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PACIFIC COAST

NORWEGIA SINGERS' ASSOCIATION

75th ANNUAL

SAN~ERF DIAMOND JUBILEE

OAKLAND - CALIFORNIA

JUNE 28th - 29th - 30th, 1984

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To all members of the Pacific Coast Norwegian Singers

Association for the 75th Sangerfest

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Thursday, June 28, 1984

International Ballroom

11 :00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m ....... Registratio n

6:00 p.m ....... Flag Ra ising Ceremony

6:30 p.m ....... No Host Cocktail s

7: 30 p.m ....... Dinner

Friday, June 29, 1984

International Ballroom

9: 30 a.m . ...... Grand Chorus rehearsal 11 :00 a.m.- 12:00 Noon ...... No Host Cocktails 12:00 Noo n ...... Singer's and Ladies Luncheons Chabot College, Hayward, CA

Si ngers leave for reh ea rsal at concert hall immediately

following luncheon

8:00 p.m ....... Grand Concert

Buses will leave at 6:00 p.m.

There will be a no host cocktail hour in the

International Ballroom foyer foll owing the concert

Saturday, June 30, 1984

International Ballroom

10:00 a.m ....... Annual Business Meeting

6:30 p.m ....... No Host Cocktails

7:30 p.m ....... Grand Banquet and Ball

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Consul General of Norway

On the occ asi on of The Pacific Coast . orwegian Sin gers' Associ at ion's 75 th Sangerfest in Oak land on June 28. 29 and 30, 1984. I have the honour to extend to you all, on behalf of the No rwe gi an Gove rnment the best wishes for a successful event . I appreciate the importa nce of t he work being done over the years by your Associ atio n. By your activities and through your singing, you are worthy Ambassadors of Norwegian Cul t ure in America, demonstrat i ng your devotion to your Norwegian her itage.

, General of Norway

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01 the Pacific Coast Norwegian Singers' Association SONG AND MUSI arc a i)irt hright whi ch hd vc been entr usted to all nat ions in a gred tcr or l e)~er degn:e . T hat such a birt hright has bee n richly emru )ted to the Norwegian Nation is a well know n fa t. As m u ~i c I vers, composers and performers the Nor wegians have al ways been in the foremost ranks. Singing, and then in partic ular male chorus si nging, hd a very broad p lace in the daily mu sica l life of th e cou ntry . Virtua lly every li ttl e c mmu nity has i singing societies which con tribu te mu ch toward) kee ping the h igh stand­ ard of patriot ism and love. Everybody take p,lrt and the great Sanger­ fests with massed churuses num bering 5000 to 6000 men are rea li t ies. Immortal composers li ke Gr i g, Sin di ng, Sve ndse n, Ole Olsen, Kje rulf and numerou s others have given us ma le chorus compos itions of lasting beauty , c mposi t ions th at righ tfully belong amo ng the finest the wor ld has pro duced in th is form o f music. The Norwegian sons and da ughters who have emigrated to America have brough t wit h them thi s great love for so ng and music, and have contributed h norably to make th is 10u ntry an outstanding musica l nat ion. For over sixty years Norwegian singing socie ties have ex isted on the Pacific Coast, and in 1902, chie fl y thr ugh the efforts of Mr. F. A. Tomte, Port land, Orego n, the Pac ific Coa~t Norwegi an Singers' Associ­ ation was organized in Seattle, Wa hington. The first officers were Joh n Norm an (Everett ), Preside nt ; A. J. Thuland (Seatt le), Secretary ; Dr. O. A. Loe (Seatt le), Treasurer, and Dr. Carl A. Sperat i, Director-in-Chief. The ongina l fou nders of the Pacific Coast Norweg ian Singers Assoc iation are as foll ows: Norwegian Glee Club, Portland, Oregon, organized Nov­ ember 6, 1886; Normanna MJ.le Chorus, Tacoma, Washington , organized Octob r 15, 1888 ; Norwegian M,tie Chorus, Seattle, Washi ngton, organ­ ized December 6, 1889 ; Norde n Sangforeni ng, Ballard , Wa~ hi ngt n. or­ ganized in 190 1; Evere tt NorwegiJn Male Choru , Everetl, Washington, organ ized August 5, 1902; Norwegian Ma le Chorus, Vancouver, Br itish Colu mbia, organ ized September 14, 1927. The firs t Sa ngef'f C't wa held in Everet t, Was h ington, Augus t 1, 2 an 3, 11)03 Since the n Sange rf t have b en held and cp lei1 ra te d in the princ ipal c it i 5 of t hf' Pa< ific Coast . Th e Grand Chorus had a very successful concert tour of Norway in 1981. Reports from Norway show that our music touched the hearts of the people of Norway and the experience touched the heart of every singer. The entire forbund is very proud of this accomplishment. It is our fervent hope that each of you will enjoy this Sangerfest and concert.

