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FILM REVIEWr
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nionto perform

Hill concert to
recognize Frieze
Memorial Organ
By PAIGE PFLEGER
Daily Arts Writer
A series of concerts is set to
come to Ann Arbor for the 100th
anniversary celebration of Hill
Auditorium.
The first show Kpgof
presented by In stu
the University
Musical Soci- The Frieze
ety will feature Memorial
the Detroit
Symphony Organ
Orchestra. The
concert will Sundayat
take place in fp' m
Hill on Sun- HillAuditorium
day Jan. 13 at
4 p.m. and will From $10
highlight the
Frieze Memorial Organ, which
is housed in Hill.
The concert will also feature
the UMS Choral Union, who
will perform along with DSO
brass and-percussion and Organ
Professor James Kibbie in the
opening piece, "Tu es Petrus"
by James MacMillan. The Cho-
ral Union is a choir consist-
ing of a wide variety of singers:
some faculty, some students,
some young and some old, led by
Director of Choirs Jerry Black-
stone. The group has been fea-
tured in concerts with the DSO
as well as the Ann Arbor Sym-

phony Orchestra.
"The pieces in this particu-
lar concert were chosen to be
a kickoff celebration for Hill's
birthday," Blackstone said, "And
for this first concert, we wanted
to celebrate the organ."
The centerpiece of the con-
cert, the Frieze Memorial
Organ, is older than Hill Audito-
rium itself. The organ was built
in Detroit and featured at the
1893 World's Columbian Expo-
sition in Chicago. The follow-
ing year, it was shipped to Ann
Arbor and named after Henry
Simmons Frieze, a Latin pro-
fessor and interim University
President. Frieze was a principal
founder of UMS, and the organ
was named in his honor after his
death in 1889.
"This event is a very big deal
for organists," Kibbie said.
It is rare that an organ should
be featured in a concert accom-
panied by a symphony orches-
tra, and this will be Kibbie's first
time playing with the DSO.
"A group of organists have
actually purchased a large block
of seats up in the mezzanine, and
they're all going to sit up there
together as a cheering section,"
Kibbie added.
The Frieze Memorial organ
isn't the only organ on campus.
Organs reside in Moore Hall,
Burton Tower, various prac-
tice rooms and even the School
of Public Health, the location
of Brown Bag recitals on every
other Wednesday at 12:15 p.m.

"The University of
is actually one of th
ters of organ studies
programs in the Unit
Kibbie said.
Kibbie shares the
being a featured pl
two other renowned
David Higgs and Pet
Conte in the upcomil
"Toccata Festiva for
Orchestra, Op. 36" 1
Barber features Higg
ate of the Manhat
of Music and the cu
of the organ departm
Eastman School of Mt
The closing numb
phony No. 3 in C Majo
Khachaturian, featur
the Grand Court Orga
Wanamaker Organi
Center City, Philadelp
assistant professor of
tion at Rider Univers
Jersey.
"The repertoire w
to hear is varied;" K
"which is somethingsp
the organ, it's capable
many types and style
I think the program c
feature the organvery
Blackstonehopes th
ence will enjoy the.
of Hill and the'Frieze
Organ, as well as the
Detroit Symphony Orc
"Expect beauty
liance," he said, "an
music with a wide
dynamics and colors.
very exciting progran

Michigan
e big cen-
and organ
ed States,"
honor of
ayer with
organists,
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ng concert.
Organ and
by Samuel
s, a gradu-
an School
rrent head
sent at the
usic.
er, "Sym-
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e're going Typically, a moth
ibbie said, archetype for nurture
recial about and safety. But when it
of playing Mother Nature,
S of music. she can be very
hosen will hot or cold, and
well." in "The Impos- The
at the audi- sible," the Im
celebration Belon family is
Memorial unfortunately AtQ
prestigious subjected to and
hestra. . her sporadic
and bril- behavior. Sum
d exciting Based on
variety of a true story, "The In
It will be a follows Maria (Naon
." "J. Edgar") and Hen
McGregor, "Haywire
travel with their thr
boys to Thailand for
mas vacation. But the
retreat quickly turns i
perate struggle for sur'
a tsunami strikes the
the morning of Dec.
The family is torn apar
only is reconciliation
as thousands simul
search for missing k
the resulting melee a
but Maria's life hani
balance as she suffer
WI

