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MSO -Chamber I Haydn`s 73rd
7:30 PM, Friday, November 16, 2012
Galloway Memorial United Methodist Church

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The Impossible Duet: Handel-Halvorsen
Passacaglia for Cello and Violin.
I couldn't find a violinist to play this piece with me 
so I just decided to play the violin part myself.
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Why is viola called "bratsche" in Germany?
Because that's the sound it makes when you sit down on it.

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Mississippi Girlchoir
The Mississippi Girlcoir, established in 1995 under the baton and vision of Ms. Lillian Lee, serves the Metro Jackson, Mississippi community with membership in the choir covering six counties and involving girls from parochial, public, and private schools as well as home schooled participants. They were most recently honored by the state of Hawaii when asked to sing at the 50th Anniversary of Statehood Celebration in Honolulu , Hawaii . The Mississippi Girlchoir has performed at the World Voices of Australia Festival in Sydney , Australia as well as at Carnegie Hall in New York where they are to return this spring to sing the world premiere of a new work by Joseph Martin honoring, and set to the poetry of, a 13-year-old young man who died of muscular dystrophy. They are one of four choirs invited to premier this work by the Artistic Director of Stephen Roddy of the Houston Children’s Choir.

In its fourteen year history the Mississippi Girlchoir has continued to broaden it reputation for musical excellence in the community, throughout the state, nationally and internationally. In July of 2007 forty girls from the choir represented Mississippi at the World Voices of Australia Festival in Sydney , Australia , giving a solo concert on the world famous Sydney Opera House stage which received a standing ovation. In January 2008 the choir performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City with theMississippi College Singers, again receiving a standing ovation.
 
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