*Wedding March, "A Midsummer Night's DreamMendelssohn *Overture to "Russean and Ludmilla" Glinka *Andante (Second Movement) from the "Surprise"Symphony, No 94 Haydn *Finale from "Suite Cinderella" Eric Coates Arrival of the Prince and his Attendants *March of the Smugglers and Gypsy Dance from "Carmen" Bizet *Overture to "Tannhauser' Wagner Orphean Club of Lasalle Junior College George Sawyer Dunham, Conductor. *"Estudiantina" Waltzes Waldt-Eufol *The Toy Trumpet Scott *Czardas from Coppellia Delibes *Selections checked (") are available on records at Briggs & Briggs Music Store, Harvard Square.
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