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FOR SUMMER SESSION:
Music School Names Program-
Thompson Accepts Position
At Mercer; To Teach Voice
The summer season of music
school concerts will begin at 8:30
p.m. tonight with a program in
Aud. A, Angell Hall presented by
Sandra Mills Lai, '59, pianist.
"Toccata in D" by Johann Se-
bastian Bach will be the opening
selection, followed by "Moments
Musicaux, Opus 94" by Franz
Schubert. The program will con-
tinue with "Sonatine" by Maurice
After intermission, Mrs. Lai,
who is presenting the program in
partial fulfillment of the require-
ments for the degree of Bachelor
of Music, will play "Sonata in F
sharp, Opus 78" by Ludwig von
Beethoven and Kohs' "Piano
Patterson To Sing
Willis C. Patterson, Grad., will
present a concert of music for
bass at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in
Aud. A, Angell Hall. Piano accom-
paniment will be provided by
Prof. Eugene Bossart of the music
Patterson will begin the pro-
gram with numbers from the
works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mo-
zart, including "Notte e giorno
faticar" from "Don Giovanni", "O
Isis= und Osiris" from "Die Zau-
berflote", and "O wie will ich tri-
umphieren" from "Die Enthfuh-
rung aus Dem Serail.",
The next selections, by Richard
Strauss, will be 'Im Spatboot,"
"Sie wissens nicht" and "Das lied
The program, presented in par-
tial fulfillment of the require-
ments for the Master of Music
degree, will continue after inter-
mission with Halevey's "Si la
rigueur" from "La Juive," Mas-
senet's "C r e p u s c u 1 e," Faure's
"Automne" and "Fleur Jetee" and
Dett's "A man goin' round takin'
Patterson will end the program
with Johnson's "Roll, Jerd'n,
Roll," "City called Heaven" and
"Ain't got time to die."
Professors Robert Courte and
Robert Noehren of the music
school will offer a program of ar-.
rangements- for viola and organ
for listeners at 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at Hill Auditorium.
The first selection will be "Pre-
lude and Fugue in G minor" by
Marcel Dupre followed by a con-
temporary work, "Sonata da Chi-
esa," for viola d'amour and or-
gan, by the Swiss composer, Frank
"I don't know of any other work
of our time written for viola
d'amour and organ," Prof. Courtei
To Perform Hindemith +
Other compositions will include+
"Sonata No. 1 for Organ" by Paul
Hindemith and "Poem" (for vio-
la and organ) by Leo Sowerby.
The next summer concert on
the calendar will be presented at
8:30 p.m. Saturday in Aud. A, An-+
gell Hall by Judith H. Woodall,i
Grad., soprano, accompanied at
the piano by Prof. Bossart.
Presented in partial fulfillment+
of the requirements for the degree
of Master of Music, the program
will include "Qual Farfalletta
Amante" by D. Scarlatti and
"Aria di Laodice (Cara Tomba),"
from "Mitradate Eupatore."
Miss Woodall will also sing
Gluck's 'Unis des Ia plus tendre
enfance," from "I p h e g n i e e n
Tauride," Rameau's "Air d'un
ombre" from "Castor et Pollux"
and Wolf's "Das verlassene Magd-
lein," "N i m m e r s a t t e Liebe,"
"Mausfallen-Spruchlein," "In dem
Shatten meiner Locken" and
"Mein Liebster ist so klein."
To Sing Debussy
"C'est l'extase," "Green" and
"Chevaux de Bois" from "Ariettes
Oubliees" by Claude Debussy will
follow intermission. The program
will continue with Granados'
"Elegia Eterna," Rodriguez' "De
los alamos vengo, madre" and "I
Hate Music," a cycle of five kid
songs for soprano by Leonard
Donald B. Ridley, '59SM, bari-
tone, has scheduled a program at
4:15 p.m. Sunday in Aud. A, An-
gell Hall. Wesley O. True, Grad.
will accompany him at the piano.
Among the works which Ridley
will sing are "I'll Sail Upon the
Dog-Star," "An Evening Hymn"
and "Sweeter than Roses" by
Henry Purcell. He will also pre-
sent "Liebesbotschaft," "Aufen-
thalt," "Ihr Bild" and 'Der Atlas"
by Franz Schubert.
On the program are Dupare's
"Chanson triste," Chausson's "La
derniere feuille," Poldowski's "L'-
Heure exquise" and "Dansons la
Gigue" and Respighi's "Ballata,"
and "Invito alla Danza."
Ridley is presenting the pro-
gram in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the degree of
At 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Jean Aus-
tin, Grad., soprano, will sing in
Aud. A, Angell Hall, with Prof.
Bossart providing piano accom-
Handel's "Somni Dei" from
"Radamisto" will open the pro-
gram with "Dove sono" from "Le
Nozze di Figaro" by Mozart fol-
lowing. Miss Austin will also sing
selections from "Frauenliebe und
Leben" by Robert Schumann.
Faure's "Mandoline" and
"Apres un Reve" will open. the
second half of Miss Austin's per-
formance, which will partially
fulfill the requirements for the de-
gree of Master of Music. "De
Reve" and "De Fleurs" from
"Proses Lyriques" by Debussy will
be among the compositions on the
Other works included will be
Niles' "You've Got to Cross That
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Lonesome Valley" and "The Lass:
from the Low Countree." The
evening will end with "In the Si- 1
lence of the Night" and "Floods
of Spring" by Sergei Rachmanin-
Clarinetist To Play '
Clarinetist Arthur Theodore
Hegvik, Grad., has prepared a
concert to be aired at 8:30 p.m.
July 2 in Aud. A, Angell Hall. Pi-'
ano accompaniment will be sup-
plied by James Edmunds, Grad.,
with Patricia Stenberg, Grad., on'
the oboe, David Wickham, Grad.,
on the horn and Gerald O'Conner,
Grad., on the bassoon, assisting.
The concert, which will be cred-
ited toward a degree of Master of
Music, will begin with Adagio
from "Sonata in G major" by Jo-
hann Sebastian Bach. Brahms'
"Sonata in F minor, Opus 120, No.
1" will be the next selection
played, with Barlow's "Lyrical
Piece," Beauchamp 's "Com-
plainte" and Mirouze's "Humor-
The second half of the program
will be devoted to Mozart's "Cas-
Prof. Donald L. Katz, chairman
of the chemical and metallurgical
engineering department has been
given the "Engineer of the Year
He was honored at the banquet
meeting of the annual convention
of the Michigan Society of Pro-
Prof. Katz has been department
chairman since 1951 and a facul-
ty member since 1936. In addition,
he has been a consultant to some
140 companies and governmental
He presently is national chair-
man of the American Society of
Chemical Engineers, and was a
member of the Ann Arbor school
board from 1948 to 1957, includ-
ing the presidency from 1953 to
Jay Thompson, Grad., will join
the music department faculty atf
Mercer University, Macon, Ga.,
this fall as instructor of voice.
Thompson will begin a schedule,
of private lessons, voice classes'
and related work in a new pro-
gram of courses in voice study be-
ing instituted at that university.
He studied at St. Olaf College
and received his bachelor of mu-
sic and master of music degrees
from the University. He has
studied privately with Barre Hill.
A frequent soloist with the Uni-
versity Men's Glee Club, Thomp-
son will spend the summer as a
member of the American Opera
Workshop at Interlochen, Mich.,
singing roles in operas by con-
temporary American composers,
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