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PHILHARMONIC

A. Brian Davenport, Conductor and Music Director

1994-95

Concert Season

Christmas Concert

Saturday, December 10, 8:00 p.m.

Sunday, December 11, 2:00 p.m.

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Board of Directors

Officers

Nancy Ise, President

Doug Johnson, President Elect

Laura Anderson, Treasurer

Ann Stephens, Secretary

Judy Seiwerath, Past President

Board Members

James Burbidge

Dan Hershman

Barry James

Chris L'Ecluse

Rosalie Luce

Arnie Ness

Honorary

Board Members

Doug Johnson, Chair

Ken Bailey

Steve Burnett

David Cole

Ron L. Cole, Jr.

Dana Davenport

Doug Fields

Administrative Staff

Jon Rand

Nancy Robertson

Dennis Roth

Bob Toohey

Karen VanderArk

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William T. Gates

Ron Gintz

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Joseph T. Scott

Diana Nielsen, General Manager

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Jane Hershman, Historian'

Darlene Davis, Ticket Coordinator'

Orchestra Staff

A. Brian Davenport,

Conductor & Music Director

Michelle Nelson,

Orchestra Operations Manager

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A. Brian Davenport

Conductor

Brian Davenport is now in his 14th year as

conductor of the Federal Way Philharmonic.

Under his leadership the Philharmonic has

grown from a volunteer orchestra to one of the

finest professional orchestras in the Puget

Sound region.

In january 1989, Davenport traveled to

Finland to conduct Beethoven's Ninth Symphony

with the Tampere Finland Messiah

Chorus, one of Scandinavia's most respected

ensembles. In 1990 Davenport conducted the

Federal Way Philharmonic and the Interfaith

Choir of Seattle in a sold-out performance of

Beethoven's Ninth Symphony in the Seattle

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and Faust. In 1992 he conducted the world

premiere performance of Handel's Messiah in

Russian at the theater with soloists and chorus

from the opera company and the Tatarstan

Philharmonic Orchestra. A recording of this

concert has been heard on hundreds of radio

stations throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe,

Russia and Asia.

In December 1992, the Federal Way

Philharmonic brought the chorus and soloists

from the Tatarstan Theater of Opera and Bailet

to perform the U.S. premiere of the Russian

Messiah under Maestro Davenport's direction at

the Auburn Performing Arts Center.

In January 1994, Davenport traveled to

China to conduct the Beijing Symphony

Orchestra as part of a reciprocal cultural

exchange.

This year he will serve as the music

director of the Evergreen City Ballet and

conduct their performances of the Nutcracker

Ballet in December in the Auburn Performing

Arts Center. Next spring he travels to Ukraine

to conduct the Kharkov Symphony Orchestra.

Davenport received a B.A. and M.A. in

Music from Harvard, followed by studies in

Paris with Nadia Boulanger and Igor

Markevitch. He conducted the Monte Carlo

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held posts in the Cologne and Darmstadt

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1994 - 95

Coming Season Activities

Winter Concert

Sponsored in part by

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Saturday, February 4, 8:00 p.m.

Sunday, February 5, 2:00 p.m.

Rick Pressley, trumpet

Overture to the Marriage of Figaro,

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Concerto for Trumpet, Franz Joseph Haydn

Symphony No.1, Gustav Mahler

Young Artists Concert

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Sunday, March 12, 2:00 p.m.

Featuring the first place winner of the 1995

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Overture to Orpheus in the Underworld,

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A. Brian Davenport, Music Director & Conductor

