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1 2015-2016 Season Columbus Indiana Philharmonic M usical journey David Bowden, Music Director

2 As a Philharmonic title sponsor, we understand the healing power of music. Wellconnect Cancer Joint & Spine CRH Physicians Lung Endoscopy Heart Robotic Surgery

3 Freedom of Speech is music to our ears The Republics 2nd Street Office, circa 1970 Your town. Your community. Your media company. 333 2nd Street, Columbus | 812-372-7811 | 2015-2016 Season 1

4 5 12 23 31 39 51 56 For Your Information Philharmonic Educational Programs Time for Three Christmas! Celebrating The Chinese New Year A Visit To Vienna Salute! 10 17 27 32 45 54 Meet Your Musicians Sylvia Sings Gershwin Verdi Requiem 2014-2015 Contributors Music For Royalty Lobsterfest W ere so glad you joined us today! If this is your first time to hear your Columbus Philharmonic, welcome to a new adventure of listening to great music played with excellence worthy of the worlds finest stages. If attending an orchestral concert is a new experience for you, sit back, relax and let the power and beauty of the music sweep over you. If you are an experienced concert-goer, you will share with our enthusiastic and supportive audience the experience of familiar favorites along with outstanding less-well-known works played with verve and passion as though they were brand new. Plus, we offer you a wide variety of musical styles and of engaging soloists. We love music, and we love our audience members. We take great joy in participating with you in experiencing the beauty and excitement of live music-making. What a wonderful blessing we have being able to share this great gift together! To Music! David Bowden Music Director & Conductor 2 2015-2016 Season

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6 PETER PAST Campbell PRESIDENTS KING Jack Turner (1973-74) Board President Barbara Garton (1974-75) Betty Brown (1975-76) O Norm Leighty (1976-77) n behalf of your hard-working Board of Directors and staff of the Columbus Indiana Jackie Murphy (1977-78) Philharmonic, we welcome you to this concert season. During the past several months, through Sam Chizmar (1978-79) the committed work of our creative Music Director and Conductor, Dr. David Bowden, in Curt DeClue (1979-80) conjunction with our Artistic Team, an outstanding program has been developed for the 2015- 16 season. We continue to enjoy the dedicated efforts of our Executive Director Margaret Powers, who Chuck VanNatta (1980-81) assists the Board in advancing the work of the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic on a daily basis. Gary Gron (1981-82) We believe the Phil is a gem of this community and are confident this season will highlight how music is Susan Anderson (1982-83) critical, not only to the economic development of our community, but to the exceptional quality of life we Dan McKinley (1983-84) enjoy in Columbus, Indiana. Our mission is to create, educate, advocate and perpetuate orchestral, choral Phyllis Ryan (1984-85) and chamber music, including genres of all periods and styles. Your Board and Philharmonic staff accept this Elizabeth Booth Poor (1985-86) mission very seriously and hope you will enjoy the diversity of the 2015-16 musical offerings. Susan Ingmire (1986-87) We also hope you will support the Phil however you can. It may be as a season ticket holder, looking forward Alice Curry (1987-89) to every concert, or as a fan of our Cabaret Series, a new Phil tradition specifically designed to engage William Poor (1989-91) an even broader audience as well as raise money for our education and outreach programs. The inaugural Bob Kaspar (1991-93) Cabaret Series was a resounding success, pioneered through the efforts of our Marketing Committee. I am confident you will enjoy joining us at the Commons for this exciting series. Richard Stenner (1993-95, 1997-98) Barbara Kirr (1995-97) The Philharmonic is also heavily engaged in the education of our youth. Studies clearly link exposure to music with academic success. Through the wonderful work of Vanessa Edwards, the Phils Education Jane Hoffmeister Repp (1998-2000) Director, we continue to excel in offering musical experiences for students throughout the community. The Kaye Ellen Connor (2000-02) Board has embarked upon an extensive collaboration with other community partners, including the United Robert A. Orben (2002-03) Way and the Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation, to introduce music to the early childhood Robert J. Williams Ph.D. (2003-04) development programs of our local school system in addition to other organizations providing services to Mark S. Elwood (2004-05) young children from all socio-economic circumstances. This may, perhaps, be the most important initiative of the coming year. Judy Summerville (2005-06) Tom Hinshaw (2006-07) None of our work is possible without you, our patrons, supporters, and volunteers. I ask that you continue Elizabeth Lipson (2007-08) your support, but also consider bringing a friend to a concert, a Cabaret, a youth music event or our annual Lobsterfest in May 2016. In addition, we want to hear from you let us know your thoughts! Your John Erickson (2008-09) contribution and support of the Phil is critical. Tom Lego (2009-2012) So relax, and let the music begin. It will enrich your life and our community! Mark Pillar (2012-2015) Board of Directors Officers Roger Brinkman John Sasse Peter King R. Richard Cooley Joe Smith President Michael Engelstad Caitlin Smith Mark Pillar David D. Gallagher, M.D. Barry Turner Immediate Past President Camilla Gehring Warren Ward Sharon Sung Andrews Vice President Matthew T. Hotek Ex-officio Therese Copeland Stan Jackson Board Members Secretary David Kromphardt David Bowden Music Director Terry Trautman Pamela Lego Treasurer Margaret Powers John C. McGinty, Jr. Executive Director Board Members Wayne Nyffeler Beth Booth Poor Mary Clerkin Allard Gil Palmer Choral Representative Bonnie Boatwright Eric Robbins 4 2015-2016 Season

7 staff Empty Seats? Our History What A Shame! Columbus Pro Musica was incorporated in 1970 to promote and encourage an active interest in music ARTISTIC in the community. In 1987, the Board of Directors created a new professional ensemble named the Pro Dr. David Bowden Musica Orchestra and hired Alice Curry (former Music Director & Conductor President of Pro Musica) as Executive Director and Vanessa Edwards David Bowden as Music Director. 1987 also saw Youth Orchestra Director the formation of the Philharmonic Chorus with Production Manager David Bowden as the Choral Director. The name of the organization was changed to Columbus Donna Bowden Indiana Philharmonic in 1995. Orchestra Personnel Manager The Orchestra continues to thrive on a partnership Logan Strawn of the best musicians from Columbus and the Librarian & Assistant surrounding region and talented students from Orchestra Personnel Manager the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. Beth Booth Poor The Orchestra and David Bowden have received Choral Coordinator local, state, national and international recognition. Dianne Sprunger The Phil is the winner of five ASCAP awards Choral Accompanist and consistently receives rave reviews for its performances. Ruth Dwyer CICC Artistic Director In 1988-89 the Orchestra began performing annual Adventure Concerts for third and fourth Camilla Gehring graders in the south-central region of Indiana. In CICC Assistant Director If the next seat to you is empty, it doesnt necessarily mean that no one bought a ticket for it. What it 1989 the Orchestras Youth Strings program began Deb Eikenbary could mean is that someone was unable to attend with after-school instruction and in 1991 a choral CICC Coordinator the concert and didnt turn in the ticket for a tax component was added to the program. In 1996 credit. Its too bad that the ticket-holder was unable a collaboration with the Indianapolis Childrens Jay Mosier Choir formed the Columbus Indiana Childrens Recording Engineer to come, but even more sad that the seat went empty when others would gladly have purchased it. Choir. The 1993-94 season brought the Phils Youth Dale Gaumer Orchestra into existence. The youth education CD Production Emergencies do happen, but if you know in advance programs continue to thrive and growbringing you wont be able to attend a concert, why not give the joy of music to thousands of children every ADMINISTRATIVE your ticket to someone else? Or, if you prefer, you year. In 1992 an endowment fund was established may donate your ticket to us for resale. If you do: by Paul and Karen Berman and is managed by The Margaret Powers Executive Director Youll benefit because youll get a statement Heritage Fund. acknowledging your tax-deductible contribution. In 2003 the Philharmonic moved to its current Katelyn Phillips Marketing Director Someone else will benefit from being able to facility at 315 Franklin Street. Thanks to the purchase your ticket. generosity of Bob and Helen Haddad and Vanessa Edwards Cummins Inc., the building provides space for staff, Education Director The organization benefits from the extra income music lessons, a music library, storage and meetings. Mark Pillar generated from the sale of your seat. The staff has worked hard to achieve the goal of Development Director The musicians benefit. Its more fun playing to a making the orchestra an important component of Barb Kromphardt full house. the areas quality of life. The strong support from Ticketing Coordinator Just call our office at 812-376-2638 by 4 pm the area individuals, foundations and businesses, makes Ron Luther Friday before the concert to turn in your ticket. it possible for the Philharmonic to continue to Finance Manager That way, everyone benefits. fulfill its mission to the community. Concert Information Musically Speaking Everyone attending a concert must have a ticket. Musically Speaking begins 50 minutes prior to most concerts. In these entertaining, spirited and informative In consideration of the audience and musicians, most Philharmonic concerts are recommended conversations, Music Director and Conductor David for audiences age 5 and older. The December 13 concert at 3:00 p.m. is especially appropriate for Bowden and guest artists share their thoughts, ideas, younger children. insights and anecdotes a wonderful chance to Please put all electronic devices on silent. Photographing or recording any part of a Philharmonic become familiar with the performers and the great performance is strictly prohibited. The Philharmonic thanks you for your cooperation and hopes you music played by the Philharmonic. Musically Speaking enjoy many hours of music without electronic interruption. is free to all concert ticket holders. 2015-2016 Season 5

8 David Bowden Music Director & Conductor [David] is a treasure Complete Music for Organ and Orchestra, which was released on the international David enjoys performing a wide variety of repertoire from opera to symphonic standards for this community and indeed classical Naxos label. Of this release, Fanfare to pops and big band music. He especially for the entire state. stated, "[The recording is] absolutely superb . . . plenty of fire and zeal." This performance enjoys educational concerts for schools, hoping to inspire children to choose to learn to play an D and several others have been featured on Public instrument, believing that making music changes avid Bowden has been the artistic Radio Internationals Pipedreams. lives. Bowden and the Phil have been broadcast leader of the award-winning Philharmonic since its founding While a student at Wheaton, David met his wife, nation-wide many times on Performance Today in 1987. He has been recognized Donna - a registered nurse, during an intramural and other public media programs, and he has with five ASCAP Awards for Adventuresome volleyball game. Graduate school took them to guest conducted across the US and in Europe. Programming and glowing reviews. Displaying Bloomington, where David received his Master He is a member of the Pi Kappa Lambda multi-faceted stylistic versatility, his ease on the of Music in Choral Conducting at Indiana National Music Honor Society and has been podium, engaging personality, and insightful University. After teaching in the college setting listed in Whos Who in America and Whos Who interpretations have connected with audiences in the World for the past decade. He has served for several years, David returned to IU and and helped to break down traditional barriers as a member of the Board of Directors of the earned a doctorate in Orchestral Conducting. between performer and listener. Conductors Guild, an international service Davids love of singing and choral music led Born and raised in North Carolina, David has him to found the Philharmonic Chorus, which organization for conductors, and served as loved music since he was a very young child. has performed many choral masterpieces Director of the Conductors Guild New Music At the age of four, he began studying the piano during Davids tenure with the Philharmonic. Project for almost 20 years. In addition to the with his mother. Beginning in elementary Philharmonic, David is the Music Director Dr. Charles Webb, in reviewing a recent school, he was accepted as a student in piano and Conductor of the Carmel and Terre Haute performance, stated, Columbus, Indiana, with a piano professor at Duke University. can be very proud of organizations such as Symphony Orchestras. He has also worked in In addition to the piano, he has played oboe, the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic and the church music ministry for most of his life. David organ, clarinet, and viola. A magna cum laude graduate of Wheaton College Conservatory Philharmonic Chorus, both of which perform and his wife enjoy traveling, exploring new of Music majoring in piano performance at such a high level of excellence. None of these places and spending time with their families. with a minor in organ, David has a particular significant accomplishments would be possible, They are blessed to have all four parents in love for piano and organ orchestral music. however, without the skilled leadership of David good health, two beautiful daughters (and a With Dan McKinley at the organ, David and Bowden. He is a treasure for this community handsome son-in-law!), and three delightful the Philharmonic recorded Marcel Dupr's and indeed for the entire state. grandchildren to share their lives. Additional Support for Contact Us! the Philharmonic is provided by 315 Franklin St., Columbus, IN 47201 812-376-2638 The Philharmonic is a member of the League of America Orchestras. [email protected] United Way Of Bartholomew County Tickets For ticket information: [email protected] 812-376-2638 ext. 1 6 2015-2016 Season

