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1) R A M A A X !) M U S I C 121 A CAPPELLA CHOIR It is with great pleasure that the A Cappella Choir has this semester made a bow before the public in presenting a delightful evening program in our own Recital Hall, during the month of May. Much preparation in study of suitable concert music and publicity and advertising of various sorts, has kept the club fired with enthusiasm and made the sixty-four members proud of the organization in its accomp- lishment. The opportunity to sing in a group such as this does not conic to every person, and these members realize the thrill of real harmony, the sense of blending their own personality and voices with others, and the feeling of we!l-heing when beautiful interpretations, combined with good diction, and clock-work attacks and releases make towards artistic presen- tation. Great plans are being made to continue the popularity of this club, and appearances outside of school are considered splendid publicity for Manual, and advance the popularity of this group. The club officers are John Wilson, president; Dave Rickman, vice- president; Maxine Mickelson, secretary-treasurer; Mary Houston and Sammy Armijo, librarians; and .Miss Mottern, adviser and director. " MANUAL F( UR " From fame to riches! Who knows? Who can forecast the far-flung influence this group of fellows may have on each other, on the future years, and their future successes? It is one of the happiest hours oi the day which is spent in preparing numbers for the many public appear- ances which they have scheduled for this year. A former member of the Manual Four has gone on with quartette work and has made many an audience feel happy or sad. as be has sung from various cities ia the est on a number of Orpheum and Lyceum Circuits. lie graciously attributes his start in professional life to his Manual experiences, and the same may at sometime be said many times over of the present members ol the " Four. " Manx ' audiences are being entertained by this jovial quartette, which works three clays a week extra time, for their mutual enjoyment and the pleasure they can give to the numerous audiences that they have en- tertained. There certainly is the thrill of accomplishment in reproducing music, interpreting it well, and knowing that their work is well done. The members are Arthur Michel, first tenor; Gordon Little, second tenor; John Silver, first bass; and iarth Jensen, second bass ; Miss Eliza- beth Mottern is the director and accompanist.
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IJ T H E A KTISAN S ' 36 A Cappella Choik Manual Four Girls ' Lyric Club
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122 THE A R T I S A N S ' 36 THE Y CAL CLUB The Vocal Club by its own choice has taken for an objective, this term, the production of a comic opera, " The Boojam of Bagore. " The principal parts art being taken by some of the members who are students in the voice class, several choruses are being learned by the entire club, and dramatic action, in both the speaking and singing parts, is being worked out by the leads. This was presented before another club, at the end of the term, and was full of spicy comedy, lovely melody, and was enjoyed by all who heard it. The cast has found it much fun to do a comic opera, and the chor- us and the remainder of the club was the audience and critics. The leading parts were taken by Margaret Woodward, Carolyn Breck- enridge, Norma Weis, Leona Turetsky. Ethel Mae Kinsey, Verdell Bean, Eddie Robertson, John Silver, Lawrence Honeberg, Dick Burgeson, and Richard Koontz, Miss Mottern is the sponsor and director of the production. A SONG FROM THE GIRLS ' LYRIC CELT, What does singing mean to me? Joy and precious ecstasy ; A chance to see the home of gods ; A chance to rise above the clods of life that seek to weigh me down ; To leave behind the tear and frown ; To mingle there on heights sublime, And laugh and dance with friends of mine Who, like me, love beauty, too. To be part of something fine And make the lives of others shine For a moment with the glow That through my song they ' ve come to know; To listen with a keener ear For notes that all the angels hear; To live, and grow, and seek to he. This my singer means to me. Officers: Sophie Zaferis, president; Virginia Hays, vice-president dent; Eva Lorona, treasurer; Jane Sperling, secretary; Rosita Stuart, student adviser; Ina M, Davids, musical director.
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