NMU FACULTY TO PRESENT FLUTE-GUITAR CONCERT

MARQUETTE - A concert of mainstream western European music for flute and guitar will be presented Sunday, March 24, by Northern Michigan University professor Elda Tate and NMU adjunct faculty member Carol McAnulty.

The performance is scheduled at 3 p.m. in room 103 Jamrich Hall. Tate will play flute and McAnulty will play guitar. The public is invited to attend free of charge.

The program consists of the following pieces: Nocturno Op. 37, Francesco Molino; Sonata BPW 1033, Johann Sebastian Bach; Pavane, Maurice Ravel; Distribucao de Flores, Villa-Lobos; Rumanian Dances, Bela Bartok; Musiques Populaires Bresiliennes, Celso Machado; Dances in the Madhouse, David Leisner; and Nevv World Dances, John Golland.

"(Carol) is also a clarinetist with the Marquette Symphony and we previously read a number of pieces for fun," said Tate. "This developed into a recital program."

For more information, contact the NMU music department at 227-2563.



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