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3, 1967

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY

MUSIC
.ay Festival Performances Spoty,
espite Roster of Famous Soloists

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Yoshinori Murakami, staff member,
A StudentUnion, Waseda University, Ja-
pan. May 2-5.
Mario Sstenssoro, pianist contempor-
BULLETIN ary and electronic music, Bolivia, May
2-5.
James Wykes, director of Educational
The Daily Official Bulletin is an TV of Inner London Authority, England,
official publication of the Univer- May 3.
sity of Mienigan for which The Dr. Murad El-Abd, Alexandria Univer-
Michigan Daily assumes no editor- I sity, Egypt, May 7-9.
ial responsibility. Notices should be

By R. A. PERRY Concert for Orchestra, the "Phil-
this year's May Festival adelphia.Sound"-luscious strings
t an unqualified artistic always rounding off edges-vitiat-
cannot be blamed on Gail ed the energy and sharpness of
executive director of the Bartok's brilliant composition. Nu-
ity Musical Society. Book- ance and interplay of the con-
nsts that would even make certant instruments were clear and
New York 1concertgoers controlled, but were too softened,
.ert, Rector presented such especially in the scherzando and
tional musical stars as Ga- finale. This edge so indigenous
shnevskaya, Mstislav Ros- and necessary to Bartok's music
ch, Van Cliburn, Mildred simply is not the forte of the
nd Veronica Tyler. Philadelphia Orchestra.
heard were Giuseppe Cam- Completing the first concert,
Valdie Anderson and the Madame Vishnevskaya sang arias
it bass, Ezio Flagello. For by Verdi. Puccini and Tchaikov-
ty-second consecutive year, sky. Although hot as relaxed and
Iladelphia Orchestra per- thus not as open-voiced as she
at these five festival con- may be found on records, the Rus-
'he University Choral Un- sian soprano proved that she
led their vocal efforts. In possesses one of the most beauti-
4r. Rector's May Festival ful. and most intelligently control-
up to four days of concen- led voices being heard today. She is
and enthusiastic music- firm and full anywhere on the
r of high quality. scale and at every dynamic level.
first concert opened with Tatiana's Letter Scene from "Eu-
cription of a Bach organ gene Onegin" emphasized the dra-
glia and Fugue. If one does matic credibility the singer strives
id having tight, interweav- for and achieves. The sound which
des fattened and separated Vishnevskaya produces is round
L beautiful woman exper- and velvety, and her pianissimos
middle-aged spread), then are especially exquisite.
ght well be awed, by the The second concert began with
is tones that Ormandy ex- Vivaldi's "Magnificat" for solo
from his orchestra. voices, chorus and orchestra. Not a
ring over to the Bartok terribly inspired piece, it lacks

both' the the sublimity of Bach's
sacred choral works and the ban-
ter and ingenuity of Vivaldi's own
instrumental pieces. Veronica Ty-
ler and Mildred Miller sang their
ornate and lofty arias in a stud-
ied, but clear manner. If any-
thing, the piece made one wish

orchestra who provided a lively
if shaggy accompaniment.
In the third concert, Ormandy
presented William Schuman's
"New England Triptych," a piece
notable for its lack of musical
invention, Ravel's Suite No. 2
from "Daphnis and Chloe," the

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 3

Placement
ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Students and Alumni-12 hours with
the U. of M. is sufficient to register
with the Bureau of Appointments. Come
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tories. current openings, company and
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& radio commercials, some newspaper sion, Detroit, Mich.-4 .types of posi-
layout. June starting. Journ major, or tions. 1. Mktg. Analyst-BA, pref. MA
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penses. Degree not req.. some college old. BA, MA in Phys. Ed., minors in
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SPRING& SUMMER
PLAY"BILL.1967
UNIVERSITY PLAYERS

