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A variety of musical breaks from the grind of
final studying exists this week for fatigued
students and instructors.
A free spring student composition recital will
be held tonight at 8 in Kimball Recital Hall.
Original works by Laurie Edwards, Doug
Becker, Mollie Margaret Baldwin, Jean Saiser,
Dan Chan, Mark Partridge, Sarah Boslaugh, Tom
Larson, Noyes Bartholomew and Warren Shaffer
will be performed.
Tuesday night the Madrigal Singers and
Clarinet Choir will give their free spring concert
at 8 in Kimball Recital Hall.
The Lincoln premiere performance of Michael
Praetorius' "Canticum trium puerorum" for
voices, instruments and organ will highlight the
The Clarinet Choir also will play "Four Early
American Spirituals" arranged by Tamiami,
"Fantasia" by Bull-Underwood and "Suite No.
1" by Nelhybel.
Also Tuesday a free concert by the String
Quartet of the University of Brazilia will be held
at 8 p.m. in the Raymond TV Lounge.
The all Brazilian program, provided by the
ambassador of Brazil, will include "String
Quartet No. 1" by Villa Lobos. The piece
illustrates different dances in six movements.
On Thursday the Collegiate Band will give a
free spring pops concert at 7:30 p.m. in the
Sheldon Sculpture Garden.
In case of bad weather, the concert will be
held in Kimball Recital Hall.
The program will include band favorites by
composers such as John P. Sousa, Noel Coward
. . . Live & On Stage
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by Vreeland awards
By Susan Edwards
Exceptional creative abilities in writing, art and music were
recognized Friday at the 16th annual presentation of the Vreeland
Established through a bequest by Francis William Vreeland, a
native Nebraska artist, the awards are administered by the
Arts and Sciences Dean Melvin George told the recipients that
the task of the university was to weld imagination and experience.
This year's winners in art were:
Senior Glen Hild who decided he was "more interested in the
geometric designs than the calculations" after changing his major
from calculus to art.
Graduate student Michael Hershey, of Lancaster, Pa. Hershey,
who is working toward a Masters of Fine Arts degree, is
concentrating on ceramics with a minor in sculpture.
The winners in English are:
Robin Sutton, who is completing Ph.D. work in English. She
currently is working on a book entitled "The History of the
Criticism of Moll Flanders."
Junior Carol Fitzgerald, from Washington, D.C., who is
majoring in English in Teachers College with a minor in journalism.
The winners in music, who also won Vreeland awards last year,
Noyes Bartholomew, a graduate teaching assistant in music
theory, who holds a bachelor of music education degree from NU
with a major in composition and trumpet.
Laurie Edwards, a junior composition major from Lincoln who
also does considerable piano accompanying. Her music was used this
spring in a Studio Theater production.
'Chloe' final movie
of Union film series
The final presentation in the Union Foreign Film Series will be
shown this week. The movie is Chloe in the Afternoon, a 1972
French film directed by Eric Rohmer.
Rohmer also wrote the screenplay for the movie, his final film
in a series of "Six Moral Tales" that also included his critically
acclaimed Claire's Knee.
The film is about the destructive course taken by a seemingly
innocent affair between a quiet businessman (Bernard Verley) and
Showings of Oiloe in the Afternoon will be at 7 and 9:15 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in the Sheldon Gallery
Auditorium. Admission is by series ticket.
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