9 margaret powers Executive Director T hank you for joining us this season. Our Musical Journey encompasses not only music from around the world but music of very different styles. While there are certain to be pieces youve heard before, there will surely be selections that will expand your musical horizons. We invite you to join us on our journeys outside of the concert hall, too: Cabaret at The Commons is bringing world-class talent to Columbus for an evening of song and stories. CICCs Preparatory Choir is growing! Prep Choir offers children in 1st through 3rd grades a fun introduction to choral music through singing, movement and music game activities. F irst Steps in Music has been introduced at two area pre-schools. Well be expanding this program, encouraging young children and their parents to begin a life-long journey of music exploration. Lobsterfest: The Phils Maine Event takes us to a New England clambake right here in the heart of Columbus! Stay connected with us online, too, for additional opportunities to explore music with the Philharmonic throughout the year. We love having you along for the journey! Our Mission The mission of the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic is to make music. We create performances in pursuit of the highest artistic achievement. We educate all ages in the joy of music. We advocate a life long interest and involvement in music. We perpetuate these activities by providing the resources needed to make them flourish. Our vision is to enhance the quality of life in our community so that all citizens have the opportunity to be touched by live, high-quality music in a manner and style meaningful to them. Our artistic policy is to present and teach a balance of the best orchestral, choral and chamber repertoire from all periods and styles, including all genres of American music and music of our time. Program Notes by Joe Nickell 2015 Cover & Book Design by John Cole | Program Book printed by HNE Printing Stock Photography provided by 2015-2016 Season 7

10 Fund a Philharmonic Chair Sponsoring one of the Philharmonic chairs, either the Concertmaster, a Principal Chair or an individual Section Chair, demonstrates your support for the musicians of the Columbus INTRODUCING Phils Indiana Philharmonic and the beautiful music they create. Available Chairs: Concertmaster$5,000 Principal Chair Bass $4,000 Family Fun Bassoon Cello Clarinet Harp Horn Keyboard Oboe Pass Percussion Timpani One-Time $25 Fee Trombone Trumpet Tuba Bring the Whole Family Viola Section Chair $3,000 $10/Adult $5/Youth Call The Philharmonic Office For more information, please contact the Columbus Indiana For More Infomation Philharmonic at 812-376-2638 x2 or email [email protected] 812-376-2638 Notables Members The Columbus Indiana Philharmonic relies not only on the Edna Appel Leah Hooker generous financial support of the community, but also the time Sharon Baldwin Katie Jerome and talents of our loyal patrons. We invite you to join The Notables as a meaningful way to support the arts in our community. Bonnie & David Boatwright Rick & Alice Johnson Pat Bridgetts Virginia Johnson Marlene Chestnut Allison Lindhorst Mary Ann Clark Sue Lindhorst John & Louise Dorenbusch Carole Marshall Bob & JayDee Edgell Dan & Elli McElroy Ella Elwood Tessa Milroy Bobbie Evans Bob & Mary Orben Dick & Joyce Fleck Clyde & Lenora Parrott Kathy Free Mark Pillar Camilla Gehring Beth & Bill Poor Chuck & Linda Grimes Margaret Powers Bob & Helen Haddad Marilyn Richardson Joyce Harmon Fran Simmermaker Bill & Jody Harter Jill Tasker & Doug Stender Wendel & Dawn Hauck Peggy Wampler Robert & Cynthia Henrich Caryn Wiggins & Paul Walorski 8 2015-2016 Season

11 We Thank Our Clients For Our 40th AnniversaryMay 1, 2015 We Thank Our Clients For Our Our We Thank 40th AnniversaryMay Clients For Our1, 40th 2015 Anniv Kirr, Marbach & Company, LLC has been privately-owned and Kirr, Marbach managed independently & Company, LLCour since haspredecessor been privately-owned was foundedandin independently managed since our predecessor Columbus, Indiana on May 1, 1975. Over the was Kirr, founded pastMarbach in &we four decades Company, L Columbus, have Indiananumerous experienced on May 1,bull1975. andOver bear the past four markets, decades economic we booms have experienced numerous bull and bear markets, independently economic booms managed sinc and busts and seen many investment fads come and go. Through it all, our guiding principle has been that we doColumbus,only one thingIndiana - man- on May 1 and busts and seen many investment fads come and go. Through it all, our guiding principle has been that we do only one thing - man- age wealth - and we manage the wealth of our have experienced clients as if it were ournumerous age wealth - and we manage the wealth of our clients as if it were our own. We are big believers in eating our ownand bustsandandinvestseen many inv cooking and invest own. We are big believers in eating our own cooking We Thank Our Clients For Our 40th Anniversa your money with the same care and passion your money with the same care and passion as Whether you have $1,000 or $10 million to as we all, weour invest, invest our investguiding we our own. would own. be principle has r Our 40th AnniversaryMay 1, 2015own. We are big believers in Whether you have $1,000 or $10 million to invest, we would be grateful grateful for for the the opportunity to invest opportunity to alongsideage invest alongside you.wealth - and we manage you. Kirr, Marbach your& money Company, LLCsame with the hasca b Kirr, Marbach & Company, LLC has been privately-owned and independently managed Whether since$1,000 you have our pre o independently managed since our predecessor was founded Columbus, in Indianagrateful foron the May 1, opportunity Columbus, Indiana on May 1, 1975. Over the past fourhave decades we experienced numerous bull and have experienced numerous Kirr, Marbach & Company,bull LLC and bear has been markets, economic privately-owned andandindependentlybooms busts and seen many managed since investment f and bustsour andpredecessor was founded seen many in Columbus, investment Indianaand fads come on Maygo.1,all, 1975. ThroughourOver the it past four guiding decadeshas been tha principle we have experienced numerous bull and bear markets, economic booms and busts and seen all, our guiding principle has been that we do only one age thingwealth - man- - and we manage the wea many investment fads come and go. Through it all, our guiding principle has been that we do age wealthonly - andonewe thingmanage the wealth - manage wealth - and weofmanage our clients asown. the wealth ifof itourwere We our are clients asbig believers if it were our in eating own. We are bigown. believers inbelievers We are big eatingin eating our own cooking our own cooking and your invest money and invest yourwith money the same care and p with the same care and passion as we your money with the same care and passion as we investWhetherinvest our own. Whether you have our have $1,000 or $10 m $1,000 or $10 million to invest, we would be grateful Whether you have $1,000 orfor$10 million to invest, we would gratefulbefor the opportunity to invest a the opportunity to invest alongside you. grateful for the opportunity to invest alongside you. 2015-2016 Season 9

12 Meet Your Musicians VIOLA BASS Logan Strawn Kaelen Decman Principal Principal Sponsored by Margaret Powers Brian McAnally Haojian Wang Assistant Principal Assistant Principal Mathew Burri Emilee Newell Sam Loeck Emily Owsinski Nate Olson Michael Sinni Christopher Alley Daniel Powers Daniel Wunderle Yi-Ting Tseng Erik Thorstensen VIOLIN 1 Benjamin Hoffman Concertmaster Sponsored by Ben & Pat Bush Eliot Heaton Assistant Concertmaster Juli Enzinger FLUTE Sponsored by Mark & Linda Pillar Kathy Dell Yerim Lee Principal Anastasia Falasca Notables Flute Chair Laura Andrews Donna M. Wilson Sarah Drake Jessica Harris Ka Mei Camille Poon Arman Nasrinpay PICCOLO Qian Zhong Jessica Harris Nick Drumm Michael Romans VIOLIN 2 CELLO Vanessa Edwards Liz SeungAh Hong Principal Principal Alice Curry Endowed Chair Mikale Klopfenstein OBOE Christina Kim Assistant Principal Nancy Argersinger Assistant Principal Sonja Kraus Principal Nicole Schroeder Chris Cho Annie Corrigan Anna Czerniak Guilherme Monegatto Jennifer Kirby Katherine Kobylarz Mercedes Lysaker Jo Stattenfield Karmen Peng Richard Silvers Virginia Joyce Rouse ENGLISH HORN Karen Durnil Cole Tutino Jennifer Kirby Katherine Floriano Hee Yeon Kim Esther Roestan Sun Huh 10 2015-2016 Season

13 CLARINET Krista Weiss Principal Stephanie Akau Erik Franklin BASS CLARINET Erik Franklin BASSOON Mackenzie Brauns Principal Ryan Caldwell Eric Louie TIMPANI CONTRABASSOON Erich Rieppel Eric Louie Principal Sponsored by Bob & Rene Kasting PERCUSSION Brian McNulty HORN Principal Ashley Cumming James Cromer Principal William Kan Kristen Fowler Eric Dumouchelle HARP Shaun Cooper Wendy Muston Principal TRUMPET Eddie Ludema Principal Sponsored by R. Richard & Lindsay Cooley Leah Hodge Keith Burton TROMBONE Alex Krawczyk Principal Ryan Miller Sean McGhee TUBA Glen Dimick Principal 2015-2016 Season 11

14 Educational Programs JCB Adventure Concerts Each year thousands of area 3rd and 4th grade students explore the world of orchestral music. These concerts blend education and entertainment. Students are introduced to the instruments of the orchestra and explore the way music makes us feel. Jammin With The PHIL Jammin with The PHIL is a free, fun, interactive, and instructive musical event for children. These events are held at kidscommons and the Foundation for Youth. First Steps In Music First Steps in Music is an early childhood music and movement program for children 3 to 4 years of age. Children explore their environments through developmentally appropriate activities, which include singing, moving, listening, creating, and playing music. Classes draw from children's songs, folk songs, classical music, and music from a variety of cultures, styles and time periods to provide a wide and varied musical experience. In addition to being playful and enjoyable to children, each class is designed to provide a solid foundation for future musical experiences. 12 2015-2016 Season

15 Making Music... Columbus Indiana Childrens Choir The CICC is a cooperative effort between the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic and the internationally famous Indianapolis Childrens Choir. The CICC includes 3 choirs: a Preparatory Choir, Descant Choir and Concert Choir. The Preparatory Choir is a non-auditioned experience for 1st-3rd grade students. Children are introduced to choral music in the rehearsal setting and take part in a choir where singing, learning and fun take place. The Descant and Concert Choirs are for beginning and more advanced singers. These choirs perform in concerts and at community events. A vocal assessment helps place your child in the appropriate choir. Assessments may be scheduled by calling the Philharmonic Education Office. 812-376-2638 ext. 7. Choral Festival A great way for new singers to learn about CICC and the joy of singing with a TEAM! Choral Festival is a week-long day camp for children graduating into grades 4-8. Participants will have lots of FUN singing, playing musical games, learning about vocal production, harmony and much more. The festival culminates in a public performance with all festival singers performing with the Columbus Indiana Childrens Choir. Online registration begins January 1 at or 2015-2016 Season 13

16 ...Changes Lives Philharmonic Strings Classes The Philharmonic offers weekly strings classes in local elementary schools, with a concert presented at the end of each semester. Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced classes are offered. Philharmonic Youth Orchestra The Philharmonic Youth Orchestra (PYO) provides an encouraging and challenging orchestral setting for middle and high school musicians. PYO musicians are mentored by Philharmonic musicians and perform in several concerts and ensemble groups each year, including the opportunity to perform side-by-side with the Philharmonic Orchestra. Membership is by audition. Strings Invitational The Phils Youth Orchestra hosts several musical groups from surrounding communities at the Annual Invitational under the direction of Music Director David Bowden and Philharmonic Youth Orchestra Director Vanessa Edwards. 14 2015-2016 Season

17 Educational Programs Musicians In The Schools This program connects the Philharmonic and other professional musicians with area youth. The musicians perform at local schools, coach students for competitions, and speak at school assemblies. Students get to see and hear up close how professional musicians work. Philharmonic Strings Camp Bring your instruments to a weeklong day camp for players of all levels. Beginners are encouraged to attend, even if your child has never touched a string instrument. Group lessons on violin, viola, cello and bass are taught by experienced instructors. Arts and crafts, swimming, miniature golf and other outdoor fun are part of every days schedule. The week culminates with a free performance the last day for families and friends. (Grades 1-8) Philharmonic Scholarships Scholarships are available so that all children can be introduced to the joy of making music. Information can be obtained from the Philharmonics Education Office at 812-376-2638, ext. 4 or [email protected] 2015-2016 Season 15

