New England Conservatory of Music - Neume Yearbook (Boston, MA)

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We, s tf 60 yearbook. Our cover, of contemporary design has a G-clef sign as the central figure and the F lef sign for balance. These two are superimposed over a quarter note. Very artistically integrated in this motif are the comedy-tragedy theatre ! . .masks. This was created by our ingenious Art Editor, Mary Ann MacKinnon. r With such a cover we chose theatre as our theme. The I ma atre is Com- posed of such elements as poetry, dancing, acting, costumes, lighting, painting, architecture, engineering, acoustics, and of course, — music. It is the whole art and science of stage production. By modern standards, the theatre is one of the media in the service of man towards understanding the world and him- self. It is not merely a reflection of life but an active search for the truths of existence. Each person becomes an actor, with life his stage consisting of many exits. Some of the people who will leave will be known to many, others will be known to few, but whatever field they have endeavored to enter, we hope they will find some self-expression through some form of music. 19150 Page 1 DR. HERBERT SILVERMAN of the Music Education Department, in grateful recognition of your untiring service, never ending patience and thoughtful guidance, the students of the New England Conservatory of Music humbly dedicate this 1 960 Neume to you. Page 2 Page 3 Our PRODUCER The graduating class of I960 will leave the Conservatory after having benefitted from some of the new traditions as well as having known intimately the old traditions of music training for which the Conservatory is world renowned. You have worked with teachers ' of national and international reputation in voice, piano and other instruments. You have listened to the lectures of master-teachers who have gained distinction and rec- ognition for their meaningful organization of the subject matter of their respective fields. And, you were members of the first class to par- ticipate in the new performing organizations — the Symphonic Wind Ensemble, the A Cappella Choir, the Chamber Singers, and our new large Orchestra. I feel quite safe in saying that most of you will remember for a long time to come the excitement of playing the first Boston perform- ance of Shostakovich ' s TENTH SYMPHONY under the inspiring leadership of Mr. Dixon, the firm beat that Mr. Piston gave while con- ducting his CONCERTINO, the genuine warmth of the musical per- sonality of Mr. Avshalomov leading his colorful CITY OF BRASS, Mrs. deVaron ' s concentrated demands for the utmost in each and every one of you, the beautiful choral tone achieved by the A Cappella Choir in Benjamin Britten ' s HYMN TO ST. CECILIA, and the success of the graduate students who make up the Chamber Singers in presenting a distinct type of choral ensemble to New England. You have reached he point where as musicians in practice, under- standing and spirit, you are about to leave the Conservatory. We know you will endeavor honorably to uphold the standards and traditions that have become your way of life in music. To each member of the graduating class, every good wish for success! • PRESIDENT ALIFERIS Pa«e3 Meet the DIRECTORS June twelfth marks an end for the graduates of i960 and reminds us that life presents us with a series of these endings. Some are full of joy — difficulties have been overcome; drud- gery is over; the future beckons. Other end ings are sad and painful — what is finishing has been a delight; what lies ahead is fraught with terror and may even seem beyond our strength. The completion of a college degree is in the main the first kind of ending, but it has enough of the second to test our courage