that Miss Tyler had been given impressionism of which is perfect 17, test date June 17. These resume
more exposure in the Festival, for the Philadelphia style, and General Noti ces monthly in Sept. Applications at Bu-
The most that can be said for Mozart's Symphony No. 35, in reau._
the University Choral Union is which Ormandy again softened the Student Government council Approval
contours of what was otherwise of the folinwing student sponsored POSITION OPENINGS:
that they were serviceable. Lester graceful and lucid playing. events becomes effective 24 hours after Located in the Ann Arbor Area -
Mcsoy, the ChOgusmaster, has ef- gV the publicautor of this notice. All pub- These jobs have been received by mall
Terminating the concert, Van licity for these events must be with- and phone since April 9, complete ap-
fected only what may be called a Cliburn turned in a cold, dispas- helduntil the approval has become ef- plication data may be obtained by call-
purity of blandness. sionate,. and dull performance of rfective sing the Bureau, General Division, 764-
Approval request forms for student 7460.
The chorus had no definition, Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 2. sponsored events are available in Room Nearby Automotive Plant-Laboratory
no direction, no force and certain- One could not question his grace- 1011 of the SAB. Technician in Quality Control Dept.,
ly no style. The four sections could ful and precise technique (though Sigma Pi ,raei, L dc chem. & electrical labs, New grad or
barely be differentiated, the ten- there were wrong notes), but his Set 89, Bl din, 9 tor1rp.m alumni physics or chem. major with
barey bediffrentated theten-Theta Dealta Chii Interfraternity (some electrical coursework or exper,
ors being especially nondescript, detachment could only be seen as Council, Lawn dance: Sept. 15, 1967, 700
Producing a broad wash of mono- the anti-thesis to Rostropovich's S. State St., 8 to 12 p.m. Local Research Center-Research As-
Prodcin abrad ash f mno-Delta Sigma Phi, Korean orphans drive sistant, 2 openings. Prefer woman with
chromatic sound, the chorus was involvement. mixer: Nov. 10, 1967, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. some college with math or stat. courses,
neither off or on the note, but Verdi's Manzoni Requiem filled preferably degree in Soc.S e q. Psych..
somewhere equidistant around it. the fourth Festival concert. The ,some programming experience, other
The second concert closed with piece suffered from a very ap- Foreign Visitors will train in programming.
the most memorable performance parent lack of rehearsals: there Adjoining County Health Department
of the Festival: Rostropovich's was no coherent concept of the The following foreign visitors can be -Public Health Engineer, starting June
playing of the Dvorak Cello Con- work, many subtlties were ignor- reached through the Foreign visitor 1. Chief of environmental health ee-c
playng f th DvrakCell Co- Pogras Ofic, 76-218.tion of dept. Water, sewage, food cani-
certo. This muscular and confi- ed, and Thor Johnson had trou- Dr. Helen sidaros, obstetrician, Egypt, tation, solid waste, air, and water re-
dent rendition came from an artist ble keeping the orchestra and the April 26-June 15. sponsibilities, independent judgment
thoroughly fused with his instru- soloists together. Still, the Req- Dr. Rafael Laliga, dentist, Spain, April and plan all areas of growth.
ment; not one note was gratui- uiem is so beautiful, so sublime, so 27May 5
tous or perfunctory. The fervor involving a work, that it defies
spread to Thor Johnson and the destruction. IL k..,. ,-.t 1 7 0DPAM
ShI t.JY I.J 3 5 7J 9/ P .'I.I

W Drug Increases L
Experimentation o
By SUE A. IANNI be occasionally used to stimulate'
circulation by reducing heart and
re dumb bunnies, please! body inhibitions and increasing
nes Papsdorf of the psy- blood pressure.
department is making The drug aids learning and
today's forward-looking memory consolidation by reducing
not only smarter and less inhibition in the central nervous
than before, but more system. It causes the memory
as well, with an eye for trace to last longer by prolonging
tppliances- the period during which the neu-
y 6, Roger Cholewiak, '67, rons fire. Ilene Siegler, '68, an
s main research assist- assistant in Papsdorf's laboratory
read a paper at the last semester, believes that the
rn Psychological Conven- drug may be useful in helping'
hicago describing a series senile p e o p 1 e improve their
s designed by Papsdorf to memories.
e the effects that the syn- When given random stimuli, the
rug strychnine sulphate strichnine animals seem to learn

earning
n Rabbits
fasten Papsdorf suggested that
actually this is a sensitivation re-
sult. Papsdorf defined sensitiva-
tion as the "increased probability
of a response to a non-associative
factor." Because strychnine excites
the entire system, hypertension,
and not learning, is being dis-
played in this particular case.
The magic of modern science,
however, seems to have disrupted
nature in the majority of the ex-
perimental rabbits. Cholewiak re-
ports that they do not mate as
well as they did previously.
Whether strychnine or the electric
shock is to blame has not yet been
determined.

Madame Vishneyskaya sang
grandly, though a bit too dramat-
ically. Contralto Mildred Miller
seemed timid and unconfident in
her part. Giuseppe Campora, the
tenor, threw his heart Into his
part like a choirboy, but his voice
could not follow his desires into
the higher regions. Bass Ezio Fla-
gello was calm, dignified and stir-
ring, especially in the Confutatis.
All are to be congratulated for
undertaking this work.
An all-Brahms program, con-
sisting of the first and third sym-
phonies and the Academic Festi-
val Overture was the fare for the
fifth and final concert.
The Seventy-fourth annual May
Festival was a gift to the Ann Ar-
bor community. Though its quality
was spotty, it was always engaging
and musically enjoyable.
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