18 Sylvia Photo Credit: Rhonda Ely McNair Sylvia has left an indelible It would be difficult to top Sylvias invitations to sing the Bach B-minor Mass with the Vienna audio trail documenting her Philharmonic for Pope John Paul II at The Vatican vocal prowess with over 70 and a recital for The U.S. Supreme Court by special request of Justice Sandra Day OConnor. But, her recordings... engagements for nine of the last eleven summers T wo-time Grammy Award winner and at Ravinia Festival with Broadway legends John regional Emmy Award winner, Sylvia Raitt, George Hearn and Brian Stokes Mitchell are McNair lays claim to a three-decade, what her dreams are made of. Her Great American stellar career in the musical realms of Songbook cabaret shows have been heard in New opera, oratorio, cabaret and musical theater. Her York at the Rainbow Room, Jazz at Lincoln Center, journey has taken her from the Metropolitan the Savoy Room at Sheldon Hall, The Colony in Opera to the Salzburg Festival, from the New York Palm Beach, Feinstein's at the Regency, Aspen Philharmonic to the Rainbow Room, from the Music Festival and the famed Oak Room of the Ravinia Festival to The Plaza, from the pages of The Algonquin Hotel that made critic Rex Reed swoon, New York Times and The Wall Street Journal to the I could get used to this kind of ecstasy. London Times and the cover of Cabaret Scenes. Having appeared as a soloist multiple times with Sylvia has left an indelible audio trail documenting nearly every major opera company and symphony her vocal prowess with over 70 recordings ranging orchestra in the world, this songbird has flown the from Mozart arias with Sir Neville Marriner and classical coop. Shes retracing her star route now the Academy of St.-Martin-in-the-Fields to the with Gershwin, Porter, Sondheim and Bernstein. music of Jerome Kern and Harold Arlen with Highlights of her 2014-15 season include pianist Andr Previn. Most recently, Sylvia released performances with Leonard Slatkin and the a Christmas CD, Peace, and Romance, a disc of Latin Orchestre Nacional de Lyon in Lyon, France, to American jazz standards. Peace sold out its first run celebrate the opening concert of Slatkins 70th in a matter of weeks. Romance received a rave review birthday season, a New Years Eve gala with the from Fanfare Magazines Lynn Ren Bayley: Minnesota Orchestra and the release of Sylvias here the record is, and its fabulous. In fact, its the newest recording: Subject To Change!, a cabaret biggest surprise of its kind Ive encountered since show about her life in music, recorded live at the Diana Rosss live album of Billie Holiday standards. Aspen Festival. Numerous Pops appearances with the New York A proud Buckeye from Mansfield, Ohio, Sylvia Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Hollywood Bowl earned a Masters degree with Distinction from Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony and others continue the Indiana University School of Music, received the reincarnation of her musical gifts in the most honorary doctorates from Westminster College remarkable ways with the most rewarding results. A (1997) and Indiana University (1998), the Ohio review of her performance with Marvin Hamlisch Governors Award for Outstanding Achievement and the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra tells the in Arts and Entertainment (1999), and the Indiana tale:" ...she is that rare opera type who really gets the Governors Arts Award (2011). In 2007, Sylvia popular song. She reined in the vibrato and played to received The Gaudium Award from The Breukelein the microphone perfectly. Her matchless enunciation Institute for "extraordinary and distinctive not only delivered the words and their sentiments, contributions to the arts and public life. but also helped to etch the rhythms. Her wonderfully pure Summertime, purged of all diva carrying-on, is Please visit for up to the minute among the best Ive ever heard. - Third Coast Digest activities and news. Photo Credit: Rhonda Ely 16 2015-2016 Season

19 Gershwin Guest Artist Sponsor Marshall & Beth Sylvia Sings Middendorf Columbus Indiana Philharmonic David Bowden, Music Director Concert Sponsor Saturday, September 19, 2015 at 7:30 PM Erne Auditorium, Columbus North High School David Bowden, Conductor Sylvia McNair, Vocalist Season Media Sponsor Overture to Girl Crazy George Gershwin/McBride Lullaby for Strings Gershwin An American in Paris Gershwin Intermission Man I Love Gershwin S Wonderful Gershwin But Not For Me Gershwin Orchestral Selections from Porgy and Bess Gershwin/Bennett Clara A Woman is a Sometime Thing I Got Plenty ONuttin Bess, You Is My Woman Oh, I Cant Sit Down Theres A Boat Dats Leavin Soon for New York It Aint Necessarily So Oh Lord, Im On My Way Summertime from Porgy and Bess Gershwin Shall We Dance/I Got Rhythm Gershwin Thank you for your SEASON TITLE SPONSOR support of the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic! It is a pleasure to see you here and to share music with you! -Benjamin Hoffman 2015-2016 Season 17

20 Sylvia Sings Gershwin Program Notes I n 1898, George Gershwin, arguably Americas first first musical to win a Pulitzer Prize). And of course there that was simultaneously complex and memorable, great composer, was born in Brooklyn. Despite were the concert works ... and the individual songs ... sublime and simple. He was the first major composer to his untimely death at the age of 38, Gershwin not to mention the crowning composition, the folk opera successfully marry jazz idioms with classical forms bequeathed this nation with an array of music that Porgy and Bess, which occupied the composer for some much to the consternation of the conservative critics of has become intertwined with our cultural identity. twenty months between 193335. the day, who often derided the marriage as unholy at best. Most of his songs followed fairly standard and repetitive My own experience is probably typical: My mother Perhaps due to his love for musical theater and formulae; but his serious concert works demonstrated rocked me to sleep singing Summertime long before Id songwriting, Gershwin sustained a nagging the fact that he didnt lack flexibility or inventiveness. ever heard of George Gershwin; I studied the harmonic reputation during his lifetime as little more than a Few composers before or since possessed Gershwins pattern of I Got Rhythm in high school jazz theory Tin Pan Alley song-spinner. Yet, in the words rhythmic flare and melodic sense. classes; and Rhapsody in Blue was one of my r g e Gersh of Irving Berlin himself one of the o wi first favorite works for orchestra. Ge n most beloved songwriters of the Overture to Girl Crazy - American 20th Century the Only in Porgy and Bess did Gershwin encapsulate a Surely no American has escaped 19 rest of us were songwriters. greater number of eventual hit songs than he did in the 34 familiarity with Gershwins songs, George was a composer. 1930 musical, Girl Crazy. First produced at the Alvin which range from catchy anthems Theatre in New York with a pit orchestra that included (I Got Plenty O Nuttin, It Aint Gershwins own tastes in the famed Red Nichols Band, Girl Crazy practically Necessarily So) to jazzy melodies art could hardly be seen bubbled over with memorable tunes several of which (Fascinating Rhythm, S as provincial. As a boy, he are previewed in the medley-style Overture: I Got Wonderful) to lilting love songs talked his way into concerts ts Rhythm, Embraceable You, But Not for Me, and Ph (Bess, You Is My Woman Now). of music by such then-moderns us ot others. The premiere on Broadway also featured the Tr as Stravinsky, Scriabin, and o in Gershwins first hit, Swanee, was e Cr di hw debuts of two leading ladies who would go on to take recorded by Al Jolsen in 1920; it quickly t: Th e rs Ornstein. Later in life, he financed e Ir a and Leonore G a similarly prominent place in the public consciousness: sold more than 2 million records and a million private recordings of Schoenbergs Ginger Rogers and Ethel Merman. copies of the sheet music. From then on, Gershwin string quartets. He collected sculpture and never had to worry about money, and could concentrate art by Picasso and Chagall. And he boasted that the In the overture we will hear snippets of all those hit on churning out new music. And churn it out he did. high point of his trip to Europe in 1928 was meeting tunes, wrapped together into one of the most inviting and Few composers of his era kept up with his output: until Alban Berg. exciting bits of orchestral music that Gershwin ever wrote. his death, he composed and produced, on average, more While much of the music of those masters has still Lullaby for strings than one musical comedy per year for the stage or screen yet to spill out of the concert halls and into popular Gershwin originally wrote this short, sweet work as a (including the 1931 satire, Of Thee I Sing, which was the consciousness, Gershwin rode the line, creating music harmony exercise for his then-teacher, Edward Kilenyi, Continued on pg. 20 18 2015-2016 Season

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22 Continued from pg. 18 in 1919 or 1920. It was initially planned in two versions, premiered by the New York Philharmonic Symphony of this songwriter to engineer such a large-scale work one for piano and the other for string quartet; however, Orchestra later that year. The New York Telegram for the stage. And at a socio-cultural level, its no secret Gershwin never came through with the piano version. proclaimed the work so dull, patchy, thin, vulgar, long- that an opera about southern blacks didnt exactly jibe After a few public performances of the work during winded and inane that the average movie audience would with the traditional focus of opera. After all, most of the productions of Gershwins one-act jazz opera, Blue be bored by it into the open remonstrance. The Musical great established operas of the repertoire focused on the Monday, the composer shelved it. Courier, however, found a good deal more to like, and trials (whether tragic or comic) of the elite and white It wasnt until some forty years later that harmonica compared it to Hector Berliozs Roman Carnival and a focus which fit well with the general makeup of opera- virtuoso Larry Adler discovered the work and presented Chabriers Espaa. house audiences. it in concert in a self-made transcription for harmonica Time has been kind to the work, and today it is better Yet Gershwin persisted, and produced what has come and string quartet. The work was later transcribed for known on both sides of the Atlantic than either of those to be recognized as perhaps this countrys greatest string orchestra, which is the version we will hear tonight. works by Berlioz and Chabrier. It is surely Gershwins contribution to the operatic repertoire, Porgy and Bess. An American in Paris most carefree, lighthearted work for the concert hall. The walking rhythm with which the work begins bursts Not surprisingly, much of the operas popularity is due to During his first visit to Paris in 1923, Gershwin reportedly exclaimed to his two tour-guides, Why, this with energy, as if the protagonist is about to break into a the primary strength of its composer: songwriting. Tunes is a city you can write about! Gershwin kept his word carefree skip. The work is riddled with playful asides, such such as Summertime and My Mans Gone Now have some five years and two visits later, with An American as the incorporation of taxi horns and impressionistic found their place equally on opera stages, jazz records, in Paris. Originally conceived in two versions one bursts of instrumental squawking, plinking, and and radio, due to their beautiful melodies and richly for solo piano and a second for two pianos the work laughing. The use of polytonal chord sequences and other atmospheric scoring. took shape primarily during Gershwins 1928 visit modernisms almost go unnoticed, so naturally do they fit By 1942, those tunes were well known around the world. to Europe, during which he visited most of Europes into the overall texture of the work. That year, the conductor Fritz Reiner commissioned most prominent composers, including Ravel, Milhaud, Porgy and Bess: Gershwins occasional collaborator, Robert Russell Stravinsky, Prokofiev, and Berg. Selections for Orchestra Bennett, to produce a suite of orchestral arrangements As was typical for the gregarious composer, Gershwin At the height of his career, Gershwin decided to take of music from the opera. Following a sequence set out by played the work-in-progress for most of his musical a gamble: He would produce a huge work for the Reiner (one which deviates considerably from the flow peers, who greeted it with a range of comments. Ravel stage, a folk opera written expressly for a large cast of music in the opera), Bennett produced the music we liked it. Prokofiev thought it had some potential. Vernon of African-American performers (then still rare on will hear tonight. Youll hear familiar melodies including Duke didnt. And Poulenc proclaimed it his favorite 20th the opera stages of the world), with no commission or It Aint Necessarily So and Bess, You Is My Woman century classical composition. guarantee of a performance. Now, as well as many of the atmospheric and exciting The range of comments was echoed when the work was At an artistic level, critics openly doubted the capacity orchestral sections from the opera. 20 2015-2016 Season

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24 Time For Three Simply put, theyre a knockout! as playing originals and their own arrangements of everything from bluegrass and folk tunes to pick-up rock bands at Curtis Institute between concert debuts at the most prestigious halls in Three benevolent monsters ingenious mash-ups of hits by the Beatles, Kanye the world. West, Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake and more. monsters of ability and Ranaan Meyer is a double bassist redefining the Time for Three, or Tf3 for short, has electrified technique surely. full-house crowds in Carnegie Hall and the career path of a professional musician. Ranaan began playing the double bass at age 11 and has Sir Simon Rattle famed jazz club Yoshis in San Francisco. The worked with many of the double basss greatest A trio has made guest appearances at National Football League and the Major League Baseball teachers. Ranaan currently performs on a Cavani t first glance, the members of Time for Three come off as just three dudes in a games, and theyve performed for crowds soaring double bass made in Italy circa 1892 and a Reid band. As the music begins to flow, its to 300,000 at the Indianapolis 500 race. The Hudson bow. Committed to enhancing his live obvious that violinists Zachary De Pue groups bullying-prevention YouTube hit video, sound, his setup includes a Mackie 12 channel and Nicolas Kendall and double-bassist Ranaan Stronger, has inspired students across the globe, mixer, Ernie Ball volume pedal, and Digitech Meyer make up a group that defies any traditional eliciting features on CNN and the Huffington Bass Driver. genre classification, happily and infectiously. Post. Since 2009, Time for Three has held a hugely successful residency with the Indianapolis A rising star among both classical and crossover Since Tf3 were fellow students at Philadelphias music fans known for his virtuosic, highenergy Symphony Orchestra, helping to expand the Curtis Institute of Music, they have wowed media orchestras audience with innovative outreach. performances, violinist Zachary De Pue was and fellow artists alike with their charismatic appointed concertmaster of the Indianapolis musicianship. With an uncommon mix of Nicolas Kendall picked up his rst violin at the virtuosity and showmanship, the American trio age of three. With an insatiable appetite for a Symphony Orchestra in 2007 and became one of performs music from Bach to Brahms and beyond, diversity of expression, he went to the streets of the youngest concertmasters in the country. Zachs giving world-premieres by Pulitzer Prize-winners Washington D.C. to play trash cans for lunch violin was made by Ferdinand Gagliano of Naples, William Bolcom and Jennifer Higdon as well money as a teenager. By college, he was forming Italy, in 1757. We never imagined we would have this kind of successful career when we started jamming together, but to quote our video we can always be better, faster, stronger. - Tf3 Check out Time For Threes anti-bullying message at 22 2015-2016 Season