and our faith. T. S. Eliot supplies me with a valediction: MRS. RAPHAEL DEMOS Dean of Graduate Students " Not fare well, But fare forward, voyagers. " easant way to start the day Never too busy to give a helping hand Page 6 • . and CHESTER W. WILLIAMS, Dean A college education prepares the individual for living in a complex society. With an understanding of the problems of the past and their attempted solutions one is prepared to meet the present and the future with confidence. A way of living means more than the accumulation of material things to satisfy physical needs. It means beauty, understanding, compassion, love, and truth. It requires the discipline of all our abilities. Education does not cease for the individual upon com- pletion of the curriculum and the awarding of the diploma. It continues for life. A musical education combines a back- ground of the liberal arts with the disciplines of a skill which will bring edification to all who will listen. Page 7 A GLIMPSE of Bernard Barbeau Malcolm Creighton David Barnett Eleanor Davis Robert Brink LoRNA Cooke DeVaron Herbert Burnham Arthur FULTZ William Gibson Jeannette GiGUERE Marie Gillet Alice GiROUARD Page 8 the COACHES Page 9 Johanna Guy Thomas Richard Oldenburg Principato Proctor Rosewall Barbara Miklos Herbert Donald SCHEITZ SCHWALB SILVERMAN SmITH Rhodora B. William Roger Carol Smith Van Lennep Voisin Walden Page 10 Marion Olive Leta Donald Warner Wetmore Whitney Willing David Jean Gladys William Hicks Drabik Miller Tesson Boris Doriot Howard Rosario GOLDOVSKY DWYER GODING MAZZEO Page 11 Edward F. Daniel Avrton Dorothy Perry Pinkham Pinto Richards Verginia Bacon Ruth Posselt Dr. Samuel Bogoch Ralph Pottle Richard Burgin Warren Storey Smith Andre Come Carlo Soresina CAMERA SHY William Curtis James Stagliano Joseph de Pasquale Felix Viscuglia James Dixon Sherman Walt Corinne Flavin •Felix Wolfes Fernand Gillet Alfred Zighera Ralph Gomberg Bernard Zighera Page 12 Page 13 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 AFTER ... The Orchestra Mr. Piston and Senor Sanroma Page 18 Page 19 STUDENT COUNCIL Student Council, under the direc- tion of John Walker, President, is composed of all class officers and one representative from each club and John Walker, President Greek Letter organization. As in other colleges and universities. Student Council is the gov- erning body of the school. It regulates and arranges all social activities and supervises improvements for all the students. In December, working with Miss Ruther from the World Uni- versity Service, S. C. sponsored a foreign students concert in Jordan Hall. The performers were Yong Soon Lee, soprano, from Korea; Claude Hill, harpist, from Canada; Jorge Querol, pianist, from Barce- lona, Spain; and Benjamin Gutierrez, composer-pianist, from Costa Rica. The next few meetings were spent preparing for the annual All- School Banquet, which was held March 22. With Mrs. Demos as guest speaker, it proved to be one of the most successful events of the year. Page 20 Newman Club The first Newman Club was formed at the University of Penn- sylvania in 1893. The club was named for John Henry Cardinal Newman. Cardinal Newman of ecclesiatical material in the nine- teenth century. The Newman Club Movement is the mutual program between Chaplain and students. Its real purpose is " to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of its members through a balanced program of religious, intellectual and social activities. " With the assistance of the Reverend Gerard J. Rogers, C.S.P., Newman Club has been a successful organization. This past year the N.E.C. Newman Club has been meeting with Nort heastern University N.C Some Newman members relax at the dormitory Delta Omicron TIME: June 1950, Founding of Delta Xi Chapter PLACE: New