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AT THE POPS

Tuesday Eve., May 12--Harvard Night

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

*Procession of BacchusDelibes *Der Freischutz," Overture  Weber *Danse Macabre  Saint-Saens *"Ride of the Valkyries"  Wagner *Choruses with Orchestra from "Patience" (Sullivan) and Sea Chanties (McPhoe)  Harvard Glee Club Chorus G. Wallace Woodworth, Conductor *"Scheherazade," Third Movement  Rimsky-Korsakov The Prince and the Princess *"Rienzi," Overture  Wagner Selection, "The Lid's Off," Hasty Pudding Show of 1936  Cammann Newbury ,'37, E. R. Sargent, '36, Gaspar G. Bacon, Jr. '37 (Arr. by Leroy Anderson) Conducted by Leroy Anderson *"Voices of Spring," Waltzes  Strauss *"Up the Street"  Morse Selections checked (*) are available on records at Briggs & Briggs Music Store, Harvard Square

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