1972 Madrigal Dinner Musica Antiqua
Dee Dreeszen is holding the hirtenschalmei; Carl Bleyle is holding the alto zink.
Walnut stand constructed by Phil Elrod holds tapestry crafted by Dee.
From left: Doug Peterson, Alan (in background), Phyllis Tucker, Carl Bleyle
1972 Madrigal Dinner photo taken in Great Hall, ISU Memorial Union
back row: Doug Kirk, Gary Tysdal, Alan Spohnheimer, Earl Hammond,
Jean Thomas, Pam Myatt, Susan Sacquitne, Carl Bleyle, Bruce Kirk
foreground: Father Hohlfeld, Ed Weiss
The three-stop positif organ visible in background was built by Fritz Noack in 1965. It has the honor of being the first mechanical-action organ, antique or modern, at Iowa State University. It has foundation stops at 8', 4' and 2'. Noack's opus 33 was one of two identical positifs built at the same time, the other now residing in the Unitarian Church in Andover, Massachusetts. The positif has been used on stage by the Iowa State Singers, Musica Antiqua, and by guest artists such as Karel Paukert.