England Conservatory of Music STARS President Patricia Capone Vice-President Roberta Shelman Secretary Janice Walker Noonan Treasurer Beverly Clark ACT I: First Semester Scene I — Founder s Day Concert Scene II — Celebration of Fiftieth Anniversary ACT II: Second Semester Scene I — Monthly service programs at local hospitals Scene II — Annual scholarship awards to Tangle wood, MacDowell Colony, and Aspen Page 22 Phi Mu Alpha TIME: October 6, 1898 — Alpha Chapter PLACE: New England Conservatory of Music ACT I: First Semester Scene I — Open house in October Scene II — Founder ' s Day Concert in December ACT II: Second Semester Scene 1 — Lecture by Daniel Pinkham Scene II — Province Convention in April STARS President Daniel Mazeika Vice-President William Br s Rec. Secretary Frank Clark Corr. Secretary Manuel Medeiros Treasurer Stanley Bednarz Sinfonia at Kappa ' s Bean Supper n Page 23 Mu Phi Epsilon TIME: December 13, 1903 Founding of Beta Chapter PLACE : New England Conservatory of Music ACT I: First Semester Scene I : Christmas Concert at Mansfield Scene II : Visit from National Second Vice-President ACT II: Second Semester Scene I : Lecture by G. Wallace Woodworth Scene II: Concerts in Revere and Lynn STARS President PATRICIA SlATTERY Vice-President EUTHA Davis Rec. Secretary SANDRA ROBERTSON Corr. Secretary JUDI BRIGHTMAN Treasurer Regina BARTOLOMUCCI TIME: December 13, 1913 Founding of Alpha Chapter PLACE: New England Conservatory of Music ACT I: First Semester Scene I — Fall Smoker for prospective pledges Scene II — Concert in December ACT II: Second Semester Scene I — Annual Bean Supper Scene II — Spring Concert STARS President Irving Lowe Vice-President Vincent Cavalli Rec. Secretary Joseph Laspisa Corr. Secretary Henry Crosby Treasurer John Dowd s m a A 1 p h a I TIME: June 19, 1915 Founding of Lambda Chapter PLACE: New England Conservatory of Music ACT I: First Semester Scene I: T.V. Performance of TROUBLE IN TAHITI Scene II: Mid-winter concert in Jordan Hall ACT II: Second Semester Scene I: Weekly radio broadcasts Scene II: American Music Concert in May STARS President Shirley Prue Vice-President Marilyn Allen Rec. Secretary Barbara Dinger Corr. Secretary Barbara Dinger Treasurer Janet Adelberg T Elson Club TIME: September, 1920 PLACE: New England Conservatory ACT I: First Semester Scene I: Cookie Sales Scene II: Volunteer work for CARE ACT II: Second Semester Scene I: Volunteer work for St. Monica Home Scene II: Banquet STARS President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer Catherine Sanderson Kay Gibson Theresa Hooper Janet Anderson Page 27 Conservatory LAIMS: To promote higher ideals in music and to U create greater interest and better understandng of music, and to promote friendliness among women students. CLUB MOTTO: B Music is the trainer of the soul and is designed for the improvement of the mind. Plato Conservatory Club is open to all women students. It offers an opportunity to better oneself in h ' s chosen field and to bring together the members in the following services: 1 . Concerts in school 2. Concerts outside of school 3. Service programs ACTIVITIES: An evening recital, January 5, I960 Concert at South End Settlement House Concert at Franklin Square House We are privileged to have Mrs. Drabik as the club ' s first advisor. Page 28 The Melodic Line NEUME to Enter National Competition ' Pile 19rtO N ' tuiiie will be tni- tered in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association ' s annual year- book competition. Thi- aims of the C.S.P.A. arc to maintain the ama- teur standing of the student pub- lication, to oppose the efforts of (hose who would make it an object uH exploitation, and to preserve it as an educational project and in- stitution. We are cinipeting for one of the