25 Johnson Distinguished Three Guest Artist Sponsor Time For Columbus Indiana Philharmonic David Bowden, Music Director Saturday, October 17, 2015 at 7:30 PM Erne Auditorium, Columbus North High School David Bowden, Conductor Time for Three Zachary De Pue, Violin Concert Co-Sponsors Nicolas Kendall, Violin Ranaan Meyer, Bass Sunrise from the Grand Canyon Suite Ferde Grof On the Trail from the Grand Canyon Suite Ferde Grof Orange Blossom Special Ervin Rouse/Time for Three Sarabande from Holberg Suite, op. 40/Blackbird Edvard Grieg/Beatles/Tf3 Firework Katy Perry/Tf3 Hungarian Rhapsody Johannes Brahms/Tf3 Czrds Monti/Tf3/Hackman Intermission Shenandoah/Foxdown Meyer/Hedges Cry Me a River Timberlake/Hackman Concert PartnerS Cloudburst from Grand Canyon Suite Ferde Grof Fiddle Jam on Jerusalem Ridge Bill Monroe/Tf3 Hallelujah Cohen/Hackman Little Iron Man Mumford & Sons/Hackman SEASON TITLE SPONSOR Season Media Sponsor 2015-2016 Season 23

26 Time For Three Program Notes Ferde Grof and Grof shared a desire to make a mark in the wrote. I was determined to put it all to music. Grand Canyon Suite so-called legitimate music world of classical music. Grof did so in a style that blends European- During the 1920s, no name was more synonymous Popular music may have paid the bills and brought style Romantic harmonies and textures with with jazz music than that of Paul Whiteman. fame; but it was within the hushed orchestra halls Whitemans large jazz band was responsible for that most musicians of the time still believed their sharply illuminated pictorial gestures. The first 28 number-one records during that decade alone; true greatness was to be measured. movements long and dramatic crescendo evokes his support helped launch the careers of many its titular Sunrise, while the mysteriousness of Grofs work on Rhapsody in Blue proved to be musicians including Billie Holiday, Bing Crosby the second movement takes the listener onto his own entre into that realm. After the works and Paul Robeson. premiere in late 1924, Grof wrote quite a number the arid yet strangely beautiful Painted Desert. Yet behind the scenes, most of the Whiteman of works that found a place in the concert hall. The third movement, On the Trail, is the bands best-known music was arranged, not by He focused particularly on musical portraits of the suites most widely heard music thanks to the Whiteman, but by a pianist named Ferde Grof. American landscape and individual people: there cigarette company Philip Morris, which used its Trained as a classical composer and skilled on was the Mississippi Suite, the Death Valley Suite, vivid and playful clip-clop of horses as a musical multiple instruments he was hired as a violist the Kentucky Derby Suite, and even a tone poem signature for various radio and television shows with the Los Angeles Symphony when he was just dedicated to the football star, Knute Rockne. for many years. 17 years old Grof became the most important In 1931, Grof introduced the piece that would arranger of the jazz world. Sunset follows, and then a dramatic become his most enduringly popular, the Grand Cloudburst that ends the music with a bang It was Grof who took George Gershwins piano Canyon Suite. Organized in five relatively brief (and a wind machine). score of Rhapsody in Blue and transformed movements, the music depicts scenes of life it into the concerto-like piece for piano and within Americas most famous natural wonder, a In writing music that tickled the senses of audiences, orchestra that we all know today. Gershwin may place that Grof admitted was something of an Grof rejected the ambiguity and complexity that have written the melodies and harmonies; but the obsession in his life. defined modernism in his time. This is musical spicy instrumental combinations are pure Grof. The richness of the land and the rugged optimism Americana at its sunniest. From sea to shining sea, In addition to their musical collaboration, Gershwin of its people had fired my imagination, he later those are values we can still appreciate. 24 2015-2016 Season

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28 Columbus Indiana Philharmonic Chorus C onducted by Music Director David Columbus area comprised the original Chorus. Lowe, and Leonard Bernstein. Bowden, the Philharmonic Chorus Over the past 28 seasons, a number of those The Chorus consists of approximately 80 members encompasses a wide range of skill singers have participated regularly with other local level and experience from high school and regional singers in each of the choral concerts. and does not require an audition to join. Any students to mature adults. It is the Choruss singer who can read music, finds pleasure in the The wide repertoire of the Chorus includes mission to serve as part of the orchestra during teamwork of chorus participation and is willing to performances of such classical works as Bachs St. the concert season, performing choral-orchestral strive for musical excellence is encouraged to join. Matthew Passion, Leonard Bernsteins Chichester works. It is the largest and most significant adult Psalms, Peaceable Kingdom and numerous other Join Our Chorus! We welcome you to join the education program of the Philharmonics wide pieces written by Randall Thompson, Honeggers Philharmonic Chorus, helping singers strive for range of educational offerings. King David, many works composed by John musical excellence. The Chorus, conducted by Founded in 1987, the Chorus has played an Rutter including his Requiem, and Handels Israel Music Director David Bowden, includes volunteer integral role in the Philharmonics concert in Egypt. The Chorus has also performed all of programming. In its first concert, soloists Sarah the choral-orchestral music of Johannes Brahms. singers of all ages. We rehearse Monday evenings, Kittle, Janie Gordon, Victor Floyd, and Owen Lighter concerts have included opera choruses 7 to 9 p.m. at First United Methodist Church. Hungerford sang Serenade to Music by Ralph and the Broadway music of Andrew Lloyd For information, contact Beth Booth Poor at 812- Vaughan Williams. Fifty-two singers from the Webber, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Lerner and 343-0922 or [email protected] knitters nook your friendly local yarn shop classes, helpful staff, amazing variety | 812.657.7669 | 675 Reeves Way, Columbus MENTION THIS AD FOR 10% OFF YOUR PURCHASE! 26 2015-2016 Season

29 Requiem Concert Sponsor Verdi Columbus Indiana Philharmonic David Bowden, Music Director Sunday, November 15, 2015 at 7:30 PM Season Media Sponsor Erne Auditorium, Columbus North High School David Bowden, Conductor The Philharmonic Chorus David Bowden, Artistic Director Requiem In Memory of Manzoni Giuseppe Verdi Requiem e Kyrie Dies irae (Sequence) Dies irae Tuba mirum Liber scriptus Quid sum miser Rex tremendae Recordare Ingemisco Confutatis Lacrymosa Intermission The Columbus Indiana Offertorio Philharmonic is such a Sanctus special organization. Agnus Dei The commitment to the Lux aeterna Columbus community and Libera me to music education in the area has always impressed me. I very much enjoy the comradery and the quality of musicianship among the members of the orchestra. Performing together is always SEASON TITLE SPONSOR such a joy, and some of my greatest musical experiences so far have been with this orchestra. I am blessed and honored to play with the CIP. -Donna Wilson Photo Credit: Rachel Jahrsdoerfer 2015-2016 Season 27

30 Verdi Requiem Program Notes died in 1868, Verdi was already an important the vocal soloists even seem to take on character musical voice in Italy, having already composed roles in the music. Indeed, one section the two of the three operas for which he is best Lacrymosa is largely lifted from a discarded remembered: La Traviata and Rigoletto (the duet from Verdis opera, Don Carlo. third, Aida, came soon thereafter). Perhaps not surprisingly, critical reaction to the But even with his own fame growing, Verdi work was mixed. Many critics (in particular, recognized the importance of the passing of the the influential German conductor Hans von elder statesman of Italian music, and resolved to memorialize the composer in grand fashion. Blow) condemned the work as irreverent. He conceived a plan to produce a Requiem in Blow went so far as to make several scathing Rossinis honor, with each movement written public pronouncements before having even by a different Italian composer; Verdi himself heard the work: would produce the Libera Me movement. With this work the all-powerful despoiler of The piece was to be performed only once, Italian artistic taste and ruler of the taste he with neither composers nor performers paid has despoiled presumably hopes to eliminate for their services. Plans for this event received widespread publicity from the outset, and the last remains, irksome to his own ambition, the anticipation rose as all twelve composers of Rossinis immortality ... Surreptitious glances produced their portions of the music. at this newest manifestation of the composer of Trovatore and Traviata have not exactly whetted However, the performance plans soon fell in shambles, and the event disintegrated into our appetite for this so-called Festival... a major public embarrassment for Verdi, in But despite such naysaying, Verdis Requiem particular. Verdis music was eventually returned quickly gained international acclaim, with Verdi to him some five years later, in 1873. himself conducting the work around Europe. Around that same time, the great Italian novelist And in hindsight, it is easy to understand the Alessandro Manzoni died. Verdi had revered works popularity. Manzoni even more highly than Rossini, and It is abundantly clear that Verdi took from the the death of the author precipitated a new plan from Verdi although this time, he knew sacred text similar cues to those he took from better than to make any public fanfare or to operatic libretti. While this may not reflect a rely on the generosity of others to see his plan pious mindset, it certainly provides the work through. with a breath of life that far too many religious compositions over the ages have lacked. On the day following Manzonis death, Verdi wrote a rather non-committal message to his In Verdis hands, the Dies irae (Day of music publisher: I am profoundly saddened by Wrath) becomes not merely a lament, but the death of our Great Man!...I will come soon a horrifying portrait of the Last Judgment, to visit his grave, alone and unseen, and perhaps complete with all the thunder, trumpet-calls, (after further reflection, having weighed my and fervor that might attend such an historical own strength) to propose something to honor moment. The Libera me (Deliver Me, O his memory. The Giuseppe Verdi monument in front of the Pallavicino Lord) section, with its soprano solo set against Rocca in Busseto, Italy. It didnt take Verdi long to firm his resolve, the chorus and orchestra, seems to tell a story, for on June 3 he again wrote to his publisher, in which the soprano seeks peace and solace in a saying that he hoped to compose a Requiem in world of confusion, sadness and chaos. When Giuseppe Verdi died in 1901, his funeral Manzonis honor, to be performed on the first was an event of international importance not anniversary of the authors death. The publisher Throughout the text (as in his operas), Verdi just to the wealthy patrons and scholars of the secured a commitment from the mayor of found inspiration in what he referred to often music world, but to ordinary citizens across Italy Milan to provide and pay for the services as the parola scenica individual words or and beyond. Hundreds of thousands of mourners of the performers; Verdi himself would conduct phrases that sparked his creative imagination lined the route of his funeral procession through the premiere. This time, the event went off and became the pivotal points of his musical Milan, many singing along to a rendition of Va without a hitch, and proved to be one of Verdis expression. There is not a slack or uninspired pensiero, the chorus of Hebrew slaves from greatest successes. moment in the whole, grand-scale work. his opera, Nabucco. To those who attended the That this Requiem had its foundations in a public event, Verdi represented not just a musical hero, More than a hundred years after Verdis own memorial event, rather than as a religious mass, but a symbol of the Italian nation. holds significance or, at least, explains a good passing, we can see this work out of its own But just as Verdi had come to represent all bit about the style of the work that resulted. historical context and appreciate it for what that was great in Italian musical art, he himself Instead of the reverent, ecclesiastical form that it is: one of the greatest, most passionate inherited that mantle from his predecessor, most previous Requiem Masses had taken, Verdis expressions of grief, longing and redemption in Gioacchino Rossini. By the time Rossini product was highly operatic, to the extent that the repertoire. 28 2015-2016 Season

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32 Columbus Indiana Childrens Choir The CICC is a cooperative effort between the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic and the internationally famous Indianapolis Childrens Choir. The CICC includes 3 choirs: a Preparatory Choir, Descant Choir and Concert Choir. The Preparatory Choir is a non-auditioned experience for 1st-3rd grade students. Children are introduced to choral music in the rehearsal/general music setting. The preparatory singers will experience music through singing, movement and music game activities. Prep singers will have a limited appearance with the CICC performance ensembles at the CIP Holiday Concert. Prep Choir is a 12 week music education program and will meet from November 2 December 13, 2015 and February 22 April 2, 2016. Contact Ruth Dwyer for more information or to register at [email protected] Performance Choirs: The Descant and Concert Choirs are for beginning, intermediate and advanced singers in grades 4-9. Descant choir, under the direction of Camilla Gehring, performs in concert for local and a regional events. Concert Choir, directed by Ruth Dwyer, performs locally and abroad. CICC Concert Choir has performed in New York Citys Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Centers Avery Fisher Hall. They have toured throughout the USA, Spain and Central Europe. The CICC performance choirs sing annually in concert with the CIP. We rehearse one day a week from September through June. Join the Choir: A vocal assessment helps place your child in the appropriate choir. Assessments may be scheduled by calling the Philharmonic Education Office 812-376-2638 ext. 7 or by contacting Ruth Dwyer at [email protected] See pages 44-46 for more information about CICC. tayler Brown Seymour Scholarships 2015 Brown Vocal Scholarship Winner T ayler is thrilled to be performing with the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic after winning the Anna Newell Brown Scholarship for Vocal Celebrating its 29th year, the Anna Newell Excellence in February 2015. Tayler is currently Brown Award for Vocal Excellence has majoring in theatrical studies at Ball State become one of the most highly regarded University in Muncie, Indiana. Some of Taylers scholarship competitions in Indiana. The award was established in honor of Anna past roles onstage include Ruth in The Pirates Newell Brown, an accomplished vocalist, of Penzance, Puck in A Midsummer Nights patron of the arts and grandmother of Jeff Dream, Calliope in Xanadu, and Trix the Brown, fifth generation of the Brown family Aviatrix in The Drowsy Chaperone. to lead Home News Enterprises (parent company of the Republic). Tayler sang in various ensembles directed by Janie Gordon at Columbus North High School, The Betty F. Brown Award for instrumental Excellence, established by Jeffs father, including Concert Choir, North Stars Womens Bob, honors Jeffs mother, an accomplished Show Choir, Debuteens and Music Men Mixed Show Choir, and 25th Street Singers Advanced musician and a guiding force behind the Vocal Jazz. Tayler received private vocal lessons from Julianna Drerup and Camilla Gehring. establishment of the Columbus Indiana While Tayler enjoys singing, dancing, and acting, she also loves sharing her passion with kids in Philharmonic in 1987. the community. She has been a drama camp and show choir camp counselor for several years. Her Administered by the Heritage Fund the responsibilities in those camps ranged from assistant directing to music directing to choreographing. Community Foundation of Bartholomew Tayler also directed Northside Players in their fall production in 2014 as her senior project. Tayler County, the competitions encourage formal music training for students and help to worked on the auditorium staff as a technical assistant under John Johnson her senior year, which strengthen the school and community gave her a greater knowledge and appreciation for technical elements as she continues performing. music programs. 30 2015-2016 Season

