N A S S A U N O T E S
'Messiah sing set'
Pianist George Winston
Pianist George Winston will perform his winter
concert at 8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 18, at
McCarter Theatre. Included in the diverse program
will be his renditions of Vince Guaraldi's scores
from the Peanuts cartoons and "Hawaiian Slack Key
Guitar," demonstrating his traditional
Members of the University community are invited to lend
their voices to a performance of Handel's "Messiah" at 7:30
p.m. Monday, Dec. 11, in the University Chapel.
The sing-along will feature the
Christmas portion of the composition as well as other
selected choruses. Soloists Clare Mueller, soprano, and John
Sawyer, bass, also will perform, along with organ, string
and trumpet accompanists. Penna Rose, director of chapel
music, will conduct the group.
Participants are encouraged to
bring a score, or they may borrow one at the door. The event
is expected to run about one and a half hours. Admission is
$5; students may attend free.
Cavell focuses on 'The Good Film'
Philosopher Stanley Cavell will address "The Good of
Film" at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 14, in 104 Computer
Science Building as part of the James A. Moffett '29
Lectures in Ethics.
A professor emeritus at Harvard
University, Cavell is a recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship
and a past president of the American Philosophical
Association. His publications include "Nothing Goes Without
Saying," a discussion of the language of three Marx Brothers
films, and "Contesting Tears: The Melodrama of the Unknown
Woman," an investigation of several Hollywood melodramas
from the '30s and '40s.
A reception will follow the
lecture. For more information, visit the University Center
for Human Values Web site at <www.princeton.edu/values>
or call 258-4798.
Community of Scholars
This photograph of the Oct. 22, 1913, dedication of the
Graduate School is part of the exhibit, "A Community of
Scholars: Graduate Education at Princeton," on display at
Firestone Library through April 1. A Friends of the
Library tour of the exhibit, part of the Graduate College's
centennial celebration, is scheduled for 3 p.m. Saturday,
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