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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1952

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TOMORROW AT HILL:
Women's Glee Club, Arts
Chorale To Give Concert

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Traditional and familiar Christ-
mas music will be presented by the
University Women's Glee Club and
Arts Chorale in their annual
Christmas concert to be given at
8:30 p.m. tomorrow in Hill Audi-
torium.
Directed by Prof. Maynard
Klein, the 75-voice Glee Club will
open the evening's concert with
"Regina Coeli'" by Lotti. In keep-
ing with the Christmas theme,
they will do "The Morning Star"
Postma ster
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tices of glass, should be cushioned
with excelsior, shredded paper or
other padding to prevent move-
ment inside the box.
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LIQUID materials should also
be cushioned but excelsior is not
recommended. Packing materials
suitable for liquids include cotton,.
sawdust, felt wadding, and simi-
lar materials which will act as an
absorbent if the article breaks.
Books are subject to reduced
rates by the post office if de-
clared on the' outside of the
package. The rates are 8 cents
for the first pound and four
cents for each additional pound
in all mailing zones.
Signed greeting or Christmas
cards may be included in parcels
free of charge if they do not con-
tain personal correspondence.
Finally, Koch said, a great deal
of time and effort will be saved if
people buy their stamps early so
they will not have to stand in line
to purchase them.

by Praetorius, a seventeenth cen-
tury German melody, "While
Shepherds Watched Their Flocks
by Night"; Edward Elgar's "The
Snow"; "Through the Dark the
Dreamer Came" by Mabel Dan-
iels; and "The Magnificat," a con-
temporary work by Ralph
Vaughan Williams. The contralto
solo will be sung by Arlene Sollen-
berger of the music school faculty
while Frances Brown, '54SM will
play the flute solo.
THE SECOND half of the pro-
gram will be perfomed entirely by
the Arts Chorale, a group of 150
vpices which includes the Women's'
Glee Club and an a cappella choir.
Highlight of the evening's
presentation of Heinrich Schultz
program will be the Arts Cho-
rale presentation of Heinrich
Schutz's "The Christmas Story."
Soloists with the group will be
Harold Haugh, tenor; Norma
Heyde, soprano; and Philip
Duey, bass, all music school fac
ulty members.
The singers will be accompanied
by an orchestra made up of stu-
dents and faculty members. Mari-
lyn Mason Brown will accompany
on the organ and William Dopp-
mann won the harpsichord.

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HOW'S THAT AGAIN?-Technical director Chuck Hoefler, Grad, explains as follows his wild diagram of some of the zany action in
the speech department's production of Aristophanes' "The Birds," opening its four day run Wednesday, Dec. 10 at Lydia Mendelssohn;
As 26 foot tower ascends on elevator "A," Chorus "B" runs down bridge to level "C." Bird "D" jumps to trampoline "E," bouncing off-
stage, it is hoped, onto "?," something soft. This motivates stageha nd "F" to jump from his chair attached to gridiron ceiling "G:"
pulling invisible wire "HI" and causing bird "I" to fly to gridiron "G," As "I" rises 34 feet from the stage, pink smoke "J" covers
entrance of goddess "K" up ladder "L" to tower stage "M." This actually happens, Hoefler swears.

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TO PERFORM DECEMBER 17:
'U' Choir To Give Christmas Concert

The opening of the Christmas
season will be inaugurated mu-
sically this year with a Christmas
concert to be given by the Univer-
sity Choirs at 8:30 p.m. Dec. 17 in
Hill Auditorium.
Conducted by Prof. Maynard
Klein, the choir will open the con-
cert with a motet for twelve voices
and brass instruments, "Angelus
Ad Pastores" by Gabrieli. Arranged

by Prof. Klein, this highly-com-
plex, multi-voiced motet tells the
story of Christmas.
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AMONG the other great Christ-
mas works the choir will sing will
be "Adoramus te" by Palestrina
and "Break Forth O Beautious
Heavenly Light," by J. S. Bach.
Next on the program will be
"A Ceremony of Carols" by Ben-

jamin Britten, to be performed
by the 75-voice Women's Choir
with Margaret Milks accom-
panying on the harp. This work-
has become a traditional presen-
tation of the Women's choir for
the annual Christmas concert.
Among the more contemporary
works to be heard will be the "Mass
in G Minor" by Vaughan Williams,
sung by the University Choir for

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the first time in Ann Arbor. This
work is written for double choir
singing antiphonally and calls for
soloists and small ensemble sec-
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FOLLOWING this will be "Alle-
luiah" by Randall Thompson. This
That will always please the most fastidious! Kis one of a number of works that
will be performed A Cappella or
Select for mother, father, sister, brother, without accompaniment by the
m t rUniversity Choir. This, according
and all your friends those items to Prof. Klein is a rather unusual
that are so present-able. musical feat for so large a choir.
Numbering 2 75 voices, the
University Choir may be thought
of as a symphonic group. In sev-
TABLE CLOTHS for every occasion and table eral of the compositions present-
ed, various smaller choirs and
BRIDGE SETS soloists will take part in an in-
BRIDGE TABLE COVERS in corduroy and quilted Ilacorddividual way so that the music
will be given a great latitude of
LUNCHEON PLACE MAT SETS dynamic range, from solo voice
through small ensemble to the
PLASTIC AND CORK BACK MATS sound of the large combined
choir of 275.
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BAR AND BARB ECUE SETS Several student vocal soloists
will be presented during the course
TEA TOWELS... GUEST TOWELS... BATH TOWELS.. . BATHROOM SETS of the program carrying the spe-
cial solo work in the various songs.
SHOWER CURTAIN and WINDOW DRAPES Among those already selected are
p Robert Kerns, '53SM, Baritone;
SEWING KITS, JEWEL CASES for travel purposes June Howe, '55SM, soprano; Rus-
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SJoyce Thomas, '54SM, soprano.
HANDKERCHIEFS--all kinds for all the family'
ADDING variety to the program
These are just a few suggestions.It will be the performance by the
Michigan Singers and Tudor Sing-
We suggest you shop now while our stocks are complete. ers of "A Hymn to the Virgin" by
Benjamin Britten.
WHERE QUALITY HAS NO SUBSTITUTE Among other numbers to be sung
will be Armstrong Gibbs' "The
Stable Door" to be sung by the
University Choir, and "Noe, Al-
GINEIN SHOPS leluis, Noe" (Stephen Vincent Ben-
et) by Prof. Hans David of the
11 Nickels Arcade School of Music. This will be sung
11 Nikels rcadeby the Michigan Singers.
Oen 9:00 to 5:30 and observing the usual Christmas store hours.bEnding the program will be per-
Open :formances by the Michigan Sing-
ers of the Appalachian carol, "I
Wonder As I Wander" and "Three
Kings" by Healy Willan.

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