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Symposium 28 - The Atlantis Ensemble

5 December 1993

THE ATLANTIS ENSEMBLE



Program


  • Trio in E flat, Op 12

    Allegro agitato
    Andante
    FINALE: Presto

     

    Johann Nepomuk Hummel
    1778-1837

  • Trio in D minor, Op 11

    Allegro molto vivace
    Andante expressivo
    Lied: Allegretto
    Finale: Allegro moderato

     

    Fanny Cäcilie Mendelssohn
    1805-1847
  • INTERMISSION

  • Trio in D major, Op 36

    Adagio-Allegro con brio
    Larghetto quasi andante
    Scherzo-Trio
    Allegro molto

     

    Ludwig van Beethoven
    1770-1827

Musicians

Members


    We wish to express our gratitude to Helicon’s Members
    whose support has made possible the events of this our nineth season:

    Leslie Armstrong, Mrs. F. Henry Berlin, Dorianne Beyer, Nancy Cardozo,
    Octavio Ciano, James M. Cornacchia, Edmond & Yvette Cotty, Philip and Gloria Cowen, Ian Danic,
    V. Edward Dent, Edward K. Dunham, M.D., Joan Easton, Judith Levin, Timothy Harwood,
    Franklin Heller & Christian Steiner, Louise Hodgson, Craig Logan Jackson, Beverley Peck Johnson,
    Pat & Paul Kaplan, Paula Konikoff, Ernest Levenstein, Robert M. Light, Peter C. Lombardo M.D.,
    Stephen Magowan, Martin M. Mandel M.D., Jeanne and David Martowski,
    Karen McLaughlin & Mark Schubin, Charles Myers, Dr. Zoltan Ovary, George C. Pappastavrou,
    Wade and Elizabeth Parks, Dr. Susan Zolla-Pazner & Sherman S. Pazner, M.D., Lisa Poli,
    Marion & Phil Ponzek, The Susan & Elihu Rose Foundation, Richard Schemm,
    Donna and Herbie Schinderman, Arlene & Bruce Simon, Jason Starr, Virginia & Edwin Steffe,
    Miss Alice Tully, Pamela Drexel Walker, Dianne & Bob Whitecotton
    and Joanne Witty & Eugene J. Keilin

    And to our other benefactors whose help has been so meaningful:
    Robert Campbell, Cesare Santeramo, James & Diane Lyon, and William Hibsher



Special Thanks


    Helicon is deeply grateful to the estate of
    Gladys Kriebel Delmas
    for its assistance in sponsoring this 28th Symposium.