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Margaret Olson,

Assistant Concertmaster

Louanne Bean

Eduard Davidyan

Regina Edelman

Anna Edwards

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Mark Lotz

Mary Manning

Barbara Neill

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Haiying Li

Felicia McFall

Michelle Nelson

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Gregory Savage

Cello

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Principal

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Merry Canty

Victor Lee

Barbara Pearce

Susan Smith

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Bass

Andy Zadrozny, Principal

Andrei Egorov

Dennis Staskowski

Ann Stephens

Flute

Anne Carlson, Principal

Kristen McNamara

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Oboe

Liangong Yu, Principal

Lisa Pratt

Clarinet

Caroline McKee, Principal

Cindy Renander

Bassoon

Daniel Hershman,

Principal

Brian Rolette

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French Horn

Matt Shevrin, Principal

Joel Marks,

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Teresa Herfindahl

Susan Perry

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Guest Artists

The Federal Way Chorale

The Federal Way Chorale was founded in

the Spring of 1993 by a small group of Federal

Way musicians-people who loved to sing and

saw a need for a community choir that emphasized

the performance of quality choral

literature from all ages and styles. Over 130

singers auditioned for the Chorale. Eightyeight

were chosen and the Federal Way

Chorale, under the direction of Don Barrows,

began its first rehearsal in the Fall of 1993. In

its first season, the Chorale's repertoire consisted

not only of major works such as Handel's

Messiah and Schubert's Mass in G, but also a

wide variety of quality octavos from "Bach to

Broadway." Now in their second season, the

Chorale numbers over 100 singers.

The Philharmonic looks forward to many

years of collaboration with the Chorale.

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Don Barrows received his Masters Degree

in Music Education from Eastern Washington

University. Since then, he has continued his

studies in choral conducting with such wellknown

conductors as Norman Luboff, Roger

Wagner, John Rutter and last winter with

Robert Shaw at Carnegie Hall. A high school

choral conductor for many years, Barrows has

been recognized throughout the Northwest for

his outstanding choirs and has been frequently

called on as an adjudicator and guest conductor

at choral festivals. As a strong supporter of

music in the community he was one of the

founders of Puget Sound Musical Theater and

the musical director of Harmony Unlimited for

many years. Presently he is the choirmaster at

St. Vincent's Catholic Church in Federal Way, a

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Federal Way Chorale

Jean-Joseph Mouret

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Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky

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Johann Sebastian Bach

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Johann Sebastian Bach

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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Suite des Symphonies no. 1

(Theme from Masterpiece Theater)

Finale, Symphony

"Little Russian"

no. 2 in c minor

"Sheep May Safely Graze" from Cantata #208

"Dona Nobis Pacem" from Mass in b minor

"Ave Verum Corpus" K. 618

Franz Josef Haydn

(1732-1809)

John Rutter, arr.

Leroy Anderson

Robert Shaw and Robert Russell Bennett

Audience

Intermission

"The Heavens Are Telling" from The Creation

Diane Sweeney, soprano

Ron Smith, tenor

Bill Mills, baritone

"We Wish You a Merry Christmas"

"Sleighride"

The Many Moods of Christmas

"Good Christian Men Rejoice"

''Willy Take Your Little Drum"

"0 Come All Ye Faithful"

Sing-a-Long

"Jingle Bells"

"Angels We Have Heard

"Good King Wenceslas"

"Silent Night"

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Program Notes

Suite des Symphonies No.1

(Masterpiece Theater theme)

by JeanJ. Mouret (1682 -1738)

Jean Mouret was a French composer born

in Avignon, on April 11, 1682. While attached

to the court in Paris, he wrote an opera and

two opera-ballets. He also wrote motets for the

Concert Spirituel (where he was director) and

divertissements for the Comedie-Italienne.

During his lifetime he had 50 chamber pieces

published. Suite des Symphonies No.1 is

known today as the familiar theme for

television's Masterpiece Theater.

Finale, Symphony No.2 "Little Russian"

by Peter I. Tchaikovsky (1840 - 1893)

Tchaikovsky was born in Votkinsk, Russia.

He began a career in law but soon gave it up

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for music. During this period, the Russian elite

was trying to remake Russia along modernized

Western lines. Many people thought Russia

was in danger of losing its identity, and the

composer Balakirev started an anti-Western

group called the "Russian Five." Balakirev had

little formal musical training and felt others

could compose without training as well. He

encouraged his colleagues-Mussorgsky,

Rirnsky-Korsakov, Borodin, and Cui-to be

innovative, self-sufficient, and clumsy if

necessary. Balakirev advised Tchaikovsky as

well, but Tchaikovsky chose to express his

own nationalism by using standard Western

forms to develop his distinctively Russian

sound. His music became so popular in

Europe, that along with Saint-Saens and Grieg,

he received the honorary degree of Doctor of

Music from Cambridge in 1893.