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PACIFIC COAST NORWEGIAN SINGERS

ASSOCIATION

ROSTER OF CHORUSES

Oak land, Ca lifornia

DIRECTORS-IN-CHIEF

Normanna Gle e Cl ub

Bellingham, Washington Eugene, Oregon

The Be llingham Male Chorus The Eugene Norsemen

Everett, Washi ngto n

Norwegian Male C horus

Los Angeles, Californi a

Norwegian Male Chorus Norwegian Glee Club

Portland, Oregon San Fra ncisco, California

Norwegian Singi ng Society

Seattle, Washington

Norwegian Male C horus

Tacoma , Was hington

Norwegian Male Chorus

Vancouver, B.C.

Norwegian Male Chorus

Sale m , Oregon

Norwegian Ma le Chorus

Carlo A. Sperati Rudolph Moller George S. Joh nson Monrad Malmin Ge orge S. Johnson August Wern r Henry Ringm an Gunnar J. Malmin Henry Ring man Gunnar J. Mal min Mo nrad Malmin Henry Ri ngman Aug ust Werner Gunnar J. Malmin Aff Kn udsen Ed Amu ndsen

1902- 1916 1916- 1935 1935-1937 1937- 1939 1939- 1940 1940-1946 1946-1950 1950-1952 1952-1953 1953- 1955 1955-1957 1957-1959 1959- 1974 1975-1978 1978-1981 1981- 1984

RECORD OF CONCERTS

Place 1. Everett 2. Seattl e 3. Port la nd 4. Taco ma 5. Astoria 6. Seattle 7. Eureka 8. Everett 9. Spoka ne 10. Sa n Fra ncisco 11. Belling ham 12. Seattle 13. Portla nd 14. Tacoma 15. Grays Harbor 16. Astoria 17. Everett 18. Edison-Bellingham 19. Seattle 20. Portland 21. Tacoma 22. Vancouver 23. San Francisco 24. Astoria 25. Grays Harbor

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Year 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1909 1910 1912 1913 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1931

Place 26. E erett 27. Vancouver 28. Bell ingham 29. Seattle 30. Portland 31 . San Francisco 32 Tacoma 33. Grays Harbor 34. Everett 35. Seattle 36. Tacoma 37. Portla nd 38. Vancouver, B.C. 39. Los Angeles 40. Everett 41 . Oakland 42. Seattle 43. Spokane 44. Tacoma 45. Portland 46. Bel li ngham 47. Los Angeles 48. Vancouver, B.C. 49. Everett 50. Eugene

Year 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1939 1940 1941 1942 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

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66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72.

