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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 20, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Various groups perform Well in extravaganza music review saturday night s Barbershop Harmony extravaganza held at the High Point theatre and exhibition Center was exactly what the title implies it was truly an extravaganza of Barbershop music humor and just Plain fun for the near capacity crowd. Sponsored by the High Point kiwanis club the program featured the Greensboro and Winston Salem chapters of the specs the society for the preservation and encouragement of Barbershop singing in America inc along with the Winston Salem chapter of the Sweet Adeline. The program opened with the 40-voice women a Golden triad chorus line under the direction of Beverly Dole singing a let the curtain Rise Quot this was followed by the menus Winston Salem chapter called the auctioneers chorus. Under the Able direction of Jim Gay the auctioneers presented a musical tribute to Early America including patriotic songs and humorous Folk and minstrel tunes. This Section was concluded with Irving berlins a god bless the Golden triad chorus returned with several vaudeville selections made even More appealing with appropriate movements to the numbers. After a Brief intermission the Greensboro chapter some 45 members Strong and directed by Baxter Westmorelan rendered a Danny boy Quot a if you were the Only girl in the world a and a a he a got the whole world in his hands Quot through which they demonstrated the four Basic voice parts of Barbershop Harmony. Each group featured quartets from within the choruses who Sang several selections each perhaps the highlight of the eve vening was the Southern aristocrats from the Greensboro chapter who demonstrated showmanship with their humor and warm rapport with the audience As Well As outstanding musicianship with their close Well tuned Harmony the featured baritone soloist of the aristocrats was High Points a red Sechrest. The finale included the two men s groups combined sing ing a goodbye my lady love and a if the lord be they were joined by the ladies giving a total of 150 voices in singing a rousing spirited rendition of a the Star spangled it was interesting to note the apparent wide age Span of the groups members As Well As that of the audience. It is refreshing to know that such groups Are prospering in the Piedmont area for the purpose of preserving and presenting a music Art form which is distinctly american and to think that they entertained for Over two hours without the use of any instruments except their own a the voice. Much credit should be Given to Jim Casey and Nat Harrison co chairmen of the kiwanis project committee and to Grady Miller coordinator for the show. David Traynham they la do the out of work you wanted to help it every time we want the windows cleaned How much to you charge v Kip it look at his a Quot \ car at his ask Andy he said he does Odd jobs so did Bonnie and Clype prices he Ough to have a chauffeur who does windows a. I Andy sends the encyclopaedia Britannic a a 1976 yearbook of science and the future to Lisa Ingall age 13, of Sunfield mich., for her question could you please give me a history of the piano the piano has contributed immeasurably to our Rich world of music. Its wide Range of tones gives it great versatility a it can blend into the background with other instruments or command Center stage in a piano concert. And although Many have dreaded the practice sessions required hardly a person exists who regrets having Learned to play this most rewarding instrument. Keyboard instruments Date Clear Back to ancient times. The romans for example played a simple Type of Organ called a Hydra ulus. The piano however is a relative newcomer to the keyboard family tracing its almost 300-year history mainly to the harpsichord and Clavichord. These two instruments were very popular during the Middle Ages. The Clavichord was the earliest stringed keyboard instrument. It has from 20 to 30 strings of about the same length stretched Over an Oblong Board. The harpsichord also has strings but they Are of unequal length and stretched on a triangular or rectangular Frame. As improvements were made harpsichord keyboards were enlarged to 61 keys and other sets of strings were added to give a a Tolliv. A sos a of to or we Taha motorcycle hits pole Driver is hospitalized Concession stand robbed Guilford county sheriffs deputies said today that a Concession operator at the Guilford county fair reported saturday night that he was robbed deputies said a Man at the stand grabbed about $300. Hit the Concession operator in the face with his fist and then fled toward a Gate. Deputies won the Chase and charged Robert Lee Terry 25, of it. I Kernersville with grand larceny. The Martin Marietta co. On Chimney Rock Road was entered Friday by prying open a door. Deputies said that four recording machines and three calculators value $753, were missing High Pointer reports rape a local woman reported to High Point police sunday that she had been raped officers said the woman said that she a Man and another couple had gone to a Motel saturday. She told officers she did not know which Motel she said that the other couple left to get some Beer and that while they were gone the Man she was with raped her. The victim told officers she waited to report the assault because she was embarrassed. United tank lines on Boulder Road was entered by prying open a door. Missing was $60 in Cash Charles Worth Way of w Woodlyn Way said that someone took stereo equipment value $410, from the basement of his Home Tern Saintsing of Greensboro said a $145 citizens band radio was taken from her car in the git parking lot Craig Meadows of Greensboro said a $170 cd was taken from his car parked at Trail Wood drive and Woodcroft Circle and Douglas Ray Hethcox of Arrowwood drive in Jamestown said a Hoo cd was taken from his car parked at Home. Norma Malinda Robbins Martin of it. 8, Greensboro said her $2 purse containing $78 and some credit cards was stolen from a table at the wicked Witch sunday night. Husband putting wife through school West Lafayette inc. Apr the usual situation has been reversed with Kent Cudney working As a receptionist at Purdue University to put his wife Christine through school Cudney who has a teaching degree in history types letters and answers phones while his wife pursues a graduate degree in clinical several injuries were reported in weekend traffic accidents in High Point but Only one of the victims had to be admitted to the Hospital. He was William Luther Rook. 22, of s Centennial Street admitted for treatment of injuries received when the motorcycle he was driving went out of control on Park Street at Wheeler Street saturday at 4 25 . And hit a Utility pole. He was charged with exceeding a Safe Speed Reece Mitchell Callahan. 