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25. 1966

?AGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER

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RHYTHMIC PRECISION:

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Philadelphia Chamber Group: Excellence

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By CLARENCE FANTO
Managing Editor
A double premiere greeted local
music lovers last night at Rack-
ham Auditorium. A new chamber
ensemble, the Philadelphia Cham-
ber Symphony, made a highly aus-
picious American debut.
Not only did the orchestra pre-,
sent a well-balanced program of
baroque compositions, but it of-
fered the world premiere of the
"Concerto for Chamber Orchestra"
by the American composer Benja-
min Lees.
The Lees work, strongly remi-'

niscent in spots of Samuel Bar-
ber's music, is a rhythmically
tense, powerful composition with
an immediate appeal. It will prob-
ably take a place in the repertory
as one of the finest contemporary
American compositions for small
orchestra.
The Philadelphia ensemble had1
already had an opportunity to
demonstrate itself as a highly
polished group which performed
with great clarity and precision
under the capable leadership of
Anshel Brusilow. The ensemble
has a particularly fine string sec-

tion which distinguished itself in introduction, followed by a lengthy performance of Jeremiah Clarke's
the Vivaldi Concerto Grosso in G section of melodic fragments Trumpet Voluntary, arranged by
major, "Alla Rustica," and the linked together by a strong rhy- Anshel Brusilow. The brief com-
Sinfonia in B-flat major by J. C. thmic foundation. position provided just the right
Bach. Both works, minor master- The slow movement reached touch to start off the concert with
pieces of the chamber reportory, heights of powerful lyricism with a flourish.
were given crystal clear, virtuoso a large amount of melodic varia- The program concluded with a
performances. tion, freely developed. The clos- rare performance of Cherubini's
In the Lees work, the orchestra ing movement, not quite up to the chambing Symphony in D, origin-
was in top form, with sharp at- quality of the first two, was in ally introduced to this counutry by
tacks and a tingling sense of rhy- rondo form and perhaps too long. the late Arturo Toscanini in 1936.
thmic accuracy. The work, spe- However, as an entity, the Lees Brusilow, using the Toscanini ar-
cially commissioned for the or- work is a memorable composition rangement of the work, conducted
chestra's pre-season tour through which deserves frequent perform- a highly spirited performance. The
Canada and the United States, ances in the nation's concert halls. orchestra once again played with'
opened with a mysterious, lyrical The concert opened with a fine marvelous accuracy and style,
Last night's premiere perform-
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tined to occupy a prominent place
amongthe nation's instrumental

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should be sent to Prof. Otto G. Graf,
Department of German, 1079 Frieze
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clinic at the Health Service, Tues..
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Make-up Final Examinations in Ger-
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Will be given Wed., Sept. 28 at 7:30
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Woodrow Wilson Fellowships: Nmi-
ntions for Woodrow Wilson Fellowships
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Oct. 31. Only faculty mf mbers may
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standing ability who are seniors, or
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Baptist Student Union, Devotional,
Tues., Sept. 27, 4:30 p.m., Conference
Room No. 1, Michigan League.
* a *
Graduate 'Outing Club, Hiking, Sun..
Sept. 25, Rackham Bldg., Huron St. en-
trance.
Gamma Delta, Sunday supper at 6
p.m., Sept. 25, followed by a lecture
by Hugh Reilly, a former Roman Cath-
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teaching Latin at Concordia, Ann Ar- 1
bor, at 6:45 p.m., 1511 Washtenaw, Uni-
versity Lutheran Chapel.
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p.m., open rush and speech by Prof.
Myers (political science): "Major
Changes in Russia Since World War II,"
Room 3C, Michigan Union.
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Lutheran Student Chapel, Sun., Sept.
25; 9:30 and 1 la.m. worship services,
9:30 a.m. Bible study led by Dr.
George Mendenhall, 6 p.m. supper fol-
lowed by speaker at 7 p.m., Dr. Armin
Grams of Detroit: "Psychology and
the Christian Faith," Hill St. at Forest
Ave.
Lutheran Student Chapel ,Mon., Sept.
26, 7 p.m., class taught by Rev. Yoder
on the teachings of the denominations
of the Christian Church, Hill St. at
Forest Ave.
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Guild House, Monday noon luncheon,
Ed Geffner: "The Rationale for the
Write-in," Sept. 26, 12-1 p.m., Guild
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work with federal regulation of elect.
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Bus. Ad. for life insurance sales and
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