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Place Year Seattle 1960 1961 San Francisco 1962 Salt Lake City 1963 Taco ma 1964 Portland 1965 Oakland 1966 Bellingham 1967 Eugene Everett 1968 Sa nta Monica- Los Angeles 1969 1970 Seattle 1971 Tacoma 1972 Sa n Francisco 1973 Vancouve r, B.C. 1974 Oak land 1975 Seattle 1976 Eugene 1977 Everett 1978 Oakland 1979 Sale m 1980 Bellingham 1981 Seattle 1982 Tacoma 1983 Eugene 1984 Oakland


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Headquarters: Hilton Inn

1 Hegenberger Road, Oakland, California

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GREETINGSI On behalf of the NORMANNA GLEE CLUB and THE LADIES AUXILIARY of OAKLAND we extend a very warm welcome to this the 75th annual Sangerfest. We are looking forward to a Sangerfest filled with the tiSangerspirit" which we have become so accustomed to, and extend a very special welcome to those of you who are attending for the first time. The Normanna Glee Club is celebrating its 61st anniversary this year, so please have an extra "Skal" or two on our behalf. May your stay in Oakland have man y pleasant memories now and in many years to come. MED SANGERHILSEN

Olav Laxo President, Normanna Glee Club

Rol f Sabye Sangerfest Chajrman

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PACIFIC COAST

NORWEGIAN

SINGERS

ASSOCIATION

Sverre Olav Staurset President

OFFICERS

Ola Bergsholm Vice President

Mark Agerter

Rick Perkins

Kaare Klykken

Secretary

Treasurer

Tru tee California

Arne Sjurdal Trustee

Vancouver, H.C.

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Oscar Thomsen

Harley Olsen

Trustee Oregon

Trustee Washington


Ed Amundsen

Gunnar Malmin

Director in Chief

Alf Knudsen

Director in Chief Emeritus

Assistant Director in Chief

Richard Meyer

Sharon Klykken

Director Oakland

Concert Accompanist

Harvey Mathiesen

AI Nelson

Honorary Grand Marsha"

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NORMANNA GLEE CLUB

NOR MANNA G LE E CLUB of Oakl and, was organized Jun e 12, 1923 with fi ftee n members. Arn e H. Arneson , one of the organizers, became the first director. He he ld the po sitio n fo r 19 years. O ther directors have bee n: Ph ill ip Hi llstrom, Karllnge britsen, Edgar Thorp e , Theodore Gorbacheff, Kaare Kl ykken a nd no w Richard Meyer. The Normanna is fortu nate in having a Ladies Au xiliary that gives wond e rful support and enco uragement to the singers. O akl and has hoste d four Sangerfests, 1950, 1965, 1974, 1978 and now is the pro ud host of the 75th Sa nge rfest. The average membership has been thirty. It makes appe arances at many Bay Area churches and social funct ions.

NORMANNA GLEECLUB

President: Vice President: Secretary: Treasurer:

O lav Laxo Jerry McClu re Roy Wold Dave Jewitt

Richard Meyer Director

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NORMANNA LADIES AUXILIARY

President: Doris Hend ricksen

Vice President: Marge Knudsen

Secretary : Mary Eikeberg

Treasurer: Arlene Jewitt

Bulletin Editor: Greta Kessey

Chairman of Sangerfest: Barbara Soderstrom

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President Herman Botn and the members of the NORWEGIAN CLU B of San Francisco take this opportunity to express our respect and appreciation for the work the Normanna Glee Club of Oakland has done over the years in supporting and encouraging interest in the Norwegian cultural activities of the Bay Area.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE PACIFIC COAST

NORWEGIAN SINGERS ASSOCIATION

ON THEIR DIAMOND JUBILEE SANGERFEST.

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(The oldest ethnic club in San Francisco )

84 years of service to the Norwegian community

"CONGRATULATIONS"

PACIFIC COAST NORWEGIAN SINGERS

ASSOCIATION

ON YOUR 75th SANGERFEST

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CONGRATULATIONS AND OUR BEST WISHES

NORWEGIAN

MALE CHORUS

LOS ANGELES

THE NORWEGIAN MALE CHORUS OF LOS ANGELES was organized Jan. 1, 1920. The first great event sponsored by the Chorus was a IlSongfest" in which Norwegian, Swedish and Danish Choruses in Los Angeles and San Francisco participated under the direction of Axel Philstrom of San Francisco. The Chorus joined the Pacific Coast Norwegian Singers Associa足 tion in 1927. The Chorus has hosted three Sangerfests: 1948, 1956 and 1969.

