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Page 70 text:
18 Sing Chamber Music Eighteen voices weave themselves together to form one spe¬ cial blending of sound, that of the Chamber Choir. Under the direction of Murray Osborn, eighteen young singers, both ju¬ niors and seniors, meet daily for practice, practice, and more practice in achieving just that certain vibe recognized by all Rocky students. Chamber Choir is dedicated primarily to the study of choral literature during the Renaissance and Barogue periods when chamber music was prevalent. However, the group has been known to weaken and succumb to now sounds, such as “Close to You " at the Homecoming Dance. Activities include programs for civic and church groups, exchange assemblies. Rocky choral concerts, the annual Pops Concert, and their own year-end Chamber Concert. A BOVE: Kevin Peiper’s solo captivates an audience in the annual Pops Concert. RIGHT Working for perfection are Chamber Choir members Mark Edwards, Don Cochran, Mark Pence, Bob Blick, John Cochran, Eugene Krismanits, Craig Blomberg, Peter Soderberg. Kevin Peiper, Lynn Green, Michele Noble, Barb Tim, Vicki Clarquist, Beth Ellison, Diane Day, Ann Collins. Gwynn Anderson, and Kathy Weeks. BOTTOM: John Cochran sees a musical future. 66
Page 69 text:
LEFT: Senior Glee performs for a Rocky assembly BELOW: FIRST ROW: Kathy Albrecht, Jamie Schneider, Lynn Mitchell, Diane Day, Lyn Green. Peggy Hotle, Suz¬ anne Johnson. Gwynn Anderson. Terry Brooks, Vicky Clarkquist, Melissa Bell. Cindy Hodson, Patti Hess, Tracy Mitchell. Diane Boostram, Ann Erwin. SECOND ROW: Susie Brooks, Joanne Borden. Mel¬ inda Snowden, Lynn Liston. Ann Collins, Jeannie Johnson, Len McAdams. Barb Timm, Martha Lundholm, Julie Versman, Pat Greve, Beth Ellison, Sandy Burfield. Vicky Hite, Sherry Clay, Ann Dahleen, Cheryl Noble, Nancy Evans. THIRD ROW: Kathy Hymes. Cheryl Beam. Barry Dowell. Jim Waymack. Bob Clevenstine. Chuck Preston. Don Cochran, Chuck Olm- slead, Mark Hammen, Kevin Peiper, Gene Krismanits, Craig Blomberg, Mark Anders, John Rogers, Mark Reighard. Peggy Sylvester. Marianne Mcllvain, W’ynette Bragg. FOURTH ROW : Jim Clinton. Jerry Newswander, Stewart Harris. Craig Terrill, Peter Soderberg, Mark Pence, Bob Blick, John Cochran, Mark Edwards, Paul Stet¬ son, Craig Hall. Peter Maisenbach, Benny Wild, Kevin Maisenbach, Louie Wilson. Guy Stevenson, and Steve Stark. 65
Page 71 text:
Girls’ Voices Mix A bevy of beautiful feminine voices gath¬ ered together each day from 1:50 to 2:45. Typical sewing circle? No, this assemblage of musically oriented girls, known as Girls’ Glee Club, is given guidance and instruction by Murray Osborn. Music ranges from contem¬ poraries to goldie oldies, with the emphasis on performance, precision, and perfection. Girls ' Glee was active in a number of con¬ certs, including the Pops Concert. They gave programs at Hauberg Civic Center and Namequa Lodge, and participated in the play, “My Fair Lady”. ABOVE LEFT: Girl’s Glee officers are ready to sing with Debbie Nelson, treasurer: Judy Hart, sec¬ tion leader: Sherry Clay, section leader: Rosie Stot- tlemyre, president; Vivecca Carr, section leader. Ready to accompany them are Sam Miers, vice- president and Paula McFall, secretary. LEFT: Sherry Clay sings out with feeling at the Pops Con¬ cert. BELOW LEFT: FIRST ROW: Jody Moro, Susan Janssen, Kathy DeMott, Debbie Rider, Ros¬ ie Stottlemyre, Marva Manary, Linda Ziffrin. Anna Ruckman, Donna Patrick, Lisa Paul. SEC¬ OND ROW: Ann Hefferman, Connie Martinson, Jeri Enlow, Debbie Davis, Emily Kalina. Janice Kimball, Sam Miers, Colleen McSparin, Jamie Gilmore, Paula McFall, Heidi Zarzoza. TFIIRD ROW: Olinda Gunther. Judy Flart. Sue Eckles, Joan Schmitz, Vivecca Carr, Linda Jones, Marsha Cooper. Debbie Nelson, Krista Lawson, Sherry Clay, Barb Thomas, Annie O ' Mary. 67
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