Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1934

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Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE) online yearbook collection, 1934 Edition, Page 105 of 168
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Page 105 text:

College Orchestra The College symphony has launched out on another successful year. Making an early beginning these musicians have made several convocation performances. The organization assisted in this way when the College was host to the State Normal Board. A Sunday evening appearance at the Methodist Church gave the orchestra the opportunity to make a very creditable performance of Beethoven’s "First Symphony." ‘This year brought back something which has not been tried for several years. The entire orchestra journeyed to Nebraska City and gave a Sunday evening performance at the Methodist Church. Selections from the old masters woro used, supplemented with numbers by the string quartet, a violin soloist and the violin' quartot. The spring concert, now becoming an annual event, took place the first week in May. In arranging this program. Professor Jindra selected a variety of compositions from classic favorites by the old masters to catchy, modern arrangements. The last number on this performance was one of the most unusual numbers ever attempted by the orchestra. At first are heard faint snatches of the familiar tune "Dixie": then it is repeated in the aboriginal. Next it becomes a minuet. The piccolo and drum follow showing that Dixie has reached the year 1775. It takes on the rhythmical flow of a valse lento, disguises itself as a slow drag in rag time and finally bursts forth as grand opera in all the pomp and glory of a Tannhauser. The program was as follows: Overture Barber of Seville...................................Rossini G Minor Symphony...................................W. A. Mozart Allegro nolto Minuotto Allegro assai Intermission Ballet Music from Faust.......................................Gounod Liebestraume No. Ill...........................................Liszt Violin Solo . . Varspiol from first movement of tho Bruch concorts for violin. Clyde Bole Evolution of Dixie........................................N. L. Lake



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THE 19 34 PERUVIAN College Band What power lies in the rise and fall of the baton of Victor H. Jindra! It has lifted the College Band and Orchestra to the position of concert groups, building and developing them with each year of the service he has given since coming to the music department in 1923. Having been a student of Carl Fredrick Steckelberg, Max Fischel and Victor Kuzdo. Professor Jindra is an artist on the violin, and his hand directs the bow of many a pupil in the training school as well as the college proper. But it is something called personality which lies behind the baton that has made Professor Jindra so beloved in Peru. 1934 has seen the fulfilment of Professor Jindra's desire that the College Band might become a concert group. 'Pep" work having been left entirely to the Pep Band, study and practice have been devoted to the highest type of military works and symphonic selections. One has only to tako down old PERUVIANS and turn to the Music section to discover the growth of the band as a college organization, soe the balance in instrumentation that has been achieved since those first days of only "horns.” A complete program of selections comprising the concert can more than any explanation indicate the real quality of tho 1934 College Band. Pageantry March........................................................King In a Spanish City...................................................Hayward A Bull Fight Vespers Cornet Duet. "The Pals".............................................Barnard Mori Peek and Lloyd Perry Cabins.............................................................Gillette Intermission Follow Me............................................................Fulton In a Persian Market.................................................Ketelby Clarinet Duet, "The Swiss Boy”...............................Paul de Ville Clarence Crandell and Huston Kingsolver The Whistler and His Dog..............................................Pryor There's Something About a Soldier................................Noel Gay Franklin D. Roosevelt March..........................................Woodin 9-4

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