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Full text of "Recital programs 1968-69; 1969-70; 1970-71"

INDEX 

T 

RECITALS 

1968 - 1971 



•Indicates Graduation Recital 



FACULTY AND SPECIAL RECITALS 

Mr. Richard Goode, piano March 18, 1971 

The Guarneri Quartet April 23, 1969 

April 23, 1970 

May 12, 1971 

Mr. Mieczyslaw Horszovski, piano April 2, 1969 

February 10, 1970 

November 19, 1970 

Mr. Anton Kuerti, piano January 28, 1970 

Mr. Maurizio Pollini, piano January 18, 1970 

Mr. Rudolf Serkin, piano January 15, 1969 

October 23, 1970 

Mr. David Soyer, violoncello September 2£, 1970 

Mr. John Weaver, organ March 9, 1971 



ENSEMBLE RECITALS 

Brass ensemble March 9 

May 3 
April 30 
May 9 

Chamber music ensemble March 16 

April 11 

April 27 

April 29 

May 7 

May 9 

December 7 

May 6 

May 10 

May 13 

October 23 

December 15 

January 24. 

February 3 

February 5 

March 21 

March 30 

April 1 

May 5 

Chamber orchestra February 28 

April 29 

March 15 

April 30 

May 7 



1969 
1970 
1971 
1971 

1969 
1969 
1969 
1969 
1969 
1969 
1969 
1970 
1970 
1970 
1970 
1970 
1971 
1971 
1971 
1971 
1971 
1971 
1971 

1969 
1969 
1971 
1971 
1971 



Composition seminar May 7, 1971 



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Curtis Orchestra with student soloists December 14, 1969 

February 21, 1970 

April 4, 1970 

February 26, 1971 

May 2, 1971 

Open class performance 

Brass class February 20, 1969 

Curtis Orchestra April 22, 1969 

April 4, 1970 

Doublebass class December 2, 1970 

Harp class March 27, 1969 

String class April 24, 1969 

Voice, Mme. Gregory Students April 25, 1969 

Woodwind February 18, 1970 

May 4, 1970 

December 10, 1970 

Woodwind ensemble January 15, 1969 

February 23, 1969 

April 11, 1969 

May 7, 1969 

May 10, 1970 

May 13, 1970 

February 26, 1971 

(20th Century Music) April 2, 1971 

Opera department 

An evening of opera scenes October 26, 1970 

December 7, 1970 

January 25, 1971 

May 6, 1971 

Menotti - The Old Maid and the Thief December 11, 1970 

Wolf -Ferrari - School for Fathers April 22, 1971 

April 23, 1971 
April 24, 1971 

President's Party December 11, 1968 

Menotti - Terzetto Wagner - Siegfried Idyll 

President's Party December 12, 1969 

The Curtis Orchestra - William Smith, conductor 

President's Party December 11, 1970 

The Old Maid and the Thief - Menotti 

Thirty-sixth Annual Commencement May 14, 1969 

Thirty-seventh Annual Commencement May 18, 1970 

Thirty-eighth Annual Commencement May 15, 1970 



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STUDENT RECITALS 

Bassoon 

Mr. Abraham Weiss May 8, 1970 

Mr. James Hough May 13, 1970* 

Clarinet 

Mr. David Singer March 8, 1970 

Mr. David Shifrin March 17, 1970 

Doublebass 

Mr. Stephen Edwards February 26, 1971* 

Mr. Michael Morgan May 11, 1969 

April 26, 1970* 

Mr. Mark Stephenson November 19, 1969 

April 29, 1970 

March 12, 1971* 

Mr. Gabriel Vole March 30, 1971* 

Flute 

Miss Deborah Carter April 27, 1969* 

Miss Sandra Miller March 8, 1970 

March 28, 1971* 

Harp 

Miss Erica Goodman March 16, 1969 

Miss Karen Krisel April 27, 1969 

May 13, 1970* 

Miss Heidi Lehwalder May 11, 1969 

April 16, 1970 

Miss Kathleen Moreno April 16, 1970 

Miss Michaelene Shay April 16, 1970 

Horn 

Miss Alice Kennedy April 13, 1969* 

Mr. Milton Phibbs April 26, 1971* 

Mr. George Stimpson March U, 1970* 

Oboe 

Mr. David Weber April 19, 1970* 

Mr. Martin Woltman April 19, 1970* 

Organ 

Mr. Michael Korn February 5, 1969 

May 9, 1969* 

Mr. Wesley Parrott November 15, 1970 

Miss Nancy Shearer March 8, 1970 

November 23, 1970 



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Organ (Cont'd) 



Mr. 
Mr. 



Mr. 



Mr. 



Michael Stairs January L4, 1970 

Gordon Turk March 16, 1969 

December 17, 1969 

April 8, 1970 

December 15, 1970 

April 18, 1971* 

John Tuttle February 5, 1969 

March 30, 1969* 

Karl Watson March 11, 1970 

February 3, 1971 



Piano 



Mr. James Adler April 18 

Mr. Paul Berkowitz March 17 

November 23 

Mr. Jeffrey Chappell March 30 

Mr. James Fields May 13 

April 15 

Miss Claudia Hoca February 23 

May 10 

Mr. '/illiam Horn March 12 

May 6 

Miss Hilla Khursedji April 12 

March 29 

Miss Patricia Michaelian May 11 

April 8 

Miss Cristina Ortiz March 15 

April 16 

Miss Cynthia Raim March 21 

Mr. Gary Rea April 29 

March 12 

Miss Heidi Rice January 24 

Miss Kiyoko Takeuti February 23 

April 26 
May 10 

Mr. Andrev Willis April 20 

May 9 

March J+ 

April 15 



1971 

1970 

1970 

1971 

1969 

1969 

1969 

1970* 

1969 

1970* 

1970 

1971 

1969 

1970* 

1971 

1971 

1971 

1970 

1971* 

1971 

1969 

1971 

1971* 

1969 

1969 

1970 

1971 



Percussion 



Mr. Daniel Sanbrotti May 1, 

Mr. Mark Sunkett May 1, 

Mr. Donald Williams May 1, 

Trombone 

Mr. Robert Koester February 22, 

Mr. Mark Lawrence April 30, 

Mr. Francis Ryan April 29, 

Mr. Mark Steinruck April 15, 



1970* 
1970* 
1970* 



1970* 
1971 
1969* 
1970* 



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Mr. Toby Appell March 12, 1969 

Mr. Mark Childs May 6, 1969* 

Mr. Gary Logsdon April 24, 1969* 

Mr. Bruce Plumb April 30, 1971 

Violin 

Mr. Lance Elbeck April 24, 1969 

May 8, 1970* 

Mr. Daniel Heifetz April 16, 1971* 

Mr. Piotr Janowski January 24, 1971 

April 5, 1971 

Miss Ki-Young Park April 11, 1969 

Mr. Eugene 3arbu April 26, 1971 

Mr. Rolf Schulte February 3, 1971 

March 2, 1971 

Mr. Jan Sloman November 15, 1970 

May 11, 1971 

Miss Mari Tsumura February 26, 1971* 

Mr. Paul Windt April 20, 1969 

December 17, 1969* 

Violoncello 

Mr. Chris Finckel April 12, 1970 

May 10, 1971* 

Mr. Jerry Grossman November 19 » 1970 

May 2, 1971 
May 5, 1971 

Mr. George Harpham May 13, 1969* 

Mr. Roger Lou April 27, 1971 

Mr. Christopher Rex May 1, 1970 

toy 23, 1971 

Miss Rebecca Seiver April 16, 1969 

March 4, 1970 
J 'arch 15, 1971 

Mr. Loren Stephenson May 7, 1969* 

Miss Elizabeth Tuma March 21, 1971 

May 11, 1971* 

Mi3S Patricia Weimer May 6, 1970 

Mr. Peter Wiley March 11, 1970 

November 23, 1970 

Voice 

Miss Cecilia Angell, soprano March 11, 1970 

Miss Pamela Boodley, soprano April 29, 1969 

Mr. Gregory Cantwell, barit°ne March 12, 1971 

Mr. Otoniel Gonzaga, tenor January 14, 1970 

April 15, 1971 

Miss Mary Sue Hyatt, soprano April 20, 1971 

Miss Norma Hirsh, mezzo-soprano May 6, 1969* 

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Voice (Cont'd) 



Miss Kathleen Lainy, soprano April 20 

Mi3S Pamela La Salle, soprano April 8 

May 10 

Mr. Daniel McConnell, bass April 26 

Miss Kary Nestler, soprano April 1 

Miss Carol Page, soprano February 22 

March 2 

Mr. Richard Powell, tenor April 2C 

Miss Lynn Prevot, soprano December 15 

Miss Carol Rogers, soprano March 29 

Miss Patricia Stasis, soprano April 13 

April 15 
iy 6 

April 27 

Mr. Thomas Tietjen, bass April 20 

Miss Sylvia Villerreal, soprano April 26 

toy 8 

April 18 

Miss Claudia Visca, soprano March 28 

Miss J? Ann VischorlC, soprano April 20 

April 12 

Mr. Charles Walker, tenor April 29 

Miss Diana Washburn, soprano April 27 

Miss Carla Wilkins, contralto April 16 



1971 

1970 

1971 

1971 

1971 

1970 

1971 

1971 

1970 

1971 

1969 

1970 

1970 

1971 » 

1971 

1970 

1970 

1971 

1971 

1969 

1970* 

1970 

1969 

1969 



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PResi6ent's paRty 




the cuptis institute of music 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



decembeR 11, 1968 



chRistmas pROQRam 



caroLs By entire school 



O come, all ye faithful, joyful and AdeSte J*idcks 

triumphant, 
O come ye, O come ye, to Bethlehem; 
Come and behold Him, born the King 

of angels. 

O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us 

adore Him, 
O come, let us adore Him, Christ, the 

Lord. 

Yea, Lord, we greet Thee, born this 

happy morning, 
Jesus, to Thee be all glory giv'n; 
Word of the Father, now in flesh 

appearing. 

O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us 

adore Him; 
O come, let us adore Him, Christ, the 

Lord. 



caroIs By entiRe school 



Silent nighr! Holy night! Sikttt J^ight 

All is calm, all is bright, 

Round yon Virgin Mother and Child ! 

Holy Infant, so tender and mild, 

Sleep in heavenly peace. 

Sleep in heavenly peace. 

Silent night ! Holy night ! 
Shepherds auake at the sight, 
Glories stream from heaven afar, 
Heav'nly hosts sing Alleluia, 
Christ the Saviour is born. 
Christ the Saviour is born. 

Silent night ! Holy night ! 
Son of God, love's pure light, 
Radiant beams from Thy holy face, 
With the dawn of redeeming grace, 
Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth, 
jcsus, Lord, at Thy birth. 



The first Noweli the angel did say Jhe J*ir§t I^OWtll 

Was to certain poor shepherds, in fields 

as they lay, 
In fields where they lay keeping their 

sheep, 
On a cold winter's night that was so 
deep. 

Nowell, Nowell, Noweli, Nowell, 
Born is the King of Israel. 

They looked up and saw a star 
Sinning in the East beyond 

them far, 
And to the earth it gave great 

light, 
And so it continued both day 
and night. 

Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, 
Born is the King of Israel. 






Menotti 

Terzetto . * 

A. McCurdy, 0. Cole, R. . Levin 
Oboe obbligatto - Sol Schonbach 
M. Korn, piano 

Siegfried Idyll *« ner 

L. Elbeck ) violins 

D. Heifetz) 

J. Carter, viola 

G. Harpham, vc 

D. Carter, flute 

J. Gaudetter, bassoon 

D. Weber, oboe 

M. Miyikawa, clarinet 

K. Betts, horn 

L. Weeks, trumpet 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




Wednesday Evening, January 15, 1969 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Rondino in E flat major (.1792) Ludwig van Beethoven 

Martin Woltman)_ oboefi Weldon Berry). clarinets 

David Weber ) David Singer) 

John Gaudette) . . Kendall Betts) u-.,-,- 

\- bassoons ... v , (- norns 

James Hough ) Alice Kennedy) 

Students of Mr. John de Lancie 
in Woodwind Ensemble 

II 

Trio in C major, Opus 87 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro 
Adagio 

Menuetto: Allegro molto. Scherzo 
Finale: Presto 

David Weber and Randall Wolfgang, oboes 
Martin Woltman, english horn 

Oboe students of Mr. John de Lancie 

III 

Sonata in C minor, Op. poath. (D9580 Franz Schubert 

Allegro 
Adagio 

Menuetto i Allegro 
Allegro 

Rudolf Serkin, piano 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




Wednesday Evening, February 5, 1969 at 8:00 o'clock 
ORGAN MUSIC OF JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750) 

PROGRAM 
I 

From Clavier-Ubung, Part III (Leipzig, 1739): 

Kyrie, Gott Heiliger Geist (a 5 Cantus firmus im Bass con Organo 
Pleno), BW 671 

Jesus Christus, unser Heiland (a 2 Clavier e Cantus firmus im 
Pedale) , BWV 688 

Erbarm' dich mein, herre Gott, BW 721 (Arnstadt, 1722) 
Prelude and Fugue in b minor, BW 5UA (Leipzig, 1727-1736) 

JOHN TUTTLE ■ 

II 

Toccata in F Major, BW 54-0 (Weimar, c. 1716) 

Meine Seele erhebet den Herren ("Schubler" collection), BW 6^8 
(from Cantata 93; Leipzig, 1728) 

Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g'mein, BW 734- (Arnstadt, 1722) 
Passacaglia and Fugue in c minor, BW 582 (Weimar, c. 1716-17) 

MICHAEL KORN 
Mr. Tuttle and Mr. Korn: Students of Dr. Alexander McCurdy 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 



BRASS 
OPEN PERFORMING CLASS 

Thursday Afternoon, February 20, 1969 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Trumpet Tune John Stanley 

Roger Blackburn, trumpet 
Dr. McCurdy, organ 

II 

Trumpet Concerto in Eb Johann Hummel 

Larry Weeks , trumpet 
Karl Watoon , piano * 

III 

Gloria in Excelsis Deo Traditional Carol 

(arranged by Maurice Andre) 
Roger Blackburn, trumpet 
Dr. McCurdy, organ 

IV 

Fantaisie Concertante Jacques Casterede 

Robert Koester, bass trombone 
Beth Levin, piano 

Roger Blackburn and Larry Weeks: Students of Mr. Samuel Krauss 
Robert Koester: Student of Mr. M. Dee Stewart 



^Michael Korn 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-69 

WOODWIND ENSEMBLE 
Under the direction of Mr. John de Lancie 

CLAUDIA HOCA, piano 
KIYOKO TAKEUTI, piano 

Sunday Afternoon, February 23, 1969 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Partita for Wind Quintet Irving Fine 



I. 


Introductit 


3n and 


Theme 


II. 


Variation 






III. 


Interlude 






IV. 


Gigue 






V. 


Coda 






Vendla Koljonen, 


flute 




David 


Weber, obot 


a 





David Singer , clarinet 
John Gaudette, bassoon 
Alice Kennedy, horn 

II 

Sonata in A minor, (K310) W. A. Mozart 

Allegro maestoso 

Andante cantabile con espressione 
Presto 

CLAUDIA HOCA, piano 
III 
Kreisleriana, Opus 16 

1. Ausserst bewegt /+• 

2. Sehr innig und nicht zu rasch f>. 

Intermezzo I: Sehr lebhaft 6. 
Intermezzo II: Etwas bewegte 7. 

3. Sehr aufgeregt 8. 

KIYOKO TAKEUTI, piano 
IV 

Dixtuor (1922) Darius Milhaud 

Rude 

Lento 
Violent 

Vendla Koljonen) __ . David Shifrin) . . 

Sandra Miller )" flute David Singer )" clarinets 

David Weber )_ oboes John Gaudette) bassoons 

Martin Woltman ) James Hough ) 

Alice Kennedy ) . 

r _, . J [- horns 

George Stimpson) 

Miss Hoca and Miss Takeuti: Students of Mr. Horszowski 



, . . . .Robert Schumann 

Sehr langsam 

Sehr lebhaft 

Sehr langsam 

Sehr rasch 

Schnell und spielend 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




CCUCERTO PROGRAM 
Under the direction of Mr. William Smith 
Friday Evening, February 28, 1969 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Concerto in Eb Major, for Trumpet and Orchestra Joseph Haydn 

Allegro 

Andante 

Finale: Allegro 

Roger Blackburn, trumpet * 

II 

Concerto in Eb Major, for Horn and Orchestra, K.4-17 W. A. Mozart 

Allegro maestoso 
Andante 
Rondo 

Kendall Betts, French 'Horn 
III 

Concerto for Flute and Orchestra Carl Nielsen 

Allegro moderato 
Allegretto 

Deborah Carter, flute 

IV 

Sinfonia-Concertante in Eb Major, W. A. Mozart 

for Violin, Viola, and Orchestra, K.364. 