33 Concert Sponsors Christmas! Columbus Indiana Philharmonic David Bowden, Music Director Sunday, December 13, 2015 at 3:00 PM & 7:00 PM Erne Auditorium, Columbus North High School David Bowden, Conductor Tayler Seymour, 2015 Brown Vocal Competition Winner Columbus Indiana Childrens Choir Ruth Dwyer, Artistic Director Camilla Gehring, Assistant Director Concert PartnerS Commonwealth Christmas Overture Malcolm Arnold Prelude to Hansel and Gretel Engelbert Humperdinck Ave Maria Schubert/Wilhelmj Die Fledermaus Overture Johann Strauss, Jr Mein Herr Marquis (Laughing Song) Johann Strauss, Jr The Christmas Song Mel Torm Holiday Memories arr. Powers Winter Wonderland Frosty the Snowman Santa Claus is coming to Town Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Santa Baby Javits/Springer/Powers Intermission Little Bolero Boy Robert Wendel Chanukah Suite Danenberg & Soifer MPACT FORGE White Christmas Irving Berlin A Star Dances, An Angel Sings Gilpin/Powers Laudamus Te Antonio Vivaldi Candlelight Carol John Rutter Hine Ma Tov Leck/Powers The Holly and the Ivy Dwyer/Ellis We Wish You a Merry Christmas arr. Harris SEASON TITLE SPONSOR Season Media Sponsor 2015-2016 Season 31

34 2014-2015 Contributors The Columbus Indiana Philharmonic is grateful for pledges and donations to our Annual Fund Drive between 8/1/2014 - 7/31/2015. The financial support made by these individuals and organizations ensures that the Philharmonic can continue its tradition of excellence in providing concerts and music education programs that enhance Columbus reputation as a vibrant community dedicated to the arts. BRAVO Rebecca Hoffmann PATRON Srikanth Padmanabhan Robert E. Kirk $10,000 + Thomas & Mary Kendrick $100-$249 & Usha Raghavan Larry & Lynn Lucas Robert & Helen Haddad In Memory of Donald Munger Anonymous Rebecca Rehbein Tally & Lisa Lykins family Margaret Powers & Jim Lucas Dede Abts Charlie & Suzie Rentschler Mr. & Mrs. Greg Marshall Roxie Kindelsperger Yvonne Achterberg Carolyn Ricke Mary Ann McCray GOLD BATON In Memory of Kris Kindelsperger Mary & Aaron Allard John & Marilnn Rondot $5,000-$9,999 John & Liz Lipson Ted & Donnetta Anderson JoAnne & Bob Rother Elaine Merkel Ben & Pat Bush Dan & Elli McElroy Dan & Susan Arnholt Peg Roush Irida Miller Cheryl & Bruce Cazenave Lynne Maguire & Will Miller Cathy & Willis Bahnsen Bob & Mary Sawin Pat Murphy Richard & Lindsay Cooley Clyde & Lenora Parrott Mr. & Mrs. Robert Banister Ilya Schwartzman William Orben Mark & Linda Pillar Kevin Preuss & Lisa Duret Thomas Baugh Emily Sharpe Jim & Sue Paris Dr. Sorin Pusca Karen Berman Rick & Philippa Shedd Ryan & Andrea Pivonka SILVER CIRCLE In Honor of Kevin Preuss Paul & Pat Bippen Sam & Fran Simmermaker Repp Associates $2,500-$4,999 & Lisa Duret Tal & Betsy Bosin Caitlin Smith Vicki & Bob Rigney Marc A. 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Coyner Amanda Williams Chuck & Janet VanNatta Anonymous Donna Crim Barbara Tuttle Patrick & Sharon Andrews Ruth Davee FRIEND Tom & June Ann Vickers CONDUCTOR'S CIRCLE Laura Baker Roger & Ann DeVore Up to $99 Greg & Bettie Wessel $1,000-$2,499 Mr. & Mrs. R. M. Bowden Deborah Divan Anonymous Lisa Westmark Anonymous Wally & Sandy Cantrell Kenneth O. Dunn LeAnne Anderson Greg & Camille Willmore David & Donna Bowden Dave & Liz Clark Wayne & Teresa Eberhard Pauline Barnes Garnett & Mildred Winchester In Honor of our parents, Mr. & Mrs. William Cole Ed & Vivian Eckerly Warren & Janice Baumgart Mr. & Mrs. Karl Wolff Donald & Ruth Sjaardema, Spencer Dell Joy & Daryl Emery Linda S. Becker Tom & Gertrude Woods Marshall & Phyllis Bowden John & Louise Dorenbusch Paul & Karen Finke Joann Benedetto In Honor of our Granddaughters, David & Wilma Doup Sandra Finkel Raymond Betz Dot Yeaton Eliana Christine & Zack & Glinda Ellison David & Cindy Force Diana Black Katelyn Elizabeth Hoff Joyce & Dick Fleck Sherm & Jacquie Franz Chap & Mary Ann Blackwell III HEARTSTRINGS Roger & Janet Brinkman Dale & Karen Gaumer Cliff & Jan Gardner Winter Bottum Heartstrings donations Mary Ann Clark Ken & Hedy George Dwight & Linda Grooms Clarel Brandenburger enabled us to share the joy Dr. & Mrs. David Gallagher In Honor of Janie Gordon Ramon Hass Bob & Priscilla Brown of music with those who Jon & Camilla Gehring James & Suellen Gillespie Kim & Helen Henderson Ed & Donna Browne otherwise would not have Matthew & Theresa Hotek In Memory of Kris Kindelsperger Leah Hooker Daniel & Anita Burton been able to attend a concert. Owen & Annette Hungerford Bill & Jody Harter Art Hopkins Landscape Architect Barbara Campbell Stan Jackson Don & Dody Harvey In Honor of Tom Baugh John & Jean Chambers Sharon K. Baldwin Rick & Alice Johnson Robert & Cynthia Henrich Tim & Wanda Huffman Marlene Chestnut Linda S. Becker Peter & Cathy King Don & Paula Herlitz Mrs. Dick Johnson James & Saundra Coffman Nancy Ann Brown Jean & Julius Lauderdale Gordon & Annalee Huey Susie Johnson Colleen Coleman Dr. & Mrs. George Brueggemann Tom & Pam Lego Laura M. Hurt Ann & Bill Jones Frieda Crawford Mary Butler Richard & Susan Miller Drs. Chris & Tami Iorio Bruce & Mikale Klopfenstein Dave & Laura Crossman Donna Crim Bob & Mary Orben Janet & Roger Lang Dave & Barb Kromphardt Jacque Douglas Paul & Jan Davis Dr. Richard L. Pitman Ken & Christy Langston Gordon & Barbara Lake James Dudley Rev. & Mrs. Thomas Going In Memory of his sister Joan Birch Joseph & Lisa Lohmeyer Ryan Lauer Don & Jean Duerstock Elizabeth Booth & William Poor Don & Diane Michael Alice Leonard Nancy & Joe Dutton Don & Dody Harvey John & Donna Sasse Bob, Mary & Diane Moore John & Judy Lind Carl Eddy Toots & Jim Henderson Barry & Donna Turner John & Susan Nash Bill & Karen Lion Fabulous Females Ruth Henney Tom & Sara Wood Grace Orr Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Ludlow In Memory of Kris Kindelsperger Donald & JoAnn Jones Susan Pickens & Ron Luther Patricia Gilson Mr. & Mrs. Thomas McMahan BENEFACTOR David Borcherding Shirley A. Lyster Mary Jane Gordon Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Meyer $500-$999 Dr. & Mrs. Edward L. Probst In Honor of J. Robert Sheedy Jim & Nancy Green Dick & Nancy Nyers Anonymous Charles & Judy Richardson Carole Marshall Frank & Barbara Hager Sandra Oliverio In Honor of Margaret Powers Marilyn Richardson In Memory of Charles Dave & LaDonna Hall & Mark Pillar Theodosia & Stephen Rush & Marie Schwacke Don & Patsy Harris Adrian Parrilla Levario Edna Appel Mr. & Mrs. A. Hutch Schumaker II Marilyn Mauzy In Memory of Ardie Conlin Chris J. Price Brad & Carole Arthur G. Karen Shrode Julie & Harry McCawley Joseph & Linda Heldt Charles & Judy Richardson Debra & Bruce Batts In Memory of Tom & Bea Shrode Frank McCullough Sandi Hinshaw Mr. & Mrs. Jim Rumsey David & Bonnie Boatwright Suzanne & Dean Smith Paul & Lisa McHone Dick & Roberta Irwin John & Donna Sasse Jeff & Therese Copeland Mr. & Mrs. Morris Souders Dan & Tess McKinley Larry & Judy Jackson John & Nancy Sawin Joe & Sher Cunningham Jo Stattenfield John & Connie McLachlan Mr. & Mrs. Steve Jasper Martha Smock E. 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35 2014-2015 Securing The Legacy The Columbus Indiana Philharmonics endowment will ensure a brilliant future for the orchestra. Funds are managed by The Heritage Fund and used to support continuing artistic excellence and to enhance the important Philharmonic music education programs offered throughout this region of Indiana. As of July 31, 2015, pledges and donations have been received from: $500,000 & UP $1,000 - $9,999 UP TO $999 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Haddad, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. L. Paul Berman Ingrid H. & Albert E. Askerberg, Jr. $150,000 - $499,999 Mr. David Borcherding Gary & April Bardonner Mr. & Mrs. James A. Henderson and Ms. Susan Pickens Mr. & Mrs. Calvert Brand Xenia & Irwin Miller and the Estate of Dr. & Mrs. David Bowden Peggy Dell Clementine Miller Tangeman John & Kaye Ellen Connor Mr. & Mrs. John F. Dorenbusch $25,000 - $59,999 Ed & Vivian Eckerly Greg & Carol Kostrzewsky Mr. & Mrs. Marion Dietrich David & Cindy Force Lisa Marchal David M. & Barbara A. Kirr Bill & Jody Harter Steve, Michele & Katherine Marshall Will Miller & Lynne Maguire Mr. & Mrs. Don Harvey Mr. & Mrs. William E. Poor Mr. & Mrs. John Nash Louise Hillery Mr. & Mrs. John Revell $10,000 - $24,999 Tom & Sandi Hinshaw Mrs. Adrienne Savage Mary Ann Clark Dr. & Mrs. John D. Lipson Carolyn & John Seltzer Alice & Jerry Curry Mr. & Mrs. Dan McElroy Henrietta & Smith Snively Mr. & Mrs. William Hunt Don & Diane Michael Mrs. Marian J. Stark The Notables of the Philharmonic Lori Phillips Sharon Stark Mr. & Mrs. Robert Orben Bruce & Natalie Pollert Mr. & Mrs. Dearl Sweeney Joan & Howard Pearcy Mrs. Jane Hoffmeister Repp Geoffrey & Adele Vincent Mr. & Mrs. Mike Ryan Robert & Mary Williamson Joan Vogel Margaret J. Stevenson Bill & Sheryl Ziegler The Gold Baton Award Each season, the Philharmonic honors an individual, family or business for exemplary commitment to the musical arts of the Columbus area. Past honorees include: Bob and Helen Haddad The J.Irwin Miller Family Dick and Ruth Johnson Mary Clark Sam Pentzer and Tom Vujovich of Pentzer Printing The family of Robert and Betty Brown Alice OBeirne Curry David Bowden Rick and Alice Johnson Jenny Johnson Harry McCawley The Republic Vanessa Edwards Individual commitment to a group effort that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work. Vince Lombardi 2015-2016 Season 33