NORWEGIAN GLEE CLUB

PORTLAND

THE NORWEGIAN GLE E CLUB of Portland marks its 85th Anniversary this year. No other group of its kind can equal this length o f service to a community. Many noted musical personalities have been directly or indirectl y connected with the endeavor. Something new was added in 1965 and we believe it is a great addition to the Norwegian music possibilities in the City of Roses. The Nordic Choraliers organized only a few months ago. The ladies have assisted in several major programs under the direction of Robert McCoy. They have come a long way in a short time.

MED SANGERHllSEN

Bellman Male Chorus,

Vancouver, B.C.

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LUGN VILAR SJ0N: Now rests the sea among the mountains and fjords. ASTRI MI ASTRI : A Norwegian folk song. A man sings of his former sweetheart and how well he remembers her.

AKJ0RE VATTEN-A KJ0RE VED: An old Norwegian folk song about hauling wood and water from the mountain. BRUDERFERDEN I HARDANGER: Bridal procession on the Hardanger fjord with the church bell ringing in the background. BARNDOMSMINNE: This is the national anthem of northern Norway. When the people are away they dream of th e northern lights, beautiful fjords, and the midnight sun. NOR(2)NNA FOLKET-KONGE-KVADET : Two royal brothers rule the country. One a restless warrior, the other a peace loving man . The song depicts the glories of the Crusades. The ending is the praise to both brothers. I MIDNATTSOLEN: In the midnight sun. O LAV TRYGVASON: In a battle with the Danes, King Olav Trygvason of Norway lost his life. EN GLAD TRA LL: A happy ditty about three maidens strolling down a country lane. SOMARKVELD VED FJORDEN: Sunset by the fjord and seagulls soaring over the water. LANDKJENNING: landsighting: One of the mightiest of male chorus songs tells the story of King Olav's dramatic return to his native Norway.

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1. Now Let Every Tongue Adore Th ee 2. Lugh Vii r Sjan 3. Twq Norwegian Foil< Songs A Kj¢re Vatten, A Kj¢re Ved Astri d, Mi Astrid 4. Edelweiss 5. The Lost Chord

J. S. Bach H. pfeil arr. R. Moller arr. F. Wick arr. K. Kl ykken Arthur Sullivan

ED AMUNDSEN

DIRECTOR IN CHIEF

6. Chorus of The Hebrew Sl aves (N ABUCO ) (With the San Francisco Boys Chorus )

Selections by The San Francisco Boys Chorus

1. Consider Your Self At Home (OLIVER) 2. Sheep May Safel y Graze 3. Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho 4. Simpl e Gifts 5. Battle Hymn of The Republic RICHARD MEYER

G. Verdi

L. Bart J. S. Bach arr. E. Bacon Shaker Hymn Steele

DIRECTOR

INTERMISSION

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9. Norr{Z}nafolket 10. Ko nge-Kvad et

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A. Wold

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DIRECTOR EMERITUS

O lav Trygvasson En Glad Trail Somarkveld ved Fjorden Landkjen ning ED AMUNDSEN DIRECTOR IN CHIEF

RI CHARD MEYER SOLOIST

F. A. Reissiger

Karling

Henrik Lyssand

E. Greig

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GOOD LUCK ON THE

75th SANGERFEST

BELLINGHAM'S

NORSKE

MANNSKOR

BELLINGHAM

MALE CHORUS

THE BELLINGHAM MALE CHORUS was organized in the spring of 1916 as the Norronna Singing Society with Selim Lindborg as the first director. It was decided to extend an invitation to the Pacific Coast Norwegian Singers Association to hold the 11th annual Sangerfest in Bellingham, and it was accepted. Since then it has held Sanger足 fests in 1923, 1935, 1955, 1966 and