Allegro maestoso 
Andante 
Presto 

Paul Windt, violin 
Gary Logsdon, viola 



Mr. Blackburn 
Mr. Betts 
Miss Carter 
Mr. Windt 
Mr. Logsdon 



Student of Mr. Krauss 

Student of Mr. Jones 

Student of Mr. Krell 

Student of Mr. Brodsky 

Student of Mr. de Pasquale 



Curtis Chamber Orchestra conducted by Mr. William Smith 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




STUDENTS OF MR. JONES AND^SP^JOHNSON IN BRASS ENSEMBLE 

Sunday Afternoon, March 9, 1969 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Suite of Four Dances Johann Pezel 

Roger Blackburn) . . Alice Kennedy, horn 

John McElroy ) Mark Steinruck, trombone 

T. Parson Bryson, tuba 

II 

Suite Francaise Eugene Bozza 

Allegro vivo giocoso 
Lento (Chorale) 

Allegro giocoso (Scherzando) 

Larry Weeks )_ trumpets George Stimpson, horn 

Robert Souza) Robert Koester, trombone 

T. Parson Bryson, tuba 

III 

Mutations from Bach Samuel Barber 

Roger Blackburn) Kendall Betts ) 

Irvin Sanders )- trumpets Gregory Hustis)_ horns 

Robert Souza ) Alice Kennedy ) 

Milton Phibbs ) 
Francis Ryan ) 

Mark Steinruck)- trombones T. Parson Bryson, tuba 

Robert Koester) Donald Williams, timpani 

Conducted by Mason Jones 

IV 

Choros No. L, (played without pause) Heitor Villa Lobos 

Modere Lento Anime 

Alice Kennedy ) Robert Koester, bass trombone 

George Stimpson)- horns 
Milton Phibbs ) 

Conducted by Mason Jones 



Liturgical Fanfares 

Annunciation 
Gospel 

Good Friday Procession 
Revelation 



Henri Tomasi 



Roger Blackburn 
Larry Weeks 
Robert Souza 
John McElroy 
Irvin Sanders 



- trumpets 



Mark Lawrence ) 

Mark Steinruck) trombones 

Francis Ryan ) 

Robert Koester) 



Kendall Betts ) 
George Stimpson) 
Alice Kennedy )- horns 
Milton Phibbs ) 
Gregory Hustis ) 
T. Parson Bryson, 
Donald Williams ) 
Mark Sunkett ) 
Anthony Patota ) 
Daniel Sanbrotti) 



tuba 

- timpani and 
percussion 



Conducted by Mason Jones 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




WILLIAM HORN, piano 
TOBY APPEL, viola 

Wednesday Evening, March 12, 1969 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata in E major, Opus 109 L. van Beethoven 

Vivace, ma non troppo 
Prestissimo 

Andante molto ed espressivo 

WILLIAM HORN 

II 

Sonata, Opus 11, No. U Paul Hindemith 

Fantasie: Ruhig 

Thema mit variationen 
Finale (mit variationen) 

TOBY APPEL 
Andrew Willis at the piano 

III 

Etude in C# minor, Opus 2, No. 1 Alexander Scriabin 

Poem in F# major, Opus 32, No. 1 Alexander Scriabin 

Hungarian Rhapsody No. 10 in E major Franz Liszt 

WILLIAM HORN 

Mr. Horn: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Mr. Appel: Student of Mr. Aronoff 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




GORDON TURK, organ 

ERICA GOODMAN, harp 

CHAMBER MUSIC STUDENTS OF MR. BRODSKY 

Sunday Afternoon, March 16, 1969 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

My soul doth magnify the Lord, BWV 6^8 J. S. Bach 

"Schiibler Chorales" Leipzig, 1730-35 

Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV 551 J. S. Bach 

Arnstadt, 1706 

GORDON TURK 
II 

Quintet in A major (Trout) Op. posth. 114 (D667) Franz Schubert 

Allegro vivace 
Andante 

Scherzo: Presto 
Thema : Andantino 

Finale: Allegro giusto 

Mi -Young Park, violin Chris Finckel, violoncello 

Patricia Snowdon, viola Michael Morgan, contrabass 

Claudia Hoca, piano 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Variations on a theme in ancient style Carlos Salzedo 

Sonata Germaine Tailleferre 

ERICA GOODMAN 

IV 

Prelude and Fugue on BACH Franz Liszt 

GORDON TURK 

Mr. Turk: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Miss Goodman: Student of Miss Costello 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




OPBJ PERFORMANCE HARP CLASS 
Students of Miss Costello 

Thursday Afternoon, March 27, 1969 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Quietude 

Iridescence 

Introspection 

Lamentation 

Whirlwind 



Carlos Salzedo 



MICHAELINE SHAY 
II 

TaSourin) Jean Phili PP e Rameau 

Communion Carlos Salzedo 

REGINA WATSON 

III 

Sonata for Flute and Harp Petra-Besacopol 

Allegro appasionata 

Andante espressivc, rubato 
Allegro vivo 

Vendla Koljonen, flute 
ERICA GOODMAN 

IV 

Concerto in F Major, Opus U No. 5 Georg Friedrich Handel 

Larghetto - Allegro - Alia Siciliana - Presto 



Amy Joanou, violin 
Kay Johnson, violin 



Jim Carter, viola 
Gabriel Vole, contrabass 



KAREN KRISEL 
V 

Olympia Paul Creston 

KAREN KRISEL 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




ORGAN CONCERT 

JOHN TUTTLE * 

Sunday Afternoon, March 30, 1969 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Trois Chorals pour Grand Orgue Cesar Franck 

1822- 1890 
Choral No. 1 en mi majeur 

Choral No. 2 en si mineur 

Choral No. 3 en la mineur 

The Trois Chorals were written in the last year of ^ Franck ' s life, 
and dedicated to three prominent French musicians: Eugene Gigout, an 
organist, Auguste Durand, the publisher, and Augusta Halmes, a pupil. 
They are admired for their distinctive form. 

II 

Prelude, Adagio, et Choral varie Maurice Durufle 

sur le theme du "Veni Creator" 1902 - 

Maurice Durufle is organist of St. fitienne du Mont in Paris. This 
work won first prize in the Concours des "Amis de 1' Orgue", and is 
dedicated to his teacher, Louis Vierne. 

Mr. Tuttle: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty -fifth Season 1968-1969 




PIANO RECITAL BY 

MIECZYSLAV HORSZOVSKI 

Wednesday Evening, April 2, 1969 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

French Suite No. 6 in E Major J. S. Bach 

Allegro moderato Allegretto grazioso 

Allegro e leggiero Vivace 

Sarabande: Andante sostenuto Moderato 

Un poco vivace Molto allegro 

II 

Sonata in E minor, Opus 90 Ludwig van Beethoven 

I Mit Lebhaf tigkeit und durchaus mit Empfindung und Ausdruck. 
II Nicht zu geschwind und sehr singbar vorzutragen. 

Ill 

Sonata in A Major, Opus 101 Ludwig van Beethoven 

I Etuas lebhaf t, und rait der innigsten Empfindung. 
II Lebhaft, marschmassig. 
Ill Langsam und sensuchtsvoll. 
IV Geschwind, doch nicht zu sehr und mit Entschlossenheit. 

INTERMISSION 

IV 

Impromptu No. 2 in F/rMajor Frederic Chopin 



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Three new Etudes Frederic Chopin 

1. F minor 

2. Ab Major 

3. Db Major 

Fantaisie in F minor, Opus 49 Frederic Chopin 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




Mi Young Park, violin 

Chamber Music Students of Mr. Dalley 

Woodwind Ensemble Students of Mr. de Lancie 

Friday Afternoon, April 11, 1969 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Trio in A minor, Opus 114. Johannes Brahms 

Allegro 
Adagio 

Andantino grazioso 
Allegro 

David Shifrin, clarinet George Harpham, violoncello 

Susan Cornwell, piano 

II 

Grave and Fugue from the J. S. Bach 

Sonata No. 2 in A minor for violin alone 

Sonata (Ballade) Opus 27, No. 3 Eugene Ysaye 

for violin alone 

MI YOUNG PARK 
III 

Serenade in Eb Major (K375) W. A. Mozart 

Allegro maestoso 
Menuetto 
Adagio 
Menuetto 
Allegro 

David Weber ) oK ^ John Gaudette) K „_ 

Martin Woltman)" 0b ° eS James Hough )" baSS °° nS 

David Singer ) clarinets Kendall Betts). horns 

David Shifrin ) Alice Kennedy) 

Miss Park: Student of Mr. Galamian 
and Mr. Makanowitzky 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




ALICE KENNEDY, french horn * 
PATRICIA STASIS, soprano 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Sunday Afternoon, April 13, 1969 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Adagio and Allegro, Opus 70 Robert Schumann 

ALICE KENNEDY 

II 

n ! ? \ George Frederick Handel 

Bel piacere ) & 

Der Tod, das ist die kiihle Nacht) T , _ , 

„ . , . . «.•• . , ( Johannes Brahms 

Vergebliches Standchen ) 

Le temps des lilas Ernest Chausson 

Nell Gabriel Faure 

In quelle trine morbide Giacomo Puccini 

from Manon Lescaut 

PATRICIA STASIS 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Villanelle Paul Dukas 

En Foret Eugene Bozza 

ALICE KENNEDY 
IV 

Trio in Eb, Opus 4.0 Johannes Brahms 

Andante 

Scherzo: Allegro 
Adagio mesto 

Finale: Allegro con brio 

ALICE KENNEDY 
Rolf Schulte, violin Claudia Hoca* piano 

Chamber music students of Mr. Tree 

Miss Kennedy: Student of Mr. Jones 
Miss Stasis: Student of Mme. Gregory 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




DEBORAH CARTER, flute * 
CARLA WILKINS, contralto 
REBECCA SEIVER, violoncello 

Wednesday Evening, April 16, 1969 at 8;O0 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata in Eb Major J. S. Bach 

Allegro moderato 
Siciliano 
Allegro 

DEBORAH CARTER 
Mr. William Smith, piano 

II 

Two songs for alto with viola obbligato, Opus 91 Johannes Brahms 

I. Gestillte Sehnsucht 
II. Geistliches Wiegenlied 

CARLA WILKINS 
Toby Appel, viola Paul Berkowitz, piano 

III 

Sonata in A (Arpeggione) (D821) Franz Schubert 

Allegro moderato 
Adagio 

Allegretto 

REBECCA SEIVER 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff, piano 

INTERMISSION 

IV 

Acht Stiicke Paul Hindemith 

for flute alone 

1. Gemachlich, leicht bewegt 5. Sehr lebhaft 

2. Scherzando 6. Lied, leicht bewegt 

3. Sehr langsam, frei im Zeitmass 7. Rezitativ 
4- Gemachlich 8. Finale 

DEBORAH CARTER 

V 

Sonata Francis Poulenc 

Allegretto malinconico 
Cantilena: Assez lent 
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Mr. William Smith, piano 

Miss Carter: Student of Mr. Krell 
Miss Wilkins: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Miss Seiver: Student of Mr. Cole 



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Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




JO ANN VlSCHORIC, soprano 

PAUL WiNDT, violin 

ANDRE'.' WILLIS, piano 

Sunday Afternoon, April 20, 1969 at 5 o'clock 

PROGR, kj . 

I 

Sonata in D I^ajor Vivaldi-Respighi 

iioderato 

Allegro moderato 
Largo 
Vivace 

Sonata in A liajor, Opus 13 Gabriel Faure 

Allegro molto 
Andante 

Allegro vivo 

Allegro quasi presto 

Caprice d'apres 1' etude en. . . _ Eugene Ysaye 

forme de valse de C. Saint-Saens 

PAUL WINDT 
Mikiko Usui , piano 

II 

L'amero, from "II re pastore" ■'. A. iiozart 

Paul Windt, violin obbligato 

Stizzoso, mio stizzoso Giovanni Pergolesi 

Der Neugierige) Franz Schubert 

Seligkeit ) 

Bell song, from "Lakme" Leo Delibes 

JO ANN VlSCHORIC 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff, piano 

III 

Carnaval, Opus 9 Robert Schumann 

1. Preambule 11. Chiarina 

2. Pierrot 12. Chopin 

3. Arlequin 13. Estrella 

U- Valse noble 14.. Reconnaissance 

5. Eusebius 15- Pantalon et Cclombine 

6. Florestan 16. Valse Allemande - 

7. Coquette Paganini 
b. Replique 17. ..veu 
9. Papi lions lb. Promenade 

10. A.S.C.H. - S.C.H.A. 19- Pause 

LLettres Dansantes] 20. iiarche des Davidsbundler 

ANDRE 1 // WILLIS 

Kiss Vischoric: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mr. '..'indt: Student of Vr. Brodsky 
ilr. Willis: Student of Mr. Horszowski 



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Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




OPEN PERFORMANCE CLASS, THE CURTIS ORCHESTRA 
under the direction of Mr. William Smith 

Tuesday Afternoon, April 22, 1969 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto No. K in G Major, Opus 58 L. van Beethoven 

for piano and orchestra 

Allegro moderato 
Andante con moto 
Rondo 

Kiyoko Takeuti , piano 
II 

Kindertoten lieder ..... Gustav Mahler 

1. Nun will die Sohn' so hell aufgeh'n. 

2. Nun seh' ich wohl, varum so dunkle Flammen. 

3. V/enn dein Mutter lein. 

4.. Oft denk' ich, sie sind nur ausgegangen. 
5« In diesem V.'etter. 

Norma Hirsh, mezzo-soprano 

III 

Concerto in D Major, Opus 35 Peter Tchaikov/sky 

for violin and orchestra 

nndante non troppo e molto maestoso 
Andantino semplice 
nllegro con fuoco 

Daniel Heifetz, violin 



Miss Takeuti: Student of Mr. Horszovski 
Miss Hirsh: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mr. Heifetz: Student of Mr. Galamian 



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THE GUARNERI QU/iRTE 
Wednesday Evening, April 23, 1969 at 8 o'clock 

PROGRAI 

I 

Quartet in Lb, Opus 127 L. van Beethoven 

Maestoso 
Allegro 

Adagio, ma non troppo e molto cantabile 
Scherzando vivace 
Finale: Allegro 

INTER I_ I S S I II 

II 

'"uartet in F Major, Opus 41 » No. 3. . .Robert Schumann 

Andante espressivo 
Assai agitato 
Adagio molto 

Finale: Allegro molto vivace 

Arnold Steinhardt, violin 

John Dalley, violin 

Michael Tree, viola 
David Soyer, violoncello 



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Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




OP'tK PERFORMANCE CLASS FOR STRINGS 

GARY LOGSDGE, viola 

MARK STEPRMSGNj double bass 

LANCL ELEECK, violin 

Thursday afternoon, ..pril 24, 1969 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGR/l 

I 

Concerto, Opus posth < Bela Bartok 

Moderato 

adagio religioso 
.'.llegro vivace 

GARY LOGSDOi: 
James Fields, piano 

II 

Sonata (1950) Paul Hindemith* 

allegretto 

ocherzo: ..llegro assai 
Ilolto adagio 

MARK STEPHENSON 
jindrev: 'illis, piano 

III 

Concerto No. 1 in D Major. I!icolo Paganini 

allegro 
.'.dagio 
Rcndo 

L. i.C^ - LL>.LjCn 
Janes Fields, piano 

Mr. Logsdon: Student of . r. de Pasquale 
Mr. Stephens :r: Student of Mr. Scott 
. r. Ilbeck: Student of Mr. Makanovitzky 

*This work was omitted because of Mr. Willis' illness. 



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Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




OPEN PERFORMS CE CLASS, STUDENTS OF MME. GREGORY 

JO ANN VISCHORIC, soprano CARLA .-.'ILK INS, mezzo-soprano 

DIANA '.'/ASH BURN , soprano NOREA HIRSH, mezzo- soprano 

PAMELA BOODLEY, lyric-coloratura 

Friday afternoon, ;\pril 25, 1969 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Come and trip it. ... . .............. . George F. Handel 

Saper vorreste, from "The Masked Br 11" . ......... Giuseppe Verdi 

JO ANN VISCHORIC 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff , piano 

II 

sleep, who dost thou leave me? . George F. Handel 

Non so piu, cosa son, from "Earriage of Figaro" ........'. A. Eozart 

DIANA JASHBURN 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff, piano 

III 

Nebbie .Ottorino Respighi 

An die Ilusik ) 

Lied der Mignon). ....... . Franz Schubert 

Die junge Nonne) 

Re dell' abbisso, from "The Easked Ball". ........ Giuseppe Verdi 

CARLA WILKIN S 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff, piano 

IV 
Der Hirt auf dem Felsen Franz Schubert 

PAMELA BOODLEY 
David Singer, clarinet obbligato Franz itupp, piano 

V 

Fu la sorte dell'armi, duet from "Aida" Gi-seppe Verdi 

PATRICIA STASIS 
NORMA HIRSH 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff, piano 



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DIANA DEE V/ASHBURN, soprano 
KAREN KRISEL, harp 
DEBORAH CARTER, flute 
CHAMBER MUSIC STUDENTS OF MR. STEIKHARDT 

Sunday /.fternoon, April 27, 1969 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Trio in a minor, Opus 114. Johannes Brahms 

Allegro 
Adagio 

Andante grazioso 
allegro 

David Singer, clarinet Loran Stephenson, violoncello 

Craig Nies, piano 

II 

Un moto di gioia) , , ><„„c,v,+ 

_. , , , ( ...A. i-.ozart 

Ridente la calma) 

Lachen und veinen) _ _ . . 

,,,..,. n ,,\ Franz ochubert 

Du bist die Ruh' ) 

Beau soir ) Claude Debussy 

Voici que le printemps) 

Regnava nel silenzio . Gaetano Donizetti 

from "Lucia di Lammermoor" 

DIANa DEE tf/iSHBURN 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff , piano 

III 

Sonata Jean-1-ichel Daroase 

allegro moderato 
andante con moto 
Allegro vivo 

Adagio - presto 

DEBORAH C.-JtTER 
iJARHJ KRISEL 

IV 

Introduction and Allegro Maurice Ravel 

KAREN KRISEL, harp 
Vendla Koljonen, flute David Shifrin, clarinet 

Lance Elbeck, violin Patricia Snov/don, viola 

Kay J.hnson, violin George Harpham, violoncello 

Miss '..'ashburn: Student of lime. Gregory 
Miss Krisel: Student of Miss Costello 
Miss Carter: Student of Mr. Krell 









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PAMELA BCODLEY, lyric-coloratura 
FRANK RY,i : , trombone * 
CHAMBER MUSIC STUDENTS OF MR. TREE 
VIOLONCELLOS UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MR. COLE 

Tuesday Evening, April 29, 1969 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAI i 

I 

Praeludium, Chorale, Variations and Fugue J. I. duller 

(1839) 

FRANK RYAN 
John Tuttle, organ 

II 

Sonata for Trombone and Piano John Davidson 

,llegro (W66) 

Scherzando (after an English folk-song) 
Rondo with chorale 

FRANK RYAN 

Mark Steinruck, piano 

III 

Galilee Julian Porret 

TROMBONE QUARTET 

Frank Ryan Mark Steinruck 

Mark Lawrence Robert Koester 

IV 

Bachianas brasileiras No. 5 Heitor Villa -Lobos 

for soprano and orchestra of violoncellos 

I. Aria (Cantilene) 

II. Dansa (Martelo) 

PAMELA B0ODLEY 

George Harpham Elizabeth Tuma 

Chris Finckel Rebecca Seiver 

Loran Stephenson Patricia '.'eimer 

Christopher Rex Bryan Epperson 

INTERMISSION 



Trio in Bb, Opus 99, (D89o) Franz Schubert 

nllegro moderato 

Andante un poco mosso 
Scherzo: Allegro 

Hondo: Allegro vivace 

Rolf Schulte, violin Jerry Grossman, violoncello 

Beth Levin, piano 

Miss Boodley: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mr. Ryan: Student of Mr. Stewart 






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LORAN STEPHENSON, violoncello * 
WOODWIND ENSEMBLE STUDENTS OF MR. DE LANCIE 

Wednesday Evening, May 7, 1969 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata in D Major, Opus 102, No. 2 L. van Beethoven 

Allegro con brio 
Adagio 
Allegro 

Allegro fugato 

Variations on a rococo theme, Opus. 33 P. Tchaikovsky 

LORAN STEPHENSON 
Andrew Willis, piano 

INTERMISSION 

II 

Quintet (K4.52) W. A. Mozart 

Lagro 

Allegro moderato 
Larghetto 

Rondo: allegretto 

Kiyoko ^akeuti , piano 
Martin Woltman, oboe David Singer, clarinet 

Fred Alston, bassoon Kendall Betts, horn 

Mr. Stephenson: Student of Mr. Cole 



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Curtis Hall, Forty-fifth Season 1968-1969 




MICHAEL KORN, organ * 
ANDREW WILLIS, piano 
CHAMBER MUSIC STUDENTS UNDER MR. STEINHARDT 

Friday Evening, May 9, 1969 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Choral in B minor Cesar Franck 

Variations sur un noel .................. Marcel Dupre 

Moderato "Theme" 
Larghetto 
Poco animato 
Cantabile 

Vif 
Vivace 
Plus modere 
Vivace 
Cantabile 
Anime 
Fugato "Non troppo vivace" 
Presto 

MICHAEL KORN 

INTERMISSION 

II 

Thirty-two variations on an original theme. ...... L. van Beethoven 

in C minor 

ANDREW WILLIS 

III 

Trio in Bb, Opus 11 . L. van Beethoven 

Allegro con brio 
Adagio 

Tema con variazioni 

Claudia Hoca, piano 
George Harpham, violoncello 
Weldon Berry, clarinet 

Mr. Korn: Student of Dr. McCurdy 

Mr. Willis: Student of Mr. Horszowski 



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PATRICIA KICHAELIAN , piano 

HEIDI LEHWALDER, harp 
MICHAEL MORGAN , contra-bass 

Sunday Afternoon, May 11, 1969 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata No. 4 in D Major Georg Frederic Handel 

Adagio 
Allegro 
Larghetto 
Allegro 

MICHAEL MORGAN 
tB J, n.am rinufh, pi s^o* 

II 

Sonata. Paul Hindemith 

Massig schnell 
Lebhaft 

Lied: sehr langsam 

Scintillation .Carlos Salzedo 

HEIDI LEHWALDER 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Sonata in A Major (D959) Franz Schubert 

Allegro 
Andantino 

Scherzo: allegro vivace 
Trio: un poco piu lento 
Rondo: allegretto 

PATRICIA MICHAELIAN 

Miss Michaelian: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 

Miss Lehwalder: Student of Miss Costello 

Mr. Morgan: Student of Mr. Scott 

*Craig Nies, piano 



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Thirty-sixth Annual Commencement and 
Conferring of Degrees 



Curtis Hall • Philadelphia • Pennsylvania 

Wednesday, May fourteenth 

Nineteen hundred and sixty-nine 



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ORGAN PRELUDES 

Toccata in E Major Johann Sebastian Bach 

Chorale and Chorale Prelude 

"Christ lag in Todesbanden" 

Chorale and Chorale Prelude Flor Peeters 

"Placare, Christe, servulis" 

GRADUATE PROCESSION 

Rigaudon Andre Campra 

Michael Stairs 

ADDRESS 

Richard F. Sterba, M.D. 

