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Second Concert of the 14th Season

Annual Youth Concert

Sunday, February 22nd, 1953
Central High School Auditorium
Samuel L. Flueckiger, Conductor
Vernon H. Stinebaugh, Associate Conductor

  A Mighty Fortress is our God arr. Lucien Cailliet  
 

A tribute to the deeply spiritual qualities of our first president.

 
       
  Overture to Le Cheval de Bronze ("The Bronze Horse") Daniel Auber  
 

The charm and gaiety of the French style is prominent here.

 
       
  Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67 Ludwig van Beethoven  
 

I. Allegro con brio

 
 

Generally known as the Fate Symphony, the rhythm of the principal motif became associated during the last war with "V for Victory" because of the similarity of the three dots and dash of the Morse Code.

 
       
  The Blacksmiths Edmund Severn  
  Youthful Violin Ensemble
Vernon H. Stinebaugh, director
 
 

These young people are studying violin at the College with Mr. Stinebaugh. They range from the fourth through the tenth grade in the nearby schools. They are: Anita Bollinger, Chester; Martha Bird, Wabash; Margaret Ann Gable, Geraldine Harris, Central; Donald Hardman, Urbana; Laverne McFarland, Thomas Marshall, John Barr, Central; Gail Dunbar, Warsaw; Jean Trestrail, North Webster; Judy Kreimes, Warsaw; Judy Gottmann, Beverly Shull, Sandy Sayers, Thomas Marshall; Hoyt Mohr, Wabash. Piano, Cynthia Findley, Central.

 
       
  Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life Victor Herbert  
  "One Kiss" from The New Moon Sigmund Romberg  
  Shirley Wygant, soprano
Mrs. Rosada Stewart, accompanist
 
       
  Three Kings Walter M. Smith  
  Chester Cornet Trio
Tom Coon, Wendell Meyer, Mike Leckrone
Harold Leckrone, accompanist
 
 

Miss Wygant from Bippus and the Chester Cornet Trio were the winners of the annual Kiwanis Talent Contest held in November. The Civic Symphony Society is happy to recognize the achievement of these young people and to salute the local Kiwanis Club for the interest in music which the Talent Contest has developed in this area.

 
       
  The Clock, Tone Poem Robert R. Conkling  
       
  Folk Fantasy, based on "Down in the Valley" and "Skip to My Lou" arr. Ernest E. Harris  
       
  Invitation, Theme from the Moving Picture Bronislaw Kaper
(arr. Isaac)
 
       
  Malagueña Ernesto Lecuona
(arr. Jenkins)
 
       
 

Manchester Symphony Orchestra Personnel

 
  Violin
Vernon Stinebaugh, Concertmaster
Virginia Coats
Ronald Walton +
Margaret Brooks +
Rosemary Manifold
Dorothy Baer
Louis Durflinger
Sue Weaver +
Phyllis Gibbel +
Jean Hamman +
Mary Weick +
Kathryn Bird
Martha Bird
Donald Hardman
Eileen Bolinger +

Viola
Lloyd Hoff *
Margie Culkosky +
Verna Trestrail

Cello
Priscilla Kester *+
Theresa Clingenpeel +
Albert Trestrail
Helen Wales +

Bass
Waneta Showalter *
Corlyle Drake

Piccolo
Doris Mock +

Flute
Lowell Coats * +
Nina Flueckiger
Doris Mock +

Oboe
Shirley Detrick *+
Glenn Showalter +
Clarinet
Worth George *+
Lloyd Johnston +
Myra Mow
Rosemary Bolinger

Bass Clarinet
Myra Mow

Bassoon
Hugo Fox
Charlotte Shellhaas * +

Horn
Bernard Butt *+
Donald Huffman +
Robert Smith
Jean Noffsinger +

Trumpet
Tom Mow * +
Donna Dawald +
Jan Melvin

Trombone
Gerald Miller *
George Steele +
Meredith Souers +

Tuba
James Turner

Timpani
Cynthia Findley.

Percussion
Richard Paul +
Beverly Beeghley +
Ann Norman +
Ronald DeRhodes +

Piano
Cynthia Findley

* Denotes principal
+ Denotes MC student
       
 
The final concert of the Fourteenth Season will be given Friday, May 1st, at 8:00 P.M. in the College Auditorium. The soloist will be the internationally famous pianist, composer and conductor, Percy Grainger, who will play the Grieg Concerto for Piano and Orchestra. The Orchestra has been signally honored to present this concert as part of the dedication ceremonies for the Otho Winger Memorial Building and the annual May Day Festivities at Manchester College.