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WEDNESDAY, JUILY 26, 1950

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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RECORDINGS of the
Summer Session BAND CONCERT
Available at the
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Cello-Like Tone of Tuba Will
Be Heard in Stanley'sRecital

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By NANCY BYLAN
Um-pah, um-pah, um-pah-pah.
It might be a bull frog, but it's
certainly not a tuba.
In fact, the sound that the aud-
ience will hear, attending William
Stanley's tuba recital at 4:15 p.m
today in Rackham Assembly Hall,
will be a "beautiful cello-like tone,"
because that's the sound a well-
played tuba makes, Stanley ex-
plained.
THE TUBA, often the object of
much jesting, is actually a serious
instrument, Stanley emphasized.
"It is actually the foundation for
orchestra or band, especially the
latter; it's the 'beat on the bot-
tom.'
If the player has the proper
skill, he can play any piece, even
the most difficult, that can be
performed on other instruments,
he said.
"Unfortunately the tuba has
been considered more of a per-
cussion instrument than anything
else."
STANLEY began playing the
tuba his second semester in junior
high school, when he went out for
band. All the other instruments
had been taken, so it was the tuba
or nothing.
At the University of Tilsa,
Stanley decided to major in tuba
with the intention of playing
professionally.
There are only 10 tuba jobs in
the country that pay a living, ac-
cording to Stanley. These are with
the large orchestras; all other
tuba jobs require a supplementary

source of income for the tuba- ment appear imminent.
player, he said. * * *
BUT, ACCORDING to members
ONLY A FEW pieces have ever of the Board, the job has not been
been written for tuba, Stanley said. offered to anyone yet.
His program today will consist of President Ruthven is schedul-
only two pieces written originally ed to retire on his "furlough
for tuba; the others were written leave" in June, 1951 The an-
for oboe, basoon, trombone or nouncement of his successor
trumpet. oneeto hisucsr
He will be assisted in his recital would not necessarily be expect-
by Michael Polovitz, clarinet, and ed until then.
Mary Crawford, piano. There is also an unlikely possi-
The rogam i asfollws: bility that no decision would be
T he pogrms as fo ls maereven after his retireent
"Sonoto del core" by Scarlatti, maeevnate*isrtreet
Handel's Sonata No. 1," "Chant
Hande"l'ysBarnd"Sonata No. 1,"REGENT Kenneth M. Stevens of
Slave," by Barat, and "Sonata No. Detroit explained that anyone
3 by Galliard. could submit unsolicited sugges-
After intermission, Stanley w tions for the office, and that they
perform "Piece en mi bemol," by tionslfr e findcndehatithe.
Busser; "Introduction and Sere- would be given due consideration,
nade" and "Introduction and The University faculty will also
Danse" by Barat; Clerisse's "Prom- have a chance to make their feel-
enade," and "Sonato" by Emman- ings known on the matter, al-
uel. though the exact mechanics of
The recital is presented in par- ascertaining faculty opinion has
tial fulfillment of the requirements not as yet been determined.
for a master of music degree, and The Board meetings thus far,
is open to the public. have been entirely "preliminary.'
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Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the Office of the
Summer Session, Room 351sAdmin-
istration Building, by 3:00 p.m.,on
the day preceding publication (11:00
a.m. Saturdays).
WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1950
VOL.ILX, No. 21-S
Notices
Seniors, College of LS&A, and
Schools of Education, Music, and
Public Health:
Tentative lists of seniors for
August graduation have been post-
ed on the Registrar's bulletin
board in the first floor corridor,
Administration Building. If your
name is misspelled or the degree
expected incorrect, please notify
the Recorder at Registrar's win-
dow number 1, 1513 Administra-
tion Building.
Edward G. Groesbeck,
Assistant Registrar

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