Music Program

Sunday, April 26, 1987


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ENCOUNTER V, CONCERT X: Vivian Fine. Performances by Stephen Manes (piano), Lois Stipp (soprano), Barbara Harbach (harpsichord), Thomas Halpin (violin), William Staebell (bass), Yvar Mikhashoff (piano), and Jan Williams (percussion). Works perfromed include: FOUR POLYPHONIC PIANO PIECES (Vivian Fine, 1932-32) featuring Stephen Manes on piano, FOUR ELIZABETHAN SONGS (Vivan Fine 1937-1941) featuring Stephen Manes on piano and Lois Stipp (Soprano), TOCCATAS AND ARIAS (Vivian Fine, 1986) featuring Barbara Harbach on Harpsichord, and MA'S IN ORBIT (Vivan Fine, 1987) featuring Thomas Halpin on violin, William Staebell on bass, Yvar Mikhashoff on piano and Jan Williams on percussion.

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