Pops Revue Night

SalutationConverse (Composed for the Pops--First Per.) "An Evening with Bilse," Humorous Potpourri  Ernst Scherz Pizzicato Polka  Strauss *Overture, "William Tell"  Rossini *Overture to "Mignon"  Thomas (Guest cond.--Timothee Adamowski) "Sylvan Suite," Second Movement  Strube (Guest conductor--Gustav Strube) *"Samson and Delilah," Fantasia  Saint-Saens (Guest conductor--Clement Lenom) "Five Decades" (Hans Wiener Dancers with Orchestra) First Decade, 1885-1895, The immortal Strauss waltzes sweep around the world. *Waltzes from "Thousand and One Nights"  Johann Strauss Second Decade, 1895-1905. Ragtime makes its bid for popularity Cakewalk, "At a Georgia Camp Meeting"  Lee Terny Third Decade, 1905-1915. Importation of South American rhythms. *Tango, "El Choclo"  Villolodo Fourth Decade, 1915-1925. Dance of the Allied Nations. Fifth Decade, 1925-1935. Modern sophistication. *"The Continental"  Conrad Tuesday Evening, May 28 Entrance of the Boyards  Halvorsen *Overture to "Oberon"  Weber "The Fair Day," from "An Irish Symphony"  Harty *Two Hungarian Dances  Brahms No. 5 in G minor No. 6 in D major *"On the Beautiful Blue Danube," Waltzes  Strauss "On the Trail," from the suite, "Grand Canyon"  Grofe *Overture to "Tannhauser"  Wagner *"Pictures at an exhibition"  Moussorgsky-Ravel (Hans Wiener Dancers, with Orch.) Selections checked (*) are available on records at Briggs & Briggs Music Store, Harvard Sq.