December 2, 1966
The N.C. Essay
A great man pajssed away.
A man who lived music and loved
A man who was revered and who will
long be remembered for his outstanding
contributions to music.
This man loved people, especially
the young people, and so he made them a
special school where they could study in
an atmosphere of " enthusiasm, sincerity,
and dedication" and evolve as both attists
This man worked for his school.
He worked for each student.
He encouraged each student.
He loved each student with an
Each owes him a great debt.
Dr. Vittorio Giannini lives through
his music. He lives in every facet of the
North Carolina School of the Arts, but
most importantly he lives within each
young person who has or will have the
opportunity to benefit from the
institution of which he was the father.
Johnny William^ was the winner of
the National Association of Teachers of
Singing Contest in the Advanced High
School Boys' division.
Johnny, a high school senior and a
second year student of Norman Farrow,
sang " Non piu andrai " from "The
Marriage of Figaro ” and "Die Stradt "
A great Christmas gift — person
alized stationary by Globstat Inc. If
interested see Robbie Caplan.
Dance mjor, John Walker, exhibits
another talent as exemplified by his Ch
Christmas display in the showcase near
the cafeteria. The display consists of
wreaths, sprays, center peices, and corsages
which were all made by John. Orders for
these Christmas decorations may be placed
in Box 143 or given to John peEonally. All
orders should be placed immediately.
The reading of Michael Colina's
"Overture for Chamber Orchestra" has been
set for Sunday, December 11, in the Main
Auditorium at 8 p.m. A list of those who
should be present is posted on the Music
Late of the day redleave autumn afternoon:
Cold November sky pierced by green-splashed
Wishing hopes of you, love; long to see you
No day, no kiss, no you -- just cold-wet
, (Student Orchestra from page 1)
Susan Sibley of Charlotte, Marcia Steel,
Bogumil Zacharski, Judith VanderTuin,
Scott Rice, Samuel Kephart, Margaret Tail,
Mark Ward, Daniel Vodnoy, Deborah Davis,
Brucio Stuarti, Fredrick Wise, Mark Morganstern,
Lawrence Glazener, Timorthy Grassel, Sandra
Miller, Mattie Menefee, Marlene Howell, Ransom
Wilson, Randall Ellis, Robert Sorton, John
Wright, Aruro Ciompi, Robert Harvey, Jonathan
Julian, James Robinson, Mark Popkin(faculty)
Lucy Neal, Barbara Hanson, Dan Ashe, James
Bouldin, Vincent Barbee, and John Epperson.
Gary Buchanan, Steve Squiires, Daniel Jones,
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MRS. YOKIBT ASSUMES POST
Mr. Kimzey, high school principal, is
happy to announce the new high school secre
tary, Mrs. Glean Yokley, is here. Last year's
students may know Mrs. Yokley because she
roomed with Scherer James, high school English
teacher at NCSA last year.
Mrs. Yokley is from Mount Airy and worked
with the insurance department of the Wachovia
Bank before coming to the School of the Arts.
THE N. C. ESSAY STAFF
Co ~ editors Sybil Huskey
Reporters: Doug Decatur, Jeanne Jennings,
Advisor: Mrs, Foster Fitz-Simons
Printed by James Christian
This school newspaper is published weekly
at the North Carolina School of the Arts,
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 27107.
A discotheque will be held Friday,
December 16, after the Chorus Concert
in the Cafeteria. The dance will begin
at 11 p.m. and last until 2 a.m.