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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tueidoy, April 3, 1973 Rural entries down Music festival off and running '.Many of the scheduled en- tries for the first sessions of the Lethbridge and District Kiwanis Music Festival were not present, but the show did go on Monday. Competitors arrived, both anxious and apprehensive: some calm, others nervous. For some, this would be their first performance before ad- judicators. Morning programs went very well and performers were given good adjudica- tions, according to festival of- ficials. Due to the recent teachers' strike, most entrants from district areas did not com- pete, thus allowing mere time for individual cominants to be made by judges. Marge McLaugblin. secre- tary of the festival commit- tee, said adjudications had been "long and fine. The judges were very pleased with the quality of work and the effort the students have been putting into the pieces." "The children really do need the encouragement of an said Mrs. Mc- Laughlin. referring to the small number of people who attend the festival. "It seems to be mostly par- ents, who often come with little from home, to watch the young ones From elementary. Adjudications will continue through to Saturday evening, and the public Festival Stars Concert will be held Sunday at the Yates Memorial Cen- tre si 8 p.m. Afternoon (a) Bible reading. 15 yrs. and under, (b) Bible reading. 12 yrs. and under. 2, (a) Bible reading, 10 yrs. and under, (b) story- telling. 9 yrs. and under, story telling. 11 yrs. and un- der. 3, Canadian poetry, 11 yrs. and under, Cana- dian posiry, 9 yrs. and under. ccaempsrary Alberta poetry, senior. Monday's results are on Page 7. Dav 3 at tlie festival WEDXFiSDAV Please note ail times are approximate. Yates Memorial Centre Morning 9, group piano. 2nd yr; group piano, 1st yr: group piano, 3rd yr; (a) piano solo (no age limit) not more than 2 yrs. of study (b) piano solo (no age limit) not more than 3 yrs. of study (c; piano quick study. Afternoon Mozart sonata, open. (a) ro- mantic, 17 yrs. and under, (b) 20th century impression- ism, junior. 16 _yrs. and un- der, concert group, open. Evening (a) Bach piano, senior, (b; Haydn son- ata, open, 20tb" century impressJonism. open, (a) Bach partita, senior, (b) 20th century, open, concert recital, open. Buchanan Chf Morning (a) elec- tronic organ, 8 yrs. and un- der, (b) electronic organ, 10 yrs. and under, (c) electronic organ, 14 yrs. and under, (d) electronic organ. 16 yrs. and under. Paramount Theatre Mornings 9, (a) girls" school chorus. Grades 4 to 6 selected voices, (b) school rhythm bands, classroom music, Grades 3 and 4, school chorus, Grade 6. school chorus. Grade 1. Afternoon (a) ac- eordian free bass. 12 yrs. and under; (b) accordian free bass, 14 yrs. and under.