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ILLINOIS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY S c h o o l of Mu sic

SYMPOSIUM OF CONTg MPORARY MUSIC M U SI C BY .

LOU

HARRISON AND EZRA SI MS ,

CONCERT II

Westbrook Auditorium, March 11, 1977,8:15 p.m.

- Program Sonata (1957)-----------�---��------------------�---Ezra Sims Ruth Krieger, violoncello Abram M. Plum, piano

Chanson d'aventure: Nou sprinke s the sprai (1951�75) -------·---�----------Ezra Sims (Text from Lincolnis Inn Ms, -ca 1300) David Rayl, tenor Louise Wallace, harpsich ord Slow H i c cu ps (1975)---------------------------------Ezra Sims sdnJJ�H MOLS---------------------�------------------sw�S ��z3

Suan Guess-Welcker and David Hir$t, soprano recorder s Sarabande (1937)--------�------------------------Lo. u Harrison Abram M. Plum, piano Jane Ny go o d Plum, dancer Suite (1949)---------------------�----�-------.--lou Harrison Chorale Pastorale Interlude Aria Chorale Michael E, Burkland, violoncello Angela Scott, harp Incidental Music for Corneillels "Cinna" (1955-56) -------------------Lou Harrison Medium Fast Slow Fast Medium Slow Medium: Grand Abram M. Plum, specially tuned tack piano


TwO Songs-------------------------... -----,..-..,.-.,----Lou Harrison Alma Redemptoris Mater (1949) Fragment from "Calamus" (Walt Whitman) (1946) David Notts bass -baritone Dwight Drexler, tack pianQ and piano Darcy Drexler, violin Steve Wilfong, trombone

Fir.$t Concerto for Flute and Percussion (1939)---Lou Harri$on earnest and fresh Slow and poignant Strong and swinging t�heryl Hailey, flute Steve Savage and Shirley Norvell, percussion

Collage XI: The Inexcusable (1972)------------------Ezra Sims (from "Thirty Years later") Musique concrete Bonnie Blanck, Valena Morrison and Jane Nygood Plum, dancers *

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*Guest performer from Illinois State University. Student of Max Schoenfeld. The Symposium of Contemporary Music is sponsored jointly by the IWU Fine Arts Festival and the Frank R. Bohnhorst Memorial Fund.

Symposium of Contemporary Music, 1977  

Presented by the Illinois Wesleyan University School of Music, March 11, 1977. The symposium featured music by Lou Harrison and Ezra Sims, w...

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