Los Angeles Valley College - Crown Yearbook (Valley Glen, CA)

 - Class of 1974

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1 C- Becky Burlo serves a vital service with her violin for the thespians on stage. 3551 Concentrating intently on her music, Betty Laster plays her violin while cast members take center stage. Jay Seiden plays his clarinet during the rendition of "Fugue for Tin Horns. " part is lacking," said Pope. Conversely, a member of a symphony usually has two to ten instrumentalists on the same part, Another difference is created by combining the varied skills of vocalists, dancers, actors, and musicians into one cumbersome package. The pace and timing of the play rests on the musicians' entrances and tempo. "The actors, singers, and dancers are totally dependent on the orchestra so there has to be a complete awareness and alertness on the part of the musicians," said Pope. Because of the limited area alloted to the orchestra, there is great difficulty in the maneuverability of certain instruments. "You have people crawling on top of you to find their places," said Browne. Lack of exposure didn't bother Brown during "Guys and Dolls," but he did agree that it "takes a more advanced player with a professional attitude" to perform in a pit orchestra. Because of the experience gained last year in previous musicals, many problems in organizing the factions of a musical were eliminated in "Guys and Dolls." l Long before the pit orchestra see their original Broadway scores, Pope puts in hours of homework. His preparation includes making mental and written notes on changes in tempo, editing, and changes in cues in the conductor's score. He must watch and work with the actors before the first notes of the score are played by the orchestra. "The more I see the production, the more I am able to convey the mood of the music to the orchestraf' said Pope. "The score gives you the basic notes but it doesn't tell you all that you have to know." These moods that must be conveyed to the orchestra are essential to the overall effect of the play. One section of the play is set inside a Salvation Army Mission, so the music is sometimes very simple and church-like, and other times it is like a Salvation Army Band. The same holds true for the music that accompanies a scene in a second-class night club. "The music sets the mood, and, in certain cases, helps to identify the characters," explained Pope. That identification with nostalgic '40's music provided "Guys and Dolls" with an added audience appeal. "People get more out of a musical because there are more people involved," said Browne. "The audience can have a whole story told to them with music and acting." That whole story was well received this spring with the production of "Guys and Dolls." From a bird's eye view, Ken Pierce performs on the drums with the pit orchestra. ,,.4" -.lg , - . ..H" G'J5 ' Ali- Par?-:Qi- , .Zi -.-, .. 'xdliwf 69



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