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PACIFIC COAST

NORWEGIAN SINGERS ASSOCIATION

64th ANNUAL SANGERFEST

JUNE 28, 29 & 30, 1973

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SONS OF NORWAY - District No.7 All nineteen Sons of Norway Lodges in British Columbia send their greetings and good wishes to the Norwegian Singers. May you have a very enjoyable visit in our beautiful Province.

Sleipner Lodge No.8 Varden Lodge No. 19 Nordlvs Lodge No. 20 Vinland Lodge No. 28 Eidsvold Lodge No. 53 North Star Lodge No. 63 Rondane Lodge No. 71 Nordic Lodge No. 76 Dawson Creek Lodge No. 79 Viking Lodge No. 81 Scandia Lodge No. 84 Kon-Tiki Lodge No. 85 Nor/and Lodge No. 88 Leif Erikson Lodge No. 93 Odin Lodge No. 95 Powell River Lodge No. 98 Dovre Lodge No. 99 Freva Lodge No. 100 Saga Lodge No. 104 President:

Vancouver New Westminster Port Alberni Prince Rupert Victor:a Nanaimo Prince George Castlegar Dawson Creek Surrey Campbell River Duncan Fort St. John Kamloops Squamish Powell River Penticton Chilliwack Langlev

DISTRICT OFFICERS Sports Director: Bjorn Grendel North Vancouver

Ralph Hagen Prince George

Past President: Tormod Rekdal Vancouver

Gen. Director:

Hans Engen Pen tic ton

Vice- President- Jack Lysne Youth Director: Victoria

Gen. Director:

Einar Floe Surrey

Gen. Director:

Myrna Engh White Rock

Social Director:

Ruby Jorde

Victoria

Sec- Treasurer: Anfin Haaheim Burnaby


Best Wishes to

Singers and your wives.

May you have

a happy and musical

SANGERFEST

Swedish Charitable Association 1320 E. Hastings St. Vancouver, B.C.


Brief Historical Sketch of the Pacific Coast Norwegian Singers' Association

SONG AND MUSIC are a birthright which have been entrusted to all nations in a greater or lesser degree. That such a birthright has been richly entrusted to the Norwegian Nation is a well known fact. As music lovers, composers and performers the Norwegians have always been in the foremost ranks. Singing, and then in particular male chorus singing, has a very broad place in the dailv musical life of the country. Virtually every little community has its singing societies which contribute much towards keeping the high stand­ ard of patriotism and love. Everybody takes part and the great Sanger­ fests with massed choruses numbering 5000 to 6000 men are realities. Immortal composers like Grieg, Sinding, Svendsen, Ole Olsen, Kjerulf and numerous others have given us male chorus compositions of lasting beauty, compositions that rightfully belong among the finest the world has produced in this form of music. The Norwegian s~ns and daughters who have emigrated to America have brought with them this great love for song and music, and have contributed honorably to make this <tDuntry an outstanding musical nation. For over sixty years Norwegian singing societies have existed on the Pacific Coast, and in 1902, chiefly through the efforts of Mr. F. A. Tomte, Portland, Oregon, the Pacific Coast Norwegian Singers' Associ­ ation was organized in Seattle, Washington. The first officers were John Norman (Everett), President; A. J. Thuland (Seattle), Secretary; Dr. O. A. Loe (Seattle), Treasurer, and Dr. Carlo A. Sperati, Director-in-Chief. The origi nal founders of the Pacific Coast Norwegian Singers Association are as follows : Norwegian Glee Club, Portland, Oregon, organized Nov­ ember 6, 1886; Normanna Male Chorus, Tacoma, Washington, organized October 15, 1888; Norwegian Male Chorus, Seattle, Washington, organ­ ized December 6, 1889; Norden Sangforening, Ballard, Washington, or­ ganized in 1901; Everett Norwegian Male Chorus, Everett, Washington, organized August 5, 1902; Norwegian Male Chorus, Vancouver, British Columbia, organized September 14, 1927. The first Sangerfest was held in Everett, Washington, August 1, 2 and 3, 1903. Since then Sangerfests have been held and celebrated in the principal cities of the Pacific Coast. The present Sangerfest in Vancouver is the 64th in the history of the Pacific Coast Norwegian Singers' Association and the first in Van­ couver since 1957.


