The Program

The
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
at the
CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS
on
FEBRUARY 19, 1976
presents

A RECITAL IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF SOMETHING OR OTHER

by
DAVID OCKER, clarinetist
with
TOM SCHULTZ, pianist
SCOTT FESSLER, trumpeter
CHARLES LEVIN, percussionist

PETITE PIECE CLAUDE DEBUSSY
GRAND DUO CONCERTANT CARL MARIA v. WEBER
  • Allegro con fuoco
  • Andante con moto
  • Rondo. Allego
A SET FOR CLARINET (1954) DONALD MARTINO
  • Allegro
  • Adagio
  • Allegro
DISSOLUTION...... SYDNEY HODKINSON
INTERMISSION
ELEGIE FERRUCCIO BUSONI
AS THROUGH AS FOG JOHN KING
PREMIERE RHAPSODIE CLAUDE DEBUSSY



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The Poster
DAVID OCKER, clarinetist
THOMAS SCHULTZ, pianist
FEBRUARY 19th, 1976, is this Thursday
ROY'S HALL at Califartia-Instiforniatute
8:30 P.M.

Music by these eminent composers:

Also Starring

Scott Fesser
&
Charles Levin (as Wildman)

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Quotes from Nicolas Slonimsky's Music Since 1900

February 19, 1908  Debussy's Pelleas et Melisande is performed for the first time in New York

February 19, 1909  Schoenberg composes first piece of Drei Kavierstuck marking the historic departure from tonality.

February 19, 1910  Massenet's Don Quixote is produced in Monte Carlo

February 19, 1914  Francesca di Rimini, Ricardo Zandonai's fourth and most successful opera, is produced in Turin

February 19, 1923  Sibelius conducts first performance of his Symphony No.6 in Helsinki

February 19, 1925  Wolf-Ferrari's opera Gli Amanti Sposi is produced in Venice

February 19, 1931  Messiaen's Les Offrandes oubliees is premiered in Paris

February 19, 1932  Copland's Symphonic Ode is performed for the first time by the BSO

February 19, 1938  Bruno Walter conducts the Vienna Phil for the last time before the Nazi takeover in a premier of Egon Wellesz's The Tempest

February 19, 1941  Sir Hamilton Harty, cultured keeper of Bristish traditions of music, dies

February 19, 1944  Bernard Tuthill's Come Seven, which ends in 11/8 to reflect "7, come 11" is performed in St. Louis

February 19, 1947  First performance of Bachianas Brasileiras No. 3

February 19, 1949  The Emperor's New Clothes is played by the N.Y. Phil

February 19, 1962  Un amour electronique by J. Kosma, in which a lady is enamored of a homuncular electronic robot who collapses when her husband asks him to square the circle, is produced in Paris.

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Sesquipedelian Macropolysyllabification


Read Slonimsky's definition of Sesquipedelian Macropolysyllabification





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