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Wednesday, November 1, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Page Seven
Finney: Resident Composer

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cert? What can I say?" he ask-
ed.
"The concerto was finished in
June, 1968. It is not a commis-
sioned work. I wrote it because
I wanted to. It has three move-
ments: 'Entrance and Crescen-
do' seems as if it almost doesn't
get started, and there is a ser-
ies of crescendos to the end; and
'Ornaments and Dialogue' is con-
concerned with sonority, but ev-
en so, it sings.
My music tends to sing; I can't
get rid of that melodic business.
It hasn't always been a popular
thing to do, and I've faced criti-
cism because of it. Not that the
work is really romantic, but it
does sing."
The final movement 'Cadenza
and Climax' is highly rhythmic,
with a lot of percussion, and be-
comes quite violent at the end."
Speaking about a rehearsal
earlier this week, Finney com-

mented, "It's awfully exciting to
hear it. It sounds just exactly the
way I knew it would. It was writ-
ten with Doppmann in mind."
William Doppmann, the soloist,
teaches at the University of Tex-
as and has performed and com-
missioned other Finney works.
"He knows my style. It is con-
ceivable that he would play
wrong notes, but he plays them
the way I like it."
About his other composition
on the program, Finney said
that Remorseless Rush of Time
was commissioned by Wisconsin
State University at River Falls,
and was first performed in 1970.
"I wanted it to have something
to do with my concern for man's
destruction of his environment.
I had in mind passages from
Thomas Wolfe's You Can't Go
Home Again, but I couldn't get
the right to use, so I had to

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Symphony
Orchestra
(Continued from Page 3)
love music to the point of ob-
session, there is no other choice.
This obsession is not a tangible
or even a describable thing. Un-
derstanding can only come
through the music. If you attend
tonight's concert, be sure to con-
centrate .on the music. Realize
that in the University Symphony
Orchestra one navigates on a
different Polaris.
Guarneri
Quart et
(Continued from Page 3)
knows the music beforehand, the
more one will appreciate it when
one hears different approaches,
different ways of shading a
phrase. This is why live per-
formanceshcan be invigorating
and with great music and the
best,artists, it is a safe bet that
a concert will be an enriching
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