(ES injuries. Given the hopelessness
er of the situation, a happy ending
seems downright "impossible"
er is an to predict.
comfort The hours and hours of news
t comes to coverage that followed this his-
toric and harrowing natural
catastrophe could never have
aptly detailed or uncovered
the amount of emotional dam-
ossible age and ruin sustained by its
victims, but that level of per-
uality16 sonal destruction rings clear
Rave in this fictional recount. Build-
ings can always be repaired, but
nit people who perish can never be
replaced: After Maria is taken
npossible" to a local hospital - every room
ni Watts, and hall crowded with people
ry (Ewan who are dying or already dead
) as they - the extent of human suffering
ee young on an individual level is starkly
a Christ- illuminated.
relaxing While the dialogue (Sergio
nto a des- G. Sanchez, "The End") isn't
vival after very impressive, the production
coast on relies heavily on a team effort
26, 2004. of aesthetic contributions to
t, and not drive the story. Director Juan
unlikely Antonio Bayona ("The Orphan-
taneously age") takes the helm and crafts
in among actions to speak far louder than
nd chaos, words as the members of the
gs in the Belon family - and countless
rs critical others who cross their paths -
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strive to reunite with their lost
loved ones.
The beautiful culmination
of a talented crew continues- 4
with the artful and creative
cinematography of Oscar Faura
("Julia's Eyes"), who shocks and
awes through underwater shots
(just after the initial wave hits)
of Maria and her son, Lucas
who, at the mercy of the relent-
less current, dodges debris as
he is swept away by the ravag-
ing receding tide. The score,
by Fernando Velazquez ("Sons
of the Clouds"), heightens the
heartbreak during scenes of loss
through tender violins, and the
bounding boom of music during
perilous situations elicits a sym-
pathetic spirit.
Watts earns
that Academy

Award
nomination.

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Watts is the on-screen stand-
out. She's electrifying.as a physi-
cally wounded and emotionally
broken mother who experiences a
role reversal (again, the maternal
archetype is challenged here, but
in another fashion). Maria must
rely on Lucas to play caretaker as
both her mind and body fall apart.
In a delicate portrayal, Watts
embodies the agony of total pow-
erlessness during horrific circum-
stances, butthough all signs point
to defeat, she is still determinedto
fight for her life.
It's no surprise that Watts's
authentic performance has
earned her both Golden Globe
and Oscar nods, two more fights
of which the winner is yet to be
determined. But, win or lose,
there's no life-or-death situation
there.
"The Impossible" puts things
into perspective. It's a stagger-
ing look at the bigger picture,
which is certainly not shiny, gold
statues - it's a healthy, loving
family. Lose that and there's no,
"you'll get 'em next year."

ACROSS
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volcano Olympus
Mons
9 Mosque official
13 Double Stuf treat
14 Downwind
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on its westem
border
16 Switchefrom a
bottle to a cup,
say
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crosses
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photographer
Dorothea _
21 Q7 automaker
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accessory
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Across
30 Newspaper
inserts
31 Tizzy
33 Church leader
37 Stray
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43 Use a leveron, as
afloorhoard
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47 Chem cousin
48 Rainbow goddess
51 Battery partner
53 *Ready to come
clean
56 Placefor a ring
57 Have on
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61 *Gotsome
gumption
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66 Voice of the
difficult
homeowner in
"Up"
67 Chief Justice
Harven
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secret
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measure
71 Soufl essentials
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speaking
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notably
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6 Sierra Nevada,
e.g.
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9 Textspeak
disclaimer
10 Itchycanine
aiment
11 "Getof
yoursel!"
12 Fictionaldetective
skilled in judo
15 Wintry spike
18 it might just come
to you
20 Subsides
24 Geologic times
25Waygut
26 Spill the beans
27 Protective cover
28 Bouquet
32Salon acquisition
34Correcting, ina
way... or what
would need to be
doneto remove
thethings hidden
in the answers to
starredclues?

fictional twins 54 Damaging 2011
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38 NaturalistJohn hurricane
40 Heatenergy 55Tuck's title
meas. 56 "Zounds!"
41 "No problem" 59 Pirate'sbrew
44 Like 1930s prices 60 Longings
46 "Yeah, right!" 62 In the water
49 Middle of March 63 Second
50 Lathered (up) Amendment
52 Breakdown of backer: Abbr.
social norms 64 Slippery _
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