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  • Piano Ensemble-April 17, 2006

    UTM PIANO ENSEMBLE
    THE FRENCH CONNECTION

    April 17, 2006, 8:00 p.m.
    Harriet Fulton Theater
    UTM Fine Arts Building

    Petite Suite
    Claude Debussy
    I. En Bateau

    Linda Farmer and Justin Crouch

    III. Menuet

    Jung Woo Kim and Crystal Crockett

    IV. Ballet

    Linda Farmer and Valerie Sanderson

    Huit danses exotiques
    Jean Françaix
    Merengue
    Baiao

    Crystal Crockett and Linda Farmer

    Pambiche
    Mambo

    Valerie Sanderson and Elaine Harriss

    Histoires

    Jacques Ibert

    I. La meneuse de tortues d'or
    II. Le petit âne blanc
    III. A Giddy Girl
    IV. Le cage de cristal
    V. Le cortège de Balkis

    Linda Farmer and Elaine Harriss

    Trois morceaux en forme de poire
    (Three pieces in the form of a pear)

    Erik Satie
    I. Lentement
    II. Enlevé
    Iii. Brutal

    Valerie Sanderson and Crystal Crockett

    Champagne Toccata
    William Gillock

    Linda Farmer, Valerie Sanderson,
    Crystal Crockett, and Elaine Harriss

     
     

     

    Justin Crouch is the pre-college student of Bettie Godfrey of Paris.

     

    Tonight's performance of Jacques Ibert's duet settings of "Histoires" is using a new publication co-edited by Dr. Allison Nelson, UTM professor emerita of music, with Dr. Maurice Hinson and released this spring by Alfred Music.