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 

Wayne State University 

AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS 

Cary W. Bok, Vice President 
Rudolf Serkin, Director 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES LN COURSE 

The Vice President 

The Director 

CONFERRING OF HONORARY DEGREES 

Doctors of Music 

MlECZYSLAW HORSZOWSKI SOL SCHOENBACH 

The National Anthem — The Star-Spangled Banner 

GRADUATE RECESSION 
Finale from Grande piece symphonique Cesar Franck 



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DIPLOMAS 

Voice 
Norma Hirsh Barsky 

Piano 
Mikko Usui 

Organ 
Michael C. Korn 



Mark I. Childs 



Viola 



Gary Logsdon 



Violoncello 
George Harpham Loran D. Stephenson, Jr. 

Flute 
Deborah Carter 

Clarinet 
Weldon H. Berry, Jr. 



Bassoon 
John Gaudette 




DEGREES IN COURSE 

BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Organ 
John H. Tuttle, Jr. 

French Horn 
Kendall Betts Alice L. Kennedy 

Trumpet 
Roger D. Blackburn 

Trombone 
Francis J. Ryan, Jr. 



Marshal 
Orlando Cole 

Assistant Marshals 

Stephen Edwards David Weber 

Tim Bryson Larry Weeks 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-sixth Season 1969-70 




"Woodwind Ensemble Students of Mr. de Lancie 

JERRY GROSSMAN - violoncello 
MARK STEPHENSON - doublebass 

Wednesday Evening, November 19, 1969 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Octet in Eb, Opus 103 L. van Beethoven 

Allegro 
Andante 
Menuetto 

Finale: Presto 

David Weber )_ oboes David Shifrin ). clarinets 

Randall Wolfgang) David Singer ) 

James Hough ) bassoons George Stimpson)- horns 

Abraham Weiss ) Milton Phibbs ) 

II 

Sonata, Opus 8 in B minor Zoltan Kodaly 

for cello alone 
Allegro maestoso ma appassionato 
Adagio 

Allegro molto vivace 

JERRY GROSSMAN 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Sonata (1949) Paul Hindemith 

Allegretto 

Scherzo: Allegro assai 
Variations: Molto adagio 

MARK STEPHENSON 
Andrew Willis, piano 

IV 

La cheminee du Roi Rene Darius Milhaud 

Cortege. Aubade. Jongleurs. La Maousinglade. Joutes sur l'arc. 
Chasse a Valabre Madrigal-Nocturne 

Vendla Koljonen - flute David Shifrin - clarinet 

Martin Woltman - oboe James Hough - bassoon 

George Stimpson - horn 

Mr. Grossman: Student of Mr. Soyer 
Mr. Stephenson: Student of Mr. Scott 



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Curtis Kail, Forty- sixth Season 1969-70 




Students in Chamber Music 

JERRY GROSSMAN, violoncello DAVID LEVINE, piano 

WILLIAM HORN, piano ROLF SCHULTE, violin 

Sunday Afternoon, December 7, 1969 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Trio in Eb Major, Opus 1, No. 1 .... L. van Beethoven 

Allegro 

Adagio cantabile 

Scherzo: Quasi allegro assai 
Finale: Presto 

ROLF SCHULTE 

JERRY GROSSMAN 

WILLIAM HORN 

II 

Partita in d minor (BWV 1004.) J. S. Bach 

for violin alone 

Allemanda Corrente Sarabc.nda Giga Ciaccona 

ROLF SCHULTE 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Sonata for violin and piano in G Major (KV379) W. A. Mozart 

Adagio 
Allegro 

Tema con variazior. '_: Andantino cantabile 

ROLF SCHULTE 
DAVID LEVINE 

Mr. Grossman: Student of Mr. Soyer 

Mr. Horn Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 

Mr. Levine: Student of Mr. Horszowski 

Mr. Schulte: Student of Mr. Galamian 



president's papty 




the cuptis institute of music 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
decerabec 12, 1969 



^% chpistmas pROQRam 

Canzona per sonare no. 2 Giovanni Gabrieli 

Suite of Six Dances Johann Pezel 



L. Weeks, J. McElroy, G. Stimpson, 
M. Steinruck, T, Bryson 



The Shepherd's Music from /• S. Bach 

Christmas Oratorio 



The Curtis Orchestra — William Smith, Conductor 



caroLs By entiRe school 

O come, all ye faithful, joyful and Ade§te J'ideks 

triumphant, 
O come ye, O come ye, to Bethlehem; 
Come and behold Him, born the King 

of angels. 

O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us 

adore Him, 
O comt, let us adore Him, Christ, the 

Lord. 

Yea, Lord, we greet Thee, born this 

happy morning, 
Jesus, to Thee be all glory giv'n; 
Word of the Father, now in flesh 

appearing. 

O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us 

adore Him; 
O come, let us adore Him, Christ, the 

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Silent night! Holy night! Silent CNight 

All is calm, all is bright, 

Round yon Virgin Mother and Child ! 

Holy Infant, so tender and mild, 

Sleep in heavenly peace. 

Sleep in heavenly peace. 

Silent night! Holy night! 
Shepherds quake at the sight, 
Glories stream from heaven afar, 
Heav'nly hosts sing Alleluia, 
Christ the Saviour is born. 
Christ the Saviour is born. 

Silent night ! Holy night ! 
Son of God, love's pure light, 
Radiant beams from Thy holy face, 
With the dawn of redeeming grace, 
Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth. 
Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth. 



The first Nowell the angel did say, J\)t J*ir§l 'NoWtll 

Was to certain poor shepherds, in fields 

as they lay, 
In fields where they lay keeping their 

sheep, 
On a cold winter's night that was so 
deep. 

Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, 
Born is the King of Israel. 

They looked up and saw a star 
Shining in the East beyond 

them far, 
And to the earth it gave great 

light, 
And so it continued both day 
and night. 

Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, 
Born is the King of Israel. 






THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty- sixth Season 1969-70 




Student Soloists with the Curtis Symphony Orchestra 
directed by Mr. William Smith 

SUSAN CORNWELL, piano 
MI YOUNG PARK, violin 
PATRICIA MICHAELIAN, piano 
KIY0K0 TAKEUTI, piano 

Sunday Afternoon, December 14-, 1969 at 5:15- 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto No. 2 in F Major, Opus 102 Dmitri Shostakovich 

Allegro 
Andante 
Allegro 

SUSAN CORNWELL 
II 
Tzigane - Rapsodie de concert Maurice Ravel 

MI YOUNG PARK 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Concerto for two pianos in Eb (K365) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro 
Andante 

Rondo: Allegro 

PATRICIA MICHAELIAN and KIY0K0 TAKEUTI 

Miss Cornwell: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Miss Park: Student of Mr. Galamian 

and Mr. Makanowitzky 
Miss Michaelian: Student of Mr. Horszowski 
Miss Takeuti: Student of Mr. Horszowski 



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Curtis Hall, Forty- sixth Season 1969-70 




Wednesday Evening, December 17, 1969 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Trio - Sonata No. 1 in Eb, BWV 525 J. S. Bach 

Andante Adagio Allegro 

"Dorian" Toccata and Fugue BWV 538 J. S. Bach 

GORDON TURK, organ 

II 

Sonata No. U in D Major George Frederick Handel 

Adagio Allegro Largo Allegro 

PAUL WINDT, violin 
William Horn, piano 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Sonata No. 1 in G Major, Opus 78 "Rain" Johannes Brahms 

Vivace ma non troppo 
Adagio 

Allegro molto moderato 

PAUL WINDT, violin 
William Horn, piano 

IV 

Sonata in d minor, Opus 27, No. 3 "Ballade" Eugene Ysaye 

for violin alone 

PAUL WINDT 
V 

Cantabile, Opus 17 Niccolo Paganini 

Introduction and Tarantella, Opus 4-3 Pablo de Sarasate 

PAUL WINDT, violin 
William Horn, piano 

Mir. Windt: Graduating Student of Mr. Zimbalist 

and Mr. Brodsky 
Mr. Turk: Student of Dr. Mc Curdy 



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Curtis Hall, Forty- sixth Season 1969-70 




Wednesday Evening, January 14., 1970 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Chorale-Prelude: Vir glauben all' an einen Gott J. S. Bach 

Clavier-Ubung, Part III (BWV680) 

MICHAEL STAIRS, organ 

II 

Vedrommi intorno l'ombra dolente W. A. Mozart 

from the opera Idomeneo, Re di Creta 

Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schon W. A. Mozart 

from the opera Die Zauberflote 

0T0NIEL GONZAGA, tenor 
Craig Nies, piano 

III 

Placare, Christe, servulis. Flor Peeters 

Air with variations Leo Sowerby 

Allegro from Symphony VI Charles Uidor 

MICHAEL STAIRS 

IV 

Five Songs Ludwig van Beethoven 

1. Der Kuss 

2. Andenken 

3- Ich liebe dich 

U- Wonne der Wehmut 

5- Die Ehre Gottes aus der Natur 

0T0NIEL GONZAGA 
Craig Nies, piano 

Mr. Stairs: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mr. Gonzaga: Student of Mr. Levis 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Mall, Forty- sixth Season 1969-70 




Sunday Afternoon, January 18, 1970 at 5:00 o'clock 
MAURIZIO POLLINI, piano 

Sonata No. 2 Pierre Boulez 

Extremement rapide 
Lent 

Kodere, presque vif 

Tres librement, avec de brusques oppositions 
de mouvement et de nuance 

Phantasie in C "Wanderer", D760 Franz Schubert 

Allegro con fuoco ma non troppo - Adagio - Presto - Allegro 

INTERMISSION 

Sonata in Bb minor, Opus 35 Frederic Chopin 

Grave - Doppio movimento 
Scherzo 

Marche funebre: Lento 
Finale: Presto 



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Curtis Hall, Forty- sixth Season 1969-70 




ANTON KUERTI, piano 
Wednesday Evening, January 28, 1970 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata in F# Major, Opus 78 L. van Beethoven 

Adagio cantabile - Allegro ma non troppo 
Allegro Vivace 

Phantasie in C Major, Opus 17 Robert Schumann 

Durehaus fantastisch und leidenschaftlich vorzutragen 

Massig. Durehaus energisch 

Langsam getragen. Durchweg leise zu halten 

INTERMISSION 

II 

Etudes, Opus 25 .Frederic Chopin 

1. A Flat Major 7. C sharp minor 

2. F minor 8. D Flat Major 

3. F Major 9. G Flat Major 
U- A minor 10. B minor 

5- E minor 11. A minor 

6. G sharp minor 12. C rsinor 

Sonata in E Major, Opus 109 L. van Beethoven 

Vivace, ma non troppo. Adagio espressivo 

Prestissimo 

Andante molto cantabile ed espressivo (theme and variations) 



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Piano Recital by 
MIECZYSLAW H0RSZ0WSKI 

Tuesday Evening, February 10, 197C at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

Variations on a theme by Gluck (K455) W. A. Mozart 

"Unser dummer Pobel meint" 
from Die Pilger von Mekka 

Sonata in c minor, opus posth. (D958) . .Franz Schubert 

Allegro 
Adagio 

Menuetto: Allegro 
Allegro 

INTERMISSION 

"Waldszenen, Opus 82 Robert Schumann 

1. Eintritt 5- Freundliche Landschaft 

2. Jager auf der Lauer 6. Herberge 

3- Einsame Blumen 7. Vogel als Prophet 

U' Verrui'ene Stelle 8. Jagdlied 

9. Abschied 

Four piano pieces Heitor Villa-Lobos 

1. Homenagem a Chopin (1949) (Composed for the UNESCO 

celebration of the centenary of Chopin's death) 

a. Nocturno 

b. A la ballada 

2. Passa, passa, gaviao (from Cirandas No. 6, 1926) 

3. Pobre cega (The poor blind woman), from Guia Pratico (194-9) 

4. Viva o Carnavali from Guia Pratico (1949) 



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Curtis Hall, Forty- sixth Season 1969-70 




Cpe*\ Class Performance 
Woodwind Ensemble Students of Mr. de Lancie 

Wednesday Afternoon, 18 February 1970 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROG-RAN 

I 

Quintet in Eb. ............... .Francesco Antonio Rosetti 

Allegro 

Andante, quasi allegretto 
Rondeau: Allegro moderato 

Christopher McLaughlin - flute Jerome Vollbrecht - clarinet 
Robert Kendel - oboe Charles Miller - bassoon 

Robert Martin - horn 

II 

Suite pour instruments a vent. Opus 57 Charles Lefebvre 

Canon : Moderato 
Allegro scherzando 

Trio: Lc stesso tempo 
Finale: Allegro leggiero 

Sandra Miller - flute Masatake Kaihoko - clarinet 

Marilyn Zupnik - oboe Abraham 'Zeiss - bassoon 

Gregory Hustis - horn 

III 

Suite persane Andre Caplet 

Scharki 
Nibawend 

Iskia samaisi 

! en f a f,?^° nen !- flutes ^ Sjnfr )_ clarinets 

Sandra Miller ) David Shifrin) 

David Weber )_ oboes James Hough )_ bass00ns 

Randall Wolfgang) Abraham v/eiss) 



George Stimpson) , 
Milton Phibbs )" h ° rns 



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CRI3TINA ORTIZ, piano 
DANIEL HEIFETZ, violin 

The Curtis Symphony Orchestra under the direction of 
Mr. William Smith 

Satuday Afternoon, February 21, 1970 at 3:30 o'clock 

progk;: 
i 

Concerto No. 1 in F# minor, Opus 1 Serge Rachmaninoff 

Vivace 
Andante 

"_legro vivace 

CRISTINA ORTIZ 

INTERMISSION 

II 

Concerto in D Major, Opus 77 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro non troppo 
Adagio 

Allegro giocosc, ma non troppo vivace 

DANIEL HEIFETZ 

^iss Ortiz: Student of Mr. Serkin 
Mr. Heifetz: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 
and Mr. Galamian 



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ROBERT KOESTER, bass trombone* 
CAROL PAGE, soprano 

Sunday Afternoon, February 22, 1970 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Introduction and Allegro spiritoso J. B. Senaille 

ROBERT KOESTER 
Mark Steinruck, piano 

II 

Qual farfalleta amante Domenico Scarlatti 

Caldo sangue .Alessandro Scarlatti 

Recitative and aria from II 3edicia,Re di Gerusalemme 
Let the Bright Seraphim G. F. Handel 

from Samson 

CAROL PAGE 

Larry Weeks, trumpet obbligato 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff , piano 

INTERMISSION 
III 

Nocturne. . Gabriel Faure 

Pierrot ... Claude Debussy 

Marienlieder Joseph Marx 

Qui la voce Vincenzo Bellini 

from I Puritani 

CAROL PAGE 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff, piano 

IV 

Concerto in one movement A. Lebedev 

Prelude and Allegro Eugene Bozza 

ROBERT KOESTER 
Mark Steinruck, piano 

Mr. Koester: Graduating student of Mr. Stewart 
Miss Page: Student of Mme. Gregory 



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Curtis Hall, Forty- sixth Season 1969-70 




Wednesday Evening, March U> 1970 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Sonata in C Major, Opus 1 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro 

Andante (Nach einem altdeutschen Minneliede) 
Scherzo: Allegro molto e con fuoco 
Finale: Allegro con fuoco 

mWSEM WILLIS, piano 

II 

7 Variations on a theme by Mozart Ludvig van Beethoven 

Rondo , Opus 94 Antonin Dvorak 

REBECCA SEIVER, violoncello 
Diedre Irons Gold, piano 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Fantasy pieces, Opus 73 Robert Schumann 

REBECCA SEIVER, violoncello 
Diedre Irons Gold, piano 

IV 

Quintet in Eb (K407) W. A. Mozart 

Allegro 
Andante 
Allegro 

Rolf Schulte, violin Toby Appel )_ v i i as 

Chris Finckel, violoncello Vicky i^atosich) 

George Stimpson, horn 

Mr. Millis: Student of Mr. Horszouski 
lass "eiver: Student of Mr. Cole 
Mr. Stimpson: Graduating student of Mr. Jones 



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Curtis Hall, Forty- sixth Season 1969-70 




Sunday Afternoon, March 8, 1970 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Trio-Sonata No. 3 in D minor (BWV527) J. S. Bach 

Andante 

Adagio e dolce 
Vivace 

NANCY SHEARER, organ 

II 

Duo No. 3 in Bb L. van Beethoven 

Allegro sostenuto 

Andantino con moto: Aria con variazioni 
Allegro assai 

DAVID SINGER, clarinet 
ABRAHAM WEISS, bassoon 

III 

Sonata, Opus 94 Serge Prokofiev 

Andantino 

Allegretto scherzando 

Andante 

Allegro con brio 

SANDRA MILLER, flute 
CLAUDIA HOCA, piano 

IV 

Fantaisie in A Cesar Franck 

NANCY SHEARER, organ 

Miss Shearer: Student of Dr. McCurdy 

Miss Miller : Student of Mr. Krell 

Miss Hoca : Student of Mr. Horszowski 

Mr. Weiss : Student of Mr. Schonbach 

Mr. Singer. : Student of Mr. Gigliotti 



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Curtis Hall, Forty- sixth Season 1969-70 




Wednesday Evening, March 11, 1970 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Prelude and Fugue in G minor (BWV535) J- S. Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Two Choral-Preludes from the Orgelbuchlein J. S. Bach 

1. Herr Gott, nun schleuss den Hinmel auf (BWV617) 

2. Ich ruf ' zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ (BWV639) 

Prelude and Fugue in D Major (BW532) J. S. Bach 

KARL WATSON, organ 

II 

Ah! mio cor George Frederick Handel 

(1685-1759) 

Spesso vibra per suo gioco ..... Alessandro Scarlatti 

(1660-1725) 

CECILIA ANGELL, soprano 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff , piano 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Suite in D minor, Opus 131c, No. 2 Max Reger 

for cello alone (1873-1916) 

Prelude : Largo 

Gavotte: Allegretto 
Largo 

Gigue: Vivace 

PETER WILEY, violoncello 

IV 

Two Songs from "Siete canciones populares espariolas" . . Manuel de Falla 
Nana (1876-194.6) 

Jota 

Non piu. Madrigale Pietro Cimara 

( 1887- ) 

Lieti, Signor Giacomo Meyerbeer 

from Les Huguenots (1791-1864) 

CECILIA ANGELL, soprano 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff, piano 



