Rattle (An-
gel EMI).

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Heartily Wish
Their Customers, Friends
And The Entire Community

DRUNK DRIVING DOESN'T
JUSTKILLDRUNKDRIVERS.

Nicholas Esposito, killed Oct. 13,
1989 at 8:25pm.
Next time your friend insists on
driving drunk, do whatever it takes to
stop him. Because if he kills innocent
people, how will you live with yourself?

A VERY HEALTHY
AND HAPPY
PASSOVER

FRIENDS DON'T LET FRIENDS DRIVE DRUNK.

25938 Middlebelt Rd. at 11 Mile Rd.
in the Mid-11 Plaza Farmington Hills

WISHING EVERYONE
A HAPPY PASSOVER

• BABY BACK RIBS
• CHICKEN PASTA ALMONDINE
• HOMEMADE PIZZA
• SALMON PATTIES

WE SERVE
BEER & WINE
476-1750

DAILY DINNER SPECIALS
From $5.95 - $8.95
DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS
From $3.25 - $4.95

Caw!

OFF
ANY

$19.95 Dinner For Two

WITH PURCHASE
OR ANOTHER ENTREE
EQUAL OR GREATER VALUE

You can save nearly $10.00 with our great early dining menu. During these
special times. choose any two dinner entrees up to a regular price of S 1 4.95 each
and pay only S 19.95.
Delicious decisions. Your choices include any of these sixteen entrees from our
regular menu listed below:

HOMEMADE
BREAD AND
RICE PUDDING

EARLY BIRD SPECIALS

Reg. Holy Mon.-Fd. 11-11
Sal. 8-10, Sun 8-3 p.m.

WV QUIT
141-11N DINING

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ENTREE

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• Expires 3/31/94
• Not good With Any
Other Coupons
• 1 Coupon Per Table

From Jewish Folk Poetry

Dmitri Shostakovich, argu-
ably the 20th century's great-
est symphonist, was
tremendously moved by the
Jewish music he heard in his
native Russia. "Jewish folk mu-
sic has made a most powerful
impression on me," he wrote. "I
never tire of delighting in it; it's
multi-faceted, it can appear to
be happy while it is tragic."
When the composer came
across a book of Jewish poems
that intrigued him, he began
setting them to music. Eleven
solos, duets and trios later, he
had created, From Jewish Folk
Poetry, one of the most haunt-
ing and expressive of all mod-
ern song-cycles. Set for a
soprano, alto and tenor in vary-
ing combinations, the songs
were originally scored for piano
accompaniment. They were or-
chestrated in 1964, 16 years af-
ter Shostakovich completed the
piano version.
The emotional richness of
these Russian-Jewish texts is
conveyed in music that is com-
pelling in all its aspects. Like a
CLASSIC JOY page 96

851-8222

27815 Middlebelt at 12 Mile • Farmington Hills

Sunday, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

■ Petite Cut Prime Rib
■ Standard Cut Prime Rib
■ Sizzling Mushroom Steak
■ Stuffed Filet Mignon
III Whiskey Peppercorn Top Sirloin
■ Brandy-Dijon Filet Mignon
■ Roasted Chateau Filet Mignon
IN Filet Mignon

■ Top Sirloin
■ Teriyaki Top Sirloin
■ Flame Broiled Sabnon
■ Grilled Swordfish
■ Tempura Shrimp
■ Shrimp Scampi Linguini
■ Lemon Herb Chicken
■ Teriyaki Chicken

So. join us for the $19.95 Dinner for Two early dining menu. Make your reserva-
tions any Sunday and save almost S 10.00 off the regular menu price!

Kingslep

Wish Everyone
A Healthy and Happy Passover

Woodward at Long Lake Road • Bloomfield Hills
313-642-0100

Italian Restaurant
Wish It's Customers & Friends

Early dining offer available on S19.95 Dinner for Two entrees only. Guests must be seated during
special early dining times. Offer Is limited to seating capacity of the building. Reservations are strong-
ly suggested and may be necessary to assure availability of seating. S19.95 Dinner for Two does not
include sales tax or gratuity. Not valid on holidays. for banquets or large panics of eight or more. or
with any other offers.

Valid at the Southfield location only.

Best
Wishes
For A
Happy
Passover

NTAIN
MAT CK'S.

PRIME RIB • CHOICE STEAKS

Southfield • 26855 Greenfield Rd. • 557-0570

'FREE DINNER'

With purchase of
a Dinner of Equal
or Gwater Value

A Very Healthful & Happy Passover

645

Offer Good After 3 PM

680-0066

E.

Big Beaver Road, Troy

Offer Expires
April 3, 1994

logo West 9 Mile Just East Of Coolidge, Oak Park

Hours: M-Sat 6 am-9 pm
Expires 4/1/94

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