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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 18, 1875 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Ailing composer works on music for festival By GEOFFREY MILLER ALDEBURGH, England (AP) Benjamin Britten, a Semi-invalid after heart sur- gery, is composing new music for the 1975 Aldeburgh Festi- val as usual. The Aldeburgh Festival would not be the same with- out it. The little East Anglian fishing town, with its pebble beach and old-world cottages, has become world famous through its festival built around the music of the com- poser who lives there. Britten became ill in 1973, when his opera Death in Ve- nice was given its world pre- miere at the festival, and was unable to conduct it. It was the first time he had not par- ticipated in the festival since it was inaugurated in 1947. The 61-year-old composer is not listed among this year's performers. Because of his health, he has to restrict his activities. But as always, Aldeburgh and its summer visitors will be the first to hear a new Britten suite for or- chestra, based on English folk tunes. He has also composed Can- ticle No. 5, a setting of T. S. Eliot's poem The Death of St. for the 1975 festi- val. But his old collaborator, tenor Peter Pears, plans to try this out elsewhere in ad- vance, possibly during a tour of Germany, so it will not be billed as a world premiere. Britten always shunned the limelight in his seaside re- treat. Since his illness his life has been quieter than ever. He seldom leaves his house, except occasionally to hear music at Snape, the next vil- lage along the road which tra- ditionally plays a part in the. Aldeburgh Festival. For months after under- going his operation he could not face the strain of com- posing. Now he works for an hour in the morning and sometimes again in the after- noon. "There is a limit to what can be expected from his a member of Britten's staff said. "So he tries to his energy for com- posing." Britten joked about it in a talk with Alan Blyth of The Times. "Writing even a bar or two is quite a he said. "Physically I find it hard to get to the top of a large so the flutes and piccolos tend to get left out." Britten's friends say he is worried because he cannot do more for the festival. Pears and festival manager William Servaes have talked over the 1975 program with him, and plans for the festival SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE BLACK WINDMILL" starring Michael Caine and Donald Pleasence. Tuesday. Wednesday, February 18, 19. Tuesday show at p.m. ADULT, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THE PAPER CHASE" in color. Tuesday, Wednesday, February Tuesday show at p.m. ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre Double Feature: "THE SISTERS" and THEY CALL HER ONE Tuesday, February 18. One comp- lete show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. 747 JUMBO SIGHTSEEING CRUISER WITH STEWARDESS Eullfl HdUiy Sill t BMUl SltClll. Las Vegas and Palm Springs. 9 days..............'........................ AS LOW AS FlOrUl, DIlMY World, D.C. TOUr. Washlnton, D.C., Cape Kennedy Space Centre, Cocoa Beach, Fort lauderdale, Miami Beach, Nassau In the Bahamas, Walt Disney World, Pensacola, San Antonio, El Paso, Juarez, Mexico, Phoenix, Las Vegas. 24 days April 5 AS LOW AS SfMlll. San Francisco. Disneyland, San Diego, Tijuana, Palm Springs. 16 days. April 7 AS LOW AS CHIfirHi, Spdil. April 19............ lit days. April 23...........AS LOW AS (Same as above for the places. 16 days AS LOW AS tarty ft NtikvUli Spclil. Sil Dint. SpcW. 20 April 25. AS LOW AS 16' Days. April 26. AS LOW AS WMHJMi SN DIlK. LWnfH.iedays.May2. Pita Striip, Bnte CHHN ...rrr.........7. AS LOW AS dMllM rMriH, WHl ClMt SfMHI. Banff. Jasper Victoria Vancouver. Pentlcton. 12 days May 3........... AS LOW AS 1295 TNT. Peace River, Pacific Coast Cruise, Edmonton. Dawson Creek, Prince George. Prince Rupert, Victoria. Vancouver. 15 days May 5 June 7 (includes ship accomodatlons city tours.) LOW AS--------- CnMfBiWKHklTHr.4days...............AS LOW AS e HtMlM. MlllCI StKM. San Francisco. Brand Canyon, Las Vegas Included. 16 days. June 7 ASLOWAS M31 4. San Diego, Tijuana, Grand Canyon, Las Veges. 16 ASLOWAS S331 tan IHwr, tmtto MM Prtlk Cm) Cnta. interior B.C., 15 days. June 28. (Includes ship accomodatlons city tours. "Worlds only Airline on the Ground" NORTHERN BUS TOURS Exotic International Tours College Mall Phone CANADA TRAVEL LCTHBRIDOB Phone 329-3336 are complete. It is set to run from June 6 to 23. Aldeburgh, which has a pop- ulation of has always tried to preserve the village community spirit in its festival. Music is given in the parish'church and the town's Jubilee Hall, at the Mailings in Snape and in the historic 15th century church at nearby Blythburgh. Musicians engaged for this year include singers Victoria de Los Angeles and Janet Baker, pianist Clifford Curzon and harpist Ossian Ellis. As usual, local choirs will play a big part. Britten and his friends try to make it a cultural occa- sion, with other things on of- fer besides music. In the past they have organ- ized archeological outings, with visitors taking part in the digging and an expert guiding them. This year it is the 200th an- niversary of novelist Jane Austen's birth. So they are having a concert at the Ju- bilee Hall with all the music mentioned in her novels and glasses of wine for the au- dience. "We hope it will be a little bit like one of Jane Austen's drawing a festival spokesman said. Actress displays