Miss Angell 
Mr. Watson 
Mr. Wiley 



Student of Mme. Gregory 
Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Student of Mr. Soyer 



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Tuesday Evening, March 17, 1970 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Prelude and Fugue in D Major, Vol. 2, No. 5)_ j^ ^ ^^ 

Prelude and Fugae in D minor, Vol. 2, ;:o. 6) 

PAUL BERKOWITZ , piano 

II 

Sonata in Eb, Opus 120, No. 2. ..... Johannes Brahms 

Allegro amabile 

Allegro appassionato 
Andante con moto 
Allegro 

DAVID SHIFRIN, clarinet 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff , piano 

I HP. MISSION 

III 

Nocturne in G minor, Opus 37, No. 1]^ Frederic Chopin 

Nocturne in G Major, Opus 37, No. 2) 

PAUL BERKOWITZ, piano 

IV 

3 Pieces Igor Stravinsky 

for unaccompanied clarinet 

Rapsodie Claude Debussy 

DAVID SHIFRIN, clarinet 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff, piano 

Mr. Shifrin: Student of Mr. Gigliotti 
Mr. Berkov/itz: Student of Mr. Serkin 



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Curtis Kail, Forty- sixth Season 1969-70 




OPEN CLASS PERFORMANCE WITH THE CURTIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 
under the direction of Mr. William Smith 

Saturday Afternoon, April U, 1970 at 3:30 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto in C minor for violin and oboe (BWV1060). . . . . . J. S. Bach 

Allegro (1685-1750) 

Adagio 
Allegro 

PAUL WIND?, violin 
MARTIN WOLTMAH . >boe 

II 

Concerto for piano No. 2 in Bb Major, Opus 19 L. van Beethoven 

Allegro con brio (1770-1827) 

Adagio 

Rondo: Molto allegro 

CLAUDIA HOC A, piano 
III 

Konzertantes Quartett in Eb (K Ann. 1,9) W. A. Mozart 

Allegro (1756-1791) 

Adagio 

Andantino con variazioni 

DAVID WEBER, oboe ABRAHAM WEISS, bassoon 

DAVID SHIFRIN, clarinet GEORGE STIMPS0N, horn 

Miss Hoca: Graduating Student of Mr. Horszovski 

Mr. Windt: Graduating Student of Mr. " !sky 

Mr. Woltman: Graduating Student of Mr. de Lancie 

Mr. Weber: Graduating Student of Mr. de Lancie 

Mr. Stimpson: Graduating Student of Mr. J;nes 

Mr. Shifrin: Studsnt of Mr. Gigliotti 

Mr. Weiss: Student of Mr. Schonbach 



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Curtis Hall, Forty- sixth Season 1969-70 




Wednesday Evening, April 8, 1970 at 8 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Transports de joie d'une ame devant la gloire Olivier Messiaen 

du Christ qui est la sienne (1908- ) 

Prelude et fugue sur le nom d' Alain Maurice Durufle 

GORDON TURK, organ (1902- ) 

II 

L'amero from "II re pastore" . . W. A. Mozart 

violin obbligato - Paul Windt (1756-1791) 

Rugiadose, odorose ............ Alessandro Scarlatti 

(1659-1725) 

wusst' ich doch den Weg zuriick) Johannes Brahms 

Standchen ) / xg33_x897) 

PAMELA LA SALLE, soprano 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff , piano 

III 

Sonata fur Flote und Klavier (1936) Paul Hindemith 

Heiter bewegt (1895-1963) 

Sehr langsam 

Sehr lebhaft - Marsch 

VENDLA K0LJ0NEM, flute 
Susan Cornwell, piano 

INTERMISSION 

IV 

Io sono l'umile ancella Francesco Cilea 

from "Adriana Lecouvreur" (1866-1950) 

Sure on this shining night Samuel Barber 

(1910- ) 

Bird of the wilderness Edward Horsman 

PAMELA LA SALLE, soprano (1873-1918) 

V 

3 Intermezzi, Opus 117 Johannes Brahms 

1. Eb Major 2. Bb minor 3. C# minor 

Scherzo in Cff minor, Opus 39 Frederic Chopin 

PATRICIA HICHAELIAN, piano (1810-1849) 

Mr. Turk: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Miss La Salle: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Miss Koljonen: Student of Mr. Krell 
Miss Michaelian: Graduating Student of 

Mrs. Sokoloff and' 
Mr. Horszowski 



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Curtis Hall, Forty-sixth Season 1969-70 




Sunday Afternoon, April 12, 1970 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue in D minor (BWV903) J. S. Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Variations serieuses, Opus 54- Felix Mendelssohn 

(1809-1847) 

HILLA KHUR3EDJI, piano 

II 

Va godendo from "Serse" G. F. Handel 

(1685-1759) 

Batti, batti, o bel Masetto W. A. Mozart 

from "Don Giovanni" (1756-1791) 

3 Polish Songs, Opus 7 A Fryderyk Chopin 

1. Zyczenie 2. Piosnka litewska 3-Moja pieszezotka (1810-1849) 

Le papillon. Felix Fourdrain 

(1880-1923) 

Mandoline Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 
Je suis Titania. .................... Ambroise Thomas 

from "Mignon" (1811-1896) 

JO ANN VISCH0RIC, soprano 
Lawrence Smith, piano 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Sonata for cello alone George Crumb 

Fantasia (1929- ) 

Tem°- pastorale con variazioni 
Toccata 

Sonata in C Major, Opus 102, No. 1 L. van Beethoven 

Andante-Allegro vivace (1770-1827) 

Adagio-Tempo d' andante-Allegro vivace 

CHRIS FINCKEL, violoncello 
Claudia Hoca, piano 

Miss Khursedji: Student of Mr. Serkin 
Miss Vischoric: Graduating student of fine. Gregory 
Mr. Finckel: Student of Mr. Cole 



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Curtis Hall, Forty- sixth Season 1969-70 




Wednesday Evening, April 15, 1970 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

3 E udes melodiques Henri Busser 

1. Adagio 2. Allegretto 3. Adagio (1872- ) 

MARK STEINRUCK, trombone 
Craig Nies, piano 

II 

Bist du bei mir J. S. Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Suleika ) Franz Schubert 

Liebesbotschaf t) ' ' (1797-1828) 

Beau soir ) Claude Debussy 

Voici que le printemps) (1862-1918) 

Ombra di nube Licinio Refice 

(1885- ) 

Pioggia Ottorino Respighi 

* * * (1879-1936) 

Ballatella Ruggiero Leoncavallo 

from "Pagliacci" (1859-1919) 

PATRICIA STASIS, soprano 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff , piano 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Fantasy for trombone Paul Creston 

(1906- ) 

MARK STEINRUCK, trombone 
Craig Nies, piano 

IV 

Sonata in C Major, Opus 2, No. 3- ........... L. van Beethoven 

Allegro con brio (1770-1827) 

Adagio 

Scherzo: Allegro 
Allegro assai 

JAMES FIELDS, piano 

Mr. Steinruck: Graduating student of Mr. Stewart 
and Mr. Dodson 
Miss Stasis: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mr. Fields: Student of Mr. Serkin 



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CurtiE Hall, Forty- sixth Season 1969-70 




Thursday Afternoon, April 16, 1970 at 5:15 o'clock 
HARP STUDENTS OF MISS C0STELL0 
PROGRAM 
I 



Concerto in Bb G. F. Handel 

Allegro moderato (1685-1759) 

Larghetto 
Cadenza 

Finale: Allegro moderato 

KATHLEEN MORENO 

Jan Sloman)_ violins Gaby Vole, contrabass 

Jill Levy ) 

II 

Homage to Ravel .Rudolf Forst 

( 1900- ) 
Impromptu Gabriel Faure 

( 1845-1924) 
MICHAELENE SHAY 

III 
Introduction & Allegro Maurice Ravel 

Danses (Sacree et profane). . . Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 
Heidi Lehwalder REGBJA WATSON Miss Watson ill. 

Miss Costello at the piano 
INTERMISSION 
IV 

La joyeuse Jean-Philippe Rameau 

(1633-1764) 
Gavotte from Partita No. 3 J. S. Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Steel from "Pentacle" Carlos Salzedo 

(1885-1962) 

HARP ENSEMBLE 

Karen Krisel Heidi Fields Michaelene Shay 

Regina Watson Kathleen Moreno 



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Curtis Hall, Forty- sixth Season 1969-70 




Sunday Afternoon, April 19, 1970 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto a cinque. Opus VIII, No. 5 Tomaso Albinoni 

Allegro (1671-1750) 

Adagio 
Allegro 

DAVID WEBER and MARTIN W0LTMAN, oboes * 

Kay Johnson )_ violins Victoria Matosich, viola 
Caroline Edwards) Chris Finckel, violoncello 

Ronald Cantelm, contrabass 

II 

Domine Deus Antonio Vivaldi 

from " Gloria" ( 16" 5-1741 ) 

Patricia Stasis, soprano 

MARTIN W0LTMAN, oboe 

String Quintet 

III 

Blake Songs .Ralph Vaughan-Williams 

(1872-1965) 

1. Infant joy 

2. A poison tree 7. Ah! Sun-flower 

3. The piper 8. Cruelty has a human heart 
5. The Lamb 10. Eternity 

P. 1 tricia Stasis, soprano 
Otoniel Gonzaga, tenor 

DAVID WEBER, oboe 
IV 

Sonata for English horn and Organ .Jan Koetsier 

( 1879- ) 
MARTIN W0LTMAN, English horn 

Michael Stairs, organ 

V 

Variations on a theme of Mozart L. van Beethoven 

"La ci darem la mano" (1770-1827) 

DAVID WEBER, Randall Wolfgang, oboes 
MARTIN W0LTMAN, English horn 

Mr. Weber and Mr. Woltman: Graduating students of Mr. de Lancie 
Mr. Wolfgang: Student of Mr. de Lancie 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-sixth Season 1969-70 

Thursday Evening, April 23, 1970 at 8:00 o'clock 

THE GUARNERI QUARTET 

Arnold Steinhardt, violin Michael Tree, viola 

John Dalley, violin David Soyer, violoncello 

PROGRAM 



Lyric Suite (1926) • Alban Berg 

(1885-1935) 

1. Allegretto gioviale 

2. Andante amoroso 

3. Allegro misterioso 

4. Adagio appassionato 

5. Presto delirando 

6. Largo desolato 



INTERMISSION 

II 

Quartet No. 13 in Bb, Opus 130. .......... Ludwig van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Adagio ma non troppo - Allegro 
Presto 

Andante con moto, ma non troppo 

Allegro assai: Alia danza tedesca 
Cavatina: Adagio molto espressivo 
Grosse Fuge 






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Sunday Afternoon, April 26, 1970 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Sonata in A minor " Arpeggione" . .......... 

Allegro moderato 

Adagio - Allegretto 

MICHAEL MORGAN, contrabass * 
Claudia Hoca, piano 

II 

Gia il sole dal Gange 

Tu mancavi a tormentarmi ............. 

Air vif . 

i OyOllC • o • a a a o a c • o o a o o o a • ■> a a 

La maja de goya .............) 

El mirar de la maja from La maja dolorosa) .... 

El tra la la y el punteado . ) 

D'amor sull< ali rosee 1 frcm . n Trovatore' • 
Tu vedrai che amore in terra) 

SYLVIA VILLARREAL, soprano 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff , piano 

INTERMISSION 

III 



Franz Schubert 
(1797-1828) 



Alessandro Scarlatti 

(1660-1725) 
Marc' Antonio Cesti 

(1623-1689) 
. . Francis Poulenc 

(1899-1963) 
. . Emile Paladilhe 

( 18U-1926) 

. .Enrique Granados 
( 1867-1916) 

. . . Giuseppe Verdi 
(1813-1901) 



Duo for bass and flute. Ben Johnston 

MICHAEL MORGAN , contrabass 
Sandra Miller, flute 

IV 



Sonata in Ab Major, Opus 110. .... 
Moderato cantabile molto espressivo 
Allegro molto 

Adagio ma non troppo 

Fuga: Allegro ma non troppo 



Ludwig van Beethoven 
(1770-1827) 



KIY0K0 TAKEUTI, piano 

Mr. Morgan: Graduating student of Mr. Scott 
Miss Villarreal: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Miss Takeuti: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff and 

Mr. Horszowski 



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Curtis Hall, Forty-sixth Season 1969 70 

Wednesday Evening, April 29, 1970 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

L ord Jocug Christ bo prcocnt now (0rg e lbuchlein)BWV 6 32. . . , J. S. — Bach 

(1685-1750) 

In heavon abovo, at God *-&- high ^throne? — i — » — ■— ; — . . * < — s — -. — .Flor Peeters 

(1903 ) 

Fa ntasio in F minor, K608. . <. . ■ » t .W. A. Mozart 

(Phantasie fur eine Orgelwalze) (1756-1791) 

MICHAEL STAIRS, organ omitted 

II 

Humoreske, Cpus 20 Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 
GARY REA, piano 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Sonata in B minor (1969-70). .... Mark Stephenson 

Andante appassionato (1950- ) 

Scherzo 
Presto 

MARK STEPHENSON, contrabass 
Andrew Willis, piano 

IV 

Danza, danza fanciulla Francesco Durante 

(1684-1755) 
Invocazione de Orfeo Jacopo Peri 

(1561-1633) 
Total Eclipse from Samson G. F. Handel 

(1685-1759) 
Auf ein altes Bild Hugo Wolf 

(1860-1903) 
Zueignung Richard Strauss 

(1864-194-9) 

S na , | Manuel de Falla 

El pano moruno) (1876-1946) 

CHARLES WALKER, tenor 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff , piano 

Mr. Stairs: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mr. Rea: Student of Mr. Horszowski 
Mr. Stephenson: Student of Mr. Scott 
Mr. Walker: Student of Mr. Lewis 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-sixth Season 1969-70 

Friday Evening, May 1, 1970 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata in D minor, Opus 4-0 Dmitri Shostakovich 

Moderato ( 1906- ) 

Moderato con moto 
Largo 

Allegretto 

CHRISTOPHER REX, violoncello 
William Horn, piano 

II 

Duo, Opus 7 Zoltan Kodaly 

Allegro serioso, non troppo (1882-1967) 

Adagio 

Maestoso e largamente, non troppo lento 

CHRISTOPHER REX, violoncello 
Rolf Schulte, violin 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Concerto for solo percussion Darius Milhaud 

( 1892- ) 
MARK SUNKETT 

IV 

Sonata for two pianos and percussion. Bela Bartok 

Allegro moderato (1881-194.5) 

Sostenuto e pesante 
Allegro molto 

DANIEL SANBR0TTI 
DONALD WILLIAMS 

Marion Zarzeczna & Diedre Irons, pianos 

Mr. Rex: Student of Mr. Cole 

Messrs. Sanbrotti, Sunkett,and Williams: 
Graduating students of Mr. Hinger and 
Mr. Carlyss 



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Curtis Hall, Forty-sixth Season 1969-70 

Sunday Afternoon, May 3, 1970 at 5:00 o'clock 

BRASS ENSEMBLE STUDENTS OF MR. JONES AND MR. JOHNSON 

Larry Weeks ) Mark Steinruck) 

John McElroy ) Robert Koester) , , 

Robert Souza )- trumpets Mark Laurence ) 

Irvin Sanders) John Ashby ) 

David Sampson) T< Parson Brysonj tuba 

George Stimpson) Donald Williams ) 

Milton Phibbs ) Daniel Sanbrotti) 

Gregory Hustis ) Mark Sunkett )- percussion 

Robert Martin )- horns Anthony Patota ) 

Marc Spetalnik ) Elvira Olarte ) 

Colvin Bear Michaelene Shay and Kathleen Moreno, harps 

PROGRAM 

I 

Fanfare preceding "La Peri". ... ..... .Paul Dukas 

ENTIRE BRASS ENSEMBLE (1865-1935) 

II 

Scherzo and finale from Sonata for four horns. ..... .Paul Hindemith 

(1895-1963) 

III 

First movement from Quintet for Brass Alvin Etler 

2 trumpets, horn, trombone and tuba (1913- ) 

IV 

Morning Serenade from Romeo and Juliet .Serge Prokofiev 

U trumpets, 2 harps and percussion (1891-1953) 

V 

Music for brass. . George Rochberg 

Prelude Dance Interlude Fantasy-chorale (.1918- ) 

2 trumpets, horn, 3 trombones (CIM48) 

VI 

Mutations from Bach. Samuel Barber 

3 trumpets, 4 horns, 3 trombones, tuba and percussion (1910- ) 

VII 

Overture for a Ceremony .Eugene Bozza 

ENTIRE BRASS ENSEMBLE and PERCUSSION (1905- ) 



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Monday Afternoon, May 4, 1970 at 5:15 o'clock 

OPEN CLASS PERFORMANCE 
Woodwind Ensemble Students of Mr. de Lancie 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto in G minor, F.XII, No. 4 ... Antonio Vivaldi 

Allegro ma cantabile (1675-174.1) 

Largo 

Allegro non molto 

Vendla Koljonen, flute 
Martin Woltman, oboe 
James Hough, bassoon 

II 

Quintet in Eb Major, K452 W. A. Mozart 

Largo - Allegro moderato (1756-1791) 

Larghetto 

Rondo: Allegretto 

David Weber, oboe David Singer, clarinet 

James Hough, bassoon George Stimpson, horn 

Claudia Hoca, piano 

III 

Serenade No. 11 in C minor, K3S8 W. A. Mozart 

Allegro 
Andante 

Menuetto in canone 
Allegro 

Martin Woltman )_ oboes David Shifrin) clarinets 
Randolph Wolfgang) David Singer ) 

James Hough )_ ^^^^ George Stimpson). horns 

Abraham Weiss) Milton Phibbs ) 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-sixth Season 1969-70 

Wednesday Evening, May 6, 1970 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata in F minor (Longo 1181 Domenico Scarlatti 

Sonata in G Major (Longo 286) (1685-1757) 

WILLIAM HORN, piano * 

II 

Sonata No. 1 Claude Debussy 

Prologue: Lent f f # (1862-1918) 

Serenade et finale: Moderement anime 

PATRICIA WEIMER, violoncello 
Karen Follingstad, piano 

III 

Carnaval, Opus 9 Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 
l.Preambule S.Replique L4. Reconnaissance 

2. Pierrot 9.Papillons 15.Pantalon et Colombine 

3.Arlequin 10.A.S.C.H.-S.C.H. A. l6.Valse allemande 
^.Valse noble (lettres dansantes) 17.Paganir.i. Intermezzo 
5.Eusebius ll.Chiarina l8.Aveu 

o.Florestan 12. Chopin 19. Promenade 

7. Coquette 13-Estrella 20. Pause 

21.Marche des "Davidsbundler" contre les Philistins 

WILLIAM HORN, piano 
INTERMISSION 

IV 

Chanson perpetuelle, Opus 7 Ernest Chausson 

(Jean Cros) (1855-1899) 

PATRICIA STASIS, soprano 
Julian Canzoneri, violin Nancy Bracken, violin 

Elizabeth Turoa, violoncello James Francis, viola 

Craig Nies, piano 

V 

Trio No. 1 in D minor, Opus 63. • Robert Schumann 

Mit Energie und Leidenschaft 
Lebhaft, doch nicht zu rasch 

Langsam, mit inniger Empfindung 
Mit Feuer 

Mari Tsumura, violin Jerry Grossman, violoncello 

Kiyoko Takeuti, piano 

Mr. Horn: Graduating student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Miss Weimer: Student of Mr. Cole 
Miss Stasis: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Chamber music students of Mr. Tree and Mr. Steinhardt 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-sixth Season 1969-70 



