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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 TW UTHWUCGi HHAID April 17. U of L Concert Is Well-Balanced By HENRY WAACK The final concert at the 196MO University of Leth- bridge Concert Series httd at the Yales Memorial Centre Wednesday evening featured the University of Lethbridge Choir, directed by Lucien Need- ham, and four university stu- dents in piano sofas. An excellent level of perfor- mance was maintained both by the choir and the pianists. The well-balanced program was thoroughly enjoyed by perhaps the largest audience the series has attracted to date. The choir sang works by Bach, Tschaikowsky, Bairstow, Schnbert, Montgomery and El- Mr. Needham has moulded together a choir that is -very sensitive to musical shaping of phrases, a group that fcfcws the intention closely. Choir members also have an excefent Wend, not will need to work a little hard- er yet before they read) the ultimate in this respect. The soprano section has a tendency to sharpen at and this was natJceaMy the case ia What lj Our Life by Gibbons and a Bach work. There are some sopranos with fine individual voices who need to modify their tone to hlenl with the section. This difficulty was largely eliminated in the second half of the program and all se- lections were expertly perfonn- ed. Trudeau Phoned By Local Group Supporting Arctic Pollution Rule ACCEFTED tke Letahriafe Mosquitoes Escape DDT The mosquito control pro- grain in Lethbridge, under the care and control of the Leth- bridge Health Unit, will not be nsnw DDT this year. Dr. A. A. Byrne of the Heatt Unit said today that the chem- ical malaUnon win be used in Out mosquito control program. chemical, tie most, is more expensive that DDT but is not too much note expensive, said Dr. Byrne. Red Deer recently announced that it would be using a chem- ical eaDed haytex which is. to tunes as expensive as DDT, even quantities used.- Dr. Byrne indicated it was to wimiatc how less harmful than DDT the other chemical is, but be did say maWuon did not have the per- sistence of DDT. Other chemical preparations wiH also be kept on standby. DDT was toed last summer' b the Lembridge mosquito eon- Q-oT program. Louise Chapman gave a very capable performance as always in her role of accompanist. U- together the choir pei formed in a mnfjftmiij and artistic man- ner. Piano soloist Joanne Prit- cbad, played the Sarabande and Gigue from Bach's G min- or English Suite. The Sara- bande was carefully played with nicely calculated orna- ments. It achieved the essential dignity, but the upper registers could sing more.- Tbe Gigue was neat and controlled, but would be more rhythmically alive taken at a tittle faster tempo. Miss Pritcbard seemed a little tense, bnt had no rea- son to be. She is a very mu- sical girl. Gordon Radford played a Debussy Prelude aod a Brahms Intermezzo. This boy' has a good deal of character in bis playing. He. gets' down, mto me piano weH. I .have never beard the Brahms played with quite the same degree of rnbato, and yet to me be justified almost everything be did a most in- As- pal into Ike CMege rf H "r. Asoreiehik At ___ _ fcaepnonea Prime MMstrr Trudeau to ia- at its support for pro- posed Canadian legislation to the Arctic from poUu- "We wtftod Mr. Trudeau to receive a tdnihw call aun- ptrong hit outstanding attempt to Bttativt oar Arctic eaviroa- Ktat, sod to counteract ia some intnin tie call he received earner from Pi-emaaat a PC-SA apakesBaa said. "Canadiw interest the ojuality of our environment must not be Influenced by pres- sures origauuiBf the IM- ted Stales. urges afl Canadians eoncened aboot the preservation of the dekVeate en- riraeneat to inform Mr. Tra- and their MPs of their far the would bke to point out thai mail sent to MPs in care of tne Bonte of does not reqnire pottage." TV PC-SA board 'of directors has also been workiac to block what they fear is a potential hazard st southam Afoerta. The group recently wrote to R. E. Afcer- ta's dlrectar of water reaourees, opposing an increased water di- version application by Shell Rose Yellow Feet Speaks To Students Today's Children Said Key To Indian-White Social Way teresting performance. Kathleen Hott gave a. fine BUSINESS JOTTINGS A mobile training laboratory, equipped to give insliueoai on BoneyweD controls for residen- tial heating systems win visit Lethbridge April 20 and a as part of a coast to const working tour of Canada. In Lethbridge me W) will be stationed at the QRancho Motel. The labs provide an oppor- tnmty for contractor and dealer pgauiiiiei to take up to five fun-day courses on typical beating and water r beater con- trol equipment. performance of the Maiden aod the Nightingale and the Sonatina. The first piece by Granados was poetic and. im- aginative and wffl.be better.yet with a little more flexibility. Miss Holt has exeUent fin- gers and fallowing the sightly abbreviated "second movement, 'the final movement really sparkled in the Sonatina. Linda SchmoU played an Impromptu by Chopin and a Nocturne by Faore. These were beautifully'phrased and eon- trolled. Sbe played with great warmth and style and achieved passed a wrtstaa an manager of A. Shoppen' Work) location, and celebrating sion, by having a solo. 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