Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
9Pass Music Festival Opens With Excellent Piano Work By IUCCOUX tVowsncst Pass I line ;m BLA1UMOKE Excellent jiano at all levels drew praise from adjudicator Howard l-oytcn lirawn o( llogina at Ihc opening day of the Crowsnest Pass .Music Fes- tival sponsored by the Blair- more Lions Club. E: School Jui- tcr E-J and 81; SI. Wkhaers High School J'jnicr Ba--xi, ar.d JO. B Hat Clarhet E; Tina GiDCS, EO; Mark Sor-o Flute Bar.d: Michel Elerr.eniaiy School, Grade aid tt. David Sfcierka, Brir.ard ViKkey and Virginia all of PJncher Creek, l Solo E: Douglas Excellent performances turned in by Roxannc Van Laurie Mark Ratog, dayman Mali, Kirk Muspratl, Elaine Dolx-k, Louise Cosligan, Joan Jladford ami Joanne Langvrorlh. Solo speech classes were top- ped by" Don Duncan, Brian Dobek, and Tamniie Uuham. In Ihc wind classes, Debbie Fanlin was highest and Bonnie Jean Dcbek and Valli Giaco- muzzi were outstanding in voca- list classes. Piano, S ytifs: Va ti; Joan Radfcfd ar.d Karen Vare, marks facn. Piar.o, 12: Laurie Fvtragalli, Bi; 83. EO; Barbara Cernis and Timcihy Chab- INcn, 79 each. Solo D: David 79; Judy Da1 ay, 78. .vind Duet, U ytais: Smith and Rowlyn Bryan) EO; Bar- and Dav.n Ind Di-et, Open: Brerda Q.-Li- laa and Larry 62. Fier.ch Hwn Scto E: Bernard SIvtK- ey. f3; Gail Burgess. D Fhl Clarinet 0: Barren Jor.es, Dean Civi rarest, Snare Drum Solo E: Diane Svcbeda, 43: Evelyn Misura, EX Scio E: Robbie BrcsoUv. fl. Trombone Mia Di "Iraver- sano. E2: Richard Frccte, 76. Euphonium Sc'o E: He.-.ry K Doiald Yanfce, Euphcntum Solo D: Darren Fanlin, 81. Horn D: Ed1, .cral Speech, Grade 4: ?niary, 83; Solo loeech. Lyric Poeiry, Gratf; 4: Dav.n D-jncan, and Lyrji aid, ex ipeech, Canadian Dcick, W; Mary Good-ran, !3. Solo pctrry, S: Tammie Upham, 85; V.'tndy Bodlo, 13- Fell crcheflra, CrcMntsI Symphony Orchtslra, 83 ar.d 81. Ch-_rch Chclf: Kct held. Vocal djei, 1? years: Audrey ar.d JacXie-Jean 43. Piang d'jtl, 17: Fvma and Waymai ES. B Flat Clari-.tt Sc'o C: Debb> Fa.v tin. fc3. Vocal U: D-creen Ktllles anq Saraiyn svhrpple, irV Solo, U: Ther- H, 81. iciin 17 ytars: Louise Cosligan, Pz' Olssn. fi Ca-ir.et E: Jactj-jClir.c Y.imttr, Pie-schDol: f.'.rs. ft'jl The Island hand, trained j y A. Mangold, scored 3ft on its! econd number, wtiscli was topj larks for N. Milton Ivcrson's! ct-ond place R. Myers High School) Symphonic 13aud i Taber. Judy Brittner cf Fcrcmcsl rc- iined lop individual performer vilh her solo How Sofl upon the "vcning Air Friday evening vliich rates an 89 score. Band adjudicator Robert E. leucr m a n n was impressed ritli the quality of instruction vhich is Iwing provided the oung musicians wlro parlici-i wted in I he Taber Ki s music festival. He commended he superior perform a n c es [iven by many contestants with special recognition given to Hie A bands from Yauxhall, Tabor, and Bow Island High Schools. Vocal adjudicator Haul Hour- ret spoke cf the very good work done with Ihe young sing- ers parlicularlv bv Ihc teachers, ar.d of the high ?c" 6: JarPe dard reached throughout tho' Caradi" n yeari: 0 Pyne, H: Da'rcn Harding, E3. D.'ainalic 11 years: Da''en ardi-.j, Fra-.k enj BUNNY FEATURING n. Speech, Vi'ilit's tJ- Speech, ive-sthocl: Sar.d-a Perm, ES. Speech. Grade 1: Lyr-. Fc.-.a. FO. Richard Wiiscn. 75. Scio Sreech, Grade Shelley Rer.'ec F5r Rruc- t'-. S3h SpCClh, Grads 3: No flrif, Ciny Cd-aiian 7 years: Tammy Fisher, Lesiard Roy Dar.fsrth, Pcefry, 9 >ean: Kcp- pErvas, EO, Dindy War I in and Cheryl Blais lied. DjamaT'c Pcefry, 7 years: Caffiy E3; KreSjer, Ora-ralic Pcetry. 9 years: JcAnr.e EJr Sanira BeceMe t.ed. Alto Sax, C: Vairnda Larsa-., D: Pa: Skid-r-ore, W; Lynn Edwards, H. Allo Safa.-s: i.'eUa lo ard-r.a. 7j. 15 years: us: Reihcl Luc.a, Bible Rradir.g, 15 ycats: J: years: Siephinio S Drarraiic Poetry, 87. is Sfcpy Tellir.g, 16 Speech, cptn: ClariLe Herding. E3 33; Daltcn Prose, U years: Hjg ir-3. E3. e V.'csr, Hard Froie, cpen: Mri. CTd-'ite M. Hardirg, 75. A pub1 ic ccnccrl fearjrir.g tcp T.IJ pfiiivrn-ers (rc-m tt-e Its- tlval v.iri o'ace to-iigh! at G o'clock al R. ;Ayers Hig TO SPKAK Kcv. T. E. JcssKc, flininiun and comVr- fncc SiijicrinliMrlcul oj tlic Northwest CannrTn Confrrcncc of llic Evangelical Church, sjicnk four limes al Holy M'cck srrviccs in Ihc Warner Memorial FCvangcHcal Church. The services ttill he hold at Tlmrsiby, Friday, Snlnrilay and Sunilny. Mr, will also speak at 10 a.m. .Snndav. Easier Services Sel rrXCIIER CREEK (Special) Easier services hire arc scheduled as follows: 51. John's Anglican Church, Good Friday, a.m. Liturgy for Good Friday Pinchcr Creek and a.m. Lilurgy for Good P'riday Cowlcy; Easier Day, 8 a.m. Ho'y Kucharist, ard a.m. Holy Eucharist, Pinchcr arel a.m. Holy Eu- charist, Cowlcy. SI. 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