School of Music Program Book 1973-1974, Volume 1: Fall/Spring Performances Page: 223
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NORTH TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Stefan Bardas, Piano
Pattye Johnstone, Mezzo-soprano
Charles and Grace Kleinsteuber, Harps
The University Brass Choir, David Kuehn, Conductor
Wednesday, April 17, 1974 8:15 p.m. Recital Hall
Siete canciones populares Espafiolas ............ Manuel de Falla (1922)*
El Pailo moruno
Pattye Johnstone, mezzo-soprano
Grace Kleinsteuber, harp
Charles Kleinsteuber, harp
Sonata in C major, K. 545 ("facile") ......... Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Stefan Bardas, piano
Concert Music for Piano, Two Harps and Brass ......... Paul Hindemith
Very quiet, variations
Stefan Bardas, piano
Charles and Grace Kleinsteuber, harps
The University Brass Choir,
David Kuehn, conductor
*accompaniment transcribed for two harps by Carlos Salzedo
in 1931 at the composer's request.
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