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Page 119 text:
TOP: J. Russell, C, Tuchalka, J. Lewis, M. Dallner, M. Ullstrup, K.
Zwierski, R. Brandt, M. Malinauskas, F. Bolyard, C. Chou. ROW 3:
G. Liolodis, L. Ostrowski, M. Wittlieff, A. Satariano, K. Lecus, D.
Kurth. ROW 2: N, Roberg, R. Konecny, M. Callery, D. Zervic, M,
Nicely. BOTTOM: M. Novak, D. Bobbe, G. Bauer, L. Ryback, W.
Johnson, J. Manske, L. Luebke.
Orchestra Notes Musical Measures
With no time for looking around, violinists in the string section of
Pulaski's orchestra keep in mind techniques and form.
Years past, Pulaski had always boasted a large orchestra
of violins, cellos, French horns, and trumpets. But this year,
Pulaski's orchestra, due to a sudden drop in enrollment,
saw diminished numbers coming back to the music stands.
However, under the direction of Mr. Raccoli, the musicians
were undaunted and became determined to maintain the
quality of their music. To compensate for the smaller
number of musicians, they spent much more of their free
time outside of school perfecting the intricate and difficult
passages of their concerted pieces. On stage, as they
performed concerts, they ascertained that the extra effort
of intensive practices was well-rewarded by their own self-
satisfaction and by the applause of the audiences.
The technically difficult but harmonious "Angelus" and
"Kamennoi- Ostrow," along with Bach's "Jesu," drew
warm responses at the Christmas Concert. For the January
graduates, the sweeping gypsy music "Rumanian Rhap-
sody" was presented. Versatility was evident at the Spring
Concert as the orchestra members presented Strauss'
'iEmperor's Waltz," the "Russian and Ludmilla Overture,"
and "Hatikvah." The musical year came to an end for
the orchestra when they played on Senior Honor Day in
June, a final salute to departing seniors.
Page 118 text:
TOP: N. Moy, K. Ulatowski, R. Dombeck, J. Kaddotz, R. Johnson, J, Kaczmorek, S. Sear, J. Bonholzer, S. Moron. BOTTOM: F. Welk, K.
Hartke. ROW 3: C. Schultz, P. Sumiriski, B, Szyszko, D. Craven, K. Farnsworth, K. Peterson, M. Zervic, T. Dulka, L. Marquardt, R. Bleiweiss.
Donahoe, K. Dulka, M. Smart. ROW 2: W. Hawtey, M. Hyke, M.
Frances Bolycird and Clarence Chou fiddle with self assurance on
double bosses despite being outnumbered by the rest ot the orchestra.
With puffed cheeks, members ot the orchestras brass section trumpet
an accompaniment tor the string and woodwind sections.
Page 120 text:
Girls Glee Club Strikes High Note
Intent on accuracy, Girls Glee members study the lyrics and melody
of a new musical score for the annual spring concert.
Mixed Chorus: TOP: B. Stemper, M. Pangowski, G, Ehcit, D. West, J.
Burk, C. Moistner.
ROW 2: C. Hardy, S. Bucek, J. Krzewinski, C.
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The auditorium was darkened and the audience became
quiet and expectant-then started the long, slow proces-
sion of colored lights and the sound of many soft, blended
voices. The Girls Glee of Pulaski was once again making
their traditional entrance at the Christmas Concert singing
"O Come All Ye Faithful." With almost a matchless skill,
Mr. Niefer and Mr. DeVillers directed such all time Christ-
mas favorites as l'.lingle Bells" and "Frosty the Snowman,"
much to the pleasure of the listeners.
The Spring Concert gave the Glee an opportunity to
show off the sounds of their me-lodious voices-the result
of daily practice to memorize the melody and words of
the music. Many practices were held, before school as
well as during class time, to perfect the songs and bring
their loveliness to a full lilt. After the many practices,
only smiles could be seen on the girls as they went before
the audience in their formals. The wide selection of songs
presented were all sung with enlightened emotions to
convey the full meaning and cheeriness of spring.
Charbonneau, K. Lasiak. BOTTOM: J. Szweda, T. Lazaris, R. Franze
W. Jergensen, C. Olson, B. Sconce.
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