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monday, march 8, 1976
This week's television
and movie highlights.
Balloon Safari. (CBS. 7 p.m.)
If hot air it your thing,
wildlife photographer Alan
Root shoots Africa from a
balloon. ' '
Boston Pops In Hollywood.
(NETV. 7:30 p.m.) Edgar
Rich Man. Poor Man. (ABC.
8 p.m.) A good time to ttart
viewing this continuing
Lola. (ABC. 8 p.m.) Lola Falana
in another variety special.
I ha incredible Machine.
(NETV, 8 p.m.)
A look at
the most complex of living
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Bergen and his puppets Join Fahiily. (ABC. 9 p.m.) A look
Arthur Fiedler and the at a vanishing American
Boston Pops orchestra. - institution, the family
election Coverage. (CBS, ABC,
NBC. 10:30 p.m.) The
Florida primary, it covered.
The Entertainer. (NBC. 8 p.m.)
Jack Lemmon stars as a
struggling for success in this
Time of Your Life. (NETV.
8 p.m.) William Saroyan's
Pulitzer Prize-winning drama
set in a waterfront saloon.
Farewell to Mamanar. (NBC.
8 p.m.) A Japanese
American family is uprooted
during World War II.
Mel Torme in Concert with
Woody Herman. (NETV.
9:30 p.m.) Two all-time
musical giants combine
talents in this special.
' 20 Shades of Pink. (CBS, 8
p.m.) Eli Wallach and" Anne
Battle of tite Bulge. (CBS,
10:30 p.m.) Henry Fonda
and Charles Bronson appear
in the film re-creation of one
of the decisive battles of
World War II.
Nebraska Boys High School
(Channels 7 and 10, classes
A and B at 6:30 p.m.;
Channel 10 only, classes C
and D at noon)
Cable TV. For Bogart groupies.
The African Queen. Others
can groove, to Elvis Presley
in Blue Hawaii and Raquel
Welch in Fathom. Richard
Burton stars in Divorce His,
a role ha should know well.
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Dot-dash-dot becomes music Tuesday
Music inspired by th Morse Code will be played Tues
day at 8 p.m. in Kimball Recital Hall when the Nebraska
Brass Quintet gives a free concert.
Morse code signals make up some of the rhythms in
Quintet for Brass Instruments, written in 1966 by the late
American composer Alvin Etler. One example is the SOS
message heard in the second movement, said Vernon
Forbes, UNL professor of brass instruments and Quintet
Johann Pezel's Three Sonatas, and Two Sonatas, by
Daniel Speer, which will also be played, are examples of
baroque German tower music, Forbes said. During the
17th and 18th centuries, he said, this music was played
from church and civic towers to mark the hours of the
"Nobody had wristwatches back then," he explained.
Also on the program Tuesday are an adaptation of
Bach's Contrapunctus No. 5 from his Art of the Fugue
and four movements from Suite from the Monteregian
Hills by Morley Calvert.
Members of the Nebraska Brass Quintet, besides
Forbes, are Dennis Schneider, professor of brass instru
ments, and Steven Erickson, School of Music graduate as
sistant from Holdrege, trumpets; music instructor David
Kappy, french horn; and William Lindau, music educa
tion senior from Wahoo, tuba.
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Photo courtesy of Janus Films
Sheldon's Foreign Films feature Peau
Dane (Donkey Skin) March 9, 10 and 11
at 7 and 9:15 p.m. A renowned French
fairy tale, the story tells of a king who
loses his beautiful wife and seeks to re
marry someone as beautiful.
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Fruit; Ring Your Bell; Jupiter Hollow.
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