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Tuesday, October 20, 1982

The Michigan Daily

Page 5

Oliveira's fancy fiddling

Gamelan
ensemble
astounds

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By Lauris Kaldjian
Violinist Elmar Oliveira's Monday
night Ann Arbor debut in Rackham
Auditorium followed hard upon Itzhak
Perlman's appearance of two weeks
ago./It is difficult, if not impossible, to
refrain from juxtaposing the two con-
certs and judging by comparison. Yet it
would be unfair if we did not consider
each violinist separately, complemen-
ting and criticizing solely within the
context of each performance.
Being the first American ever to
secure a Gold Medal at the Inter-
national Tchikovsky Violin Competition
in Moscow, Oliveira has established
himself firmly in the international
music scene. His practiced technique
and insightful interpretation combine
to create a spectrum of musical effects.
Oliveira opened the concert with
Pergolesi's Sonata No. 12, which served
as a palatable appetizer. Already
characteristic qualities of his skill were
clearly distinguishable: his smooth,
placid phrasing in slow tempi
movements as compared to his

energetic and accented (often heavily)
approach in faster tempi.
A tedious and challenging task it is to
perform post-Bartok literature to many
audiences. The listener's lack of com-
prehension seems directly proportional,
to his coughing and his need to rustle
programs. A reasonable case in point
was Oliveira's laudatory rendition of
the Sonata No. 1, by Bloch. Such un-
familiar, if not foreign, music requires
great attention on the part of the soloist
who must show the audience what lies
in the music; for most anything may
seem odd at first hearing.
The first movement of the Bloch,
marked Agitato, was agitated indeed.
The stark contrast between the rattling
percussion on the G string and the
soaring melodies on the E string
created a restless, sometimes con-
fusing mood. The soothing, almost
mesmerizing repetition of the second
movement (Molto quieto) conjured up
images of loneliness and endless space.
The use of a mute added to the
mysterious dream-like character. The
last movement had an eerie quality
marked by ponticello bowing. Oliveira

succeeded in making sense out of music
that is difficult to phrase, for the notes
themselves do not suffice.
A solo violinist should always lead the
pianist in recital, right? Not quite.
When playing Beethoven's Piano-Violin
Sonatas (notice the order in which each
is stated) both piano and violin are
equal, it is duet chamber music.
Oliveira and pianist Robert McDonald
did not strike the desired balance in
voicing in their performance of
Beethoven's Sonata No. 6 in A major.
Nevertheless, the music still had its
beauty, though of a more soloistic
nature.
Oliveira showed what his tricky
fingers could do with Sarasate's
Zapateado. Yes, it was quick, exciting,
and all that, but even if it had been
flawless there would have been
something slightly lacking: a pervasive
sense of musical phrasing behind the
technique.
Ending with an encore befitting his
forte, Oliveira played the Debussey-
Heifetz Beau Soir. With ease and sen-
sitivity he freely expressed the intent of
that calming, impressionistic music.

By Lou Fin (or

SOME PEOPLE say the best things
in life are free. That was certainly
the case Friday night when a small
piece of Southeast Asian tradition was
transported to Rackham Auditorium-
a Javanese shadow-puppet play.
The "dhalang" or puppeteer, is con-
sidered to be "an exceptional person'ii
terms of intelligence, endurance, and
spiritual strength," according to'a
School of Music specialist in Southeast
Asian music.
After viewing the 3-hour
manipulation of puppets, acting all the
parts, and simultaneously directing the
"gamelan" orchestra of traditional
Javanese instruments which accom-
panies him, the puppeteer emerges as a
master in his art.
A final opportunity to indulge in tie
light pleasure of the puppet play will
come again on November 4;

Elmar Oliveira appeared at Rackham Auditorium on Monday night.

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