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   New Mexican (Newspaper) - December 31, 2000, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                B4 THE NEW MEXICAN Sunday December 31 2000 Dendahl recovering from ski accident State Republican Party chairman John Dendahl is recovering from cracking a rib while skiing at Ski Santa Fe last week I was boogieing down through the bumps on Thun derbird when I came out of a binding and cracked a Dendahl said Friday I did go up and come down the same run again right afterwards just to show the mountain it wasnt going to get the better of Dendahl 62 had hip replacement surgery June 1 to repair an arthritic hip he shattered earlier this year while skiing in The Bugaboos in the Canadian Rockies Dendahl said his repaired right hip is doing fine after last weeks fall New director hired for state Republican Party Jay McCleskey who helped engineer the ouster of House Raymond Sanchez from his District 15 seat has been hired as executive direc tor of the state Republican Party McCleskey starts his new GOP post Tuesday and will be paid between and a year The 26yearoJd Albuquerque resident served as campaign manager this year for Albuquerque roofing contrac tor John Sanchez who defeat ed Raymond Sanchez in the November general election i Jays a GOP chairman John Dendahl said Friday You cant say too much about a winner like that can you Jays a good guy and his hiring is a very popular choice in the GOP office and within the McCleskey replaces Kevin Moomaw who resigned after 61A years on the job 1 McCleskey previously served as political director for the state GOP under Moomaw He also worked as a policy analyst for former Cab ihet secretary David Harris head of the Department of finance and Administration Boy charged with hitting girl on rear ESPANOLA A 14yearold Alcalde boy charged with criminal sexuai conduct for slapping a fellow eighthgrad er on her rear has another similar incident on his record r Espanola Middle School Officials suspended Eric Mar tinez until Jan 3 after he slapped the 13yearold girl on pec 14 In Martinez ts accused of swatting another Classmate a 14yearold girl the buttocks J Mr Martinez does have a history with said jRomaine Sernaof the Youth and Families Department There was a incident in The states Juvenile Proba tion and Parole Office also has investigated allegations of Criminal damage possession pf marijuana and petty larce ny against Martinez 4 j New Mexican wire services La Familia Medical Center Family Planning Services Available 9824425 Effect of A Baroque Treasury both imposing and lovely REVIEW By CRAIG SMITH The New Mexican Music is highly adaptable but it cant be all things to all people Or for that matter all places An ample work in too small a space recalls poor giant Alice in the White Rab bits house in Wonderland crammed and cramped An intimate piece in too siz able a hall recalls the same heroine when tiny she fell into the lake of her own tears lost and trackless Yet much music and especially choral music can adjust to differentsized venues with some success The Desert Chorales A Baroque Treasury concert Friday evening in St Francis Cathedral featured four such works by Bach Char pentier Purcell and Vivaldi Music Director Dennis Shrock original ly programmed this repertoire for Loret to Chapel with another location to be announced I wonder if it gave him pause when it turned out to be the cathedral Both buildings are good to singing voices but Loretto seats 139 people Thats just right for the 12 singers harpsichord and string quintet in A Baroque But how would they fare in St Francis immensity As it turned out not badly at all For one thing it was wonderful to hear reli gious music sung in an appropriate wor ship space thanks to cathedral rector the Rev Jerome Martinez y Alire Each musical essay had good perfor mance moments in the cathedral and the overall effect was both imposing and lovely While it was hard to hear the strings and virtually impossible to hear the harpsichord as separate artistic voic es they did blend well with the voices Sometimes the music was clear but way too distant the sonic equivalent of looking wrongway through a telescope That was the inevitable downside Of course all four compositions were written for church use but different buildings in four different countries Bach penned the cantata Der Herr denket an uns for StNBlasius church in Muehlhausen Germany Charpentier wrote his Litanies de la Vierge for the private chapel of Marie de Lorraine of Frances independent duchy of Lorraine Purcells Rejoice in the Lord Alvoay was first heard in the intimate Chapel Royal at Windsor near London Vivaldis Magni ficat