THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Friday, June 23, 1972
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to perform Sun.
By DIANE LEVICK
Greek composer and pianist
Manos Hadjidakis, whose works
include the Academy Award
winning Never on Sunday, will
perform Sunday at 8 p.m. in
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Sponsored by the University's
Greek Student Association, he
will perform his own composi-
tions and traditional Greek
folk songs. In addition, he will
offer pieces by Mikis Theo-
dorakis, who composed music
for the movies Z and Zorba the
Currently on tour of the Unit-
ed States, Hadjidakis will be
accompanied by a male singer,
Born in Xanthi, Thrace,
Hadjidakis composed his first
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important work by the age of
19. He revolutionized Greek mu-
sic by linking traditional folk
music and older Byzantine mel-
odies with contemporary popu-
He introduced the bouzouki-
a mandolin-type instrument -
into popular music.
Hadjidakis wrote for one of
his album's liner notes: "I tried
to fill music with all the youth-
ful sensitivity of a modern
Greek steeped in tradition.
His albums, which include
Lilacs out of the Dead Land,
have received favorable reviews
from American critics.
Tickets for the Hadjidakis con-
cert are $5 or $3 (for students)
and are on sale at the Interna-
tional Center today until 6 p.m.
Tickets may also be purchas-
ed at the Mendelssohn box of-
fice on Sunday, beginning at
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Fifth Forum-International Director's Festival, Max
Ophul's Lola Montes, Orson Welles' The Immortal
Story and Luis Bunuel's Simon of the Desert (Fri.
Cinema II-Born Losers and Left-Handed Gun (Fri.)
Cinema Guild-Maltese Falcon (Fri. and Sat.)
The Ark-Utah Phillips (Fri., Sat., Sun. 8:30, $1.50)
Golden Falcon-Arts Nova
Bimbos-Gaslighters (Fri., Sat., Sun.)
Pretzel Bell-Buddies in the Saddle (Fri.), Silver Wings
(Sat.) and Chuck Johnson (Sun.)
Mr. Flood's Party-The Boogie Brothers (Fri. and Sat.)
The Del Rio-Jazz band every Sunday
Greek Student Association-Manos Hadjidakis & Spyros
Sakkas perform their own works and those of Mikis
Theodorakis Sunday, 8 $5, $3 (students), Lydia
Open Air Musk
Msic on the Diag-recorded and live classical music
Rock concert-Riverside Park, Ypsi.
Today and Tomorrow, Labrinth, Peach Fuzz, Fab Musi-
cians, Geyda Marcus (Sat. afternoon)
Rock concert-next to Huron High-Icarus, Frut, Steve
and John ... the Boogie Brothers, Bad Luck and
Trouble (Sun. afternoon)
Carillon concert-Monday 7, Burton Tower
Gay Pride Week picnic and dance on the Diag, Fri. 6 pm.
Farmers Market open Saturday 8-3
Community organic garden at North Campus open daily
Graduate Outing Club-outside Rackham Hall, Sunday,
Rive Gauche party, Madelon Pound House, 9-12 Fri. &
Canoe Rental-4325 Jackson Rd.
Strawberry picking-Contact local growers
Are you still
theI way your
In the first grade, when you were taught
to read "Run Spot Run," you had to read it
out loud. Word-by-word. Later, in the second
grade, you were asked to read silently. But
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You stopped reading out loud, but you
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Chances are, you're doing it right now.
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The Evelyn Wood Course teaches you
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grass is green
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With training, you'll learn to use your
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