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Marvin D. Geere B. J. Rozehnal Cara Wharton
TUDENTS of the college interested in participating in either vocal or instrumental music find opportunities to
express such interests in one or more of the various musical organizations. Most apparent of these is the
marching band under the direction of Mr. Rozehnal. The marching unit of forty members, a drum major, two
baton twirlers, two herald trumpeters, and a Held ofhcer is selected from the men in the concert band and others
who care to participate. All members make at least one marching appearance in public, generally at football games.
This year the annual trip with the football team was made to Eau Claire. This group also marches for the Home-
coming parade, snake dance, and musical festival.
As membership in the concert band is limited by both numbers and the type of instrument played, Mr. Rozehnal
selects the new members according to musical ability and instrumentation. This band proposes to acquaint its
members with as many classical and modern musical numbers in band arrangement as possible and to develop a
greater appreciation for music. Concerts this year were given on Dad's Day, on Mother's Day, at an assembly
program and the annual spring concert in the college auditorium. Outside concerts were given at Ellsworth and
Cumberland. It also rendered music at the Rural Fair program and the Homecoming mass meeting. The 'dnal
appearance of the year was the open air concert given on South Hall campus Sunday afternoon, June 2, in honor
of the graduating class.
The second band is composed of freshmen who are in the concert band and others who are interested in band
work. Vacancies in the concert band are largely filled by members in this group. The pep band, which played at the
basket ball games and at pep meetings, is composed mainly of second band members.
This year has been one of the most active in the history of the orchestra as conducted by Mr. Rozehnal. Out-
standing events were the assembly concerts in the college auditorium and at the college at La Crosse. The orchestra
performed at plays, the Christmas program, the music festival, the Commencement program, and the Honor
Social events of the bands and orchestra included a skiing and sliding party, a banquet and dance. A minor letter
in music was presented to each member who completed the first term of the third year in either the band or
Each year Mr. Geere, director of vocal music, selects new members to the A Cappella Chorus. This group gave
two concerts, one at a regular assembly hour and the other at the River Falls High School. It also sang for the
Christmas program, Baccalaureate service, and the Commencement processional. From this group was selected the
concert company which made appearances at Ellsworth, the University of Minnesota, New Richmond, and at an
assembly program. The quartets and soloists are also selected from the chorus.
The Women's Chorus, directed by Miss Wharton, furnishes an opportunity to all girls who wish to sing and
become acquainted with music suitable for chorus work. The chorus sang a group of numbers in the Christmas
concert, one with the orchestra, and in May during National Music Week appeared in an ensemble program given
by Miss Wharton.
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