awards. The criticisms, we hope, will serve as suds, not only for us, but for future yearbook -■staffs as well. The Melodic Line will enter the newspaper divi.sioii ■ r the C.S.P.A. The only way we can reach our iroal — a good yearbook — is b having the cooperation of every member of the Conservatory. Deadlines for ilL_pictures iind proofs is Frid: If unable to coi Eulha Davis soon as possil Vol. 17, No. 4 ;-■ WIND EN The New England Cons ducted by .James Dixon •. Wednesday, Dei out charge arc the Dean, 290 H i . stamped envelope. Miklos Schwalb, of the t sky ' s C ' oncdrlo ffjr Piano a ' , his principal trainintr in K ' Dohnanyi, Leo solo re citaK in I and ' " ' " the li ;i the ( 39-proj;ram sei i Rico, Canada : i Toccata Mar .iale nd Ne On Loivla Be Wo present arena-setliup in Brown The Melodic Liee Staff Editors . Managing Editor Roland Gagmen ' 61 John Walker ' 61 Judith A. Walker ' 60 Barbara Currie ' 62 Susan Ellis ' 62 Reporters Eutha Davis ' 60 Lisa Frederick from the faculty Roland Nadeau of the music theory and composition department Warhen Story Smith of the music history and literature department Page 29 MENC Mrs. Whitney, Donald Le Grow and Susan Lovegrove M.E.N.C. is a club for Music Education majors. Although there are no formal meetings, the members are kept abreast of everything by their advisor, Mrs. Whitney. Chapter 189 (NEC), along with another chapter, was featured in one of the recent M.E.N.C. Journals. Mrs. Whitney and some other Conservatory students were dele- gates to the annual M.E.N.C. Convention, March 18 thru 23, in At- lantic City, New Jersey. Page 30 MUSIC THERAPY " Music for Mankind ' s Sake " All music therapy majors work for national certification, RMT, ( Registered Music Therapist ) . Training demands musical competence, academic proficiency, plus pre-clinical training and clinical resident internship under proper super- vison. Student Music Therapists have this year developed patient-cen- tered activities in Children ' s Unit of Metropolitan State Hospital, with adults at Boston State Hospital, private work at McLean Hospital, Med- field State Hospital, and for arthritic patients at Robert Breck Brigham Hospital. Graduates in Music Therapy hold positions in Bordentown, New Jersey, Hamden, Conn., Medfield State Hospital, Bedford V.A., Fernald School, and Boston State Hospital. Mr. Fultz and some of his co-workers. Page 31 - 0 O . , .v-f Z c ' ' -c ' AC - Page 32 STAFF Page 33 LE DORMITOIR Page 34 STUDENT BODY f4 Page 35 UNDERSTUDIES Members of the Junior Class Jane Goods Cynthia Brown Secretary Treasurer Page 36 ThJt NOVICES President Angel Rivera Vice-President Barbara Currie Secretary Carolyn Marr Treasurer Elisabeth Tinsman The Sophomore Class Page 37 rh£ DREAMERS (Freshman) Secretary Margaret Fannon Treasurer lONY Booker Page 38 HERBERT L BAKER Percussion — Mr. Firth Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 1937-60. Pledgemaster; Student Council 1958-59; Class Treasurer 1958- 59 and Class Secretary 1959-60; M.E.N.C. 1959- 60 Orchestra; Wind Ensemble; Percussion En- semble; Berkshire Music Center 1959; Alumni Chorus 1959-60; Tour Chorus 1959-60. MARILYN ALLEN Voice — Miss Miller Elson Club ' s Sgt-at-arms; Sigma Alpha Iota - Chaplain and Vice-President; Student Council; Melodic Line; Dean ' s List; Langshaw, Walker, Marie Sundelius Scholarships. REGINA MARY BARTOLOMUCCI Piano — Miss Monaghan Conservatory Club - Corresponding and Record- ing Secretary; Foundation, Dunham, Converse, Sons of Italy and Tanglewood Scholarships; M.E.N.C; Vice-President of Junior Class; Chorus - Treasurer; Tour Chorus; Mu Phi Epsi- lon - Treasurer and Convention Delegate. Page 40 BARBARA SUE BENDER Piano — Miss Giguere Conservatory Club Vice-President 1958-59 and President 1959-60; Student Council 