was one of scores of works he wrote for performance in the hall of the Venet ian girls orphanage the Ospedale della Pieta The Bach cantata short and sweet like many of his early works was performed fluently but very much on the one string and a toosoft one It only escaped being dull by virtue of its earnest artlessness More attention to final consonants here and throughout the concert would have given a crisper and more vital effect Jennie Olson Luke Frels and Philip Moody were good soloists the former in one of Bachs most perfect suspended time soprano arias the two men in a fine tenorahdbass duet that prefigures Bachs great musical dialogues between Jesus and the human soul in later cantatas I did think the duet needed more legato singing than it got it was bit choppy Shrock entrusted the Charpentier to just six voices andit worked well The driving but gentle rhythms the iceclear scoring and essential simplicity kept it alive in the soaring cubic content Frels delivered a potent countertenor Paul Neal and Philip Moody offered solid tenor and bass contrast Olsons and Stefanie Moores lightish bright sopranos sounded pleasant together while Lisa Chumleys alto was nicely weighted without being overheavy The Purcell seemed sluggish in part because of the close parts for the three competent soloists Nancy Carter AndrS GarciaNuthmann and Ronald Lee Downs it will work better in Loretto The tempos seemed a bit on the deliberate side but I expect Shrock was working to keep the sound as clean as possible It got a bit too clean The Magnificat had some impressive moments and the several soloists did assured work But the pauses between movements were glacially annoyingly slow Come to think of it the other three pieces suffered the same fate if not quite as obviously A short pause to let everyones mind clear is one thing But to wait literally 12 to 15 seconds while instrumentalists dither with a page turn or soloists trek down from the choir around the cathe dral pillars and up the chancel steps was pointless and unnecessary Thats especially true with a work such as the Magnificat which is a series of miniature gems strung together rather than a strong chain of thematic music There were plenty of ways to move peo ple faster without loss of reverence Just a note What would really fill the cathedral appropriately is grand music written for grand halls sung by the full chorale Giovanni or Andrea Gabrielis divided brass and choir essays or some of Monteverdis soaring masterworks such as the Vespers of the Blessed Virgin or sacred Russian music which the chorale shows an affinity for Mr Shrock please note Baroque Treasurys final performance is at 8 today in Loretto Chapel Call 8009053315 fat ticket information 8009053315 for ticket information Ride commemorates anniversary of Wounded Knee massacre The Associated Press WOUNDED KNEE The Big Foot Memorial Ride ended Friday with a ceremony at the Wounded Knee memorial on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation It marked the 110th anniversary of the Wounded Knee massacre Those at the ceremony remembered Chief Big Foot and more than 250 mostly unarmed American Indians who died at the hands of the Armys 7th Cavalry on Dec VIRGINITY Continued from Page Bl be alone I kind of want to live in a very quiet The Gutierrezes are writing a book about virginity Marylinda Gutierrez has spoken to students in the public schools about the concept Her brother often meets with sneering teenagers at his gate to defend it For years they have printed up pages of Bible quotes sup porting their ideas and attached them to their front gate for peo ple to take Amado Gutierrez said up to 15 are taken on some days but at the height of the ClintonLewins ki scandal hardly anyone was interested People live by exam ple1 he said When Clinton got involved with Monica people stopped coming If you think the Gutierrezes selfrighteous dogmatic types think again They are articulate people with keen senses of humor who love music art and parties and dont shy away from frank discussions of human sexuality They say those who disparage virginity most vehemently often are unhappy with their own sex lives Marylinda Gutierrez has a masters degree from the Uni versity of Colorado taught music in the Santa Fe public retiring in 1984 and still works as an interior design er and as a professional flutist Amado Gutierrez attended St Michaels High School and has ford 5 1 Celebrate New YearYEve at the Champagne Toast and Midnight Buffet No Cover Charge Were also open all day New years Day Come watch the games with us 1851 St Michaels Drive 9835198 Arvol Looking Horse keeper of the Lakota sacred pipe told the riders they suffered through