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TOP: J. May, T. Hoefs, K. Tenwinkel, W. Waite, G, Gondek, T. Banach, Klatt, S. Schwamb, C. Nelson, S. Flach. BOTTOM: D. Nowak,
C. Olson. ROW 3: M. Crnovich, C. Louderbach, G. Dziadosz, M. Glander, J. Kuzclas, N. Schlaak, B. Stauffer, B. Erdman, E. Stawskl,
Strum, G. Wilson, G. Robison, D. Wachowiak, D. Kidetz, J. Wohlen. P. Kaegeorge.
ROW 2: R. Heiliger, E. Klawien, D. Ambrosh, J. Rucler, D. Mold, G.
A Cappella Resounds With Melody
Tone, pitch, cmd rhythm challenged Pulaski's A Cap-
pella Choir as they began a new singing year. About
ninety select voices combined to make up the choir. Along
with their director, Mr. Alfred Niefer, they worked hard
at daily third hour rehearsals and early morning practice
sessions to perfect their arrangements.
Brand new red stoles accented traditional blue robes
when the choir performed at the annual Christmas and
Spring Concerts. They also sang selections for the January
graduation. An ensemble of choir members performed a
service to their community by singing for the Elk's Club,
and for the patients at County Hospital at Christmas time.
For the Christmas Concert the Choir sang three lively
joyous selections: "Fanfare" by Shaw, "We Wish You the
Merriest" by Brown, and "He is Born" arranged by
Wagner. Accompanied by the Orchestra, the Choir sang
a moving arrangement of Vivaldi's "Gloria" to complete
Mr. Niefer conscientiously tries to direct the choir, read music, and
keep time on the piano all at one time.
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Musicmen Master Mad Measures
Mr. Raccoli, like an engineer, perfects separately each section of the
orchestra before combining them to work as one unit.
TOP: D. Juno, A. Krueger, M. Miskins, M. Kramey, C. Chou, R. Siegel,
S. Wege, R. Lohmann. ROW 4: L. Jameson, K. Route, D. Kurth, N.
Ziehr, J. Janlcowski, A. Daines, J. Kochanik, K. Flesch, L. Luebke.
Members of Pulaski's Orchestra have rightly earned
the title of "musicmen" this past year. Wherever there
was a gathering and a need of a song, these ever-ready
students were there too. They played at the January
graduation ceremonies, at the honor day program, at
various school programs, and at the Christmas and Spring
Concerts. Some highlights of the Christmas Program were
"Scheherazade" by Rimsky-Korsakov, a special series of
numbers entitled "Gloria" in which the A Cappella Choir
accompanied the Orchestra, and a finale of "Silent Night"
in which the audience also took part.
Being prepared meant that Orchestra members had to
spend many extra hours with their instruments. Encouraged
by Mr. Arthur Raccoli, their conductor, they practiced until
show time arrangements were perfected. This practice
took place before school at early morning rehearsals,
during school at regular class sessions, and at home where
each member went over his part individually. Their serious
effort was rewarded by the applause of the audience.
ROW 3: M. Strum, R. Konecny, L. Ryback, D. Goldmann, S. Barksdale,
S. Messal, C. Bandomir, M. Rivest. ROW 2: G. Tewalt, S. Selin. BOT-
TOM: L. Zervic, J, Wendorf, N. Byers, M. Hughes.
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TOP: J. Plazek, D. Schopp, E. Beckman, N. Gorski, M. Dressler, R. Cole, Blake, C. Adams, L. Burns. BOTTOM: M. Mecha, K. Schindler, E
B. Radtke, D. Grobel, B. Campion, L. Kraft. ROW 3: G. Smith, E. Tisdale, P. Mroz, B. Niemczynski, A. Grunclmanis, S. Brookman, B
Lotus, J. Bigczlke, 5. Zamiahn, C. Reich, M. Bielowski, S. Meyer, C. Blanczak, B. Zimney.
Chantek. ROW 2: P. Potrikus, K. Lubner, M. Krzyston, L. Russell, L.
As concert time approaches, choir members practice in an attempt to sing a selection without the aid of their music.
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