1958-59; Sigma Alpha Iota 1958-60, Chaplain 1959-60; Tour Chorus 1957-60; Deans List 1957-59; Music Therapy Treasurer 1957-58, Vice-Presi- dent 1958-59. PATRICIA L. CAPONE Voice — Mrs. Graf Scholarships 1956-60; Dean ' s List 1956; Warden and Chorister of Delta Omicron 1957, First Vice-President 1958 and President 1959-60; Delta Omicron Tanglewood Scholarship; Treas- urer of Conservatory Club 1958; Student Coun- cil 1956 and 1958; Freshman Class Treasurer; Tour Chorus- YVETTE MARIE CAPILLON Piano — Mr. Smith Conservatory Scholarships 1956-59; Conservatory Club 1957-59, Editor 1958; Freshman Achieve- ment Award; Dean ' s List 1957-59; Sophomore year - dance committee for the freshman dance. 41 ROSA CAMELIA CASANOVA Piano — Miss Monaghan Mu Phi Epsilon; Chorus; Newman Club; Schol- arship from the Government of Puerto Rico. RUMIE YOUN CHO Voice — Mr. Jagel SANDRA CASTALDO Music Education — Mrs. Whitney Treasurer of Class 1959-60; Assistant Treasurer of Conservatory Club; Mason Scholarships; Tour Chorus; Brigadoon; Student Council. Page 42 EUTHA ELEANOR DAVIS Piano — Miss Monaghan Conservatory Scholarships 1956-59; Valkyries Scholarship 1956-59; Cox Fund; Camden Elks Scholarship; Mu Phi Epsilon Chorister 1957, Vice-President 1958-60; Recipient of Delta Omi- cron Award 1957; Conservatory Club Editor; Neume Editor; Camden Community Club Schol- arship 1956-58; Neume Representative to Stu- dent Council; Government Loan 1959-60. VERNE COLBURN Music Education — Mrs. Whitney Conservatory Scholarships 1956-59; Outside scholarships and loans 1958-60; Government loan 1959-60; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Secretary 1958-59, Pledgemaster 1959-60. VIOLETA DE LA MATA Piano — Miss Monaghan Mu Phi Epsilon; Chorus; Newman Club; Schol- arship from the Government of Puerto Rico. 43 Page 44 VALERIE CLAIRE FAUTEUX Voice — Mrs. Graf Junior Chamber of Commerce Scholarship; National Federation of Music Clubs Award for the District of New England; .Madame Marie Sundelius Scholarship; Dean ' s List 1957-59- AUDREY HERRICK GARDNER Voice — Miss Davis Walker Scholarships 1958-59; Student Council; Conservatory Club 1958-59; Treasurer of Ther- apy Club 1958-59; Vice-President of Conserva- tory Club. JOHN C. GAUYA Piano — Mr. Schwalb Treasurer of Phi Mu Alpha - Sinfonia 1958-59; Winner of the Marion Beecher Scholarship 1958-59. Page 45 KAY LUCINDA GIBSON Music Education — Mrs. Whitney Melodic Line Report rr 1956-57, Managing Edi- tor 1957-60; Elson Club 1957-60; Conservatory Club 1956-60; N.E.C. Scholarships 1956-59; National Scholarship Service and Fund for Negro Students 1957-58; Methodist Church 1956; Links of New Jersey 1958. PEGGY GIBSON French Horn — Mr. Keaney PRISCILLA A. GORDON Voice — Mrs. Miller Dean ' s List. Page 46 CAROLYNN HOWARD Voice — Mrs. Graf Soprano lead in " Falstaff " , " Susannah " , " Mar- riage of Figaro " (Jordan Hall and T.V- Produc- tion); Soprano soloist in " Hodie " ; New Eng- land Opera Theatre 1959-60; Scholarships from Otis A.F.B., First Baptist Church, Elizabeth L. Walker 1959-60; " Soeur Angelica " lead in Jordan Hall. JUDITH N. GREENBERG Piano — Mr. Donald Smith Music Therapy Club; Conservatory Club; Schol- arships 1956-60. ZAROUHI IZMIRLIAN Piano — Mr. Schwalb 47 J ULIAN LEACH Piano — Mr. Coding Student Recitals MARSHA LACKEY Voice — Mr. Jagel Member of Mu Phi Epsilon Sorority; Chorus ( " Brigadoon " ) ; Katie ( " Plain And Fancy " ); Sang in opera scenes. DONALD C. LE GROW Voice — Miss Davis Scholarships 1957-60; President of the Sopho- more Class 1957-58; Vice-President of the Senior Class 1959-60; President of N.E.C. Chapter of M.E.N.C. 1958-60; Vice-President Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 1958-59; President of N.E.C. Chorus 1959-60; Student Council 1957-59; Tour Com- mittee 1959-60 