Following is the program for the Pop Concert at Symphony Hall this evening: 1.Werner march, Ziehrer 2. Waltz, "Longchamps Fleuri," Waldteufel 3. Overture, "Stradella," Flotow 4. Selection, "Singing Girl," Herbert 5. Selection, "Il Trovatore," Verdi 6. Two movements from "Peer Gynt," Grieg (a) Anitra's Dance. (b) In the Halls of the Mountain King. 7. "Under the Linden Trees," from "Scenes Alsaciennes," Massenet 'Cello obligato, Mr. Keller. Clarinet obligato, Mr. Fritzsche. 8. Waltz, "Vienna Bonbons," Strauss 9. Overture, "Pique Dame," Suppe 10. Valse bleue, Margis 11. Selection, "Erminie," Jakobowski 12. Military march, Zach
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