OPEN CLASS PERFORMANCE 
Friday Afternoon, May 8, 1970 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

del mio dolce ardor Christoph Willebald Gluck 

(1714-1787) 
L'heure exquise) Reynaldo Hahn 

Si mes vers ) (1875-1947) 

Jota Manuel de Falle 

(1876-1946) 

Arrorro Alberto Ginastera 

(1916- ) 

Depuis le jour Gustave Charpentier 

from "Louise" (1860-1956) 

SYLVIA VILLARREAL, soprano 
Mme. .Martha Massena, piano 

II 

Sonata in Bb Major (K454) W. A. Mozart 

Largo (1756-1791) 

Andante 

Allegretto 

Caprice No. 12 for violin alone Niccolo Paganini 

(1782-1840) 

Berceuse from the "Firebird" ) Igor Stravinsky 

Dance Russe from "Petrouchka" ) (1882- ) 

LANCE ELBECK, violin * 
Marion Zarzeczna, piano 

Miss Villarreal: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mr. Elbeck: Graduating student of Mr. Makanowitzky 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-sixth Season 1969-70 

Sunday Afternoon, May 10, 1970 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Octet for wind instruments (new version 1952) Igor Stravinsky 

Sinfonia: Lent (1882- ) 

Tema con variazioni 
Finale: Tempo giusto 

Vendla Koljonen - flute Irvin Sanders) _ trumpets 

David Singer - clarinet Robert Souza ) 

Abraham Weiss )_ bassoons ^ rk Steinruck |- trombones 
Rita Hildebrandt) Robert Koester) 

II 

Sonata in E minor, Opus 90 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Mit Lebhaftigkeit und durchaus mit Empfindung (1770-1827) 

und Ausdruck 
Nicht zu geschwind und sehr singbar vorgetragen 

Partita No. 1 in Bb Major . . . . Johann Sebastian Bach 

Praeludium Menuett I (1685-1750) 

Allemande Menuett II 

Corrente Gigue 

Sarabande 

CLAUDIA H0CA, piano * 

III 

Quintet in F minor, Opus 3U • ° Johannes Brahms 

Allegro non troppo 

Andante, un poco adagio 
Scherzo: Allegro 

Finale: Poco sostenuto - Allegro non troppo 

Sheila Fiekowsky) . ,. Hershel Wise, viola 

Daniel Heifetz )~ vloiins Patricia Weimer, violoncello 

William Horn, piano 

Miss Hoca: Graduating student of Mrs. Sokoloff 

and Mr. Horszowski 
Chamber music students under the direction of 
Mr. Steinhardt and Mr. Lawrence Smith 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-sixth Season 1969-70 

Wednesday Evening, May 13, 1970 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Theme and variations Haydn-Grand j any 

Bagatelles Norman Dello Joio 

Andante affetuc3- e moderato (1913- ) 

Allegro giocoso 
Adagietto calmo 

KAREN KRISEL, harp* 

Sonata Claude Debussy 

Pastorale (1862-1918) 

Interlude 
Final 

Karen Krisel, harp 
Vendla Koljonen, flute James Francis, viola 

II 

Concerto (Le Phenix) Michel Corrette 

Allegro (1709-1795) 

Adagio 
Allegro 

Bassoon Quartet 
James Hough Rita Hildebrandt 

Justin Miller Abraham Weiss 

III 

Passacaglia in blues Emil Petrovics 

(19? ) 
JAMES HOUGH, bassoon * 
Andrew Willis, piano 

IV 

Quartet in Bb, Opus 4.0, No. 3 Franz Danzi 

Allegro molto (1763-1826) 

Larghetto non troppo 
Minuet to 
Allegretto 

Rolf Schulte, violin Chris Finckel, violoncello 

Victoria Matosich, viola James Hough, bassoon 

INTERMISSION 

V 

Quintet, Opus 39 (1924) Serge Prokofiev 

Theme and Wo variations (1891-1953) 

Andante energico 

Allegro sostenuto, ma con brio 
Adagio pesante 

Allegro precipitato, ma non troppo presto 
Andantino 

Daniel Strang, violin Randy Wolfgang, oboe 

David George, viola David Singer, clarinet 

Mark Stephenson, contrabass 



Miss Krisel: Graduating student of Miss Costello 
Mr. Hough: Graduating student of Mr. Schonbach 
Chamber music students of Mr. Steinhardt 



THE 

CURTIS 
INSTITUTE 

OF 

MUSIC 

PHILADELPHIA 




Thirty -seventh Annual Commencement and 
Conferring of Degrees 

Curtis Hall • Philadelphia • Pennsylvania 

Monday, May eighteenth 

Nineteen hundred and seventy 






ORDER OF CEREMONIES 

ORGAN PRELUDE 
Prelude and Fugue in B minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

GRADUATE PROCESSION 

"Now dunk we all our God" Johann Sebastian Bach 

Michael Stairs 

AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS 
Carv W. Bok, President 
Rudolf Serkin, Director 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES LN COURSE 
The President 
The Director 

CONFERRING OF HONORARY DEGREE 

Doctor of Music 
Pau Casals 

Thb National Anthem — The Star-Spangled Banner 

GRADUATE RECESSION 
Siafooia on: "We thank you God" Johann Sebastian Bach 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 



DIPLOMAS 



Voice 
JoAnn Vischoric 



Susan Cornwell 



Piano 



Patricia Michaeuan 



Organ 
Peter Brown 



Lance Elbeck 



Violin 



Young Uck Kim (in absentia) 



Double-Bass 
Michael Morgan 

Bassoon 
James Hough 

Trombone 
Mark Steinruck 



Anthony Patota 
Daniel Sanbrotti 



Percussion 



Mark Sunkett 
Donald Williams 



DEGREES IN COURSE 

BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Voice 
Pamela Boodley (in absentia) 



Claudia Hoca 



Piano 



William Horn 



Violin 



Valerie Bobbett 



Paul Windt 



Harp 
Karen Krisel (in absentia) 



David Weber 



Oboe 



Martin Woltman 



French Horn 
George Stimpson (in absentia) 

Trombone 
Robert Koester 

Marshal 
Orlando Cole 



Douglas Buchanan 
Walter Granger 



Assistant Marshals 



Chris Rex 
Charles Walker 







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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

ALL BEETHOVEN PROGRAM 

DAVID SOYER, violoncello 
RUDOLF SERKIN, piano 

Thursday Evening, September 24., 1970 at 8:30 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata in G, Opus 5, No. 2 

Adagio sostenuto ed espressivo 
Allegro molto, piu tosto presto 
Rondo: Allegro 

II 

12 Variations on a theme from Handel's "Judas Maccabaeus" 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Sonata in D, Opus 102, No. 2 

Allegro con brio 

Adagio - Allegro fugato 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Friday Evening, October 23, 1970 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Trio in C Major, HOB. XV: 21 (1795) F. J. Haydn 

(1732-1809) 
Adagio pastorale - vivace assai 
Andante molto 
Finale: Presto 

Paul Berkovitz, piano 
Piotr Janowski , violin 
John "/Jells, violoncello 

II 

Sonata, Opus 101 in A Major . . . L. van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Etwas lebhaft, und mit der innigsten Empfindung 
Lebhaft, marschmassig 

Langsam und sehnsuchtsvoll Geschwind, doch nich zu sehr und 
mit Entschlossenheit 

Rudolf Serkin, piano 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Quintet in A Major, Opus 14.6 Max Reger 

( 1873-1916) 
Mod era to ed amabile 
Vivace 
Largo 

Poco allegretto 

Amalia Joanou, violin James Francis, viola 

Lucy Chapman, violin Judith Serkin, violoncello 

David Singer, clarinet 



Chamber Music Students of 
Mr. Brodsky 
Mr. Schneider 
Mr. Tree 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Monday, October 26, 1970, at Curtis Hall, 8:30 P.M. 



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The Opera Department presents 
AN EVENING OF OPERA SCENES 
Piano accompaniment: David Effron and Sylvia Lee 

PROGRAM 

I. Excerpts from DIE ZAUBERFLOTE (The Magic Flute). . MOZART 

1. Tamino's Aria "Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schon" (1756-1791) 
(in German) Otoniel Gonzaga - Tenor 

2. Recitative and Aria of the Queen of the Night 
"0 zittre nicht, mein lieber Sohn" 

(in German) Syble Young - Soprano 

3. Quintet from Act I (in English) 

Three Ladies: Carol Rogers, Emily Rawlins (Sopranos), 
Bonnie Forgacs (Mezzo) - Tamino: Otoniel Gonzaga (Tenor) - 
Papageno: Gregory Cantwell (Baritone) 

II. Lenski's Aria from EUGENE ONEGIN. . TCHAIKOVSKY 

"What is the coming day preparing" (1840-1893) 

(in English) Reed Williams - Tenor 

III. Excerpts from CARMEN (in French). BIZET 

1. Duet from Act I "Parle-moi de ma mere" (1838-1875) 
Micaela (soprano): Patricia Stasis 

Don Jose (tenor): Otoniel Gonzaga 

2. Toreador Song from Act II "Votre toast, je peux vous 
le rendre" 

Escamillo (baritone): Evans Clough 

IV. Scene and Duet from THE OLD MAID AND THE THIEF MENOTTI 

(in English) (1911- ) 

Laetitia( soprano) : Osceola Davis 
Bob( baritone) : Robert Calvert 

V. LA BOHEME - Final scene from Act I (in Italian) PUCCINI 

Mimi ( soprano) : Emily Rawlins - Rodolfo(Tenor) : Frank Munafo (1858-1924) 

INTERMISSION 

VI. Duet from FIDELIO, Act I BEETHOVEN 

"Jetzt Sch'atzchen, jetzt sind wir allein" (1770-1827) 

(in German) 

Marzelline( soprano) : Carol Rogers 
Jacquino ( tenor) : Walter Granger 

VII. DON CARLOS - First scene from Act III (in Italian) VERDI 

Cast in order of appearance: (1813-1901) 

Philip II of Spain (bass): James De Haven - Count of 

Lerma(tenor) : Walter Granger - Grand Inquisitor(bass) : 
Kenneth Thompson - Elizabeth of Valois( soprano) : Kathryn 
Bouleyn - Princess Eboli(Mezzo) : Mertine Johns - 
Rodrigo, Marquis of Posa( baritone) : Evans Clough 

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MUSICAL PREPARATION AND INTERPRETATION : 
David Effron and Sylvia Lee 

Assistant Coaches : 
Thuring Bram, James De Haven, Michael Korn, Calvin Simmons 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 197C-71 

Sunday Afternoon, November 15, 1970 at 5:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Prelude and Fugue in G Major, BW 54-1 J . S. Bach 

Partite diverse 1-11 sopra: Sei gegrusset, Jesu gutig .... J. 3. Bach 
F.W768 (1685-1750) 

WESLEY D. PARROT! , organ 
INTERMISSION 



II 

Sonata in Eb, Opus 18 Richard Strauss 

(1864-1949) 
Allegro, ma non troppo 

Improvisation: Andante can ta bile 
Finale : Andante-Allegro 

JAN MARK SLOMAN, violin 

Steven Kemper, piano 



Mr. Parrott: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mr. Sloman : Student of Mr. Brodsky 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 



MIECZYSLAW HORSZOWSKI, piano 



Thursday Evening, November 19, 1970 at 8:00 o'clock 



PROGRAM 



Fantasia II from the 6th Collection of Clavier-Sonaten und freye 

Fantasien fur Kenner und Liebhaber (1787) Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach 

(17U-1788) 
Presto di molto 



Sonata in F Major, (K322), 

Allegro 
Adagio 

(Allegro assai) 



.¥. A. Mozart 
(1756-1791) 



INTERMISSION 



33 Veranderungen uber einen "Walzer von A. Diabelli, 
Opus 120 



L. van Beethoven 
(1770-1827) 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Monday Evening, November 23, 1970 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Trio Sonata No. 6 in G Major, BW530 J. S. Bach 

it- (1685-1750) 

Vivace 

Lento 

Allegro 

Chora lbearbeitung: Jesus Christus, unser Heiland J. S. Bach 

Clavier-tibung, Part III, BW688 

NANCY SHEARER, organ 

II 

Sonata in E minor, Opus 38. ............. . .Johannes Brahms 

Allegro non troppo (1833-1897) 

Allegretto quasi menuetto 
Allegro 

PETER WILEY, violoncello 
Kiyoko Takeuti , piano 

INTERMISSION 



III 

Kreisleriana, Opus 16. ............ Robert Schumann 

Ausserst bewegt (1810-1856) 

Sehr innig und nicht zu rasch 

Sehr aufgeregt 

Sehr langsam 

Sehr lebhaft 

Sehr langsam 

Sehr rasch 

Schnell und spielend 

PAUL BERKOVITZ, piano 



Miss Shearer: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mr. Wiley : Student of Mr. Soyer 
Mr. Berkowitz: Student of Mr. Serkin 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh season 1970-71 

OPEN CLASS PERFORMANCE 

Doublebass Students of Mr. Scott 

Wednesday Afternoon, December 2, 1970 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata No. 3 in A minor G. F. Handel 

Grave - Allegro - Largo - Allegro (1685-1759) 

STEPHEN EDWARDS 
CRAIG NIES - piano 

II 

Suite in D minor for doublebass alone J. S. Bach 

Prelude - Courante - Sarabande - Gigue ( 1685-1750) 

MARK STEPHENSON 

III 

Sonata in G minor Henry Eccles 

Largo - Corrente - Adagio - Vivace (1670-174-2) 

RONALD CANTELM 
JAMES RICHMAN - piano 

IV 

Sonata in G minor, Opus 5j No. 2 L. van Beethoven 

(First movement only) (1770-1827) 

Adagio sostenuto ed espressivo - Allegro molto piu tosto presto 

GABY VOLE' 
JAMES RICHMAN - piano 

V 

3 Pieces for violin and bass Arcangelo Corelli 

Largo. Sarabande. Tempo di gavotta. (1653-1713) 

(Arr. by Anton Torello) 
PATRICIA PIR0NTI - violin 
STEPHEN EDWARDS - doublebass 

VI 

Canonic Sonata No. 2 in F Major G. P. Telemann 

Larghetto - Spirituoso (1681-1767) 

MARK STEPHENSON and GABY VOLE' 

VII 

Theme and variations on a French folksong V. F. Verrimst 

(1825- ) 

GABY VOLE' MARK STEPHENSON RONALD CANTELM 

VIII 

3 Canonic ritornellos, Opus 65, Nos. 5-7 Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 

MARK STEPHENSON, STEPHEN EDWARDS, GABY VOLE' and RONALD CANTELM 

IX 

Londonderry Air .Traditional 

MARK STEPHENSON, STEPHEN EDWARDS, GABY VOLE^ 
RONALD CANTELM and MILES DAVIS 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Monday, December 7, 1970 at 8:00 P.M. 

»The Opera Department presents 
AN EVENING OF OPERA SCENES 
Piano accompaniment: David Effron, Sylvia Lee, Max Rudolf 

PROGRAM 

I. Two Duets from Act I of "The Marriage of Figaro" MOZART 

(in English) (1756-1791) 

Susanna( soprano) : Syble Young - Marcellina(mezzo) : Bonnie Forgacs 

Figaro(bass) : James De Haven 

II. Prince Gremin's Aria from "Eugene Onegin" TCHAIKOVSKY 

(in English) (1840-1893) 

Kenneth Thompson - Eass 

III. Duet from Act II of "Thais" MASSENET 

(in French) _ (1842-1912) 

Thais( soprano) : Emily Rawlins 
Athanael(bass) : James De Haven 

IV. Scene from Act III of "Parsifal" WAGNER 

(in German) (1813-1883) 

Amfortas ( baritone) : Evans Clough 

V. Excerpts from Act IV of "Rigoletto" VERDI 

(in Italian) (1813-1901) 

1. The Duke's Aria "La donna e mobile": Frank Munafo - Tenor 

2. Quartet 

Gilda( soprano) : Syble Young - Maddalena (mezzo) : Bonnie Forgacs 

The Duke( tenor): Otoniel Gonzaga - Rigoletto( baritone) : Evans Clough 

INTERMISSION 

VI. Recitative and Duet from Act II of "The Bartered Bride" SMETANA 

(in English) (1824-1884) 

Mafenka( soprano: Patricia Stasis 
Vasek( tenor) : Walter Granger 

VII. Banco' s Aria from Act II of "Macbeth" VERDI 

(in Italian) (1813-1901) 

James D.e Haven - Bass 

VIII. Bell Song from Act II of "Lakme" DELIBES 

(in French) (1836-1891) 

Osceola Davis - Soprano 

IX. Scene from "Cavalleria rusticana" MASCAGNI 

(in Italian) (1863-1945) 

Santuzza ( soprano) : Merine Johns 
Lola (mezzo) : Ellen Phillips 
Turiddu( Tenor) : Reed Williams 

MUSICAL PREPARATION AND INTERPRETATION 
David Effron and Sylvia Lee 

STAGE DIRECTION 
Dino Yannopoulos 

Assistant Coaches 
Thuring Bram, Michael Korn, Calvin Simmons 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh season 1970-71 

OPEN CLASS PERFORMANCE 

Woodwind Ensemble Students of Mr. de Lancie 

Thursday Afternoon, December 10, 1970 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Preludio et fughetta, Opus 4-0, No. 1 Gabriel Pierne 

(1863-1937) 
SANDRA MILLER) MARILYN ZUPNIK, oboe 

JANET KBTCHHM) S DAVID SHIFRIN , clarinet 



JUSTIN MILLER )_ bassoons 
RITA HILDEBRANDT) 



GREGORY HUSTIS, horn 



II 



Sonata (1924) Vittorio Rieti 

Allegretto (1898- ) 

Adagio ^oloroso 

Vivace ed energico 

HILLA KHURSEDJI, piano RANDALL WOLFGANG, oboe 

SANDRA MILLER, flute JUSTIN MILLER, bassoon 

III 

Serenade, Opus 44 Antonin Dvorak 

Mode ra to, quasi marcia 
Tempo di minuetto 
Andante con moto 

Finale: Allegro molto 

RANDALL WOLFGANG). ... DAVID SINGER ) clarinets 

MARILYN ZUPNIK ) ° b ° eS DAVID SHIFRIN)" clarinets 

JUSTIN MILLER )_ bassoons MILTON PHIBBS ) 

RITA HILDEBRANDT) GREGORY HUSTIS)- horns 

ROBERT MARTIN J 
ROGER LOW, violoncello 

'ELM, doublebass 



president's papty 




the cuctis institute of music 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



deceraben 11.1970 



chRistrrus proqrait. 



Canzon Septimi Toni No. 1 
Canzon Septimi Toni No. 2 



Giovanni Gabrieli (1357-1612) 
Giovanni Gabrieli 



Sacrae Symphoniae - Venice, 1597 
(Music for Double Brass Choir) 

Choir I: L Weeks, M. Phibbs, M. Spetalnik, M. Lawrence, T. Bryson 
Choir II: J. McEIroy, G. Hustis, G. Standley, J. Ashby, L. Tarlow 



caroLs By entiRe school 

AdeSte Tideles 



O come, all ye faithful, joyful and 

triumphant, 
O come ye, O come ye, to Bethlehem; 
Come and behold Him, born the King 

of angels. 

O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us 

adore Him, 
O come, let us adore Him, Christ, the 

Lord. 



Yea, Lord, we greet Thee, born this 

happy morning, 
Jesus, to Thee be all glory giv'n; 
Word of the Father, now in flesh 

appearing. 