Chairman (Emeritus) Page 48 SUSAN FILLMORE LOVEGROVE Music Education — Mrs. Whitney DANIEL J. MAZEIKA Music Education — Mrs. Whitney President of Phi Mu Alpha — Sinfonia; Scholar- ship from the Conservatory; Officer in Chorus. DONNA LEE MURIN Voice — Mr. Jagel Vice-President of Conservatory Club 1957-58; President of Conservatory Club 1958-59; Con- servatory Scholarships 1958-60; Dean ' s List. Page 49 ALFRED PUOPOLO Clarinet — Mr. Mazzeo Kappa Gamma Psi Fraternity; New England Conservatory Scholarship. HELEN HUNT ROBINSON Music Education — Mrs. Whitney Elson Club; Student Council 1957-58. VITO PUOPOLO Music Education — Mrs. Whitney Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Page 50 CHARLOTTE ELISABETH SCHAEFER Voice — Miss Miller Music Therapy Club 1957-58; Marie Sundeiius and the Howe Scholarships. ELISABETH SHEERIN Voice — Miss Miller ROBERTA MARIE SHELMAN Voice — Miss Miller Chaplain, Secretary and Vice-President of Delta Omicron Sorority; Two Conservatory Scholar- ships; New England Southern Methodist Scholar- ship; New England Society in City of New York Scholarship. Page 51 PATRICIA SLATTERY Music Education — Mrs. Whitney Freshman Class Secretary; Conservatory Club; Mu Phi Epsilon Recording Secretary 1958-59, President 1959-60; Melodic Line; Chorus Editor; Plain and Fancy; Foundation Scholarships 1956- 60. RICHARD SHORE Music Education — Mrs. Whitney Dean ' s List 1958; Walker Scholarship 1958; Scholarship 1959; Sang with the Conservatory Chorus at Symphony Hall (Beethoven ' s Ninth Symphony) ARLENE R. SOLOMON Bassoon — Mr. Walt Junior Class President; Mu Phi Epsilon Chaplain 1959-60. Pase 52 NICHOLAS TGETTIS Composition — Mr. Cooke GRACE ELEANOR URRICO Piano — Mr. Coding Dean ' s List 1956-59; Foundation Scholarship 1956-57; Scholarships from A. C Bird 1957-58, Oliver Ditson 1959-60, Beethoven Club of Woonsocket, R. I. 1958-59; Conservatory Club Recording Secretary 1957-58, Second Vice-Presi- dent 1958-59, Treasurer 1959-60; Mu Phi Epsi- lon Corresponding Secretary 1957-59, Chorister 1959-60; M.EN.C. 1956-60; Tour Chorus 1958- 60, Alto Representative and Chorus Secretary 1959-60. DARYL A. THOMSON Composition — Mr. Layton Page 53 VERNICE E. VAN HAM Music Education — Mis. Whitney Class Secretary 1957-59, President 1959-60; Tour Chorus 1959-60; Orchestra 1957-60; Plain and Fancy 1958; Dean ' s List 1957-60; Mu Phi Epsilon Award 1957; Snow Ball Queen 1957; Sanders, Ditson Foundation and Weston Country Evening Concert Scholarships; Conservatory Club Program Chairman; Student Council - Secretary, Executive Board 1959-60. HELEN E. WALKO Piano Theory — Mr. Smith American Association of University Women Scholarship; Bird, Louise Baker and Foundation Scholarships; Delta Omicron; Student Council. JUDITH ALYN WALKER Music Education — Mrs. Whitney Conservatory Scholarship 1956-59; Tour Chorus 1958-60; Student Chairman of Tour Chorus 1956; Editor of the Melodic Line 1957-60; Stjdent Editor of the N.E.C. Bulletin 1958-60; Student Council 1957-60; Deans List 1957; M.E.N.C. 1956-60. Page 54 Page 55 p RAYMOND DELLOVO, JR. Piano — Mr. Coding Scholarships from the Lexington Choral Society, the Hayden Society, the Weston Country Eve- ning Concert Series, and the Fuller Scholarship. CAMERA SHY VINCENT V. CAVALLI Flute — Mr. Pappoutsakis Kappa Gamma Psi Fraternity HENRY CROSBY Contrabrass — Mr. Moleux Orchestra: Kappa Gamma Psi Page 56 CAMERA SHY HARRY KOLLEGIAN JR. Clarinet — Mr. Mazzeo ELINOR PREBLE Flute — Mrs. Dwyer Ditson and Crabtree Scholarship; Nat. Fed. Mu- sic Clubs Scholarship; Tanglewood 1957; Faculty- N.E.C. Prep. Dept.; N.E.C. Orchestra. MYRNA A. WELCH Music Therapy — Mrs. Fultz P. A. Crane Scholarship 1956; Walker Scholar- ship 1956-60; Conservatory Club Editor 1957- 58 and Corr. Sec. 1960-61; Music Therapy Club Secretary 