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Wednesday, April 16, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Five

Glee club sings
s pirituals, spoofs

Pasta

prorides

alternatives

By CATHY REUTTER
Rollicking parodies and ten-
der spirituals characterized
Willis Patterson's last concert
with the Michigan Men's Glee
Club. In presenting ansimpres-
sive program, the sixty-five
voice choir exhibited a wide.
range in both their repertoire
and membership.
The highlight of the perform-
ance was a series of short pieces
sung and danced by the Friars.
The eight voice group clowned
their way through a couple of
pieces with the aid of top hats,
canes, and a rubber chicken. Al-
though their singing was some-
times lost in vast Hill Auditor-
ium, their antics and the blend
of their voices-combined for an-'
other quality performance.
In contrast to the boisterous
antics of the Friars, the Club
sang a number of religious and
spiritual pieces.
The concert opened with
three pieces in Latin. Mozart's
'Adoramus Te, Christe' andl
Scheutky - McKinney's 'Emitte"
Spiritum Tuum' were well
sung. Laudes Atque Carmina, by
A. Stanley of the class of '91, is
dear to the hearts of honors con-r
vocation goers and nostalgic
Michigan loyalists.
'Jesus and The Traders', by:
Z. Kodajy, contained some fine
contrapuntal sections, makingI
the interplay of voices interest-
ing.

Three Villanellas and an Alto
Rhapsody closed the first half
of the program. Although well
executed they did not evoke the
same excitement that the open-
ing numbers did. Nevertheless,
Club member Rodney Brown,
Associate Professor Rosemary
Russell, and organist Herman
Taylor performed well.
The second half of the pro-
gram was a mixture of spirit-1
uals, antics, and Michigan
songs. Old King Cole, arranged
by Okun, was a rollicking spoof
of the army. The club presented
it in excellent form, with a de-
liberately off - balance accom-
paniment by Chad Furman and
Fred Weldy.
, The remaining time was de-
voted to folk music and Black
Spirituals. Charles Brown sang
an especially rich and powerful
solo. S. Carver Davenport, Ri-
chard Fracker, and Randy Lam-;
bert each sang a tenor solo as
well.
During the program the Club
presented awards to its mem-
bers. The first annual Philip A.
Duey awards went to Richard
Fracker and Fred Weldy for
their help with musical and
supporting activities. Officers
Patric Parker and Patrick
Smith and Student Conductor
Conrad Miller won the honorary
LLangollen awards. Patterson
even pronounced that Welsh
name right.

By ROBIN HERGOTT
Pasta, served as a side dish,
is often a welcome change from!
potatoes. Noodles, a common
form of pasta, are extremely
versatile and are greatly en-
hanced both in taste and nu-
tritional value through the ad-

to test for texture is to sim-
ply taste the pasta.j
The following recipes offer'
very different ways to prepare'
noodles. Apricot Noodle Mold1
is a sweet creation that is an
excellent accompaniment to fish
or chicken. Noodle Spinach

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Cut thin slices from stem. Placz
whole in double boiler, dot with
butter and season. Steam 2b
minutes.
GREEN NOODLES ALFREDO
1 -pound package green

firmly into brown sugar to form
a pattern.
Noodles:
% pound broad noodles
2 eggs, slightly beaten
% cup butter, melted
% teaspoon cinnamon

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dition of other ingredients. Ring, which looks extremely at-
Noodles are enriched, so even tractive on the table, goes well
by themselves they area good with beef, veal, chicken oh fish.I
sourec of thiamine, riboflavin, The spinach provides a good
niacin, iron and protein. Of source of Vitamins A and K
course, pasta is also a good and iron. Green Noodles Al-
source of carbohydrate, which fredo, made with spinach nood-
is an inexpensive source of en-cbhdtwi les, contains these same nu-
is n iexpnsie surc ofen-trients and goes well with any
ergy and an essential compon-ty e.syllw dhen
ent of a proper diet. T h e gyype of meat. Crusy Noodle
addition of various ingredients, Ring, a nutty, sweet dish, is al-
such as eggs, milk, cheese and so a versatile accompaniment
cottage cheese, make the pre-t
pared dish a good source of cal- APRICOT NOODLE MOLD
cium, phosphorus, potassium, 1 pound broad noodles
Vitamins A and D and iron as 4 eggs, beaten
well.