O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us 

adore Him; 
O come, let us adore Him, Christ, the 

Lord. 



Silent Night 



Silent night! Holy night! 

All is calm, all is bright, 

Round yon Virgin Mother and Child! 

Holy Infant, so tender and mild, 

Sleep in heavenly peace. 

Sleep in heavenly peace. 



Silent night! Holy night! 
Shepherds quake at the sight, 
Glories stream from heaven afar, 
Heav'nly hosts sing Alleluia, 
Christ the Saviour is born. 
Christ the Saviour is born. 

OheJira Novell 



Silent night ! Holy night ! 
Son of God, love's pure light, 
Radiant beams from Thy holy face, 
Widi the dawn of redeeming grace, 
Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth. 
Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth. 



The first Nowell the angel did say, 
Was to certain poor shepherds, in fields 

as they lay, 
In fields where they lay keeping their 

sheep, 
On a cold winter's night that was so 
deep. 

Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, 
Born is the King of Israel. 



They looked up and saw a star 
Shining in the East beyond 

them far, 
And to the earth it gave great 

light, 
And so it continued both day 
and night. 

Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, 
Born is the King of Israel. 



carols By entiRe school 



o Little town of Bethlehem 



O little town of Bethlehem, 

How still we see thee lie! 

Above thy deep and dreamless sleep 

The silent stars go by; 

Yet in thy dark streets shineth 

The everlasting Light; 

The hopes and fears of all the years 

Are met in thee tonight. 



For Christ is born of Mary, 

And gathered all above, 

While mortals sleep, the angels keep 

Their watch of wond'ring love. 

O morning stars, together 

Proclaim the holy birth! 

And praises sing to God the King, 

And peace to men on earth. 



hARk! the heRAl6 angels sing 



Hark! the herald angels sing 
Glory to the newborn King! 
Peace on earth and merq' mild, 
God and sinners reconciled! 
Joyful, all ye nations rise, 
Join the triumph of the skies; 
With the angelic host proclaim 
Christ is born in Bethlehem! 
Hark! the herald angels sing 
Glory to the new-born King! 



Christ, by highest heav'n adored; 
Christ, the everlasting Lord; 
Late in time behold him come, 
Offspring of the Virgin's womb. 
Veiled in flesh the Godhead see; 
Hail the incarnate Deity, 
Pleased as man with man to dwell ; 
Jesus, our Emmanuel! 
Hark! the herald angels sing 
Glory to the new-born King! 



the old nuid an6 the thief 

An Opera in One Act 

Words and Music by 

GIAN-CARLO MENOTTI 



THE CAST 

Laetitia Osceola Davis 

Miss Pinkerton Kathryn Bouleyn 

Miss Todd Mertine Johns 

Bob Evans Clough 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Tuesday Evening, December 15, 1970 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Christ, unser Herr, zum Jordan kam, S684 J. S. Bach 

Chorale-Prelude from Clavier-Ubung, Part III (1685-1750) 

Trio-sor.ata in C minor, S526. . J. S. Bach 

Vivace - Largo - Allegro 

GORDON H. TURK, organ 

II 

Sonata in G minor G. F. Handel 

Larghetto - Allegro - Adagio - Allegro (1685-1759) 

MARILYN ZUPNIK, oboe 

ROBERT LEVIN, harpsichord 

CHRISTOPHER REX, violoncello 

Sonata in F minor G. P. Telemann 

Andante cantabile - Allegro - Andante - Vivace (1681-1767) 

SANDRA MILLER, flute 
ROBERT LEVIN, harpsichord 
CHRISTOPHER REX, violoncello 

Trio-sonata in C minor J.J. Quantz 

Andante moderato - Allegro - Larghetto - Vivace (1697-1773) 

SANDRA MILLER, flute MARILYN ZUPNIK, oboe 

ROBERT LEVIN, harpsichord CHRISTOPHER REX, violoncello 

INTERMISSION 

III 

sleep, why dost thou leave me?) 

from "Semele ) G> F . Handel 

Oh, had I Jubal's lyre ) (1685-1759) 

from "Joshua" ) 

Lungi dal caro bene Giuseppe Sarti 

( 1729-1802) 

Waldseligheit ) 

Selig Nacht ) Joseph Marx 

Und gestern hat er mir Rosen gebracht) (1882- ) 

Three Shakespeare Songs Roger Quilter 

1. Come away, Death (1877-1893) 

2. Mistress Mine 

3- Blow, blow, thou Winter Wind 

Let's Waltz - Ah.' Je veux vivre Charles Gounod 

^ (1818-1893) 

LYNN PREV0T, soprano 
DR. S0KOL0FF, piano 

Mr. Turk: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Miss Miller: Student of Mr. Krell 
Miss Zupnik: Student of Mr. de Lancie 
Miss Prevot: Student of Mr. Gari 
Mr. Rex: Student of Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Sunday Afternoon, January 24., 1971 at 5:15 o'clock 



PROGRAM 

MUSIC OF JOHANNES BRAHMS (1833-1897) 
I 
Sonata in G Major, Opus 78 

Vivace ma non troppo 
Adagio 

Allegro molto moderato 



Piotr Janowski, violin 



6 Klavierstucke, Opus 118 

1. Intermezzo 

2. Intermezzo 

3. Ballade 



Paul Berkowitz, piano 



II 



4-. Intermezzo 

5. Roman za 

6. Intermezzo 



Heide Rice, piano 
III 



Trio in C Major, Opus 87 

Allegro 

Andante con moto (Thema mit Variationen) 
Scherzo: Presto 

Finale: Allegro giocoso 

Jan Mark Sloman, violin Roger Low, violoncello 

Hi 11a Khursedji, piano 

Mr. Berkowitz: Student of Mr. Serkin 
Mr. Janowski: Student of Mr. Galamian 
Miss Rice: Student of Mr. Lipkin 
Miss Khursedji, Mr. Sloman and Mr. Low: 
Students of Mr. Dalley in chamber music 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Monday, January 25, 1971 at 8:00 P.M. 
The Opera Department under the direction of Max Rudolf 

presents 
AN EVENING OF OPERA SCENES 

PROGRAM 

I. Duet from Act II of "Der Freischutz VON WEBER 

(in German) _ (1786-1826) 

Annchen (soprano): Osceola Davis 
Agatha (soprano): Patricia Stasis 

II. Aria and Duet from Act II of "Samson et Dalilah" SAINT-SAENS 

(in French) (1835-1921) 

Dalilah (mezzo) : Mertine Johns 
The High Priest of Dagon (baritone): 
C. Evans C lough 

III. Duet from Act II of "La Traviata" VERDI 

(in Italian) (1813-1901) 

Violetta Valery (soprano) : Emily Rawlins 
Giorgio Germont (baritone): Robert Calvert 

IV. Final Aria from "Lucia di Lammermoor" DONIZETTI 

(in Italian) (1797-18-48) 

Edgardo (tenor): Thomas OLeary 

V. Duet from Act IV of "Romeo et Juliette" GOUNOD 

(in French) (1818-1893) 

Romeo (tenor): Otoniel Gonzaga 
Juliette (soprano): Carol Rogers 

VI. Final Scene from "La Foraa del Doatino" VERDI 

(in Italian) (1813-1901) 

Leonora (ooprano)i — Kathryn Boulcyn 
D on Alvaro (tenor)'. — Rood William s (ill) 
F ather Guardiano (ba33) : — K e nneth Thomps on 

INTERMISSION 

VII. Duet and Quartet from "Luisa Miller" VERDI 

(in Italian) (1813-1901) 

Luisa (soprano): Kathryn Bouleyn 
Federica (mezzo) : Ellen Phillips 
Count Walter (bass) : Kenneth Thompson 
Wurm (bass): James De Haven 

VIII. Opening Duet from "The Merry Wives of Windsor" NIC0LAI 

(in English) (1810-1849) 

Mrs. Ford (soprano): Patricia Stasis 
Mrs. Page (mezzo) : Bonnie Forgacs 

IX. Duet from Act I of "Pagliacci" LEONCAVALLO 

(in Italian) (1858-1919) 

Nedda (soprano): Kathryn Bouleyn 
Silvio (baritone): Robert Calvert 
Zerbinetta's aria "Ariadne auf Noxos. . .Syble Young STRAUSS 

X. Spinning- Quartet from "Martha" VON FL0T0W 

( in Englioh ) (1812-1883) 

Lady Harri e t ( soprano) : — Syble Young 

N ancy (moaao) t Ellon Phillip s 

Lionel (tenor) ; — Frank Munafo (ill) 
Plunkett (baoo) s — Jamoo B e Hav e n 

Piano Accompaniment : 
v David Effron, Sylvia Lee, Christopher Macatsoris 
Thuring Bram, Calvin Simmons 

MUSICAL PREPARATION AND INTERPRETATION 
David Effron, Sylvia Lee, and Christopher Macatsoris 

\ STAGE DIRECTION 

Dino Yannopoulos 

I 

/ Assistant Coaches 

bt v Thuring Bram, Michael Korn, Calvin Simmons 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970/71 

Wednesday Evening, February 3, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata No. 1 Bela Bartok 

Allegro appassionato (.1881-1945) 

Adagio 
Allegro 

Rolf Schulte, violin David Levine, piano 

II 

Prelude and Fugue in C Major S. 545 ■ J. S. Bach 

(1685-1750) 

2 Orgslbiichlein Chorale-Preludes J. 3. Bach 

Herr Christ, der ein'ge Gottes Sohn S.601 
Christ lag in Todesbanden S.695 

Fugue from the 94th Psalm Julius Reubke 

(1834-1858) 

Karl Watson, organ 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Trio in A minor, Opus 114 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro (1833-1897) 

Adagio 

Andante grazioso 
Allegro 

David Singer, clarinet Jerry Grossman, violoncello 

David Levine, piano 

Mr. Schulte: Student of Mr. Galamian 
Mr. Levine: Student of Mr. Horszowski 
Mr. Watson: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mssrs. Singer, Grossman and Levine: 
Students of Mr. Schneider in Chamber Music 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Friday Evening, February 5, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Sonata in A Major Cesar Franck 

Allegretto ben moderato (1822-1890) 

Allegro 

Recitativo-fantasia 
Allegretto poco mosso 

Daniel Heifetz, violin Cristina Ortiz, piano 

Coached by Mr. Brodsky 

II 

Danses (Sacree et profane) Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 

Regina Watson, harp 

Peter Zazofsky )_ vioiing Douglas Buchanan, viola 

Michael Antonello) Stephen Ballou, violoncello 

Ronald Cantelm, doublebass 

Coached by Mr. Brodsky 
INTERMISSION 



III 

Trio No. 1 in D minor, Opus U9 Felix Mendelssohn 

Molto allegro agitato 

Andante con moto tranquillo 
Scherzo: Leggiero e vivace 

Finale: Allegro assai appassionato 

Lucy Chapman, violin Bryan Epperson, violoncello 

Patricia Michaelian, piano 

Coached by Mr. Steinhardt 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-sev nth Season 1970-71 



Friday Evening, February 26, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

progr;: 
i 

Concerto in E Major Johann Baptist Vanhal 

Allegro moderato (1739-1813) 

Adagio 

Finale: Allegro moderato 

Stephen Edwards, doublebass 
Andrew Willis, piano 

II 

Suite, Opus 57 Charles Edouard Lefebvre 

Canon: Moderato (1843-1917) 

Allegretto scherzando 

Finale: Allegro leggiero 

Sandra Miller, flute Marilyn Zupnik, oboe 

David Singer, clarinet Justin Miller, bassoon 

Gregory Hustis, horn 

III 

Caprices, Opus 1, No. 11 and No. 24 Niccolo Paganini 

for violin alone (1782-1840) 

Mari Tsumura, violin 

INTERMISSION 

IV 

* 

Concerto No. 7 in D Major (K271a) W. A. Mozart 

Allegro maestoso (1756-1791) 

Andante 

Rondo: Allegro 

Mari Tsumura 
Curtis Orchestra 
conducted by Max Rudolf 

3 Tsumura: Student of Mr. Galamian 
Mr. Edwards : Student of Mr. Scott 
'■Joodwind ensemble: Students of Mr. de Lancie 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Tuesday Evening, March 2, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Sonata in G Major (1927) Maurice Ravel 

Allegretto (1875-1937) 

Blues 

Perpetuum mobile 

Rolf Schulte, violin 
David Levine, piano 

II 

2 Arias from Giulio Cesare G. F. Handel 

1. Non disperar; chi sa? se al regno (1685-1759) 

2. Piangero la sorte mia, si crudele 

Wie lange schon war immer Verlangen) Hugo Wolf 

Elfenlied ) (1860-1903) 

Carol Page, soprano 
Dr. Sokoloff, piano 

INTER Mil SSI0N 

III 

Phantasy, Opus 47 Arnold Scho'nberg 

(1874-1951) 

4 Stiicke, Opus 7 Anton V/ebern 

(1883-1945) 

Night Music II (4 Nocturnes - 1962) George Crumb 

(1929- ) 
Rolf Schulte - David Levine 

IV 

Papillons ) Camille Saint-Saens 

Le bonheur est chose legere) (1835-1922) 

Violin obbligato - Sheila Fiekovsky 
Toltik a nagy erdo utjat ) ^ Bela Bartok 

Ha kimegyek arr'a magos tetore) (1881-1945) 

At the ".veil Richard Hageman 

(1882-1967) 

Regnava nel silenzio Gaetano Donizetti 

from Lucia di Lammermoor (1797-184B) 

Carol Page - Dr. Sokoloff 



Mr. Schulte: Student of Mr. Galamian 

Mr. Levine: Student of Mr. Horszouski 

i Page: Student of Mme. Gregory and Mr. Gari 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Tuesday evening, March 9, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

JOHN WEAVER, organ 

PROGRAM 

I 

Fantasy in F minor (K594-) W. A. Mozart 

Adagio (1756-1791) 

Allegro 
Adagio 

Partita: Gott, du frommer Gott (S767) J. S. Bach 

(1685-1750) 

Prelude and fugue in A minor (S543) J- S. Each 

INTERMISSION 



III 

Sonata No. 1 Paul Hindemith 

I. Massig schnell (1895-1963) 

II. Sehr langsam 
Phantasie 
Ruhig bewegt 

Rhapsody for flute and organ John Weaver 

(1937- ) 
Marianne Weaver, flute 

Prelude and Fugue on B.A.C.H Franz Liszt 

(1811-1886) 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Friday Evening, March 12, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Grand Duo Concertant Giovanni Bottesini 

(1821-1889) 
Mark Stephenson, doublebass 
Piotr Janowski, violin 
Andrew Willis, piano 

II 

English Suite No. 6 in D minor (S811) J- S. Bach 

Prelude - Allegro Double 

Allemande Gavotte I 

Courante Gavotte II 

Saraband e Gigue 

Gary Rea, piano 

INTERMISSION 

III 

From "Songs of Travel" Ralph Vaughn-Williams 

The Vagabond (1872-1958) 

Bright is the ring of words 
The Roadside Fire 

Gregory Cantvell, baritone 
Dr. Sokoloff, piano 

IV 

Dover Beach Samuel Barber 

(1910- ) 

Gregory Cantwell 
Daniel Heifetz) . James Francis, viola 

Jack Rappaport) - V1 ° inS Bryan Epperson, violoncello 

Mr. Stephenson: Graduating student of Mr. Scott 
Mr. Rea: Student of Mr. Ilorszowski 
Mr. Cantwell: Student of Miss Harshaw 
Chamber Music Students of Mr. Brodsky 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Monday Evening, March 15, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata in D minor, Opus 4-0 Dmitri Shostakovich 

Moderato (1906- ) 

Moderato con moto 
Largo 

Polonaise brillante, Opus 3 Frederic Chopin 

(1810-1849) 

Rebecca Seiver, violoncello 
Hilla Khursedji, piano 

II 

Symphonie, Opus 21 (1928) Anton Webern 

I. Ruhig schreitend (1883-19-45) 

II. Variationen 

Contemporary Music "Workshop conducted by Thuring Bran 

Rolf Schulte)_ v jo]i n3 David Singer, clarinet 

Lucy Chapman) Anthony Signorelli, bass clarinet 

Judy Geist, viola Martha Glaze )_ u orns 

Chris Finckel, violoncello Gene Standley) 

Regina Watson, harp 

INTERMISSION 

III 

A prole do bebe, No. 1 Heitor Villa-Lobos 

Branquinha (The Porcelain Doll) (1887-1959) 

Moreninha (The Paper Doll) A Probresinha (The Rag Doll) 
Caboclinha (The Clay Dell) Polichinelo (Punch) 
Mulatinha (The Rubber Doll) Bruxa (The Witch Doll) 
Negrinha (The Wooden Doll) 

Sonata in F minor, Opus 5 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro maestoso 
Andante 

Scherzo: Allegro energico 

Intermezzo (Ruckblick) Andante molto 
Finale: Allegro moderato ma rubato 

Cristina Ortiz, piano 

Miss Seiver: Student of Mr. Cole 
Miss Khursedji: Student of Mr. Serkin 
Miss Ortiz: Student of Mr. Serkin 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 17, 1971 at 5:15 o'clock 

Afternoon Concert 

STUDENTS OF MISS CCSTELLO IN HARP 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata in C Johann Dussek 

Allegro (1760-1812) 

Andantino 

Rondo : Allegro 

Scintillation . Carlos Salzedo 

(188 5-19 a) 

Michaelene Shay 

II 

Sonata Paul Hindemith 

Massig schnell (1895-1963) 

Lebhaft 

Sehr langsam 

Impromptu, Opus 86 Gabriel Faure 

(1845-1924) 

Kathleen Moreno 

III 

Quietude ) 

Iridescence) . Carlos Salzedo 

Whirlwind ) 

from 5 Preludes 

Danses (Sacree et profane) Claude Debussy 

(1862-1918) 

Regina Watson 

Sarah Johnson )_ v i ]i ns Douglas Buchanan, viola 

Michael Antonello) ' Stephen Ballou, violoncello 

Ronald Cantelm, doublebass 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Richard Goode, piano 

Thursday Evening, March 18, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Partita No. U in D J. S. Bach 

(1685-1750) 
Ouverture Sarabande 

Allemande Menuett 

Courante Gigue 

Aria 



Sonata in A Major, Opus 101 L. van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Etwas lebhaft, und^mit der innigsten Empfindung 
Lebhaft, marschmassig 

Langsam und sehnsuchtsvoll 

Geschwind, doch nicht zu sehr und mit Entschlossenheit 



INTERMISSION 



Sonata, Opus 1 Alban Berg 

(1885-1935) 



Phantasie, Opus 17 Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 

Durchaus phantastisch und leidenschaftlich vorzutragen 
Massig. Durchaus energisch. 