1957-58. Page 57 RICHARD WYLAND Clarinet Mr. Cioffi CAMERA SHY CHARLOTTE ROBERTS CHAFFIN Music Education Mrs. Whitney ELEANOR E. BAKER Flute Mr. Pappoutsakis LOIS ANNE GINSBERG Music Therapy Mr. Fultz Page 70 CAMERA SHY GEORGE EDGAR KENT Organ Willing HAROLD V. LAZARON Music Education Mrs. Whitney NANCY STUART LAZARON Voice Mr. Barbeau IRVINE LOWE Voice Miss Miller GEORGE POWERS Trombone Mr. Gibson JAMES YOUNG Composition Mr. Layton Page 71 Page 72 Page 73 Page 74 POPULAR MUSIC Page 75 Candids Page 76 Lucky boy, how do you rate! ! Dankevich, Khrennikov, Yarustovsky, Pr. Aliferis, Shostakovich, Amirov Page 77 Jazz in the making f Interpreter: " See that girl in the red dress? " Khrennikov: (dryly) " Yeah " I wonder what I ' m going to compose next. Page 78 Must have the janitor fix that hole in the ceiling. City of Brass — after rehearsal Please return your coat check. Page 79 Page 81 Page 83 FACULTY Barbeau, Bernard 1 7 Amherst Road Beverly, Mass. Barnett, David 7 Tappan Road JC ellesley, Mass. Burgin, Richard 1 2 Salisbury Road Brookline, Mass. Brink, Robert 656 Grove Street Newton Lower Falls, Mass. Cioffi, Gino 82 Gainsboro Street Boston 15, Mass. Davis, Eleanor 25 Peterborough Street Boston, dass. Demos, Jean 10 Francis Avenue Cambridge 38, Mass. de Pasquale, Joseph 141 Summit Avenue Brookline, Mass. De Varon, Lorna zo Walker street Cambridge, Mass. Dixon, James 128 Hemenway Street Boston, ass. Drabik, Jean 114 Brattle Street Cambridge, Mass. Dwyer, Doriot 54 Nancy Road Chestnut Hill, Mass. rciperiuan, jonn 163 Hemenway Street Boston, Nlass. ruiiz, ircnur 80 Auburn Street Auburndale 66, Mass Gibson, JC illiam 342 Hillcrest Street Needham 92, Mass. Giguere, Jeanette 36 Beals Street Brookline, Alass. Gillet, Marie 60 High Street Brookline, Mass. Girouard, Alice 121 St. Stephen Street Boston 15, ]Vlass. Goding, Howard 84 Fenway Boston, Mass. Go ldovsky, Boris 183 Clinton Street Brookline, Alass. Graf, Uta 7 Marlborough Street iJOMun, ividss. Hilker, Betty 84 Fenway Boston, ass. Jagel, Frederick 1514 Beacon Street Brookline, lass. Jaskolski, Alexandra o4 i angiy Koaa Klotzle, Virginia o4 riazeitine T ro f TC rf cc OXatllUrU, JlVid.db. Lanier, Frances 4 Humboldt Street Cambridge, Mass. Mason, Margaret 54 Revere Street Mazzeo, Rosario 114 Fenway McKmley, («arl 46 Commonwealth Avenue xjosion, ivi.ass. Muler, Lrladys 60 Fenway Boston, Alass. Moriarity, John 64 Hemenway Street Hr cf n 1 S A occ Nadeau, Roland 39 Henry Street AX 1 n ri cf r GC w iiiLiiCMCl, iviaAa. Oldenburg, Johanna 346 Concord Avenue Belmont, Nlass. Pappoutsokis, James 36 Beverly Road £ rouKiinc, ividss. Perry, hdward z03 rond street Natick, Mass. Pmkham, Daniel 154 Foster Street Cambridge, A ' lass. Procter, Thomas 20 lappan Road W ellesley, IVfass. Richards, Dorothy 69 Henry Street Riviere, Simone 370 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, Mass. Rosewall, Richard 30 Russell Circle Natick, Mass. bchwalb, Miklos 63 Mount Vernon Street £ u! ion, ivia.! d. Silverman, Herbert 135 Middlesex Avenue 1 m 1 n otc T rt o cc W lllillll lUll, iVlddd amith, Uonald joo Brush Hill Koad iVllilL ll, iVl t33. amith, Melville 3 Healey Street 1 1 m r ri H Of cc Smith, Warren Storey 122 Bowdoin Street Boston, ass. Tesson, William 33 Roberts Road Medrord !), Mass. Van Lennep, William 5 Fuller Place Cambridge, Mass. Viscuglia, Felix 24 Whipple Road Lexington, Mass. Voisin, Roger 252 Moss Hill Road Jamaica Plain, Mass. Walt, Sherman 23 Fox Hill Road Natick, Mass. Whitney, Leta 238 Hemenway Street Boston, Mass. Wetmore, Olive 12 Francis Avenue Cambridge, Mass. Williams, Chester 3 Middlesex Street Wellesley 81, Mass. Willing, Donald 8 Hillside Avenue Winchester, Mass. Wolfes, Felix 72 Westland Avenue Boston 1 5, Mass. 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