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"Little Russia" is another name for the

Ukraine and the subtitle to the Second Symphony

refers to two Ukrainian folk melodies

used in the symphony, one in the first movement

and one in the last movement. It is the

last movement, Finale, that has made this

symphony so popular. It begins with a spirited

Ukrainian tune which is a dance theme in the

major key. It is like a ceremonial introduction

followed by variations. Then comes a softer

second theme followed by a development

section which contrasts the two. It ends with a

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"Sheep May Safely Graze"

"Dona Nobis Pacem"

by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750)

Bach was the greatest organist of his time,

and he made his living by writing music for the

church. He did, however, write some nonreligious

cantatas. They were pieces written to

entertain and flatter the princes and electors at

their weddings, birthdays, anniversaries and

other ceremonies. These secular cantatas are

miniature operas without costumes and stage

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Program Notes (continued)

settings. The vocalists play the part of characters

from Greek mythology in highly dramatic

scenes. "Sheep May Safely Graze", from Bach's

Hunting Cantata, evokes a feeling of heavenly

peace and a musical picture of shepherds

quietly tending their flocks. It creates a scene

of peace on earth for the Christmas season.

The Mass in B Minor is one of the sublime

works in sacred art. It is considered Bach's

most significant composition in the field of

sacred music. He worked on it for nearly

twenty-five years. It consists of 25 substantial

choral and solo pieces and is brought to a

glorious finish by "Dona Nobis Pacem".

"The Heavens Are Telling"

from The Creation

by Franz Joseph Haydn (1732 - 1809)

Haydn grew up as an Austrian peasant, but

through his musical talent rose to great fame.

In the 18th Century, the common people had

access to church music and street music, but

"classical" music was reserved for the wealthy

families, who hired their own orchestras and

Kapellmeisters to direct and write the music.

Haydn was already a celebrated musician

when he became Kapellmeister for the

Esterhazys. He enjoyed a good salary, was

assured performances of his compositions, and

had an orchestra and choir at his beck and call

for experimentation. He served Prince Nicolaus

Esterhazy for 28 years. When the old prince

died in 1790, he was succeeded by his son

Prince Anton. Anton did not share his father'S

love for music and so dismissed the members

of the orchestra. He kept Haydn on salary but

left him free to do what he wanted.

During this time Haydn went to London

where he was a great success. It was here that

he helped define the evolving symphony.

While in England he was commissioned to

write a new opera, six symphonies, and 20

smaller compositions. After 5 years the 63-yearold

composer left England, not to retire but to

begin a new musical venture-writing choral

music. Prince Anton Esterhazy had died and his

successor, Nicolaus II, called Haydn back to

Austria to restore the orchestra to its former

glory. Haydn would spend 15 years serving this

Esterhazy prince who would be the hardest of

all to satisfy.

The Prince professed a love of mUSiC,but

not especially for Haydn's. He preferred the

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himself the envy of many other potentates. The

work Haydn did for his narrow-minded patron

was not very satisfying. Before he left London,

Haydn said: " I want to write a work that will

give permanent fame to my name in the

world." Haydn was convinced that an oratorio

would do just that. When Haydn asked his

friend Barthelemon to suggest a suitable

subject for an oratorio, he pointed to the Bible

and exclaimed: " There! Take that, and begin at

the beginning." And so he began composing

The Creation. The work progressed slowly

because he wanted it to last a long time, and

the years he spent on it were some of the

happiest in his life. It premiered in Vienna and

soon was popular in London and Paris as well.

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We wish to gratefully acknowledge the following for their generous donations:

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Ilene Marckx

Arnie and Judy Ness

Gertrude Pfeffer

Mark and Sheri Robison

Judy Seiwerath

William and

Mary Helen Smith

John and Beth Weaver

First Chair $500-$999

The Boeing Company

Matching Fund

Michelle delvlonnin"

Nancy Ise]

Chris E. Leavitt

Photography"

Popich Sign"

Top Performer $300-$499

Albertson's"

Kirby and Marlene Luther

Round Table Pizza

West Campus Music Center"

Wildwood Flower"

Supporter $100-$299

ARca Foundation

Matching Fund

BankAmerica Foundation

Matching Fund

Dr. Bertold and Edith Bruell

Rosalie Buchanan

Jim and Jeanne Burbidge

Robert and Susan Cairns

Richard and

Elaine Carpenter

Coffee Europa"

Philip and Beverly Copps

Ed and Millie DeGroot

Federal Way Sunrise Rotary

Nellie M. Fleming

Bill and Mary Gates

Garnet Hall

Betty and Milton Huff

Celebrating Our 14th Fabulous Year With

The Federal Way Philharmonic!