Langsam getragen. Durchweg leise zu halten. 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Sunday Evening, March 21, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Sonata in B minor, Opus 58. . Frederic Chopin 

Allegro maestoso (1810-1849) 

Scherzo: Molto vivace 
Largo 

Finale: Presto non tanto 

Cynthia Raim, piano 



II 

Sonata in G minor, Opus 65 Frederic Chopin 

Allegro moderato 
Scherzo 
Largo 

Finale: Allegro 

Elizabeth Tuma, violoncello 
Marilyn Swan, piano 



INTERMISSION 



III 

Quartet No. 1, Opus. 7 Bela Bartok 

Lento (1881-1945) 

Allegro vivace 

Lucy Chapman )_ v j_ ii ns Jud y Geist, viola 

Michael Antonello) ' Chris Finckel, violoncello 

Miss Raim: Student of Mr. Horszowski 
Miss Tuma: Student of Mr. Soyer 
Miss Swan: Student of Mr. Lipkin 

Chamber music students of Mr. Schneider and Mr. Tree 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Sunday Afternoon, March 28, 1971 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Sonata in B minor (S1030) J. S. Bach 

Andante (1685-1750) 

Largo e dolce 

Presto Sandra Miller, flute 

James Richman, piano 

II 

Toccata Frescobaldi-Cassad', 

(1583-1643) (1897-1966; 
Christopher Rex, violoncello 
Andrew Willis, piano 

III 

Assobio a jato (The jet whistle) Heitor Villa -Lobor 

( 1887-19 : : 
Sandra Miller, flute 
Christopher Rex, violoncello 

IV 

Sonata in A minor (Arpeggione) (D821) Franz Schubert 

Allegro moderato (1797-1828) 

Adagio 

Allegretto _.. , _ . _ -- 

Christopher Rex, violoncello 

Andrew Willis, piano 

INTERMISSION 

V 

II Tramonto Ottorino Respigh? 

( 1879-1936;' 
Claudia Visca, soprano 

Daniel Heifetz)_ . -, . James Francis, viola 

Peter Zazofsky) Bryan Epperson, violoncello 

VI 

introduction and Variations in E minor (D802) .. Fran 2 Schubert 

on a Theme (Trockne Blumen) from the Song Cycle Die schone Mullerin 

Sandra Miller 
James Richman, piano 



Miss Miller 
Miss Visca 
Mr. Rex 



Student of Mr. Krell 
Student of Mme. Gregory 
Student of Mr. Cole 



Cantata: 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSI 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Monday Evening, March 29, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



"Orfee" Jean-Philippe Rameau 

(1683-1764-) 



Recitative 



Aria 



Que du bruit 

- J ' ai pour temoin 

- En amour 



1. Par le charme 

2. Mais con ame 

3. Inutiles regretsi 

Carol M. Rogers, soprano 
Calvin Simmons, piano 



II 



3 Intermezzi, Opus 119 Johannes Brahms 

(1833 7 .1897) 

Drei Klavierstucke, Opus 11, Nos. 1 & 2 Arnold Schonberg 

(1874-1951) 

Grandes etudes de Paganini Franz Liszt 

No. 6 in A minor (1811-1886) 

Hilla Khursedji, piano 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Chants d'Auvergne Joseph Canteloube 

Pastourelle (1879-1957) 

L' Antoueno 

Malurous qu'o uno jenno 
Passo pel prat 
L'aio de rotso 

Le vilain petit canard, Opus 18 Serge Prokofiev 

[The ugly duckling] (1891-1953) 

Carol M. Rogers, soprano 
Calvin Simmons, piano 



Miss Rogers: Student of Miss Harshaw 
Miss Khursedji: Student of Mr. Serkin 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Tuesday Evening, March 30, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata No. 6 in A Luigi Boccherini 

Adagio (1743-1805) 

Allegro-aff etuoso 

Gabriel Vole, doublebass 
James Richman, piano 

II 

Sonata Opus 26 Samuel Earber 

Allegro energico (1910- ) 

Allegro vivace e leggero 
Adagio -mesto 

Fuga: Allegro con spirito 

Jeffrey Chappel, piano 

III 

Ulegia in D Giovanni Eottesi 

( 18 21-1889) 

Valse miniature, Opus 1, No. 2 . . . Serge Koussevitsi:-- 

(1874-1951) 

Gavotte . Antonio Lorenzitti 

(1740-1790) 
Gabrie'J Vole, doublebass 
Kathleen Moreno, harp 

INTERMISSION 

IV 

Quintet in A Major, Opus 114 (Trout) Franz Schube 

Allegro vivace (1797-18.: 

Andante 

Scherzo: Presto 
Thema : Andantino 

Finale: Allegro giusto 

Sheila Fiekowsky - violin Roger Low^- violoncello 

Victoria Matosich - viola Gabriel Vole - doublebass 

Kiyoko Takeuti - piano 

Miss Moreno: Student cf Miss Costello 
Mr. Vole: Graduating Student of Mr. Scott 
Mr. Chappell: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 

Quintet: Chamber music students of Mr. Steinhardt 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Thursday Evening, April 1, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Eri gia tutta inia 1 Scherz i Musicali Claudio Monteverdi 

Quel sguardo sdegnosetto) 1632 (1567-164.3) 

Mary Nestler, soprano 
Thuring Bram, piano 

Gottversorget alles Leben J. S. 

from Cantata 187, "Es wartet alles auf dich" (1685-1750) 

Mary Nestler 
Thuring Bram, piano; Chris Rex, violoncello; Randall Wolfgang, oboe 

Recitative and Aria J. S. Bach 

from "St. Matthew Passion" 

Viev/ohl mein Herz in Tranen schwimmt 
Ich will dir mein Herze schenken 

Mary Nestler 

Thuring Bram, piano Chris Rex, violoncello 

Randall Wolfgang and Marilyn Zupnik, oboes 

In Darkness Let Me Dwell John Dowland 

_Mary N estler ( 1563-1626) 

Thuring Bram, piano 

Vier Lieder, Opus 12 Anton Webern 

Der Tag is vergangen _ (1883-1945) 

Die geheimnisvolle Flote 

Schien mir's, als ich sah die Sonne 

Gleich und Gleich 

Mary Nestler 
Thuring Bram, piano 

"dass es nichts neus gibt unter der Sonne" Thuring Bran 

Spate Jahreszeit (1944- 

Fensterperspektive 

Was ich (vielleicht) fur die vorubergehenden 
bin Taglich 

Mary Nestler 
Alexander Heller, bassoon James Carter, viola 

INTERMISSION 

II 

Piano Quartet in C minor, Opus 60 Johannes Bra] 

Allegro non troppo ( 1833-1897) 

Scherzo: Allegro 
Andante 

Finale: Allegro comodo 

Andre Schub, piano Douglas Buchanan, viola 

Piotr Janowski, violin Peter Wiley, violoncello 

Miss Nestler: Student of Miss Rulau 
Chamber Music students of Mr. Schneider and Mr. Dalley 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSI 
Curtis Hall, Forty-Seventh Season 1970-71 

AN EVENING OF TWENTIETH CENTURY MUSIC FOR WINDS 
Friday Evening, April 2, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Four Impressions. 
Prelude 
Invention 
Nocturne 
Burlesque 



Sandra Miller) _ flutes 

Janet Ketchum) 

David Shifrin) clarinets 
David Singer ) 



■Alexandre Tansman 
(1897- ) 



Randall Wolfgang) _ oboes 
Marilyn Zupnik ) 



Alexander Heller) 
Rita Hildebrandt) 



- bassoons 



Deux Mouvements. 



Sandra Miller) _ flutes 
Janet Ketchum) 



Jacques Ibert 

( 1890-1962) 
David Singer, clarinet 
Alexander Heller, bassoon 



Three Variables Benjamin Lees 



Allegro giocoso 
Adagietto 
Allegro molto 

Randall Wolfgang, oboe 
David Singer, clarinet 



(1924- ) 



Alexander Heller, bassoon 
Milton Phibbs, horn 



Heide Rice, piano 



Suite No. 1, Opus 11 

1. Allegro con spirito 

2. Adagio molto sostenuto 

3- Allegro giocoso 

4- Allegretto con melinconia 
5. Allegro con brio 

Sandra Miller, flute 
Randall Wolfgang, oboe 



Nicolai Berezowski 
(1900-1953) 



David Shifrin, Clarinet 
Alexander Heller, bassoon 



Milton Phibbs, horn 

Five Pieces for Wind Instruments and Percussion. 
1. Canzonetta 



Ernest Toch 
( 1887-1964) 



2. 
3. 
4- 
5- 



Caprice 
Night Song 
Roundelay 
Cavalcade 



Sandra Miller, flute 
Marilyn Zupnik, oboe 
David Shifrin, clarinet 

John Cenna) 

, „ (- percussion 
Joseph Nerc) 



Alexander Heller, bassoon 

Milton Phibbs, horn 

Gregory Hustis, horn 



Students of Mr. de Lancie in Woodwind Ensemble 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season, 1970-71 

Thursday Evening, April 15, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata No. 1 in G minor (S1001) J. S. Bach 

Adagio - Fuga - Siciliano - Presto (1685-1750) 

3 Caprices from Opus 1, Nos. 6,15,20 Nicolo Paganini 

(1782-1840) 

Sonata in E minor, Opus 27, No. U Eugene Ysaye 

Allemande: Lento maestoso (1858-1931) 

Sarabande: Quasi lento 

Finale: Presto ma non troppo 

Piotr Janowski, violin 
II 

Auf dem Strom (Rellstab) , Op. posth. 119 (D94.3) Franz Schubert 

n+ • i r + (1797-1828) 

0x.oniel Gonzaga, tenor 

Gregory Hustis, horn Craig Nies, piano 

INTERMISSION 
III 

Liederkreis (Eichendorff ) , Opus 39, Nos. 1-6 Robert Schumann 

1. In der Fremde (1810-1856) 

2. Intermezzo 

3. Waldesgesprach 

4- Die Stille 

5- Mondnacht 

6. Schone Fremde 

Otoniel Gonzaga 
Craig Nies, piano 

IV 

Phantasiestucke, Opus 12 Robert Schumann 

Des Abends 
Aufschwung 

'■Jarum? 

Grill en 

In der Nacht 

Fabel 

Traumeswirren 

Ende vom Lied 

Andrew T .7illis, piano 

Mr. Janowski: Student cf Mr. Galamian 
Mr. Gonzaga: Student of Mr. Lewis 
Mr. Willis: Student of Mr. Horszowski 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season, 1970-71 

Friday Evening, April 16, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Ciaccona T omnia so Vitali 

(1665-174-7) 

Suite Italienne .Igor Stravinsky 

(1882-1971) 

From Baal Shem .Ernest Bloch 

Nigun (Improvisation) (1880-1959) 

Tzigane. . . ........... Maurice Ravel 

(1875-1937) 

Daniel Heifetz, violin 
Marion Zarzeczna, piano 

INTERMISSION 

II 

Prelude, Choral et Fugue Cesar Franck 

(1822-1890) 

Gaspard de la Nuit. Maurice Ravel 

Ondine 
Le gibet 
Scarbo 

Cristina Ortiz, piano 



Mr. Heifetz: Graduating student of Mr. Zimbalist 

and Mr. Galamian 
Miss Ortiz: Post-graduate student of Mr. Serkin 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Sunday Afternoon, April 18, 1971 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Toccata in D Major (S912) . .J. S. Bach 

James Adler, piano (1685-1750) 

II 

Tornami a vagheggiar G. F. Handel 

from "Alcina" (1685-1759) 

V'adoro, pupille G. F. Handel 
from "Giulio Cesare" 

From "Zigeunerlieder" Opus 103 Johannes Brahms 

Hei ZigeunerJ (1833-1897) 

Kommt dir manchmal 
Brauner Bursche 

Sylvia Villarreal, soprano 
Dr. Sokoloff, piano Ted Baskin, oboe 

III 

Music for piano Irving Fine 

Prelude (1915-1962) 

Waltz-Gavotte 

Variations 

Interlude-Finale 

Etude in F Major Moritz Moskowski 

(1854-1925) 
James Adler, piano 

INTERMISSION 

IV 

From Fetes galantes Claude Debussy 

En sourdine (1862-1918) 

Clair de lune 

Fantoches 

Del cabello mas sutil Fernando J. Obradors 

El vito (1897-1945) 

Ebben, ne andro lontana Alfredo Catalan! 

from "La Wally" (1854-1893) 

Sylvia Villarreal 
Dr. Sokoloff, piano 

V 

Scherzo, Opus 2 .... .Maurice Durufle 

( 1902- ) 

Sonata in C minor (94th Psalm) Julius Reubke 

Grave (1834-1953) 

Adagio 
Allegro 

Gordon Turk, organ 
Mr. Adler: Student of Mr. Lipkin Miss Villarreal: Student of Mr. Gari 
Mr. Turk: Graduating student of Dr. McCurdy 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season, 1970-71 

Tuesday Afternoon, April 20, 1971 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Sorrow, sorrow stay ) John Dowland 

Come again, sweet love J ' (1563-1626) 

Trennungslied) W. A. Mozart 

An Cloe )* .... ( 1756 _ 1791 ) 

Canto di primavera .Pietro Cimara 

Kathleen Lamy, soprano (, loo /- 

Dr. Sokoloff, piano 

II 

Sento nel core Alessandro Scarlatti 

(1660-1725) 

Vittoria, mio core. Giacomo Carissini 

(1605-1674.) 

Mit vierzig Jahren) _ _ _ Johannes Brahms 

Uniiberwindlich ) (1833-1897) 

The Lord is my Shepherd .Leo Sowerby 

(1895-1968) 

The Crucifixion ... .......... .Samuel Barber 

from "Hermit Songs" (1910- ) 

Tu sul labbo de' veggenti Giuseppe Verdi 

from "Nabucco" (1813-1901) 

Thomas Tietjen, bass 
Dr. Sokoloff, piano Michael Stairs, organ 

III 

Say, love, if ever thou didst find. . John Dowland 

(1563-1626) 

Donne vaghe (las Serva Padrona) Giovanni Paisiello 

(1740-1816) 

Se tu m'ami, se sospiri. ..... .Giovanni Pergolesi 

(1710-1736) 

In der Fremde) Robert Schumann 

Widmung )' ' (1810-1856) 

A nun takes the veil) Samuel Barber 

1 hear an army ) (1910- ) 

Mary Sue Hyatt, soprano 
Dr. Sokoloff, piano 

IV 
"Where'er you walk. G. F. Handel 

(1685-1759) 
Ecco ridente. .................... Gioacchino Rossini 

(1792-1868) 
Pi eta Signore Alessandro Stradella 

(1642-1682) 
Ombra mai fu ................... G. F. Handel 

Richard Powell, tenor 
Calvin Simmons, piano Dr. McCurdy, organ 

Miss Lamy, Miss Hyatt, Mr. Tietjen and 
Mr. Powell: Students of Mr. Gari 



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CURTIS 
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OF 

MUSIC 

PHILADELPHIA 



SCHOOL FOR FATHERS 

FRIDAY, APRIL 23, AND 

SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1971 AT 8:15 P.M. 

Matinee - Thursday and Friday 

THE NEW LOCUST THEATRE 
PHILADELPHIA 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Rudolf Serkin, Director 

PRESENTS 
SCHOOL FOR FATHERS 

Comic Opera in three acts 

by Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari 

Libretto by Giuseppe Pizzolato 

English version by Edward T. Dent 

Conductors: Max Rudolf, David Effron 

Stage Director: Dino Yannopoulos 

Scenery, costumes and lighting by Wolfgang Roth 

CAST IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE 

Friday Saturday 
LUCIETA, Lunardo's daughter 

by his first marriage Emily Rawlins Osceola Davis 

MARGARITA Lunardo's 

second wife Mertine Johns Bonnie Forgacs 

LUNARDO, a wealthy 

merchant James De Haven Alan Ord 

MAURIZIO, a widower Robert Calvert Gregory Cantwell 

MARINA, Simone's wife Kathryn Bouleyn Patricia Stasis 

MAID Ellen Phillips Jennifer Jones 

FILIPETO, Maurizio's son . . . Otoniel Gonzaga Marco Lamas 

SIMONE, merchant Thomas Holliday Evans Clough 

FELICE, Canciano's wife Susan Belling Carol Rogers 

RICCARDO, a nobleman Reed Williams Frank Munafo 

CANCIAN, merchant Kenneth Thompson Thomas Holliday 

SYNOPSIS OF SCENES 
The action takes place in Venice 

Act I 
Scene I: Lunardo's house 
Scene 2: The roof tenace'of Simone's house 

Act II Act III 

Lunardo's house INTERMEZZO At Lunardo's 

Intermissions after Act I and Act II 



PRODUCTION STAFF 

Production Manager Michael Molly 

Assistant to Stage Director Josephine Guido 

Stage Managers Josephine Guido, Thomas Holliday 

Assistant Conductors Thuring Bram, Chris Macatsoris, 

Calvin Simmons 

Costume supervision by Robert Yodice 

Costumes from Brooks- Van Horn, New York 

Design scenery constructed by Design Associates 

Lighting equipment from BASH Stage Lighting Equipment 

Chief electrician, Matthew Douglas 

FOR THE NEW LOCUST THEATRE 

Master carpenter William Harrer 

Master electrician A. J. Carli 

Master property Al Mongelli 



Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (1876-1948) was born in Venice of Italian-German parentage. 
Most of his thirteen operas are based on texts by Goldoni and show the characteristics 
of the Venetian Commedia dell'Arte. 

SCHOOL FOR FATHERS (I Quattro Rusteghi) was first performed in Munich in 
1906 under the direction of Felix Mottl. 

The story deals with the eternal battle of the sexes. Lunardo and Maurizio have arranged 
the marriage of their children Lucieta and Filipeto with the stipulation that the young 
people are not to meet before the wedding. This incenses the girl's stepmother and the 
boy's aunt. Together with Felice, a more emancipated member of their sex, they decide 
to bring the couple together, taking advantage of carnival time. Count Riccardo, 
Felice's ardent admirer, helps in the masquerade. However, the men discover the plot 
and the second act ends in a riot. 

The third act begins with a conference of the three husbands deliberating how to punish 
their wives. As they burst into revengeful rage, Felice enters and delivers a harangue. 
Reluctantly, the men come to their senses, the comedy of bad manners resolves itself, 
and all ends well. 