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40 Tianshu Wan g [Tianshu is a] winner of many National Piano Competitions in China since 2005, and has performed live on CCTV. Respected as a and the Shanghai Conservatory of Music (B.M. in Piano Performance). Her teachers include Zhu Yafen, competitions, including a distinguished artist and teacher in her native China, who also taught Lang Lang, and Nicholas Zumbro, a she was featured in a cover story of the countrys national first prize... most prestigious piano magazine, Piano Artistry. student of the legendary Rosina Lhvienne. A Tianshu Wangs biography appears in Whos Who in cclaimed by the press as a superbly Dr. Wang is currently Professor and Head of the America, Whos Who of American Women, and Whos talented pianist who plays with Keyboard Area at Capital Universitys Conservatory Who in China. The CD set Encyclopedia of Chinese prodigious technique and eloquent of Music in Columbus, Ohio. She received the Praestantia Award for Distinguished Teaching in Classical Piano Music in which she is featured as a phrasing, Steinway Artist Tianshu 2011, the highest honor given to a faculty member major performer, has been a best seller in China; and Wang has graced concert stages in the United States, China, Mexico, Singapore, Thailand, and at the university. Prior to Capital, she served on the her chamber music CDs, which were published by Taiwan. Invitations to perform in Europe are piano faculty of Sweet Briar College in Virginia. She Albany and Mark Records, have been well received also in the offing. Winner of many competitions, is also a professor and chair of the Piano Department by both the public and critics. Her solo album including a national first prize, she is active in at the Shenyang Conservatory of Music in China, entitled Piano in China that was released on the both solo and collaborative performance and has where she teaches for part of the year. Albany label was featured on the cover of Fanfare performed with major orchestras in China and Dr. Wang holds degrees from the University of magazine (March/April issue of 2012) with an the United States. She has been a regular juror of Arizona (M.M. and D.M.A. in Piano Performance) extensive interview article and enthusiastic reviews. 38 2015-2016 Season

41 Concert Co-Sponsors Celebrating the Chinese New Year Columbus Indiana Philharmonic David Bowden, Music Director Saturday, February 6, 2016 at 7:30 PM Erne Auditorium, Columbus North High School David Bowden, Conductor Tianshu Wang, Pianist Concert Partner La Scala di Seta (The Silken Ladder) Gioacchino Rossini Season Media Sponsor Yellow River Concerto Xian Xinghai, et al. The Song of the Yellow River Boatmen Ode to the Yellow River The Yellow River in Wrath Defend the Yellow River Intermission Scheherazade, op. 35 Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov The Sea and Sinbads Ship The Story of the Kalender Prince The Young Prince and the Young Princess The Festival of Bagdad The Sea Shipwreck Its great to see that a city the size of Columbus can support an orchestra like this. Because of the communitys commitment to the arts, the CIP percussionists and SEASON TITLE SPONSOR timpanist get to play top- notch instruments owned by the orchestra. We are truly grateful for their support. Brian McNulty 2015-2016 Season 39

42 Celebrating The Chinese New Year Program Notes Xian Xinghai Yellow River Concerto Far Eastern music has long held a place of special fascination for Western composers, particularly after the turn of the 20th century. Numerous works by famed composers attempted to capture the character of Eastern music, to varying degrees of success. Puccinis Turandot and Madama Butterfly (set in China and Japan, respectively) are beloved by operagoers worldwide; musical theatre lovers feel the same about Richard Rodgers The King and I, which is set in Thailand. Debussy derived much inspiration for his compositions for piano from the Javanese gamelan music he heard at the 1889 Paris Universal Exposition. And Stravinskys Le Rossignol (The Nightingale) is a veritable catalogue of Chinese influences. Why, then, do we hear so little music that is actually New Years Festival in Foshan city, China. written by Eastern composers? The answer is complex. Though many great Asian musicians traveled through Gioachino Rossini in the standard repertoire; but the overtures to many the West over the centuries, very few sought to adapt Overture to The Silken Ladder of his un- or under-performed operas remain popular their musical voices to the idiom of the orchestra; and During his lifetime, Rossini was almost entirely concert pieces. Case in point: La Scala di Seta (The Silken prior to the 20th century, their music was considered celebrated as a composer of operas, of which there Ladder), a one-act opera that premiered in 1812. Full at best a second-rate curiosity. In the early 20th were many. His first opera, La cambiale di matrimonio productions of the opera are now virtually nonexistent; century, Western-style orchestras began to form in (The Marriage Contract), was performed when he was but the lively overture has been recorded numerous China along with conservatories. But then came Mao just 18 years old. Within three years, his name was times and is played frequently. In classic Rossini style, Zedong and his increasingly strict policy of cultural virtually synonymous with Italian comic opera the Overture playfully weaves melodies from the opera isolationism and nationalism. Starting in the 1960s, both at home and abroad. into a glittering tapestry; then twists them ever tighter, Western music was banned outright, and the few Today, a relatively small handful of his operas remain ever faster, leading to a breathless ending. Western-style conservatories in China were closed. AUTO HOME BUSINESS LIFE HEALTH BENEFITS 877.372.8456 911 25th Street Columbus, Indiana Follow us at\zellerinsurance 40 2015-2016 Season

43 Xian Xinghai was born in 1905, in Macau. A gifted arpeggios call to mind the piano concertos of Born in 1844 of a distinguished naval and military young musician, he studied in the cultural centers of Rachmaninoff. family, Rimsky-Korsakov developed an early China and then, in 1929, traveled to Paris to study proficiency in music. In his Chronicle of My Musical One can easily enjoy Xians music without an composition with Vincent DIndy. Given the rising Life, the composer wrote, Before I was two I could understanding of the texts that inspired it. That fascination with music of his country, Xian might distinguish all the melodies my mother sang to me; have found a successful career in the West; but he said, each movement does reflect the spirit and at three or four I was an expert at beating time on chose to return home and fight for his country when narratives of Zhangs poems, and each carries an a drum to my fathers piano playing...I soon began Japan invaded in 1935. individual title. to sing very accurately everything he played, and Four years later, Xian heard the poet Zhang The first movement, The Song of the Yellow River often sang with him; then I began to pick out the Guangnian read a group of poems collectively titled Boatmen, offers a vivid depiction of the river rushing pieces with the harmonies for myself on the piano; Yellow River. The poems paid homage at once to through a stunning canyon; boatmen sing together and, having learned the names of the notes, would the beauty of Chinas most famous river and to the as they valiantly conquer the waves. The second stand in another room and call them out when they strength of the Chinese people. With permission movement, Ode to the Yellow River, takes an even were struck. from Zhang, Xian set the poems to music in just six more Romantic view of the place and its people, who Despite his precocious talent, the boys true passion days. His Yellow River Cantata would later become tower in the East like the lofty Kunlun Mountains. was for the military, which employed both his father one of the few classical works accepted by the and his elder brother. At the age of twelve, young Communist Party in China. The third movement provides the most quintessential Nikolai was enrolled in the College of Naval Cadets blend of Chinese and Western styles. Titled The In fact, the work became so central to the Chinese in St. Petersburg. He graduated in 1862, just a few Yellow River in Wrath, it begins with a beautiful identity that in 1969 a committee of composers was months after his brother (Nikolais senior by 22 Chinese flute melody, eventually balanced against the formed to adapt Xians music as a piano concerto. The years) was appointed to the colleges directorship. piano. A dark mood sets in, depicting an occupation resulting, four-movement work has since become While at the cadet school, Rimsky-Korsakov continued by a foreign army; the people rise up in defiance. This one of the few Chinese works heard regularly in to take piano lessons, though his interests were mainly leads to the fourth movement, Defend the Yellow concert halls worldwide. driven by a desire to be able to play popular opera River, which wraps up the concerto in a bravura While much music of the mid-20th century is expression of Chinese resolve and strength. songs. He also continued to seek out concerts, and was considered challenging to the ears of audiences, consistently entranced by the new music of Berlioz, the Yellow River Concerto is anything but. With Nikolai Rimsky Mendelssohn, Chopin, and especially a fellow its extremes of excitement, lush beauty and Korsakov Scheherazade Russian composer, Mikhail Glinka. In 1859, Rimsky- tenderness, the music echoes nothing so much Nikolai Andreyevich Rimsky-Korsakov: a mouthful Korsakov began to study with a new teacher, Theodore as the high Romantic music of Tchaikovsky; its of a name for one of the greatest composers ever to Canille, who influenced his style and taste, as well as immediately memorable melodies and waves of emerge from tsarist Russia. his understanding of harmony and musical form. Continued on pg. 42 CELEBRAT E T HE SOUNDS OF YOUR L IF E Evaluating-Education-Fitting Life Sounds Good Dr. Kristi Conner 3105 Middle Road, Suite B 812-372-1886 Board Certified Audiologist www.LIFEsOUndsgOOd.COm 2015-2016 Season 41

44 Celebrating The Chinese New Year Program Notes Continued from pg. 41 In 1861 Rimsky-Korsakovs fate took a sharp turn of a distinct style of orchestration usually referred to and his seductive, tale-spinning wife, Scheherazade when he became acquainted with a trio of young as Russian. has been a major cornerstone of the orchestral but already widely known Russian composers: Though he composed in a variety of forms and repertoire since its premiere in 1888. The colorful Modest Mussorgsky, Mily Balakirev and Csar Cui. idioms, Rimsky-Korsakov is best known and and exciting four-movement work focuses on the Rimsky-Korsakov came quickly under the spell of remembered by modern audiences for his works tumultuous relationship between the evil sultan Balakirev. Balakirev, in turn, encouraged Rimsky- for orchestra. Chief among them are three works, Korsakov to compose, and even helped him with Shahryar and the titular character, as told in the all composed between 1887-88, which were also the difficult task of orchestration. Within a few medieval epic, The Arabian Nights. Rimsky-Korsakovs last significant, purely orchestral years, Rimsky-Korsakov resigned from the navy, and compositions: the Spanish Capriccio, Russian Easter Not that you need to know the legend to appreciate began what was to be a brilliant career as composer, Overture, and Scheherazade. the music. Scheherazade is a fur coat of a piece: teacher, and musician. In the composers own words, these three luxuriously warm and enveloping, more than a bit Thus began a career that would shape the character compositions close a period of my work, at the end of flashy, and vivid in its evocation of Arabian nights, of Russian music for decades to come. ships tossed about at sea and exotic festivals. Historian James Lyon once wrote, Russian music was born, and died, with...Rimsky- Russian music was born, Structured in four movements, the piece Korsakov. While these bold words may features music that is at times breathtakingly over-state the point, there is no doubt that Rimsky-Korsakov had a profound and died, with... Rimsky- fast, at times lush, and always rich in texture and unique character. influence on later composers, from his pupils among whom were Igor Korsakov. - James Lyon Scheherazade also reflects its storyline at a different, more purely musical level: Stravinsky and Sergei Prokofiev to non- the relationships between various sections of the Russian composers such as Ravel, Debussy, Dukas, which my orchestration had attained a considerable and Respighi. degree of virtuosity and warm sonority... Out orchestra, and between conductor and orchestra. of anyone elses mouth, these might sound like With many small ensemble sections, solos by various Rimsky-Korsakov must be credited with the overly self-congratulatory words; but, coming from players in the orchestra, and shifts in tempo and introduction of a new treatment of the orchestra, wrote biographer M. Montagu-Nathan. He is Rimsky-Korsakov, they hardly do justice to the mood, Scheherazade lives or dies depending on the responsible for a number of innovations in the lyrical beauty, striking orchestration, and memorable focus and connection of the musicians on stage melodies of these three pieces. much as the storys heroine must maintain the region of instrumental grouping, and his influence and teaching must be attributed to the foundation Based on the well-known tale of the vicious Sultan attention of the Sultan in order to preserve her life. 42 2015-2016 Season

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46 Columbus Indiana Childrens Choir driving education and traumatic brain injury research through choral performance . Mrs. Dwyer has been the Associate Director of the Indianapolis Childrens Choir (ICC) since 1988 and ICC Director of Education in 1996. She is also the Artistic Director and Administrator of the Columbus Indiana Childrens Choir, a cooperative effort of the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic Orchestra and the Indianapolis Childrens Choir. Her work with ICC/CICC has allowed her to tour throughout the United States and abroad. Her choirs have performed for the Indiana Music Educators Association, the AOSA National Conference, in New Yorks Carnegie and The Columbus Indiana Children's Choir Avery Fisher Halls, Spain, across the USA and is recognized as one of the finest choirs throughout Central Europe. She has prepared in the nation because of the excellence choirs for performances with the Indianapolis ruth dwyer CICC Artistic Director Symphony Orchestra, the Indianapolis Symphonic of its musical education, the diversity T Choir, Indianapolis Opera, the Columbus Indiana of its membership and the quality of he effects of music education are Philharmonic and the Butler University production its contributions to the community's beyond beneficial, they are practically of Nutcracker. Mrs. Dwyers work with ICC/CICC cultural life. essential. The directors of the Columbus includes mentoring the teaching staff, conducting For 20 years, CICC has provided Childrens Choir have spent 20 years 4 choirs, teaching in the First Steps program and exceptional music education and choral proving this to be true in Columbus. This season providing music library assistance. marks the 20th anniversary of the collaboration performance experiences to children Prior to her fulltime position with ICC, Mrs. Dwyer and youth in central Indiana. Under between the Columbus Indiana Childrens Choir served the State of Indiana for 19 years as a public the leadership of Artistic Director and the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic. Help us school music educator. She has received the IMEA Ruth Dwyer, Assistant Director Camilla celebrate the high development and performance Elementary Music Teacher of the Year, the Hoosier Gehring, and CICC Coordinator Deb standards that Ruth E. Dwyer, Columbus Indiana Musician award and the IPS Rising Star award. Childrens Choir Artistic Director, instills in every Eikenbary and many others, the choir Mrs. Dwyer is an accomplished choral composer child she meets. has grown to serve hundreds of children and arranger. She has taught master classes for the each year and has become one of the Mrs. Dwyer is internationally recognized as a IU Jacobs School of Music, Butler, St. Thomas, Drake Universities and Silver Lake College. most accomplished programs of its kind. treble youth and childrens choir specialist and Kodly educator. Mrs. Dwyer has been the guest Mrs. Dwyer also works as a studio conductor for CICC choristers learn to express conductor for the OAKE National Childrens Heritage/Lorenz Publishers. themselves through a high standard Choir, numerous All-State and Honor Choirs, and Ruth Dwyer earned both her Bachelors and of choral performance and artistic the National Childrens Choir at Lincoln Center Masters degrees from Indiana University where communication. Each child develops and for MidAmerica Productions Carnegie Hall she majored in music education and voice. While vocal, musical, aural and analytical skills, Children and Youth Choral Festival. Mrs. Dwyer attending Indiana University she also received her and benefits from age-appropriate is the Founder and Artistic Director of the Hoosier Kodly certification under the guidance of Mary training of the maturing voice as Hills Choral Festival in Southern Indiana and of Goetze and Jean Sinor. She enjoys a good cup of part of a comprehensive choral music Philthrusong, Inc. (Philanthropy Through Song) coffee, visiting with family, reading, sailing and education. a non-profit organization supporting anti-drunk hiking in the mountains. 44 2015-2016 Season

