Wabash Music Department to Present Spring Spotlightby Karen Handley • April 15, 2005
The Wabash College Music Department invites you to the 16th Annual Spring Spotlight Concert at the College. The musical performance will take place on Tuesday, April 19 at 8:00 p.m. in the Lewis S. Salter Concert Hall in the Fine Arts Center.
Songs that will be performed include Spring, a web-delivered multimedia by music professor Peter Hulen; Sonata in D Major, opus posthumous by Arcangelo Corelli; Don Quichotter á Dulcinée by Maurice Ravel; Autumn Leaves, arranged by Wabash senior Abraham Lucas; Ascop, a Peruvian Andes folk song; Allegro, from Sonata in A Major by Ludwig Beethoven; Sankoch, a traditional Indian harmonium music; Allegro poco maestoso, from Sonata #2, opus 43 by Bernhard Romberg; and Die beiden Grenadiere and Allegro, ma non troppo, from Piano Quintet in E-flat major by Robert Schumann.
The Spotlight Concert has become a great year-end tradition sponsored by the Wabash College Music Department, a gift of light, relaxing entertainment for the whole community. Please join the Wabash students and staff for a delightful evening of musical entertainment.
Admission to the performance is free and everyone is welcome.