friendship ROME (Reuter) French actress Maria Schneider, 21, has voluntarily entered a Rome psychiatric hospital to be near a friend from the United States, hospital sources said Monday. Miss Schneider, who starred with Marlon Brando in the film Last Tango in Paris, demanded entry to the clinic under an Italian law which gives those who declare themselves mentally disturb- ed the right to be admitted to a psychiatric hospital. She did so when her friend, named by the sources as Joan Patricia Townsend, 28, was taken there after police said they found her wandering around Rome airport in a dis- tressed state. Police said she was trying to leave Italy after a row with Miss Schneider. By RICK BRAY OTTAWA (CP) "I never thought I'd be a radio station said Anno Nooki- guak. The young Eskimo broad- caster is returning from Mon- treal to the eastern Arctic to take charge of the CBC radio station at Frobisher Bay, N.W.T. In Montreal, he had been working on Eskimo-language radio and television broad- casts aimed at the native audience in the North. He described his year and a half there as useful experience, although he did not enjoy liv- ing in the city. "I'm the type of person who likes to be in the wide-open he said. Mr. Nookiguak spent about six of his 26 years following his father's profession as a heavy equipment operator before joining the CBC as a radio announcer and operator at Frobisher Bay in 1973. His Montreal broadcasts were beamed over short-wave facilities to a general ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL The Alberta Drama Festival Association ONE-ACT DRAMA FESTIVAL TONIGHT! Attic Theatre Harlequin Players Playgoers YATES P.M. Garnet Athletes No Charge data Contact Your Catering Office For Parties From Ten To Three Hundred A MEMORABLE BUSINESS SEMINAR HOLIDAY INN: LETHBRIDGE 421 MAVOR MAGRATH DR. ft 4TH AVE. CALL: (403) 328-1111 THE MOST ACCOMMODATING PEOPLE IN THE WORLD? Film maker congratulated warm messages from friends all over the world. He will be honored at the 47th awards April 8 with a special Oscar, being cited as "A film maker who has work- ed with grace, responsibility and enviable competence through silent film, sound film, feature, documentary and television.1' LOS ANGELES (AP) The first news came to Jean Renoir from the French con- sulate in New York: "Congratulations on your special award from the Mo1 lion Picture Academy." The illustrious 80-year-old film maker still hasn't receiv- ed official notice from the academy, but he is enjoying paramount NOW SHOWING "ALBERT R BROCCOLI HARRY SALRMAN present ROGER MOORE SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Adult not suitable for Children MATINEE WEDNESDAY ONLY AT P.M. paramount cinema Silent radio No one but Pat McGlynn can hear the program she's listening to on the six-ounce RCA speakerless Sportsman radio. The radio lets a fan watching one sports event listen to another without disturbing the'folks nearby. At left is a Radiola I crystal set that RCA brought out in 1922. Equipped with earphones, it weighed more than five pounds. Eskimo elated at new job northern audience and relayed by satellite to northern CBC stations for simultaneous broadcast. In Montreal he worked with Elijah Menarik, the first Es- kimo to manage a CBC North- em Service station? NOW SHOWING thru SATURDAY ONE SHOW ONLY AT P.M. MATINEE WED. SAT. AT P.M. ADULT SPECIAL LIMITED ENGAGEMENT! our last chance to enjoy II the might and nagnif icence of the cademy ward-winning pectacle! METRO-GaDWYN-MAYER A CARLO PONTI FRODUCTK> DAVID LEAN'S FILM OF BORIS PASTERNAXS DOCTOR ZHMGO RTOTBOLT-Dl'DLEAN college cinema TOMTE tin TMIRS. at and p.m. HELD OVER THRU THURS. Robert Redfoid 'Jeremiah Johnson" FAMILY A SYDNEY The man who became a legend. The film destined to be a classic! ALSO SHOWING AT Armond B.C. -February 19th thru February 23rd, 1975 COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE SIR ALEXANDER GALT MUSEUM TOURS By ipocial arrangement, the Sir Alexander Gall Museum will be open to the public from a.m. to p.m. WEEKDAYS DURING THE CANADA WINTER GAMES Special Tours Of The Museum By Interested Persons or Groups During The Winter Games May Be Arranged By Phoning 328-6455. For Further Information, Refer To The Public Skating, Swimming, Museum and Library Schedule Which Appears On The Entertainment Page Each Monday -and Thursday or by Phoning 328-6455. COMMUNITY DKPAHTM1HT CITY or MTHDHIBUi FRITZ SICK POOL PUBLIC SKATING, SWIMMING. MUSEUM LIBRARY SCHEDULE ht. STAN SIWIK POOL HENDERSON FMKKE CENTRE Id CENTRE CMC NX CENTRE MIT rustic MUL CLOSED DUE TO JEUX CANADA WINTER GAMES 21 Noon Swim (adults only) p.m. Moms Tots p.m. Public Swim p.m. and p.m. Free Public Skating p.m. p.m. 930-ftOO p.m. Noon Swim (adults only) p.m. Public Swim p.m. and D.m. t Beginners Skating p.m. p.m. p.m. Noon Swim (adults only) p.m. Public Swim p.m. and p.m. p.m. 930-Mp p.m. Noon Swim (adults only) p.nv Public Swim p.m. and p.m. Public Skating p.m. PUDIIC Skating p.m. Free Public Skating p.m. p.m. a Public Swim p.m. Public Swim p.m. Public Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. Public Skating p.m. CLOSED Public Swim p.m. and p.m. PUBLIC SWIM p.m. FAMILY SWIM p.m. Beginners Skate Public Skate p.m. Family Skating p.m. Beginners Skate p.m. Public Skate p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. MM.. Noon Swim (adults only) Noon Swim (Adults only) p.m. Free Public Skate p.m. p.m. 9-.30-940 p.m Special of Sir Alexander flail Muaeimi during Jew Canada Winter dames cm be arranged by phoning 328-M5S. ;