47 Concert Co-Sponsor Music for Royalty Columbus Indiana Philharmonic David Bowden, Music Director Concert Partners Saturday, April 2, 2016 at 7:30 PM Erne Auditorium, Columbus North High School David Bowden, Conductor The Philharmonic Chorus David Bowden, Artistic Director INSURANCE SERVICES Columbus Indiana Childrens Choir Ruth Dwyer, Artistic Director Season Media Sponsor Crown Imperial March William Walton Arrival of the Queen of Sheba from Solomon George Frideric Handel Music for the Royal Fireworks Handel Overture Boure La Paix (The Peace) La Rjouissance (The Rejoicing) Minuet and Trio Emperor Waltz J. Strauss, Jr Pomp & Circumstance March No. 1 (Land of Hope and Glory) Edward Elgar Intermission Prince of Denmarks March (Purcells Trumpet Voluntary) Jeremiah Clarke Come Ye Sons of Art Henry Purcell Come, Come Ye Sons of Art Strike the Viol Sound the Trumpet Come, Come Ye Sons of Art Zadok, the Priest (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary) Handel It is a real pleasure to be a Aloha Oe Queen Liluokalani member of the CIP family. Can You Feel the Love Tonight? from Lion King Elton John The level of musicianship in Think on Me (text by Mary, Queen of Scots) James Mullholland this ensemble is very high, I Was Glad (Coronation Anthem) Hubert Parry but to me the distinguishing Jerusalem (And Did Those Feet in Ancient Times) Parry characteristic is the open and positive nature of our work together. This is something SEASON TITLE SPONSOR unique to this orchestra and makes rehearsals and performances a real joy to be a part of. Eliot Heaton 2015-2016 Season 45

48 Music For Royalty Program Notes Camilla Gehring is a graduate of Indiana University School of Music with a Bachelors degree in music education. She taught elementary music in Connersville, IN for three years in addition to performing regularly with the Whitewater Opera Co. in Richmond, IN. She earned her MBA from Ball State University and combined her two degrees and became General Manager of the Minneapolis Chamber Symphony. She was a professional chorus member of the National Lutheran Choir as well as being a member of the Minnesota Chorale performing with both the Minnesota Orchestra and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra. She also worked as a professional cantor at the Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis. A frequent soloist with the Philharmonic, Mrs. Gehring is also a long time member of both the Philharmonic Chorus and her church choir. She has appeared in numerous Mill Race Theatre productions and is a frequent soloist in the area. As the CICCs Assistant Director, Mrs. Gehring directs the Descant Choir and the beginning Preparatory Choir. She also maintains a full teaching schedule of private students. Camilla Gehring CICC Assistant Director Camilla and her husband, Jon, are the parents of Dominic and William, former singers in CICC. Deborah Deb Glick Eikenbary currently serves as Coordinator of the Columbus Indiana Childrens Choir, and she works as an elementary music teacher at Mt. Healthy and Southside Elementary Schools within the Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation. While Deb proves her dedication to CICC on a daily basis, she balances her involvement in other education programs through the Philharmonic, including the adult Philharmonic Chorus and the Education Board Committee. Deb has been an active member of these programs since before joining the Philharmonic staff. She is a founding member of Music EdVentures, Inc., an international organization dedicated to educating children through music. She has experience filling several roles within that organization, including participation as a board member, conference planning chair and president. She has served as a member-at-large for the Indiana Elementary Music Educators Association and is a long time member of Indiana Music Educators Association and Music Educators National Conference. A dynamic member of her church, Newbern United Methodist Church on Columbus east side, Deb currently acts as musician, leadership team chair, and treasurer of United Methodist Women. A natural fiber enthusiast, Deb enjoys spending her free time knitting, sewing, lace making (tatting), and traditional rug hooking. She and her husband, Robert, have two children, Rebecca and Steven, who are both alumni of CICC and the Philharmonics Music for Youth string programs. The Eikenbarys have been season ticket holders since the founding of the organization in 1987. My first impression of this organization, Deb says, comes from the very first concert when I was singing in the Chorus. I knew this was going to be a very fine addition to our community and I believe that has remained Deb Eikenbary CICC Coordinator true to this day. William Walton Like Elgars Pomp and Circumstance Marches, the the organ for the dukes court in Weissenfels; his Crown Imperial March Crown Imperial March is a swaggering and sunny proficiency shocked his father and impressed the William Walton first caught the ear of the British work boasting a romantic processional theme. Indeed, organist Friedrich Wilhelm Zachau, who offered public with the premiere of his oratorio, Belshazzars close analysis reveals that Walton must have carefully the boy lessons. Zachau became Handels primary Feast, in 1931. A sprawling, ambitious yet immediately studied Elgars famed marches, as the structure of mentor, instructing the boy in organ, harpsichord, appealing work, Belshazzars Feast served as notice his Crown Imperial mimics that of the Pomp and and compositional techniques. that Great Britain had found its heir-apparent to Circumstance Marches closely. By 1710, Handels career was beginning to take shape. Edward Elgar and Ralph Vaughan Williams. George Frideric Handel That year, he was appointed kappelmeister (music The work was hardly the first piece bearing witness to Music for the Royal Fireworks, Arrival of director) to the German Prince George. During a Waltons greatness as a composer (his 1921 chamber the Queen of Sheba from Solomon, and trip to London that year, Handel met the manager of piece, Faade, had earned some limited popularity), Coronation Anthem: Zadok the Priest the Kings Theatre, who accepted the composers offer but Belshazzars Feast demonstrated both a facility If George Frideric Handels father had gotten his to write an opera. The opera, Rinaldo, was written in for melody as well as an ability to handle large- way, likely none of us would know the name of a just two weeks; it was a major success and propelled scale compositions. This fact was reinforced by the man now considered one of the most prolific and Handel into the public eye. premiere of Waltons Symphony No. 1, in 1934. influential composers in Western history. Born Four years later, Prince George became King George in 1685, George possessed a natural and quite By 1937, Waltons reputation had grown to the point I of Great Britain and Ireland. Thus Handel found precocious musical talent from his youngest days; that it only seemed natural that he should be the himself composer to the king, a position that afforded but his father, a court barber who was in his mid- composer to write a coronation march for Edward him both fame and opportunities to write music for a 60s when George was born, forbade the boy to VIII. The BBC commissioned just such a work; but variety of occasions, from operas and oratorios to more study music. But wills find their ways, and with ultimately it was not used for its intended purpose, uncommon works such as his well-known Water Music help from his more sympathetic mother George due to Edwards abdication of the crown shortly Suite, penned for a royal flotilla on the River Thames. before the planned coronation. Instead, the Crown managed to get access to a small clavichord, which Handel eventually became a British subject in 1727. That Imperial March was used for the coronation of King he played when his father was asleep. same year, King George I died. Handels first commission George VI, Edwards brother. At the age of 7, George had the opportunity to play after becoming a British citizen was, therefore, to write a 46 2015-2016 Season

49 Coronation Anthem for King George II. down one of the pavilions. reference to the quotation from the toast. Handel chose to base his Anthem on the Despite that, Handels six-movement suite was The resulting composition was one of Strauss coronation of King Solomon, who, according to quickly recognized for its many merits. The most regal and purely bright works for orchestra, the Bible, came to the throne in Israel when his French-style overture is a masterpiece of pomp reflecting the hope of the moment. After conducting father, King David, was dying. King David called and excitement. The third movement, titled La its premiere in Berlin, Strauss took the tune to his on his loyal priest, Zadok, and the prophet Nathan Paix (The Peace), is one of the composers most publisher, who recommended a change of title to to perform the coronation of Solomon, saying, lovely dances, an elegant Siciliana in 12/8 time. The Emperor Waltzes. By that name or any, this is blow ye the trumpet and say `God Save King The music culminates in a final Minuet that bursts one of Strauss very finest works, and it has found a Solomon ...... (I Kings, Chapter 1). with energy and pageantry. permanent place as a concert hall staple worldwide. The Anthem that Handel wrote for the occasion Handels oratorio Solomon dates from that same Henry Purcell endeared him to British royalty for all time: Zadok year. This complex and richly orchestrated work for Selections from Come Ye Sons of Art the Priest has been performed at every coronation orchestra and double chorus recounts stories about For centuries, no British composer was held in of the British crown since King George II took the wise king Solomon, as told in Biblical and the throne. higher esteem than Henry Purcell. Born to a other texts. Today, the work is rarely heard in its musical family in 1659, Purcell showed his talents In late 1748, England and France signed the Treaty entirety; but one purely instrumental passage, the early. At age 8 he completed his first work, a of Aix-la-Chapelle, which effectively ended the War Arrival of the Queen of Sheba from Act Three, has three-part song titled Sweet tyranness. At 20 he of Austrian Succession. To celebrate and demonstrate taken on a life of its own. The sunny and vivacious was appointed organist for Westminster Abbey, a the new accord between the two countries, the music was featured at the opening ceremonies of the 2012 London Olympics. position he held for the rest of his relatively short king engaged the French scenic designer Chevalier life. Purcell died in 1695. Servandoni to construct a large pavilion in the Johann Strauss II Palladian style in Londons Green Park, to serve as Emperor Waltzes The final years of his life were, fortunately for a launching pad for a fireworks display. Interspersed By 1889, Johann Strauss was famed across Europe posterity, a time of great productivity. In 1694, with the visual spectacle would be new music by for his unmatched talents as a composer of light Purcell composed a birthday ode to Queen Mary, Handel, performed in the pavilion beneath. yet unforgettable dance music, particularly titled Come Ye Sons of Art. Set in 10 movements, the Excitement about the event was extremely high. waltzes. That year, one of the most notable events piece for chorus, soloists and orchestra enjoined a The musical dress rehearsal drew a crowd of 12,000, in international politics was a toast by Kaiser series of instruments (Sound the trumpet, Strike causing one of the first documented traffic jams on Franz Joseph I of Austria to extend the hand of the viol) to extol the merits of the queen. Not London Bridge. A week later, the main event took friendship to Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany in surprisingly, kings and queens since have embraced place. It wasnt such a success. Partway through, some Berlin. Strauss decided to commemorate the event this music both for its beauty and its unabashed of the fireworks prematurely caught fire, burning with a waltz, which he titled Hand in Hand in celebration of royal virtues. Continued on pg. 48 812-379-4559 1034 Washington Street, Columbus, IN 47201 Mon - Thur: 11-10 Fri - Sat: 11-11 Sun: 11-9 2015-2016 Season 47

50 Music For Royalty Program Notes Continued from pg. 47 Jeremiah Clark Yet Elgar didnt write this march for that express Oxford. He was hailed by some as the finest British Prince of Denmarks March purpose. In fact, the Pomp and Circumstance Marches composer of the century. Ironically, one of the pieces for which Henry Purcell of which Elgar wrote five were originally Today, Parrys name is largely overshadowed by was most widely known and beloved in the past wasnt, penned as military marches, to be performed as concert pieces, with dedications to friends of Elgars. those of a younger generation, including some of in fact, written by him. In the early 20th century, the his own students who included Gustav Holst, English conductor Sir Henry Wood rediscovered At the time he wrote the five Marches, Elgars a short piece from the late 17th century, which he Ralph Vaughan Williams and Frank Bridge. None reputation was growing in England such that any believed to be a composition by Purcell. (The mistake of his music is regularly performed in the concert work that flowed from his pen was destined to wasnt entirely Woods fault: The score that caught become a familiar fixture in concert halls. In that hall. But one work keeps his name perennially his attention was itself a misattributed arrangement context, its hardly surprising that King Edward familiar in Britain: I Was Glad, a setting of Psalm for organ from the 1870s.) Wood arranged the music VII decided to use the Pomp and Circumstance 122 for brass, organ and large chorus. for trumpet, organ and drums and titled it Trumpet March #1 at his coronation soon after Elgar Parry penned the short, celebratory work in 1902 Voluntary. Woods arrangement quickly became completed the brief work in 1901. for the coronation of King Edward VII. Settings of popular worldwide and has since remained a fixture Britons soon clamored for performances of the work, the same text had been sung at coronations since the of ceremonies and weddings. and feeding off its stamp of approval from the King, 1600s; but Parrys version took an immediate place of However, in the 1940s it was determined that the work became a sort of hymn of British national primacy. It has been performed at every coronation the music was in fact written by Jeremiah Clark, a pride, almost supplanting the national anthem as the since; it was also recently performed at the wedding of younger contemporary of Purcells. Clark originally favored music for public events. Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, penned the music for the husband of Queen Anne, And truly, if we can hear it with fresh ears, the Duchess of Cambridge as the processional music for Prince George of Denmark.. work must be recognized as one of the great the bride, her father and the bridal attendants. Edward Elgar marches of all time, combining in its melody a regal bearing and sentimental romanticism that Parrys 1916 anthem, Jerusalem, is arguably the Pomp and Circumstance March #1 Few works in the classical repertoire are more familiar few other marches have ever matched. composers most widely known work outside than Sir Edward Elgars Pomp and Circumstance England. This short choral song reflects the hope and Sir Hubert Parry March No. 1. Co-opted long ago as the ubiquitous I Was Glad and Jerusalem mystery of the text that inspired it: William Blakes tune performed during graduation ceremonies across For a significant span of the late 1800s, Sir Hubert And did those feet in ancient times, which ponders America, this march has become such a part of our Parry was one of the most respected musicians in a once-popular theory that Jesus visited England cultural ceremonial identity that its hard to separate all of Britain. He held concurrent professorships at during the so-called unknown years between his the music from the context by which it is so familiar. the Royal College of Music and at the University of youth and his ministry. 48 2015-2016 Season

