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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, July 12, 1977

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, July 2, 1977

4t TKe UNiVERS Tv Of MCHIGAN
JULY 26.29 & AUGUST 4 7
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U-M pianist excels

(Continued from Page 5)
tured emotion. The Bachish
middle section has complex
contrapuntal development. This
section, rhythmically, is very
interesting with a raggish kind
of beat. The piece concludes
with a harmonically rich,
dreamy reverie section.
The second half opened with
three Mazurkas by Chopin. A
playful, innocent mood coup-
led with the crisp, precise and
flawless techhique made these
a joy to hear. Chopin's Scher-
zo No. 2 followed and was the
highlight of the evening-San-
dor's playing was smooth and
dramatic, combining great en-
TVcouples
(Continued from Page 5)
and Yarnell are known mainly
for theirs portrayal of the inef-
ficient robots, "The Clinkers".
They do mechanical movements
wonderfully, but one quickly
tires of seeing them crash into
each other and pour coffee into
people's laps instead of their
cups."The two try something
different from the average
variety show by shooting some
of their antics on location, in
the middle of San Francisco'
traffic, but, unfortunately, they
aren't nearly funny enough for
it to be worth the effort.
Another married couple tak-
ing up a summer residency
tWednesdays at 8:30) is Mari-
lyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr.,

ergy and delicate touch.
Debussy's two Preludes, on.
dine and La Terrace; the for-
mer, an exercise in harp-like
exoticism, the latter, a lush
other worldly dance of ether-
eal creatures, were performed
exquisitely by Sandor.
The last piece, Liszt's Me-
phisto Waltz, was a technical
tour-de-force. Sandor's fingers
flew demonically across the
keyboards for this piece of
Lisztian virtuosity.
The gentle melancholy of an-
other Chopin Mazurka and
Bach's Adagio were the encores
that ended the brilliant recital
by Ann Arbor's own resident
virtuoso, Gyorgy Sandor.
underwhelm
alumnae of The Fifth Dimen-
sion. They are touted as having
"the hottest new sounds" but
their "comedy is the coolest".
I'm rather cool about the
comedy, too. Their singing is
fine, they are both terribly tal-
ented - in singing. But the
comedy sketches try to com-
bine equal portions of hilarity
and adorableness, with the end
result being totally indigestible.
The moral of all this is not
believe everything you're told
in commercials, especially in
the summer.
Boys Town was founded in
1917 by Father Edward J.
Flanagan near Omaha, Neb.

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