1. Wedding March, Mendelssohn. 2. Overture, "Merry Wives of Windsor," Nicolai. 3. Waltz, "Doctrinen," Strauss. 4. Overture, "Tabasco," Chadwick (first time). 5. Ballet Music, "Korrigan," Widor (first time). 6. Overture, "Semiramide," Rossini. 7. Hymn to St. Cecilia, Gounod (solo violin, Mr. Schnitzler). 8. Ride of the Walkyries, Wagner. 9. Love's Dream After the Ball, Czibulka. 10. Barcarolle, Waldteufel. 11. Polka, "Libelle," Strauss. 12. March, "Hoch Habsburg," Kral.
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