GREETINGS To

The PACIFIC COAST NORWEGIAN SINGERS

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GREETINGS FROM THE PREMIER OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

Than k you for your letter of Ma y 3rd very kindly inviting me to your Sixty-fourth Annual Sangerfest, in Vancouver, the last three days in June. I apprecia te this hon our very mu ch, but regrettably I will be out of the Provin ce at that time, so will not be able to attend. May I take this opportunity to wish you all a very successful gathering. Yours very truly, David Barrett Premier

GREETINGS FROM THE MAYOR OF VANCOUVER

Arthur Phillips


KARL DAHL, President

KAARE E. REIERST AD, President

Bellingham Male Chorus Bellingham, Washington

Norwegian Male Chorus

Vancouver, B.C.

Welcome Brother Singers and Friends On this great occasion, the 64th Sangerfest of the Pacific Coast Norwegian Singers' Association, may we, on behalf of the Bellingham Male Chorus and the Norwegian Male Chorus of Vancouver, B.C., extend our heartiest welcome to you all. We sincerely hope your visit will be a very happy one, and that our Sangerfest will be the "best ever," both musically and festively. Those of you who were here in 1957 will no doubt find many changes, but be assured that the friendly, relaxed atmosphere has not changed. We are very proud of our Province and our City, it is beautiful even when it rains, which we hope it won't during our Sangerfest. In order to present this event, all of our committees have worked very hard. What should have taken a year, has been accomplished in just four months, with the help of our Swedish friends, the Bellingham Male Chorus and their supporters. If everything is not perfect, please forgive us. Have a good and "Happy" Sangerfest, take home many pleasant memories, and please, do come back and see us soon. "En ig og tro ti I Dovre faller." Syng deg sam men, Sanger skare, i et enig Tonevell! Innen spredt i atterfare, vii vi smelte Skjel i Skjel. Derfor til var Tonefest, Sangerflokk, vel mott som best! E. Grieg


ROYAL NORWEGIAN CONSULATE GENERAL 837 West Hastings Street Vancouver, British Columbia

Thank you so much for your kind invitation to the Sangerfest and to the Grand Concert in Vancouver this year. It will be a great honour and pleasure for me to be present at the Sangerfest. I take the opportunity to express my gratitude and indebtedness to you for your outstanding efforts in making the Norwegian compositions, songs and choral works as well as Norwegian folk music - of such great age and variety - known in Canada. Yours very truly, Knut Myre Consul General

PRESIDENT'S GREETINGS

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It is with great pride, humbleness and just pure joy that I welcome you to the 64th Annual Sangerfest of the Pacific Coast Norwegian Singers' Association. May we be inspired to never falter, to carry forward the ideas sent by the originators of our wonderful brotherhood and to always look for足 ward immediateiy to the next Sangerfest on com足 pletion of one. Our heritage is outstanding. Long may it live and prosper. Carl Vistaunet President, Pacific Coast Norwegian Singers' Assoc.


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Harvey Mathiesen, Grand Marshal

Olav Boen, Treasurer

Seattle

Seattle

Emil S. Olsen, Corresponding Secretary

Ronald Olsen, Recording Secretary

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Seattle


SINGERS ASSOCIATION OFFICERS

Karl Dahl, ht Vice-President Bellingham

AI Nelson, 2nd Vice-President

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Norman Clifton, 4th Vice-President Portland

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Emil Olsen, 6th Vice-President

Oakland

Vancouver


WELCOME SINGERS AND FRIENDS SPECIAL GREETINGS FROM:

