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Seventy-second Season [1984-1985]

September 16, 1984
Overture from the Operetta Candide
Leonard Bernstein

“Marche militaire française”from Suite algérienne,
Op. 60, No. 4
Camille Saint-Saëns
Henry Gass, associate conductor,conducting

TheSax Chronicles
Harry Freedman

Ententefor Baritone Saxophone and Orchestra
Gerry Mulligan

K-4Pacific
Gerry Mulligan

“Please Don't Talk About Me WhenI’m Gone”
Sam H. Stept

Plus Various Selections
TheGerry Mulligan Quartet:Gerry Mulligan, saxophone; BillMays, piano; Frank Luther,contrabass; Richard Derosa,drums
Gerry Mulligan
, conducting

October 14, 1984
FestiveOverture, Op. 96
Dmitri Shostakovich

Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.5 in F Major, Opus 103, “Egyptian”
Camille Saint-Saëns
Lorin Hollander, piano

Daphnisand Chloé, Ballet SuitesNos. 1 and 2
Maurice Ravel

November 18, 1984
Overture from the Opera Cosìfan tutte
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Potpourrifor Viola and Orchestra in G Minor, Op. 94
Johann Nepomuk Hummel

Joseph de Pasquale,violist

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra
in E Minor, Op. 64
Felix Mendelssohn
Franco Gulli, violinist

Sinfonia concertante for Violin,Viola and Orchestra
in E-flat Major, K. 364
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Franco Gulli, violinist;Joseph de Pasquale, violist

January 27, 1985
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.3 in D minor, Op. 30
Sergei Rachmaninov
Leon Bates, pianist

Symphony No. 2 in E minor, Op. 27
Sergei Rachmaninov

February 17, 1985
Overture from the Opera Ruslanand Lyudmila
Mikhail Glinka

Voiceof the Phoenix for Koto andOrchestra
Neil McKay
[première performance]
Ricardo D. Trimillos, kotoist
Fugue for Eighteen Violins ArcadyDubensky

Symphony No. 4, “Sinfonía románitica”
Carlos Chávez

March 10, 1985
Romeoand Juliet, Fantasy Overturefor Soprano, Tenor and Orchestra
Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
[arr., Sergei Taneyev]
Jean Bradel, soprano; BrianMeneeley, tenor

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No.2 in D Minor, Op. 22
Henryk Wieniawski
Sherry Kloss, violinist

Symphony No. 2, Op. 30, Romantic
Howard Hanson

April 14, 1985
Selections from the Musical South Pacific
Richard Rodgers
[arr., Robert Russell Bennett]

“Opening Pule,” Chant
Traditional
Mahina Bailey and Kehi Chang, chanters

“Kaulilua Ike Anu O Waialeale,” hula
Traditional

“Kawaika,” hula
Traditional
The Mahina Halau, hula dancers

“Ko Maka Palu Palu”
J.K. Aea

“Pualila”
Alfred Alohikea
Jimmy Kaina, soloist

“Paokalani”
Queen Lydia Liuookalani

“Akaka Falls”
Helen Parker
[arranged by L. Krause]

“Aoia”
John Almeida

“E Maliu Maie”
Ermigarde Aluli
Nina Kealiiwahamana, Jimmy Kaina
, soloists

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