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Wednesday, November 20, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Carlos Montoya:
Flamenco master
By STEVE ROSS
Carlos Montoya, the father of modern Flamenco guitar,
returned here triumphantly last night in a recital sponsored by
the University Musical .Society, at Power Center.
Time has not diminished Montoya's ability, although it may
have affected the aging musician's stamina. His fingers flew
over the strings as he masterfully strummed every note. The
artist and his instrument appeared to be one.
Montoya started out quickly dazzling the audience with his
guitar work. The audience was struck with the freshness of the
Flamenco guitar. Montoya played mandolin-like trills on two
pieces, Algerias and Tarantas.
After the first intermission Montoya played Cancion Del
Norte, a mixture of Celtic and Galiciatic melodies which was
supposed to remind the listener of bagpipes. The Flamenco music
evoked bullfights more easily than bagppies.
Montoya's variations after the second intermission made it
interesting. He substituted Allegro Rosa for the third piece, Jota.
In the most well executed piece of the evening, Saeta, Mon-
toya made his guitar sound like a snare drum, creating a
parade atmosphere.
Montoya gave a masterful performance. By becoming one
with his guitar, he was able to convey emotions which the
audience could easily comprehend. They responded by giving
him two standing ovations.

SM opera
opens with
children's
classic
The music school will open its
1974-75 opera season at Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater Thursday
night with Engelbert Humper-
dinck's classic "Hansel and
Gretel."
The production, which has
been called "the Peter Panhof
grand opera" is based on the
familiar Grimms' fairy tale of
the wicked witch in the ginger-
bread house who has a sweet
tooth for small children.
Curtain time for "Hansel" is
8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and
Saturday nights and 2 p.m. Sun-
day.
Tickets are $3.50 each (sea-
son passes go for $9) and can
be obtained at the Mendelssohn
box office between 12:30 and 9
p.m. today and from 12:30 and
8 p.m. Thursday through Sun-
day.

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food

clam sauce hotdog-bean casserole
1 can minced clams (can be A semi-elegant ,ariation on
found near the tuna fish in that old time favorite franks and
most stores) beans.

1 stick butter
Diced onion
Diced celery
Dried parsley,
Oregano
Pepper
Garlic salt
1 bay leaf
Spaghetti or other type of
macaroni.
I find this especially good on
sea shell macaroni.
While macaroni is cooking,
melt the butter. Drain most of
the liquid from the can of clams
and add to butter. Add celery
and onion, and dashes and
pinches of spices. Add bay leaf
and simmer over a low light un-
til noodles are done. Remove
bay leaf andserve sauce over
macaroni.

4 hotdogs
1-16 oz. can of baked beans
Diced onion
Bacon (if you can afford it)
1 tablespoon catsup
1 tablespoon brown sugar
1 tablespoon horseradish
Brown onion in butter. If your
food budget includes bacon, try
a couple of strips. Place beans
in casserole dish. Slice t h r e e
hotdogs and add to beans.
Crumble bacon into bits and
add that and onions to beans
and franks. Mix in catsup, brown
sugar and horseradish for a lit-
tle extra zip. Cut forth dog in
half, then slice each half length-
wise. Garnish top of the dish
with long slices. Cook in 350
degree oven for 45 minutes
to one hour. Serves 2-3.

Daily Photo by STEVE KAGAN

Carlos Montoya

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