Kae and Nils Nilsson - Langley

Frank Chamberlain - Vancouver

A.H . Trondsen - Vancouver Ted and Olea Jevne - Vancouver Anton and Aase Haugen - Delta Frances and Ingvar Engvik - Surrey Borghild and Leif Dahlo - Surrey J. Mitchell - Surrey Ray and Marg Sword - Surrey Alfred Novik - Vancouver Tormod and Gina Rekdal - Vancouver Erik and Svea Forssell- Coquitlam Hans Uglene - Vancouver Mr. and Mrs. William Dale - Burnaby Viking Sausage (1971) Ltd. - North Vancouver Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Welke - Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Stan Sorensen - North Vancouver Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Grasseth - Ladner Mr. and Mrs. Asbjorn Bartholsen - North Vancouver Donations: Mr. and Mrs. Egil Lorentzen Lornex Mining, Vancouver Overseas Shipping Co., San Francisco B.C. Packers Ltd. and Nelson Bros. Fisheries Ltd., Vancouver A. Henry Trondsen, Vancouver Emil and Arne Olsen, Burnaby Gunnar Warolin Norrona Publishing Co. Vancouver Real Estate Board

On behalf of the Norwegian Male Chorus of Vancouver, and the Ladies ' Auxiliary, may we extend our sincere thanks to all our many friends of the Scandin足 avian colony, business firms of B.C. and U.S.A. and participating choruses who helped to make this 64th Sangerfest.


CHORUS DIRECTORS

E! ias Breidford

A rno ld Lunnum

Aimar MoHar

Be l l ingham

Everett

Los An gel es

Kaa re Kl y kken

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Dan Ryan

Bunnie Teather

Portland

San Francisco

Vancouver


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Gunnar Malmin

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Back row, left to right: Mis~ Eva Bousfield, Mrs. Renee Dale- Secretary, Mrs. Thelma Downton, Mrs. Helen Stromme, Mrs. Anne路May Sjurdahl, Mrs. Anita Sjoblom, Mrs. Marie Norberg. Front row: Mrs. Lila Skogly, Mrs. Marie Orseth, Mrs. Freda Teather-Chairman, Mrs. Ethel Hazell, Mrs. Dorothy Reierstad, Mrs. Helen Seaholm-Vice-President. Missing from picture: Mrs. Jocelyn Norman - Treasurer, Mrs. Ingrid Johnson, Mrs. Ingrid Burkman, Mrs. Ann Almerling,. Mrs. Gertrude Holmes, Mrs. Inga Hansen , Mrs. Helen Strom, Mrs. Maureen Reierstad, Mrs. Margaret Bakstad, Mrs. Lynne Bartholsen, Mrs. Dorothy Dahl.

COMMITTEES FOR 64th SANGERFEST EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

HOTEL & TRANSPORTATION

Kaare E. Reierstad, President, Vancouver Carl Vistaunet, Past President, Vanc.

Karl Dahl. President, Bellingham

Emil S. Olsen, Corresponding Secretary, Bell .

Carl Eriokson, Recording Secretary, Vanc. Ernie Almeriing, Vanc.

Kaare E. Reierstad, Vanc.

FINANCE

Bill Dale, Chairman, Vanc.

Dr. Gunnar Hellberg, Bell.

T or Bar th, Vanc. RECEPTION, HOSPITAUTY & REGISTRATION COMMITTEE Bert Hazell, Vanc.

Inger Hansen, Vanc. Dorothy Dahl, Bell. Margaret Bakstad, Vanc. Helen Seaholm, Vanc. Lynne Bartholsen, Vane. Freda Teather, Vanc.

Rene Dahl, Vane. Dorothy Reierstad, Vane.

A. Henry Trondsen, Vanc. Gustav Bakstad, Vanc. Diek Skogly, Vane.

DECORATION & STAGE Gustav Bakstad, Vane.

Idar Uhlving, Vane.

Freda Teather, Vane.

Rene Dale, Vane.

SOUVENIR PROGRAM & ADVERTISING

PROGRAM & ENTERTAINMENT

Asbjorn Bartholsen, Chairman, Vane. Emil S. Olsen, Bell. John Eastman, Vane. Einar Floe, Vane. Kaare E. Reierstad, Vane.

Kaare E. Reierstad, Vanc. Gustav Bakstad, Vane. George Callaghan, Vane. Bill Dale, Vane. Inger Hansen , Vane. Sven Seaholm, Vane.


