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.COME AND MEET ROY DURNS
The CLINIC will be held
MONDAY, APRIL 21
at 7:30 p.m. in RM 107
HILL HALL (Music Dept.)
on the campus of UNC.
ROY BURNS WILL ALSO BE ON
HAND AT BURGNER MUSIC CO.
THROUGHOUT THE DAY ON APRIL
21 TO TALK ABOUT DRUMS.
DRUMMING, ETC. THERE WILL
ALSO BE SOME FANTASTIC DOOR
PRIZES GIVEN AWAY
AT THE CLINIC. TO BE
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Roy Burns is coming to town . . .and we've got him. Recording artist,
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The Paul Winter Consort came down from Connecticut to dedicate a "Celebration in
Sound" to spring with the help of a small but enthusiastic crowd. Playing music that ran. the
gamut from Bach to Bartok to Gregorian chants to their own improvisations they showed the
influence of folk, rock and jazz music.
The Consort's diverse, distinctive repertoire is marked by its smooth flow, rhythmic
strength, and the harmonious blending of unusual instruments, such as the regal, which
shows the "influence of bagpipe and duck." David Darling's complete knowledge and superb
control of the capabilities of his cello is the hallmark of the group. From electric rock cello to
boogie woogic to special effects, Darling's cello serv ed as the basis for most of the songs.
Winter explained that consort means a conversation which "attempts to achieve a certain
sort of harmony." What followed was a unique dialogue between Robert Chappell and
Tigger Benford on percussive instruments which included "various found objects from
junkyards and public buildings," including a child's toy and a musical saw. Private jokes and
a small duel with drum sticks had the audience enthralled. "
Late in the concert the group began a song dedicated to all endangered animals. With
Winter narrating, the song featured music of many animals which are on the endangered
species list. As Winter said. "They howl to celebrate the joy of being alive." He called on the
audience to join the Consort in Om, or a hum, to try to achieve Oneness with the universe.
The members of the Consort create a mellifluous, personal, yet highly professional sound.
. The greatest weakness in their work is a lack of good vocals. Darlin's unusual falsetto was
good for special effects on some songs, but it grew to be too much, especially when their
Gregorian chant became a blues wail. When the group joined voices it was apparent that they
knew what they wanted to do (which was obviously good), but that they didn't have the v ocal
abilities to carry it off.
Rounding out the group was Ben Carriel on the 'superset,' a collection of many types ol
drums from various countries. He also helped with keyboards. Winter's special brand of
mellow sax floated through the evening, providing a beautiful balance for the cello.
With constant references to the spring evening, the Winter Consort was beautifully in tunc
with the audience and their surroundings. If you missed this concert, then all 1 can say to you
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