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52 Benjamin Hoffman [He] gave a concert... that was Avery Fisher Hall that was hailed as bold, spirited, and technically impressive by The New York As a soloist, Benjamin enjoys performing music ranging from Vivaldi to Bach, Mozart and hailed as bold, spirited, and Times. Equally at home as a chamber musician, Korngold, as well as contemporary premieres Mr. Hoffman has performed alongside mentors technically impressive Peter Frankl, Wolfram Christ, Jorja Fleezanis, and with orchestra. Mr. Hoffman began studying the violin at age four under the tutelage of his mother, - The New York Times. Stephen Wyrczynski in Europe and in the United and continued his studies with Gabriel Pegis of States, and recently performed Aaron Jay Kerniss A the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Latica Mozart en Route and Hindemiths Kammermusik merican-Italian violinist Benjamin Honda-Rosenberg at the Hochschule fr Musik Nr. 1 at Carnegie Hall. Benjamin particularly Hoffman is an avid leader and serves as enjoys studying quartet repertoire and is a member in Freiburg, Germany and Alexander Kerr at concertmaster of the Columbus Indiana of the newly formed Quartet Orange, based in New Indiana University Bloomington. He is currently Philharmonic. Benjamin also serves pursuing the Doctor of Musical Arts degree at Haven, Connecticut. A member of a musical family, as concertmaster of the Yale Philharmonia, and he also gives concerts with his mother, father, and Yale University, where his principal studies are gave a concert under the baton of John Adams at sister as part of the piano quartet Onibatan. with Ani Kavafian. Journey inside... 50 2015-2016 Season

53 Concert Partner A Visit To Vienna Columbus Indiana Philharmonic David Bowden, Music Director Season Media Sponsor Saturday, April 30, 2016 at 7:30 PM Erne Auditorium, Columbus North High School David Bowden, Conductor Benjamin Hoffman, Violin Wine, Women and Song, Waltz op. 333 Johann Strauss, Jr. Violin Concerto in D Major, op. 61 Ludwig van Beethoven Allegro ma non troppo Larghetto Rondo (Allegro) Intermission Live music performance is a fascinating thing. There's a powerful fundamental Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, op. 68 Johannes Brahms human element involved that is hard to Un poco sostenuto Allegro find any other way. I'm not just making Andante sostenuto reference to "live" versus "recorded" Un poco Allegretto e grazioso music, but to music being shared directly Adagio Allegro non troppo, ma con brio with an audience - a literal human to human communication, often without words! As musicians, we spend countless hours practicing in an enclosed, small space, always working to hone the skills we need to make a good musical product. We hear music all the time. It's fun and enjoyable! But what I find inspirational and powerful is that moment when an orchestra, or any other kind of ensemble, after all the practicing and rehearsing, combine their individual voices into a collective communicative whole for you, the audience. That's when the magic happens! It's when you as a listener and SEASON TITLE SPONSOR we as a musical storyteller get to share thoughts, ideas and emotions for a few hours. That's what's exciting for me being a member of the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic - to have that time together sharing that musical experience at such a fundamental level. We're so glad you're here to be a part of the dialog! -Eddie Ludema 2015-2016 Season 51

54 A Visit To Vienna Program Notes Johann Strauss II of great music. We mustnt forget that in a time of To our modern sensibilities, this elaborate first Wine, Women and Song great social and political upheaval, he was an artistic movement might not seem all that unusual; but Johann Strauss was only six years old when he wrote revolutionary as well. when the concerto premiered, many complained his first waltz music. In a way, that should come as Beethoven was trained on violin and piano at an that it was indulgently, excessively long. To put no surprise: His father was already the preeminent early age by his father. His general education began it in context, Mozarts longest violin concerto, composer and conductor of waltzes in Vienna. and ended in elementary school; yet he was soon the so-called Turkish Concerto, was only about What was perhaps surprising, then and known in artistic circles for his prodigious seven minutes longer in total than Beethovens first now, was the fact that his father was musical technique and understanding. movement, which typically runs approximately firmly set against the younger As an eleven-year old assistant to 21 minutes. It took decades of musical evolution Johann pursuing his musical Bonns court organist, Beethoven was (an evolution that, among other things, embraced interests. It was only after Johann described by his mentor as a boy ever-longer forms) before audiences came to the elder deserted his family of...most promising talent...He accept Beethovens Violin Concerto as the that Johann the younger, then would surely become a second masterpiece it is. 17, was allowed to earnestly Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart if The second and third movements of the concerto pursue his musical interests. he were to continue as he has run at more common durations, balancing the In the end, the deserter begun. weighty first movement with some of the composers got his just deserts; for most beautiful and exhilarating music (the balance Perhaps little did anyone Johann II rose to far greater of the overall work is helped by the fact that the suspect the validity of this prominence in the Viennese two movements connect, creating what feels in comparison; for Beethoven was musical scene. Today, he is essence like an evenly weighted, two-movement eventually to become the only rightly famed throughout the concerto). The slow second movement casts the composer in history of equal stature world as the Waltz King, while Joha violin initially in a supportive, embellishing role; nn Strauss to Mozart. his fathers music is rarely played. We that balance slowly shifts through the course of the all recognize the best of Johann IIs tunes, among Beethoven composed his Violin Concerto in music, until a series of hefty chords announce the them On the Beautiful Blue Danube and Tales from D in 1806, in a flurry of creativity. It was during finale, a spritely Rondo. the Vienna Woods. this same period that he produced his Fourth Johannes Brahms Symphony and Fourth Piano Concerto, as well as Strauss was as prolific as he was talented: In his the widely known Appassionata Sonata. By this Symphony No. 1 in C Minor lifetime he wrote more than 170 waltzes, along with Many historians and musicians credit Johannes time, Beethoven was fully deaf, a condition which hundreds of polkas, quadrilles and other dances. led to endless despair in his life. You can scarcely Brahms for summing up the musical developments While we only regularly hear a handful of these, believe what an empty, sad life I have had for the of the 19th Century, creating in his work a kind of the consistent quality among them is astounding: quintessential Romantic style while also hearkening last two years, Beethoven wrote in late 1801. My Pick any one and youre likely to think youve found to the principles established by the masters of the poor hearing haunted me everywhere like a ghost; your new favorite. earlier Classical era. Exalted for music in a variety and I avoided all human society. of forms, from piano miniatures to four sprawling Wine, Women and Song is one of those lesser- Yet Beethovens music of this period belied his symphonies, Brahms today stands shoulder-to- known yet no-less-fine waltzes. It was originally angst and his handicap. In a style similar to that shoulder among the unquestioned greats, his penned in 1869 as a commission for chorus; of his Fourth Piano Concerto, the Violin Concerto influence laid over the music of later composers like however, the orchestral version is now the (his only completed work in the idiom) is deeply a shimmering cloak. better known. After a serene introduction, the expressive, employing a weaving and dreaming lilting dance takes form, alternating between voice which dispels all predilections of the glittering It is therefore somewhat ironic to recall that lush romance and lightheartedness a colorful bravura so often associated with concertos. The solo in his lifetime, Brahms struggled mightily and reflection of the saying that inspired the music: part, challenging as it is for the performer, often doubted that he would ever produce even a Who loves not wine, women and song remains a above all demands taste, discernment in single symphony. fool his whole life long. expression, and warm response. The problem started, in a sense, in 1854, Ludwig van Beethoven when Brahms set out to write a large- In the words of historian Harvey Violin Concerto scale sonata for two pianos. Soon, that Grace, The Violin Concerto in Born in 1870, Beethoven came of age in what we music morphed into a conception D is as great a standby to the now call the Classical era, a time when composers for a symphony. Brahms enlisted violinist as the Emperor such as Haydn and Mozart were revered for music two highly respected musicians Concerto is to the pianist, that employed formal structures, clear distinctions of the day, Julius Otto Grimm with the further claim of between melody and accompaniment, and and Joseph Joachim, to assist being better music. simplified textures. in revising and orchestrating The concerto begins the music. Over the course Beethoven, though, had a different approach. somewhat tentatively, with of a couple of years, the music His notion of music embraced more organic and five drum beats leading into a morphed yet again, ultimately sometimes even narrative structures that bent (or sunny but relaxed introduction becoming a piano concerto broke) formal rules and employed increasingly for the orchestra. The energy Brahms first large-scale work for exotic harmonies, greater dynamic range, and slowly rises, and finally the violin Lu dw n ig van Beethove orchestra. unusual textures and instrumentation. These enters in dramatic fashion via a quick characteristics would eventually become central to At its first and second performances in 1858, the flourish of vaulting octave arpeggios. Thus begins a the Romantic conception of music. concerto was quite poorly received: tepid clapping long and varied first movement, full of both tender was countered by hissing, and most of the critics We often think of Beethoven simply as a writer beauty and towering climaxes. 52 2015-2016 Season

55 ravaged the work, criticizing in particular its way he constructed, or linked, the movements of a melody in the strings that seems almost broken: traditional form. The composer, already shaken by programmatic symphony, Brahms was still working It shifts chromatically and rhythmically around, the challenges he went through to produce the with clear divisions and lucid articulation. the woodwinds shadowing along as they search work, was thrown into further self-doubt about for resolution. This proves to be the perfect setup However, deeper analysis demonstrates that his skills as an orchestrator. For years after, his Brahms was far from a mere formalist. If the for what is to come: A large-scale movement full output consisted almost entirely of works for solo structural background is clear, the character of chromatic surprises and curious turns that yet instruments and small ensembles. of Brahms ideas is his own, explains Michael somehow always seem to find their way to resolution. It wasnt until nearly two decades later that Musgrave in his exhaustive text, The Music of Brahms would finally premiere his First Brahms. The precise rhythmic mood and After the intensity of the first movement, the second Symphony. All along, Brahms worked on key (of the First Symphony) belong brings a new contrast: a lilting lullaby, luminous in the music, subjecting it to countless to the world of early Brahms... its orchestration and tone, utterly devoid of angst. revisions, abandoning entire More individual still, however, The third movement carries a similar mood at a movements and leaving it is the character of the first more upbeat pace. untouched for years at a time. subject itself, for no model At low points the composer After those two light interludes, the finale shifts in the symphonic tradition would refer to the work as back into a ruminative, searching mood. The presented two ideas of a kind of nemesis; in 1870 introduction is riddled with outbursts and sudden equal status in contrapuntal he declared he would never pauses, until a beautiful French horn melody combination as the basis of a finish the piece. Fortunately suddenly parts the clouds. This tune gives way to main subject. for the rest of us, he was another beautiful melody, and with that the music wrong. Brahms First Symphony has often begins to move along, ever more exciting, toward Much of Brahms trepidation been compared to the symphonies Joh of Beethoven; yet in the end, it is a its finale. At 17 minutes, the fourth movement regarding his symphony stemmed annes Brahms uniquely personal expression, imbued with is not much shorter than what has come before; from its traditional, classical leanings. Brahms lived in an age in which traditional the richness, complexity, and confidence that mark it is Brahms longest symphonic movement, and forms were being challenged as never before; the all of this composers great works. After its premiere arguably his most varied. Yet never does this traditional sonata form employed by the likes of in 1876, the First Symphony quickly gained a place music seem slack; to the contrary, it is one of Mozart and Beethoven had given way to more in the standard repertoire of orchestras the world the most dramatic symphonic movements ever programmatic structures. In the words of the over--a position it has maintained to this day. written. Brahms may have questioned his ability to Grove Dictionary, At a time when the status of a The music begins with a dramatic flourish: an finish this piece; but when he finally did, what a progressive composer could be measured by the insistent beating of the timpani contrasted by a remarkable gift he gave the rest of us. + + = Aural Retention {Be Heard. Be Successful.} 2015-2016 Season 53

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