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Choir Harmonizes - A Cappella
Attired in their traditional red and blue robes, Pulaski's
A Cappella Choir members created angelic sounds at the
annual Christmas and Spring concerts. Daily third-hour
rehearsal under the direction of Mr. Alfred Niefer, were
often supplemented by early morning sectionals, especially
near performance time. These moments were spent in an
honest effort to perfect the pitch and rhythm of every
The choir's heavenly tones were heard throughout the
year. A special honor was bestowed on the choir when
it was requested to perform at the annual Pearl Harbor
Day memorial services at the Memorial Center on Decem-
ber 6. Members gave a deeper meaning to Christmas by
echoing traditional carols through the halls at school. An
ensemble performed a service to their community by
sharing its cheer with the patients at County Hospital
during the holiday season. Several selections were also
performed at January graduation. The eighty select voices
took time out from their busy schedules to ioin other city
high school choirs in singing at the All-City Biennial Music
Festival in May. ln June all music was put away but not
forgotten by choir members or their audiences.
TOP: E. Erdmann, J. Plazek, V. Simic, D, Klotz, D. Schopp, C. Nelson,
B. Campion, L. Edwardsen, L. Parr, D. Schopp. ROW 3: R. Smith, G.
Shuput, R. Cole, J. Fiene, E. Zimny, D. lwanski, S. Meier, C. Paulson.
ROW 2: P. Lioliadis, J. Linclner, M. Gering, K. Miiokovic, P. Potrikus,
In preparation for Pulaski's spring concert, "Music-Rama," the A
Cappella Choir harmonizes through another daily practice.
M. Bielawski, S. Dragoilovich, P. Mayr. BOTTOM: D. Andraszczyk, C.
Malmarowski, A. Grundmanis, B. Erdmann, K. Miller, B. Banczak,
C. Chondek, L. Sot.
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Girls Join in Gleeful Unison
The blended voices of the Girls' Glee proved to be
one of the assets of Pulaski's Music Department this year.
It was an elective course open to all girls interested in
singing and performing. Throughout both semesters, they
practiced in class each day to develop tone quality and
harmony and to memorize songs. During the final weeks
before their performances, the entire group came to early
morning rehearsals to perfect their songs. Mr. Arthur Rac-
coli and Mr. Alfred Neifer directed the girls both at the
rehearsals and at the concerts.
At the Christmas concert, they began the show with
the traditional procession of lights into the darkened audi-
torium singing "O Come All Ye Faithful." They ioined in
the ioyous, festive spirit of the holiday season by singing
such numbers as the popular "White Christmas" and "The
Gift of Love," which was accompanied by the orchestra.
The girls performed a variety of songs at the spring con-
cert. Their cheery voices and pastel formals were in har-
mony with the happy feeling of spring.
During a short interlude in class, Girls' Glee members rest their vocal
chords with a bit of light conversation.
TOP: J. Bergren, M. Rolland, T. Seiber, M. O'Brien, B. Schulist, B. ROW 2: M. Fath, L. Cherone, S. Pietrowialc, E. Grabowski, P. Krythe,
Gauger, D. Steffens, M. Schaefer. ROW 3: M. White, B. Manthey, K. Glainyk. BOTTOM: P. Mohcpp, 5. Botsch, S. Pisek, L. Jenkins, L.
K. Niemierowicz, B. Dittman, K. Kaddatz, J. Gyrion, L. Eclwardsen. Manske, L. Bleich, D. Roche.
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