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Seventy-third Season [1985-1986]

September 15, 1985
Richard Hayman, guest conducting“Pop Goes Country”
“Hullaballoo,” A Country Western Medley
“Bonaparte’s Retreat”
“Tennessee Waltz”
“Cold, Cold Heart”
“Jambalaya”
[arr., Richard Hayman]
“Orange Blossom Special”
[arranged by RichardHayman]
“Alabama Jubilee”
George L. Cobb and Jack Yellen
“Shenandoah”
Traditional
[arranged by Richard Hayman]
“High Noon”
Dimitri Tiomkin
“Roses from the South,”
Medley
“Mexicali Rose”
Jack Tenney and Helen Stone
“San Antonio Rose”
James Robert Wills
“Yellow Rose of Texas”
Traditional
[arranged by Richard Hayman]
“Streets of Laredo”
Ray Evans and Jay Livingston
[arr., Richard Hayman]

A Medley of Country Western Favorites arranged by Richard Hayman

“Hill Country Theme” from LyndonJohnson's Texas
Glenn Paxton
“Wichita Lineman”
Jim Webb
“By the Time I Get to Phoenix”
Jim Webb
“Kentucky Waltz”
Bill Monroe
“Tennessee Waltz”
Redd Stewart and Pee Wee King
“Tennessee Toreador”
Amerigo Marino
“King of the Road”
Roger Miller
“Gotta Travel On”
Johnny Clayton

October 13, 1985
Essayfor Orchestra, No. 2, Op. 17
Samuel Barber

AppalachianSpring
Aaron Copland

Concertoin F for Piano and Orchestra
George Gershwin
Susan Starr, piano

November 17, 1985
Oberturapara el Fausto Criollo
Alberto Ginastera

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No.2 in G minor, Op. 63
Sergei Prokofiev
Peter Zazofsky, violin

Symphony No. 2 in G Major, “ALondon Symphony”
Ralph Vaughan Williams

December 15, 1985
Overture from the Operetta Die Fledermaus
Johann Strauss

“Questa o quella” from the Opera Rigoletto
Giuseppe Verdi
Kenneth Riegel, tenor

Prelude from the Opera LaTraviata
Giuseppe Verdi

“Libiamo, ne’lieti calici” fromthe Opera La Traviata,“Toasting Song”
Giuseppe Verdi
Victoria Schneider, soprano; KennethRiegel, tenor

“Ah, fors’è lui quest’anima”from the Opera La Traviata
Giuseppe Verdi
Victoria Schneider, soprano

“Je suis seul!” from the Opera Manon
Jules Massenet
Kenneth Riegel, tenor

“Toi! Vous!” from the Opera Manon
Jules Massenet
Victoria Schneider, soprano;Kenneth Riegel, tenor

“Il était une fois à la courd’Eisenach” from the Opera LesContes d'Hoffmann, “The Legend of Kleinsach”
Jacques Offenbach
Kenneth Riegel, tenor

“C’est une chanson d’amour”from the Opera Les Contesd'Hoffmann
Jacques Offenbach
Kenneth Riegel, tenor;Victoria Schneider,soprano

“Chacun le sait” from the Opera LaFille du Regiment
Gaetano Donizetti
Victoria Schneider, soprano

“Wein,Wein nur du allein”
Rudolph Sieczynski
Kenneth Riegel, tenor

“Mein Herr Marquis” from theOperetta Die Fledermaus
Johann Strauss
Victoria Schneider, soprano

“Christmas Kaleidoscope”
Hugo Vianello
“Holiday Sing-a-long”
“Hava nagilah”
Israeli, Tradional
“Jingle Bells”
American, Traditional
“O Tannenbaum”
German, Traditional
“Deck the Halls”
Welsh, Traditional

January 19, 1986
Lebaiser de la fée, Ballet,“The Fairy’s Kiss”
Igor Stravinsky

Concerto for Violin, Violoncello andOrchestra
in A Minor, Op. 102
Johannes Brahms
Charles Rex
, violin; ChristopherRex, violoncello

February 16, 1986
Psyché,Symphonic Poem
César Franck

Leroi David, Psaumesymphonique, “King David”
Arthur Honegger
Frank Runyeon
, narrator
Marjorie Pierce
, soprano
Dail Mahood Richie
, alto
Brian Meneely
, tenor
Mildred Ice
as the Witch of Endor
Reading Choral Society
; GailPoch, director
Reading Madrichor
;Donald Reber, director

March 9, 1986
Divertimento for Orchestra
Leonard Bernstein

Gliuccelli, Suite, “TheBirds”
Ottorino Respighi

Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67
Ludwig van Beethoven

April 6, 1986
“Belle of the Ball”
Leroy Anderson

“Plink, Plank, Plunk”
Leroy Anderson

“Serenata”
Leroy Anderson

“I Don't Know How To Love Him”
Andrew Lloyd Webber

“If”
David Gates
Earl Rose Trio: Earl Rose, pianist; Ron Raffio, bass;
Darryl Pellegrini, percussion

“I Want To Share Today With You”
Earl Rose

“Ain't Misbehavin'”
Thomas “Fats” Waller

“Morning Has Broken”
Traditional Gaelic
[arr., Earl Rose]

“Duke Ellington Medley”
Edward Kennedy Ellington
Earl Rose Trio; Earl Rose, conducting
“Slaughter on Tenth Avenue”
Richard Rodgers

“Could It Be Magic?”
Barry Manilow

“Never Gonna Fall In Love Again”
Eric Carmen

Earl Rose Trio
“But Not For Me”
George Gershwin

“Mine”
George Gershwin

“Love Theme In Search of A Motion Picture” Earl Rose
Earl Rose Trio; Earl Rose, conducting

“Right From The Heart”
Earl Rose

“Someone, Somewhere”
Earl Rose
Earl Rose Trio

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