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First row, "left to right: Arne Sjurdahl, Kaare Reierstad-President, George Callagham, Fred A. Teather-Director, Marian Rinta-Accompanist, Emil A. Olsen, Algot Swanson, Idar Uhlving. Middle row: Gustav Bakstad, A. Henry Trondsen, Ernie Almerling, Olaf Orseth , Sven Seaholm, Bill Dale, Carl Vistaunet. Back row : Edwin Norman, john Konstad, Paul johansen , Soren Sjoblom, Asbjorn Bartholsen, Carl Erickson , Bert Hazell, Hartvig (Dick) Skogly. Missing from picture: john Eastman, Hans Nathanielsen , john Strom, Oswald Granbeck, Hoftar Hagerup, Steinar Steinhamar, Torleif Holand, Einar Floe, Ted Ingemorsen.

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SANGERFESTSCHEDULE

Thursday, June 28 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m . 11 :00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 6 :00 p. m. 6 :15 p.m. - 7 :00 p.m. 7:00 p. m. 9:00 p.m. -1 :00 a.m.

Pacific Foyer Registration Coffee ava ilable in Board Room Bar open in Board Room - No host Flag Ceremony & Official Opening of Sangerfest by Norwegian Consul General Knut Myre Reception "Skaal Time"- No host Pacific Ballroom Pacific Ballroom Dinner - Entertainment Dancing

Friday, June 29 10:00 a.m. - Noon 11:15a.m. 12:00 Noon 12:15p.m. 2:00 2:45 3 :00 8:00

p.m. p. m. p.m. p. m.

Rehearsal Pacific Ballroom Ladies' Bus Tour (Bus leaves 11 :30 a.m. sharp) Ladies' Luncheon - Canyon Gardens Restaurant Singers board busses for Men's Luncheon at Swedana Smorgasbord on Kingsway Singers return t01Hotei Vancouver Ladies return to Hotel Vancouver Dress rehearsal Grand Concert Pacific Ballroom

Saturday, June 30 10:00 a.m. 11 :00 a.m. 6:15p.m. 7:30 p.m . 9 :00 p.m. -1 :00 a. m.

Vancouver Island Room Singers' Business Meeting Coffee available First Aid Bar - " Nurses" in attendanceVancouver Island Room Reception - No host "Skaal Hour" B.C. Ballroom Grand Banquet and Ball B.C. Ballroom Dancing


PROGRAM NOTES

Now Let Every Tongue Adore Thee From the Cantata "Sleepers Awake." Midnattsolen A tribute to the Midnight Sun (a sight that must be seen to realize its beauty) - Man is thanking the Lord for the light. Klara Stjerna (Ser enad) A song to the shining star that glimmers in the heavens. The Lost Chord Written almost a hundred years ago, this piece of music is probably the most widely sung male chorus number in the world. Stridsbonn A Prayer - You, who has the world as your kingdom, hear the prayer that seeks thee. Vackra Sky A song about a lovely cloud, forever moving in the blue sky; where are you going, I ask, where are you going to find peace? Hjartats Saga The composer is telling us that every forest has its well, every meadow its flowers, and every heart its memories; yet the well dries out, the flowers wither, but the passage of time cannot destroy heart's memories. Naar Fjordene Blaaner This is probably the most popular song with Norwegian singers in the home~and as well as on the North American continent. The composer, Alfred Paulsen, was very active in Norwegian singing circles in Chicago a generation ago. The song reaches a solemn climax in the prayer, "God bless thee, dear Norway, my beloved land ." Hjemover fra Langreis Homeward bound from a long journey - a song of the sea. Norronakvad (Norronafolket) This is from the sagas time of the Vikings. Two brothers share the "throne," one is a restless warrior, the other, a wise, peace-loving ruler. The song pictures the glories of the Crusades, - "The Norse people will travel, they wj:jl bring strength to others." Kongekvadet This song, 1mmediately following the familiar Triumphal March, praises the royal brothers, who have now reconciled. Landkjenning (Land sighting) This is one of the most popular male chorus songs in the world. Because of intrigue and dissension, Olaf Trygvason, as a prince was forced to flee the country with his mother. The dramatic return to his native Norway is told in this song.