And many thanks to our fine representatiuesfor bringing our chocolates

to the Federal Way - Tacoma Area

WestFair Pharmacy • Host International Gift Shops

Larry's Market • Bon Marche • Thirteen Coins

Maison Glacee • Villa Fine Foods • Coffee Europa

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Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Innes

Barry and Gloria James

Doug and Diane Johnson

Dave and Nancy Jones

George Justus

Korum Motors

Anne and David Malmquist

Matt and Susan Maury

Dr. and Mrs. William McKee

Merrill Lynch

Matching Gift Program

Microsoft Corporation*

Doug and Anne Millar

Mr. and

Mrs. James Miltimore

Allen and Angelika Mitchell

Maryann and Sam Mitchell

Dianne and Denny Nelson

Doug and Cheryl Peterson

Power Graphix Corp.*

Skip Priest and

Patricia Bennett

Jon and Melva Rand

Randy's Flowers*

Ray and Susie Renz

Doris Rime

Nancy Robertson

Dennis Roth

Lindsey and Andrea Shelley

Anna Belle Staley

(in memory of

Norma L. Weiss)

Ann Stephens

Carlene Sumners

(in memory of

James E. Sumners)

Bob and Colleen Toohey

US WEST Foundation

Matching Fund

Ernest Vogel

Warranty Business Systems*

Phil and Nancy Watkins

Randy Williams and

Linda deFusco

Friend $5-$99

Kerry and Janet Allman

Perry and Christine Atkins

Clark Beck

Joseph E. Boling

William and

Jean Marie Brough

William and Eloise Brown

Otto and Marianne Buerger

George and Janice Cornell

Ronald and

Tommy Ann Delzer

Elsie M. Dennis

Henry and Jane Fitzgerald

R. P. and Carol Garberg

George and

Marjorie Gilmour

Gaye and Robert Greeves

Elizabeth Gregory

Lee and Muriel Haegele

Hammond Piano Studio

Torval and Marilyn Haugen

Craig and

Linda Hendrickson

Sharron K. Hunter

Diane Kero and Vanessa Lee

Heinz and Charlotte Kozik

Nancy and Loren Kragh

Mrs. Keith Legge

Bernice A. Lettenmaier

Patricia E. Lofstedt

Luigi's Cucina*

Pat Malone

George McElroy

(in memory of

Marjorie Pettengill)t

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James and Laura McKeag

Mr. and

Mrs. Larry Monuteaux

Murdock & White

James Nyberg

Richard Poppe

E. Louise H. Porter, Ph.D.

Walter Remak

Marcus and Paula Rieke

Evelyn Schanzenbach

M. Colleen Sembar

George and Arlyn Skarich

Bernice and Elwood Smith

Marcia J. Smith

Larry and Mavis Stears

Diane Sweeney

Phyllis Tellari

Lily Uyeno

Roger and Della Yeager

§ Membership in the

Conductor's Club is open

to all individuals.

Special benefits are

offered to members.

* In-kind donation

t Donation to Marjorie

Easly Memorial Fund


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Match Your Gift

to the Philharmonic

Last year the Philharmonic received more than

$1,300 from corporate matching funds. You may be able

to double your gift to the Philharmonic through your

company's matching fund. Contact your personnel office

for further information. Following is a partial list of

companies uibich match funds:

Agena

IBM

AT&T Johnson Controls

The Boeing Company K Mart

Bon Marche

Key Bank

Chevron

Merrill Lynch

Chubb & Sons

Microsoft

CIGNA

Safeco

Citibank

Seafirst Bank

CNA Sundstrand Data Control

Coca-Cola

Travelers Co.

Digital Equipment UPS

Exxon

US West

Fireman's Fund Washington Mutual

First Interstate Bank Weyerhaeuser

Trimberger Homes

Professional Custom Home Builder

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draw standing ovations.

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association with a variety of artistic institutions across the country. Sponsoring concerts, dance

performances,

The difference

theaters, operas and museum exhibits i our way of making a difference.

is Merrill Lynch.

206-941-9490

Merrill Lynch

31919 1st Avenue South, Suite 200

Federal Way, WA 98003

~ Merrill Lynch

A tradition of trust.

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