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March 17, 1967
The N.C. Essay
NAGRIN TO VISIT
On March 29-30th, New Yorker
Daniel Nagrin will teach ajfj'd give
a lecture-demonstration from 4-5 P.M.
in the auditorium. All students and
faculty are invited to attend. Mr.
Nagrin«s demonstration is entitled
"Dance Portraits;" this is a solo
prog|am. As John Martin of the N.Y.
Times Said, "When Nagrin is dealing
with concretfe.-realities, with live
people in situations, he can reduce
their thinking, their backgrounds,
their terse vocabulary of character
istic movement into exciting art
Mr. Nagrin has been ranked among
the royalty of the dance world by
All 10 PtRFORM
Margaret Tait, student
of Irving Klein, will perform the
Boccherini 'Cello Concerto in B-
flat with the N.C.S.A. orchestra on
March 31st, Dr. Caston conducting.
The present concerto is actually
an arrangement of an older concerto
by Boccherini, with the use of the
Adagio fr9m the cmmposer's 3rd Paris
Concerto as a finer slow movement.
The work is popular among cellists
and audiences as a vituoso piece
from the 18th century. The arrange
ment, the traditional one used,
was made by 19th century cellist
The orchestra will also pre
sent the Mozart ” Eine Kleine
Nachtmusik" for strings, and the
Beethoven Symphony I in C major,
The Mozart Serenade was written
as a wedding present to Haffner's
daughter for her wedding night.
Its congenial, humprous tone is
unbroken, except for the dark and
mysterious middle sectj^on of the
The Beethoven Symphony is a
sparkling showpiece. Though the
work seems quite conservative now,
it was damned in its day for its
revolutionary beginning. Dedicated
to Baron van Swieten, the work
gives good indications of Beethoven's
budfling powers as a symphonist.
Three movements are in Sonata form,
showing Beethoven’s desire to devel
op his material to the fullest.
The Menuet is the baby-brother of
the great Scherzos he was to write.
These students have earned
all A's and B’s in their first
semester grades in the college
division of the school, and have
received recognition on the Dean's
Robert Daniel !
Mary Gwyn Harper
Judith Vander Tuin
Dr, Cone congratulated each
of them on fine work. He said
that he feels^that the Dean's
list, a tradition in many colleges,
is both and incentive and a recog
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Violin and string
Double Bass '
Flute and picc.
Oboe and English
French Horn and
Trombone and Tuba
Federico de Santis