the Dakota winter just as their ancestors did 110 years ago Let go of hatred anger jeal ousy Bring back respect among the people Thats who we he said The ride began two weeks ear lier at Sitting Bull Camp about 180 miles to the northeast Many of the riders made at least a weeks worth of the daily 20to 40mile legs At its height Wednesday and The Gutierrezes say those who disparage virginity most vehemently often are unhappy with their own sex lives worked as a securities broker and a wallpaper contractor He likes toride his bicycle ski golf garden and work on his two clas sic limousines a 1940 Dodge and a 1958 Cadillac They credit their ideas about sexuality to their mother Gertrude a PolishGerman woman from Chicago who came to Santa Fe and met and married their father Jose Gutierrez The couple ran the Sanitary Steam Bakery Street Jose died in 1965 Gertrude in 1976 While their marriage was happy and brought them four children Gertrude was watch ing other peoples marriages and she saw all this Marylinda Gutierrez said She said This is ridiculous This is supposed to be a blessed thing the blessed Sex is a remarkable thing a driving force and people will do Thursday about 60 riders took part About 50 were on hand for the conclusion Friday Those at the ceremony heard Corky Last Horse a veteran of the Big Foot Ride and its precur sor that began in 1986 He said the riders had suf fered in the cold and gratulate themselves for finish ing 1 Looking Horse wearing an eaglefeather headdress said i Deep in your heart you have made the journey You have rode here because of our grandfa it regardless of the conse1 quences Mother thought people should have a choice Whatever they choose is their business but they shouldnt think that just because youre 18 years old go find yourself a Amado Gutierrez describes his mother as an early feminist whose ideas about encouraging virginity among the laity as well as the clergy almost got her excommunicated by the Roman Catholic Church He said his father supported his mothers beliefs his own about charity and sharing good fortune with others Im really built this place because I think some times my behavior would have been he said She thought women can think for themselves and not count on sex uality or selfesteem or Both Amado and Marylinda Gutierrez considered marriage when they were young but were dissuaded by their mother and father who urged them to wait We observed our brother and sister and our friends and all the trouble they went through with marriages and Marylinda Gutierrez said Why not stay unmarried Weve real ly had a good life so it made sense to Amado Gutierrez said hes in no hurry to sell his property but when the right offer comes along Were going to be like the Shakers Were gone Were out of Voted Auto Repair ISUZU SPECIALISTS Expert Auto 4387112 I h Sfrf Card Shop 75 Street at 9S2516Q Professional HQme Health Care is participating in a new exciting program pfovides low income portion of New Mexico who need assistance with personal care to remain independent in their homes wnn for a nursing facility who wish to remain with assistance live safely at home are el gSor meet Medicaid finandai sensitive to the needs of our clients We welcome family members who wish to be a paid care provider for the clientfamily member y menibf r Dfy an of PHHC provided personnel re SfiHi f i f end could be eficial for not only the Client but also the family mlmben a job opporr your own community providing care for a loved one AND being p aM iy care Provter may not be a spouse and must be 1 8 years of age or older and must meet the 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Dakota brought partici pants close to the Lakota her itage As the group was still circled below the memorial he told them This is a spiritual ride Its very powerful Its not some thing you can play with mess around with put down and let go This ride is like nothing else youve ever been SANTA FE PENS YEAR END CLEARANCE 1050 OFF ITEMS Sanbusco Center 9894742 CIBOIA CIRCLE Immaculate townhouse at the end of a culdesac bordered by a greenbclt The house has 2 ot 3 bedrooms 2 three quarter baths two fireplaces living room dining room kitchen 2 car garage and more Beautiful landscaped outdoor spaces with a ramida plus tab ulocu views of the Sangrc de Cristos and the city lights Guest accommoda tions are available MLS Listed By Ann Bealle DOUGHERTY Wm David Dougherty Broker 5059897741 daviddough@aol.com RETAIL Sunday December 3 1 Features ROP Monday Tuesday January 2 TV Book January 6 Wednesday January 3 Pojoaque January 3 Eldorado January 3 Pecos January 3 Buzzn January 9 Thursday January 4 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