Invites you to share music with
Joe Illick and Friends
Saturday, February 12, 2005, 4:00 pm
4808 Drexel Drive - Home of Dorothea Kelley
Joe Illick, Piano, Gina Browning, Soprano, and
Gary Levinson, Violin
Music for Soprano and Violin by Rachmaninoff, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Sarasate, Chopin,
and even, WAGNER!
Virginia Abdo Introduces the Program
The Performers: Levinson, Illick, and Browning
An Intense Moment
Illick Introduces Browning
Taking a Final Bow
Gary Hands the Violin
Father and Son
A Musical Team: Gina Browning and Joe Illick
Virginia Abdo with Gina Browning and Joe Illick
greets WSD Members
A Great Afternoon
of Music Making
Wagner: Tannhauser - Paraphrase for Violin and
Piano, arr. Illick and Levinson
Rachmaninoff: Song for Soprano, Violin and Piano
O, Cease your Singing
Tchaikovsky: Melodie for Violin and Piano
Saint-Saens: Two Songs for Soprano, Violin and Piano
1. L'Amour est une Chose Legere
2. Violin dans le Soir
Mozart: Concert Aria for Violin, Soprano and Piano.
Non Temer, Amato Bene
Wagner: Two Arias for Soprano and Piano
Tannhauser: Dich Teure Halle
Lohengrin: Einsam in Trueber Tagen
Sarasate: Introduction and Tarantella for Violin
Bach: Musette for Violin and Piano.
(Played by Erick Illick)
Joe Illick suggested a company in New York which specializes in
vocal music scores. It is called Classical Vocal Reprints, and is run by
Glendower Jones. His phone number in New York City is (800) 298-7474. He has a
www.classicalvocalrep.com, which has a catalog you can browse for vocal
music with various instruments.
Light Refreshments after the music
A $10.00 donation would be welcome.
Please RSVP by Thursday, February 10, to make sure you have a
Photos for the Wagner Society of Dallas by Ed Flaspoehler
Welcome to The Wagner Society of Dallas. You know, as Texans, we're
bound to strive for being the biggest and best of all the Wagner groups
in the world over.
My hope, in addition, is that we ensure your attendance and
participation by offering an interesting, stimulating, and enjoyable
array of meetings, recitals, and travel. Let us know if you have
suggestions for future activities, and do make an effort to join in
during the coming months with your membership, attendance, and above all
joy of being with fellow Wagner aficionados.
President of the Wagner Society of Dallas
The Wagner Society of Dallas - Virginia R.
Abdo and Dr. James T. Wheeler,
The Wagner Society of Dallas is devoted to furthering the enjoyment
and appreciation of the music of Richard Wagner. The Dallas group is one
of many Wagner Societies all over the world. It is a non-profit
organization open to anyone who enjoys the works of Richard Wagner and
who would like to participate in the Society’s activities.
The Wagner Society of Dallas has monthly meetings and programs which
feature recitals, lectures, video screenings, receptions for opera
singers and personalities, and trips to Wagner performances in other
cities. We welcome music lovers who are already familiar with Wagner’s
works as well as those who may want to become more knowledgeable about
Member Benefits include attendance at programs, our newsletter,
discount on books and CD’s, advance notice of events and selected ticket
services, receipt of the Membership Directory, ticket allotments to
Bayreuth, and an active link with fellow Wagnerians throughout the