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GRAND CONCERT

Pacific Ballroom, Hotel Vancouver. Friday, June 29, 1973 - 8:00 p.m.

Now Let Every Tongue Adore Thee I Midnattsolen. . . . . . . . . Shenandoah - Song of Canadian Voyageurs Serenad (Klara Stjerna) . . . . . . . . The Lost Chord . . . . . . . . . . . August Werner, Director-in-Chief

Olive Svendsen, Accompanist

J.S. Bach

A. Wold

Arr: A. Werner

H. Wetter ling

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Let Etter Livet og Lev Det . . . (Search for Life and Live It) Killingdans (Kid Dance) . Nu Brister i Aile de Klofter. . . Folkevise (A Folksong) . . . . Clara Sandvig, Soprano Beverly Hamway, Accompanist

Sinding E. Grieg . Alnas Grondahl

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Stridsbon. . . . . . . . . . O. Lindblad

Vackra Sky C.A. Brolen

Dear Land of Home (from Finlandia) J. Sibelius

Hjartats Saga . . . . . . . . . W. Aastrom

Naar Fjordene Blaaner. . . . . . A. Paulsen

Gunnar J. Malmin, Assistant Director-in-Chief

Olive Svendsen, Accompanist

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God's Lark at Morning . Think on Me . . . . . Last Night He Brought Me De Puis Ie Jour "Louise".

. . . . . . Red Roses . . . . Clara Sandvig, Soprano Beverly Hamway, Accompanist

Horth Scott Marx Charpentier

V Leo Aquino, Canadian Concert Accordionist Program to be announced

VI Let There Be Music Hymn to America Hjemover fra Langreis ..... . Norronakvad . . . . . . Gunnar Hellberg, Tenor Kongekvadet Gunnar Hellberg, Tenor Land kjenn ing Gunnar Hellberg, Tenor

F. Williams K. Wendel borg E. Grieg E. Grieg E. Grieg


PACIFIC COAST NORWEGIAN SINGERS ASSOCIATION

ROSTER OF CHORUSES Vancouver, B.C.

DIRECTORS-IN-CHIEF

Norwegian Male Chorus

Carlo A. Sperati Rudolph Moller George S. Johnson Monrad Malmin George S. Johnson August Werner Henry Ringman Gunnar J. Malmin Henry Ringman Gunnar J. Malmin Monrad Malmin Henry Ringman August Werner

Bellingham, Washington The Bellingham Male Chorus Everett, Washington

Norwegian Male Chorus

Seattle, Washington

Norwegian Male Chorus

Tacoma, Washington

Norwegian Male Chorus

Portland, Oregon

Norwegian Glee Club

Eugene, Oregon

The Eugene Norsemen

San Francisco, California Oakland, California Los Angeles, California

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Our 85th Anniversary Year

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ONE CALL RESERVES ALL-A irlines • Steamships. Trains. Hotels. Tours. Charters • Cruises


Come in and compare prices

GUNNAR'S Scandinavian Foods 633 Front Street

Scandi navian and European cheeses and imported fine foods.

New Westminster

Scandinavian Cookware, Lefse grills, waffle irons, kramkake irons. Also a good selection of clogs and gifts.

521-1343

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Specialists in FRENCH BREAD RYE BREAD CRUSTY

ROLLS

Where Bread is

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Not Manufactured

R. (Bob) TASCONA

SALES MANAGER

aaKeRY 1350 Main St. E. North Vancouver-985-6166

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MIDDLEGATE SHOPPING CENTRE 7155 KINGSWAY, BURNABY 1, 8 .C.

KOLBJORN (KEN) NORDLIE MANAGER

Bus. 524路2585 Res. 434路3984

Compliments of

AND CO.. LTD.

2437 GRANVILLE ST . VANCOUVER 9 . B.C . TELEPHONE : 733路3833

Established 1907


Cordial Singers' Greetings for a

most successful SANGER FEST from

Norwegian Male Chorus of Los Angeles and Ladies' Auxiliary Aimar Moller Director Harold Heynen Edwin Lindgren President Secretary

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