dash salt
Cook noodles according to the'
package directions. Drain, add
sugar to beaten eggs and add
all ingredients to noodles. Put,
in buttered deep casserole. PutI
corn flake crumbs across top.
Bake in 350-degree oven for 1'
hour 15 minutes.
NOODLE SPINACH RING ,

noodles 1.3 cup sugar
12 cup butter or margarine 1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup grated Parmesian cheese Boil noodles; drain well and
Cook noodles in salted water cup half and half cream combine with egges, butter, cin-
until barely tender and drain; Cook noodles according to namon, sugar and salt. Spread
mix noodles and spinach. Saute package directions. Drain, but in prepared mold over sugar-e-
onion in butter until slightly do not rinse. Place on heated can mixture and bake in a pre-
browned. Fold in eggs; add sour platter. Keep warm. Melt but- heated 350-degree over for 1
cream and salt and blend well.-ter or margarine in saucepan, hour. Unmold on platter.
Pour into greased 6-cv.p ring stir in cheese and cream; sim--- -
mold. Place mold in pan of hot mer, stirring constantly until
water in a 350-degree over for ' cheese is melted and smootn.
15 minutes. Unmold. Se:ve on: Pour piping hot over drained
heated platter with steamed noodles and toss gently. Serve Have a flair for
mushrooms in the center. Serv- with extra Parmesan. artistic writing?
If you are interest-
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CRUSTY NOODLE RING poetry, and music
emr1'T~ a nr '1,T'Vor writing featuie

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Cook pasta in rapidly Doiling
salted water, about 2 quarts per
1 pound of pasta. When done,
drain it in a colander. Pasta is
best cooked al dente - mean-
ing it should be done firm, not
soft, to the tooth. The best way'

z/ cup sugar
1 pint small curd cottage
1 pint sour cream
$ cup melted butter or
margarine
teaspoon vanilla

cheese

1 8-ounce package broad
noodles
2 10-ounce packages chopped,
defrosted spinacn, drained
well
cup butter
1 medium onion, chopped
3 eggs, slightly Neaten
1 cup commercial sour cream

STEAMED FJr ESH
MUSHROOMS
1 pound fresh mushrooms
2 talespoons butter
% teaspoon salt
Wash and drain mushrooms.

I/ Cup butter tres a b o u t the
'/2 cup dark brown sugar ma, dance, film
1uppcnhalves at:Contact' Arts
cup pecan hE d it or, /o The
Melt butter in bottom of 6- Michigan Daily.
cup ring mold. Add brown sug-
ar, pressing into botton of C
mold. Place unbroken pecans 1

12-ounce jar apricot preserves salt, to taste

Records in review
F ANYONE saw the London Symphony under Andre Previn
at Hill auditorium last September, they will love this re-
cording. Previn again demonstrates the virtuosity of this beauti-
ful orchestra., This recording does not stress the large group
sound but more of the individual and ensemble playing that the
LSO does so well.
The music on the album contrasts very nicely. The Shostako-
vich symphony provides the heavy serious playing, while Proko-
fiev Kije Suite is the more melodic side. Both are brought to
life here with a concentrated intensity. Previn seems to favor
these two composers and he conducts their works with. gusto.
However, the album does present a problem. This is over 57
minutes of music. Most of it is the Shostakovich piece. Although
there is plenty of wonderful playing, it requires no small effort
on the part of the listener. This can become very difficult in our
world of studying and constant commotion. But for sheer music-
ianship, this record can't be beat.

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CARL ORFF's Carmina Burana, a 20th-century setting of
Medieval secular poetry, has just been recorded by Michael
Tilson Thomas and the Cleveland Orchestra (Columbia MX
33172). This music, which is derivative of Stravinsky (specifically
Les Noces) although written by a man with nowhere nearI
Stravinsky's talent or imagination, is a pleasant enough piece
which doesn't bear too many repeated listenings or too much
careful attention.
I wouldn't have thought it possible to ruin such an innocuous
piece, but Tilson Thomas manages. He has always been a talent-
ed musician, and is still an especially good pianist, but his
conducting has been getting more erratic with every record.
This performance is incredibly willful and distorted - every
fast section is so fast that you can't hear anything and the beat
gets lost, for the orchestra and singers as well as the listener.j
-CHARLES SMITH,
IT'S BEEN A long wait for their fans, but Led Zeppelin finally
came through for the faithful. Physical Graffiti (Swan Song
SS 2-200) is a double record set, and it offers a bit of everything
Jimmy Page and his cohorts do: blues, rock, acoustics, and
things in between.
The highlights on the album are the acoustic guitar pieces that
are reminiscent of the better cuts on Zeppelin's third album. In
addition, John Paul Jones, featured bassist and keyboard player,
offers interesting work both instrumentally (synthesizers) and
compositionally ("Night Flight", "Kashmir").
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