Abilene Philharmonic Playbill: April 7, 1990 Page: 6
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One of our most
is active involvement
by our faculty, staff,
students and alumni
in the Abilene
are proud of this
Abilene Philharmonic Orchestra
Tonight the featured soloist will be
the Abilene Philharmonic in a concert
of interesting and challenging 20th,
century music. Two of the works, the
Janacek and Vaughn Williams will be
Not that the players are less alert in
an all orchestral concert than when
accompaning a soloist but they are not
waiting for the unexpected. When one
realizes a soloist is on stage without
music with hundreds of notes and rests
to remember any deviation from the
written plan can be nerve wracking.
Three times in the past two seasons,
because of plane scheduling, we ac-
companied soloists in concert without
having rehearsed with them. Lest you
think tonight will be "a piece of cake"
you would be wrong, with a lesser
orchestra it could be a mud pie.
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Abilene Philharmonic. Abilene Philharmonic Playbill: April 7, 1990, pamphlet, April 1990; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth623256/m1/8/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Philharmonic.