1980. Of the original members Emil Olsen is still active. Barbara Robertson Director

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GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES

FOR A SUCCESSFUL

75th SANGERFEST

NORWEGIAN MALE CHORUS OF SEATTLE Bjarne Harestad

Alf Knudsen

Harry Solheim

President

Di rector

Secretary

NORWEGIAN

MALE CHORUS

OF SEATTLE

THE NORWEGIAN MALE CHOR US of Seattle was originally organized on Dec. 6, 1889, six months after the founding of the City of Seattle and three weeks after the State of Washington was admitted to the Union. It is the oldest acappella chorus in Seattle. This Chorus has been the host of 11 Sangerfests and 4 Directors in chief. It is a very active Chorus with 85 singers. Alf Knudsen Director

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NORMANNA MALE CHORUS OF TACOMA

OOKING AHEAD TO 'SS-OUR 100th YEAR

Harold Beck

Dr. John Malmin

Harley Olsen

President

Director

Secretary

NORMANNA

MALE CHORUS

TACOMA

TH E NORMANNA MALE CHORUS of Tacoma had it's origin when eight Norwegians from Parkland, Washington, got together in October of 1888 and formed what was then known as ((Den Norske Sangforening". Later, as the group grew in membership and moved to Normanna Hall in Tacoma, the name was changed to /I Normanna Male Chorus of Tacoma", and was incorporated under that name in 1922. JON MALMIN

DIRECTOR

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THE EUG ENE NORSEM EN was organized in Eugene, Oregon in the fall of 1951. By 1954 we had a Chorus of 17 men that me t regu larly. We beca me members of th e Pacifi c Coast No rwe gian Singers Association in 1958. It was our pleasure to host th e 50th Sangerfest in 1959. Since then we have hosted Sa ngerfests in 1967, 1976 and 1983. EDWARD AMUNDSEN DIRECTOR

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Best Wishes for a Successful Sangerfest

Oakland, 1984

President Gordon Rye Vice President: Helmer Melland Secretary: Richard Dale Treasurer: Finn Hedin Director: Michael Dale Accompanist: Julie Swenson

Velkommen

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Everett

Sangerfest

1985

NORWEGIAN MALE CHORUS OF

EVERElT THE EVERETT MALE CHORUS was organized August 5, 1902 in Quam and Clause n's Store. We are one of the first Chorus's to form the Pacific Coast Norwegian Singers Association. We have hoste d the Sangerfests in 1903, 1912, 1922, 1933, 1942, 1949, 1958, 1968, 1977 and will host the 1985 Sangerfest.

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DIR ECTOR

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The Thorsmen

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THE THORSMEN

The Salem Chorus is t he newest chorus to belong to th e Pacific Coast Norwegia n Si ngers Association. Founded in 1976 they have be en very active in their co mm unity and hosted the San ge rfest in 1979.

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NORWEGIAN SINGERS SAN FRANCISCO THE NORWEGIAN SINGING SOCI ETY of San Francisco was organized September 30, 1903, with 20 singe rs. We joined the Pacific Coast group May 6, 1904. The first president was Kla us Olsen. San Francisco was host to the Pacific Coast Sangerfest in 191 5, 1928, 1939} 1961, 1972

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IN GRATEFUL

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For all our Brother Singers who have passed from our midst, we pause a moment to pay homage to their memory. Their short sojourn among us has made life brighter and happier for many and for this we are tha nkful. Their voices are now stilled and we no more have their cheerful songs and laughter with us. We, who remain, can do nothing more fitting and proper to forever perpetuate their memory, than to erect an everlasting monu足 ment in the land of song.

PH. (707) 994-2769 P.O. BOX 102 LOWER LAKE, CA 95457

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in preparing for this Sangerfest

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