Montana State University - Sentinel Yearbook (Missoula, MT)

 - Class of 1953

Page 151 of 264

 

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UNIVERSITY SYMPHONIC BAND includes: flutes, Judith Harden and Joanne Giesick, oboes, John Marvin, Delores George and Shirley Lenhart, English horn, John Marvin, clarinets, Monroe DeJarnette, Harold Harvey, Jane Valentine Arlene Werle, LaMar Forvilly, Joel Story, Marieonne Carroll, Stella Boucher, James Carrell, Thomas Thomas, Marie Duff, Katherine Crockett, Alice Smith, Ann Hodge and Joyce Howanach, alto clarinet, Cecelia Ullman, bass clarinet, Richard Eichholz, and Patricia Gray, bassoons, Don Hardisty and Shirley DeForth, saxophones, Gerene Wilson, Judith Patton, Wilma Jean Dawson, Marlene Hoyt, and Dan Jamieson, cornets, Sam Davis, James Hansen, Don Landreville, Richard Ely, Roland Grotte, Jack Lind, Carl Rimby and Don Divine, trumpets, Wayne Linnell, Jack Newman, Tom Nelson and William Dehon, French horns, Marlene McKinley, Ronald Bacon, Eleanor Schmidt, Lou Ella Knudsen, Audrey Richardson, and Beverly Lahn, baritones, Ray Halubka, Clair Hallock, Quentin Marino and Nadine Genger, trombones, Jack McFarland, Leo Musburger, Gerald Wofard and lnez Myers, bosses, Earl Walton, Donald Schessler, Ed Colby and William Dickinson, percussion, Harold Gillet, George Tipp, Bobbie Atkinson and Ruth Buzzetti. AN S FLDLIRI H AS THE STUDY OF MUSIC becomes more important to MSU, the four Uni- versity bands flourished. The concert band labovel gave several concerts throughout the year playing compositions ranging from Bach and Wagner to modernists like Frank Skinner and the University's own Paul Abel and Monroe DeJarnette. The concert band made several trips around the state, one along with the orchestra and the Jubileers to the Butte music festival, The Marching band faithfully performed for parades and half-time entertainment and two small Pep bands alternated at basketball games. The Varsity Chamber band continued, obscure to non-musicians, as an experi- mental organization for students of music. This band performed new compo- sitions while giving students practice in conducting. ROTC drills aided in precision by the performance of the ROTC band, made colorful spring evening entertainment for "civilians." Eight outstanding bond members were selected to attend the Northwest interscholastic band in Bellingham, Washington. They were Monroe DeJarnette, Harold Harvey, Judith Harden, Richard Eichholz, James Hansen, Leo Musburger, Jack McFarland and Richard Ely. Justin Gray lrightl sets up half-time performances for the Marching bond. A recipient of degrees from the University of Michigan and Eastman School of Music, Mr. Gray, himself a proficient clarinetist, is well known as a guest conductor in ldiho, Washington and Montana. ln spring i953 he was elected chairman of the district organization of college band directors. PROFESSOR JOHN LESTER lleftl stands at the entrance of the new and ultro-modern School of Music. l49

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