22, of Granville Street and his passengers. Don Mitchell. 18. Of Ferndale firemen Check Blaze believed Boulevard and Tommy Callahan 4, of Granville were slightly injured saturday at 4 03 . In a wreck on Baker Road near i-85 also injured was the Driver of a truck involved in the wreck Warren William Rose 53, of Asheboro. Rose was charged with Drunken driving and Public drunkenness. Jeffrey Lynn Kirkman 20. Of Marlboro Street was injured saturday at 1 41 a in. When his car went out of control in a curve on Baker Road at Kellywood drive went Down an embankment and overturned Kirkman was charged with Drunken driving. Brenda Smith Hedgecock of Overbrook drive in Thomasville and Andrew Brown jr., 16, of Anaheim Street were slightly injured intentionally set saturday at 12.04 when High Point City firemen Are investigating an intentionally set fire sunday at 10 48 . At the Home of Randolph Thomas at 505 Cable St firemen said that someone had poured a Lamable liquid Over some paper bags and set them afire under the Thomas residence which was occupied at the time the fire caused Only minor damage and no injuries. Other Calls sunday included a mechanical false alarm at 9 22 to Maryfield nursing Home. Firemen were called out today at 12 06 to a malicious false alarm at a manufacturing company on Oak Street and at 1 11 when a pile of leaves caught fire at the dead end of Waynick Street. Their cars collided on Terrell drive at Oguinn Street is Hedgecock was charged with failing to yield at a Stop sign Robert Mitchell Cheek. 24. Of route i was injured when his car and one driven by Osborn Gean Kersey 26 of Brentwood Street collided saturday at 2 55 . On Leonard Avenue at Meredith Street. No charges were lodged Harrison minus Floyd 60. Of Archdale and his passengers Donna Clem 16, Tammy Clem 14, and Frank Clem 12, All of Eastchester drive were slightly injured sunday at 7 54 a in. In a two car wreck on main Street at Lexington Avenue the other by court order trustee Sale Public auction House and additional Large lot Gertrude Hughes English someplace 2 00 ., Friday september 24, at premises 1008 Westwood Avenue. Sale of real estate subject to upset bid rules and confirmation a Superior court of Guilford county. Terms Cash 10% Deposit by High bidder at Sale. Sale i Brick 2 Story House on lots a 150 it. X 150 it the Channel 12 news Capitate will be in Jamestown in front of the Post office tomorrow at noon see you there 1008 Westwood Avenue Sale 2 Elk place Beautiful level tract in rear to 1008 Westwood Avenue. Too it. X 150 it. Adjacent also absolute auction for Cash household furniture dishes furnishings Etc. Some interesting pieces. Sale to be held 10 45 a.m., Friday september 24. Inspection available at 10 15 am. No court confirmation needed for personal property. Dot Ailt Contact Edward n to it attorney Tor tract Quot us phone 883-6177 More Richness and clarity to the sound. Bartolommeo Cristofori was a harpsichord maker who lived in Florence. Italy. Around 1709 he designed a new instrument which he called a from the italian words ital piano Unitas meaning soft and ital Forte Unitas meaning loud. Cristofori s idea was to Combine the loud and Brilliant tone of the harpsichord produced by plucking the strings with quills with the soft and delicate sound of the Clavichord whose strings Are stroked by tangents to keep the qualities in his pianoforte he used hammers that struck against the strings. Pressure exerted on the keys by the pianist determined loudness and softness Cristoforio a first pianoforte was completed in 1720, and today visitors of the metropolitan museum of Art in new York can View its Beauty and ingenious design from 1720 on interest in the piano gained increasing momentum. Many european designers built their own versions Many of which introduced various improvements and modifications do Vou have a question to ask Andy Send it on a Post card with your name age and Complete address to ask Andy in care of this newspaper. Entries open to girls and boys 7 to 17. Albertson . District manager phone 88? 4556 405 n c Sci Tirol Bonk bldg Massachusetts Mutual j l.4e i Ringfield mens Torgom de 1851 Driver was Oscar Woodrow Chastain jr., 33, of Cove Wood drive. Floyd was charged with Drunken driving. Kenneth Herbert Jordon 33, of n. Centennial Street and Mark Evans Wellingham 21,of Oakview Road were slightly injured sunday at 2 18 . When their cars collided on Lexington Avenue near Forest Street. Wellingham was charged with driving left of Center and no operator s License William Joseph Maler 20, of Wimbledon place was slightly injured sunday at 7 55 . When his motorcycle and a truck driven by Walter Franklin Hill 30, of Archdale collided on w. Ward Avenue at w. Green drive no charges were lodged need help god answer our prayer we will Pray for you no strings attached it is our Way of serving the lord no one will Contact you unless you specially request it just do this phone 454 4511. A recorder will res Pond. You Don t need to give your name just state your need and we will Pray i for you. Then watch your life for the hand of god to move phone 4544511 or write prayers answered p o to 154, Jamestown n c. 27282. £9 s o for size br78-13 plus Federal excise tax of $2 03 and re readable Trade in radial Whitewall Sale Goodrich Lifesaver radial xl-200 l Bixa a Ala Pica regular Pulca . 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