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Selections From Verdi Feature Program at Pops Concert Tonight

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With the Pops Concerts on their sixth week of their forty-fifth season tonight's program will feature Verdi. The Fantasia from "ll Trovatore" will be the first of the compositions of this musician to be rendered tonight by the orchestra of 80 symphony players under the direction of Arthur Fiedler. The program will close with the triumphal march from "Aida."

The other numbers on this evening's program will be the Prelude to "Carmen" by Bizel, the overture to Wagner's "The Flying Dutchman", "En Sourdine" by Tellam, "Finlandia", a symphonic poem composed by Sibelius, "Ave Maria" of Bach-Gounod, and Tchaikovsky's "Ouverture Solonelle", a selection from Victor Herbert's "Eileen", and a Strauss walts, "Vienna Blood".

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