ORCHESTRA-SCHOOL FOR FATHERS 



VIOLINS 
Amalia Joanou 

Concertmaster 
Rolf Schulte 
Catherine Tait 
Sheila Fiekowsky 
Man Tsumura 
Mi Young Park 
Jan Sloman 
Patricia Pironti 
Elsa Nilsson 
I-Fu Wang 
Peter Zazof sky 
Cheryl Minor 
Lucy Chapman 
Jack Rappaport 
Kay Johnson 
Sarah Johnson 
Lynn Case 
Michael Antonello 
Nancy Bracken 
Gayna Mandelbaum 

VIOLAS 
James Francis 
James Carter 
Bruce Plumb 
Douglas Buchanan 
Dorian Rence 
Judy Geist 
Michael Kara 
Harold Moses 



VIOLONCELLOS 
Bryan Epperson 
Owen Carman 
Christopher Finckel 
Elizabeth Tuma 
Jerry Grossman 
Christopher Rex 

DOUBLE BASSES 
Stephen Edwards 
Gabriel Vole 
Mark Stephenson 
Ronald Cantelm 
Miles Davis 

FLUTES 
Sandra Miller 
Janet Ketchum 

Piccolo 
Adeline Tomasone 

OBOES 

Randall Wolfgang 
Theodore Baskin 
Marilyn Zupnik 
English Horn 

CLARINETS 
David Singer 
Mitchell Sturman 
Anthony Signorelli 




BASSOONS 
Rita Hildebrandt 
Timothy Ward 

HORNS 

Milton Phibbs 
Martha Glaze 
Gene Standley 
David Wetherill 
Gregory Hustis 

HARP 

Kathleen Moreno 

TRUMPETS 
Larry Weeks 
John McElroy 
David Sampson 

TROMBONES 
Mark Lawrence 
Larry Witmer 
John Ashby 

TUBA 
Lawrence Tarlow 

TIMPANI 
Joseph Nero 

BATTERY 
Henry King 
Elvira Olarte 










THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season, 1970-71 

MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 26, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

FROGRAM 

I 
Udite, amanti Giulio Caccini 

(1545-1618) 
cessate di piagarmi Alessandro Scarlatti 

(1660-1725) 
Bella porta di rubini Andrea Falconieri 

(1586-1656) 

Ana di Plutone Claudio Monteverdi 

from II ballo delle ingrate (1567-1643) 

Daniel McConnell, bass 
Dr. Sokoloff, piano 

II 

Sonata No. 3 in D minor Johannes Brahms 

Allegro (1833-1897) 

Adagio 

Un poco presto e con sentimenoo 
Presto agitato 

Roumanian Dances Bela Bartok 

1. Jocul cu bata (1881-194.5) 

2. Braul 5. "Poarga" romaneasca 
3- Pe loc 6. Muruntelul 

4-. Buciumeana 

Caprice No. 24. Nicolo Paganini 

for violin alone (1782-1840) 

Eugene Sarbu, violin 
Hi 11a Khursedji, piano 

INTERMISSION 

III 
Sonata Paul Hindemith 

I. Moderately fast - lively (1895-1963) 

II. With quiet motion 
III. Allegro 

Milton Phibbs, horn 
Andrew Willis, piano 

IV 
Sonntag \ _ Johannes Brahms 

An die Nachtigall) 
Der Tambour 1 Hugo Wolf 

Wohl denk' ich oft) (1860-1903) 

II Lacerato spirito Giuseppe Verdi 

from Simon Boccanegra ( 1813-1901) 

Daniel McConnell, bass 
Dr. Sokoloff, piano 

Mr. McConnell: Student of Miss Rulau 
Mr. Sarbu : Student of Mr. Galamian 
Mr. Phibbs: Graduating student of Mr. Jones 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Sonata, Opus 6 Samuel Barber 

Allegro ma non troppo (1910- ) 

Adagio 

Allegro appassionato 

Roger Low, violoncello 
Dr. Sokoloff, piano 

II 

Tutfe raccolta ancor) G. F. Handel 
Mio caro bene ) (1685-1759) 

Liebestreul Johannes Brahms 

Botschaft ) ' (1833-1897) 

U Gypsy Songs (in Czech). Antonin Dvorak 

1. My song of love 

2. Hey! Ring out my triangle 

3. When my mother taught me 
4.. Give a hawk a fine cage 

Patricia Stasis, soprano 
Dr. Sokoloff, piano 

INTERMISSION 

III 

Le Colibri \ Ernest Chausson 

Serenade italienne) ■■•••■ (1855-1899) 

Wie nahte mir der Schlummer Carl Maria von Weber 

scene and aria from Der Freischutz (1786-1826) 

Patricia Stasis 
Dr. Sokoloff, piano 

IV 

Sonata in D Major, Opus 58 Felix Mendelssohn 

Allegro assai vivace (1809-184.7) 

Allegretto scherzando 
Adagio 

Molto allegro vivace 

Roger Low 
Marilyn Swan, piano 



Mr. Low: Student of Mr. Soyer 
Miss Stasis: Graduating student of Mme. Gregory 
and Miss Rulau 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 30, 1971 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRj 

I 

Sonata in G Benedetto Karcello 

Andante ( 1686-1739) 

Llegro 

Grave 
Allegro 

Bruce Plumb, viola 
Kiyoko Takeuti, piano 

II 

Sonatine Jacques Casterede 

Allegro vivo 

Andante sostenuto 
Allegro 

Mark Lawrence, trombone 
Miss Zarzeczna, piano 

III 

Trio- sonata, Opus 3, No. 2 Archangelo Corelli 

Grave 

: legro 

rk Lawrence, John Ashby, and Larry Witmer - trombones 

INTERMISSION 

IV 

Felicity Raymond Premru 

from 2 Pieces for three trombones 

Piece John Ashby 

Allegro , . . A. L. Andre-Thiriet 

from Suite for three trombones 

Mark Lawrence, John Ashby and Larry Witmer - trombones 

V 

Bachianas Brasileiras No. 1 Heitor Villa-Lobos 

I. Introduction (Embolada) 
II. Preludio (Modinha) 

Christopher Rex Judith Serkin 

Owen Carman Roger Low 

Chris Finckel Peter "■/iley 

Rebecca Seiver Bryan Epperson 

Violoncellos coached by Mr. Cole. 

Mr. Plumb: Student of Kir. Aronoff 
Mr. Lawrence: Student of Mr. Dodson 
. Ashby and Mr. Uitmer: Students of Mr. Stewart 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

SUNDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 2, 1971 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto in A minor. Opus 129 Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 
Nicht zu schnell 
Langsam 

Sehr lebhaft 

Jerry Grossman, violoncello 

INTERMISSION 

II 

Concerto in E minor, Opus 6U Felix Mendelssohn 

( 1809-1847) 

Allegro molto appassionato 
Andante 

Allegretto non troppo 

Rolf Schulte, violin 
Curtis Orchestra conducted by Mr. Rudolf 



Mr. Grossman: Senior Student of Mr. Soyer 
Mr. Schulte: Senior student of Mr. Galamian 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF M U S I C 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 



WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1971 AT 8:00 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 

Rhapsody No.^ 1 Bela Bartok 

I. "lassu" Moderato (1881-1945) 

II. ''Friss" Allegro moderato 

Jerry Grossman - violoncello 
David Levine - piano 

Sonata No. U in C Major, Opus 102, No. 1 ....... . L. van Beethoven 

Andante - allegro vivace (1770-1827) 

Adagio - andante - allegro vivace 

Jerry Grossman 
David Levine - piano 

Sonata for violin and violoncello Maurice Ravel 

ati (1875-1937) 

Allegro ' 

Tres vif 

Lent 

Vif avec entrain 

Jerry Grossman 
Rolf Schulte - violin 

INTERMISSION 



Piano quartet in Eb (K493). ........ W. A. Mozart 

Allegro (1756-1791) 

Larghetto 
Allegretto 

Gary Rea - piano 
Daniel Heifetz - violin 
Bruce Plumb - viola 
Peter Wiley - violoncello 

Chamber Music students of John Dalley 
Mr. Grossman: Senior student of Mr. Soyer 






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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Thursday, May 6, 1971, at 8:00 P.M. 

The Opera Department presents 
AN EVENING OF OPERA SCENES 

Musical Preparation and Interpretation: Sylvia Lee (at the piano) 
Stage Direction: Dino Yannopoulos 

PROGRAM 

I. Act I of "Don Pasquale" Donizetti 

(in Italian) (1797-1848) 

Norina ( soprano) : Carol Rogers - Ernesto (tenor): Otoniel Gonzaga - 
Malatesta ( baritone ) : Robert Calvert - Don Pasquale (bass) : James de Haven 

Synopsis: Don Pasquale is opposed to the love affair of his nephew Ernesto and 
the young widow Norina. Dr. Malatesta, their friend, contrives a plot to win 
over the old bachelor. He tells him about an imaginary beautiful sister 
arousing in him the wish to marry her. Ernesto enters, yet unaware of 
Malatesta' s plot, and grows desperate when told that his uncle will dis- 
inherit him, unless he marries another woman. Norina, first alone, insists 
that she knows all the tricks of winning a man's love. Dr. Malatesta arrives 
and reveals his plans for fooling Pasquale: Norina is to masquerade as his 
sister, wed the old man in a mock marriage and then torture him with her 
whims that eventually Pasquale will seek a way out of his hasty and unhappy 
marriage. 

II. Notturno from Act III of "Don Pasquale" (Norina and Ernesto) 
(in Italian) 

INTERMISSION 

III. Azucena's Narrative from Act II of "II Trovatore" Verdi 

(in Italian) (1813-1901) 

Azucena(mezzo) : Mertine Johns - Manrico( tenor) : Gary Burgess 

IV. Quintet from Act II of "Carmen". .Bizet 

(in French) (1838-1875) 

Carmen ( me z zo ) : Bonnie Forgacs - Frasquita( soprano) : Carol Page - 
Mercedes(mezzo) : Jennifer Jones - Remendado( tenor) : "Walter Granger - 
Dancaire( baritone) : Gregory Cantwell 

V. Max's Aria from Act I of "Der Freischiitz" . Weber 

(in German) (1786-1826) 

Gary Burgess - Tenor 

VI. Duet from Act II of "Manon" . Massenet 

(in French) (1842-1912) 

Manon( soprano) : Emily Rawlins - Des Grieux( tenor) : Otoniel Gonzaga 

VII. Final Scene from "La Forza del Destino" . . .Verdi 

(in Italian) 

Leonora ( soprano) : Kathryn Bouleyn - Don Alvaro ( tenor ) : Reed Williams- 
Father Guardiano(bass) : Kenneth Thompson 









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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

Composition Seminar and Workshop for 
Contemporary Music 

Friday Evening, May 7, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 
Nocturne Mark Stephenson 

Andrew Willis, piano 

Scherzo)_ 

Prelude)" Jeffrey Chappell 

Suite for piano in three movements David Sampson 

Jeffrey ChappelL, piano 

II 

Music for a while (from the Greek) Walter Granger 

We introduce ourselves (Emily Dickinson) Mark Stephenson 

Walter Granger, tenor 
Andrew Willis, piano 

III 

Two movements for string quartet. . . Richard Ratliff 

Sheila Fiekowsky, violin James Carter, viola 

Elsa Nilsson, violin Owen Carman, violoncello 

Suite for violin and viola. Harold Moses 

I. Spring II. Summer III. Fall IV. Winter 

Rolf Schulte, violin James Francis, viola 

Andante for string quartet. . . ..... Jeffrey Chappell 

Sheila Fiekowsky, violin James Carter, viola 

Elsa Nilsson, violin Peter Wiley, violoncello 

IV 

Toccata Harold Moses 

Craig Nies and Andrew Willis, piano 
Henry King and Joseph Nero, percussion 

Composition Students of Mr. Fink 
INTERMISSION 

V 

Suite from "L'histoire du soldat" . . -Igor Stravinsky 

(1882-1971) 
Marche du soldat - Musique de la lere scene - 
Musique de la 2eme scene - Marche royale - 
Petit concert - Trois danses (Tango - Valse - Ragtime) - 
Danse du diable - Grand choral - Marche triomphale du diable 

Thuring Bram, conductor 

David Singer, clarinet John Ashby, trombone 

Timothy Ward, bassoon John Cenna, percussion 

Larry Weeks, trumpet Rolf Schulte, violin 

Miles Davis, double-bass 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

SUNDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 9, 1971 AT 5:15 o'clock 
BRASS ENSEMBLE STUDENTS OF MR. JONES 



Canzon noni toni 

Lany Weeks ) 

John McElroy ) 

Robert Souza )- trumpets 

Irvin Sanders) 

David Sampson ) 

Hilton Phibbs 

Gregory Hustis 

Martha Glaze 

Gene Standley 



■ Giovarrf- Gabrieli 

Mark Lawrence) (1557-1612) 

Larry Witmer ) . , 

T . ' , , (- trombones 

John Ashby ) 

Peter Tomita ) 



David Wetherill) 



) 

)- horns 

) 



Tim Bryson 



) 



Lawrence Tar low) 



- tubas 



St. Anthony Chorale 

Larry Weeks ) 

John McElroy ) 

Robert Souza )- trumpets 

Irvin Sanders) 

David Sampson ) 

Milton Phibbs 

Gregory Hustis 

Martha Glaze 

Gene Standley 

David Wetherill) 



- horns 



Joseph Haydn 

Mark Lawrence) (1732-1809) 

Larry Witmer ) , (arr.by 

John Ashby )" trombones M. Phibbs) 

Peter Tomita ) 

Tim Bryson ) 

Lawrence Tar low )" baS 

Elvira Olarte) 

John Cenna ) tympani and 

Joseph Nero ) percussion 

Henry King ) 



Suite for three trombones 

Courante (from suite in G minor) 

Ah, let me weep (from Rinaldo) 

Sound an alarm (from Judas Maccabaeus) 



G. F. Handel 
(1685-1759) 

(arr. by 
A.Ostrander) 



Mark Lawrence 



Larry Witmer 



John Ashby 



Choros No. 4- for three horns and one trombone. . . . .Heitor Villa -Lobos 

Milton Phibbs ) (1887-1959) 

Gregory Hustis)- horns John Ashby - trombone 
Martha Glaze ) 

From My Diary. ........ ...... Max Reger 

John McElroy ) Mark Lawrence) (1873-1916) 

Robert Souza )_ trumpets Larry Witmer )- trombones (arr. by 

Irvin Sanders) John Ashby ) Werle) 

David Sampson) Tim Bryson - tuba 



Nonet for brass. . . 
Larry Weeks ) 
John McElroy )■ 
Irvin Sanders) 



trumpets 



. . . Wallingford Riegger 

Larry Witmer) (1885-1961) 

John Ashby )- trombones 
Peter Tomita) 



Gregory Hustis). horns 
Martha Glaze ) 



Tim Bryson - tuba 



Liturgical Fanfares 

Annunciation 
Gospel 

Good Friday Procession 
Revelation 



•Henri Tomasi 
(1901- ) 



Larry Weeks ) 
John McElroy ) 
Robert Souza )- 
Irvin Sanders) 
David Sampson ) 
Milton Phibbs 
Gregory Hustis 
Martha Glaze 
Gene Standley 
David Wetherill 



Mark Lawrence) 

Larry Witmer )_ trombones 
trumpets John Ashby ) 

Peter Tomita ) 

Tim Bryson 

Lawrence Tarlow) 

Elvira Olarte) 
- horns John Cenna )_ 

Joseph Nero ) 

Henry King ) 



- tubas 

tympani and 
percussion 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season, 1970-71 

Monday Evening, May 10, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGE. 

I 
Shalimar, Opus 177 Alan Hovhaness 

(1911- ) 

1. Fantasy 5. Jhala March 

2. First Interlude 6. Rain Jhala 

3- Jhala of the Fountains 7. Third Interlude 

4. Second Interlude 8. Jhala of the Waterfalls 

Sonata in E Major, Opus 109 ........ L. van Beethoven 

Vivace, ma non troppo (1770-1827) 

Prestissimo 

Andante molto cantabile ed espressivo(con variazioni) 

Kiyoko Takeuti, piano 

II 

Qual farfalletta amante Domenico Scarlatti 

(1685-1757) 
Ombra di nube. ... ..... Licinio Refice 

(1885- ) 

Romance 1 # Claude Debussy 

Mandoline) (1862-1918) 

From "Hermit Songs", Opus 29 Samuel Earber 

3- St. Ita's Vision 6. Sea-snatch (1910- ) 

Signore ascolta Giacomo Puccini 

from "Turandot" (1858-1924.) 

Pamela La Salle, soprano 
Thuring Bram, piano 

INTERMISSI0N_ 

III 

Der Hirt auf dem Felsen (D965) Franz Schubert 

(1797-1828) 
Pamela La Salle, soprano 
David Singer, clarinet obbligato Thuring Bram, piano 

IV 

Three Short Pieces, Opus 11 (1914) Anton Webern 

(1883-1945) 

Sonata in A Major, Opus 69 . . .L. van Beethoven 

Allegro, ma non tanto 
Scherzo: Allegro molto 
Adagio cantabile 
Allegro vivace 

Chris Finckel, violoncello 
David Levine, piano 

Miss Takeuti: Graduating Student of Mr. Horszowski 
Mr. Finckel : Graduating Student of Mr. Cole 
Miss La Salle: Student of Mr. Gari 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 



TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1971 AT 8:00 O'CLOCK 

PROGRAM 



Sonata Claude Debussy- 
Prologue: Lent (1862-1918) 
Serenade et finale: Moderemente anime 

Elizabeth Tuna, violoncello 
Steven Kemper, piano 

II 

Suite in C Major (S1009). J. S. Bach 

for violoncello alone (1685-1750) 

Prelude 
Allemande 
Courante 
Sarabande 

Bourree I and II 
Gigue 

Elizabeth Tuma. 



INTERMISSION 



III 

Sonata in A Major, Opus 13. • . Gabriel Fauns 

Allegro molto 
Andante 

Allegro vivo 

Allegro quasi presto 

Jan Mark Sloman, violin 
Steven Kemper, piano 

Miss Tuma: Graduating Student of Mr. Soyer 
Mr. Sloman & Mr. Kemper: Chamber Music Students of Mr. Brodsky 






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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-seventh Season 1970-71 

THE GUARNERI QUARTET 

Wednesday Evening, May 12, 1971 at 8:00 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Quartet in C minor, Opus 18, No. /+ L. van Beethoven 

(1770-1827) 
Allegro, ma non tanto 

Scherzo: Andante scherzoso, quasi allegretto 
Minuetto: Allegretto 
Allegro 

6 Bagatelles, Opus 9 (1913). ....... Anton Webern 

(1883-1945) 

Mediation on an Old Bohemian Chorale. ..... Josef Suk 

"Svaty Vaclave" Opus 35 (1874-1935) 

Concertino (1920). ... ........ .Igor Stravinsky 

(1882-1971) 

INTERMISSION 



II 

Quartet, Opus 41 in F Major. ...... . . .Robert Schumann 

(1810-1856) 
Allegro vivace 

Andante quasi variazione 
Scherzo: Presto 

Allegro molto vivace 



Arnold Steinhardt, violin 
John Dalley, violin 
Michael Tree, viola 

David Soyer, violoncello 



THE 

CURTIS 
INSTITUTE 

OF 

MUSIC 

PHILADELPHIA 



Thirty -eighth Annual Commencement and 
Conferring of Degrees 

Curtis Hall • Philadelphia • Pennsylvania 

Saturday, May fifteenth 

Nineteen hundred and seventy-one 



ORDER OF CEREMONIES 

ORGAN PRELUDE 

Kyrie, S. 671 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(1685-1750) 

GRADUATE PROCESSION 

Rigaudon Andre Campra 

(1660-1744) 

Michael Stairs 

ADDRESS 

Frederick Dorian, Ph.D. 

Professor of Music 
Carnegie-Mellon University 

AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS 

William Carson Bodine, Vice-President 
Rudolf Serkin, Director 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES IN COURSE 

The Vice President 
The Director 

CONFERRING OF POST-GRADUATE CERTIFICATE 

The Vice President 

The Director 

The National Anthem — The Star-Spangled Banner 

GRADUATE RECESSION 
Now thank we all our God" (Cantata 79) . . .Johann Sebastian Bach 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

DIPLOMAS 

Voice 
Patricia H. Stasis 

Piano 
Gary Rea 

Organ 
Michael Stairs 

Violin 

Daniel Heifetz Mi-Young Park 

Mari Tsumura (in absentia) 

Violoncello 
Christopher Finckel Liz Tuma (in absentia) 

Double Bast 
Mark St::phenson Gabriel Joel Vole 

Flute 
Sandra Naomi Miller 

Oboe 
Eugene Chieffo (in absentia) 

Clarinet 
David Shifrin David Singer 

French Horn 
Milton Thomas Phibbs 

Trumpet 
Irvin Whiteman Sanders Larry J. Weeks (in absentia) 



DEGREES IN COURSE 



BACHELOR OF MUSIC 



Piano 
Kiyoko Takeuti 



Organ 
Gordon H. Turk 



Double Bass 
Stephen Edwards 



Tuba 
Tim Parson Bryson 

CERTIFICATE 

Piano 
Patricia Michaelian Cristina Ortez 



Marshal 
Orlando Cole 



Assistant Marshals 
Douglas Buchanan Wesley Parrott 

Owen Carman Peter Wiley 



KUPT PiFR r • SOUS 

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