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1903 Dec 19 / Young People's Concert / Damrosch

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Orchestras
  • New York Symphony
Conductors
Soloists
"S" = Soloist
"A" = Assisting Artist
Works
  • Gluck / Orfeo ed Euridice
    • Dance of a Fury
    • "Chi mai dell'erebo," Coro (second time)
    • "Deh! Placatevi con me!" Aria (Orfeo) e Coro
    • "Misero giovane!" Coro
    • "Mille pene, ombre sdegnose," Aria (Orfeo)
    • "Ah, quale incognito," Coro
    • "Men tiranne, ah voi sareste," Aria (Orfeo)
    • "Ah, quale incognito," Coro (second time)
    • Dance of the Furies
    • Dance of the Blessed Spirits
    • "Che puro ciel! che chiaro sol!" Quasi recitativo (Orfeo)
    • "Vieni ai regni del riposo," Coro
    • Dance of the Heroes
    • "O voi, ombre felici," Recit. (Orfeo)
    • "Torna, o bella," Coro
  • Haydn / Symphony No. 94 in G major, H.I:94, Surprise
    • Handel / Messiah
      • Pifa ("Pastoral Symphony")
      • Duet (Soprano and Contralto): He shall feed His flock
      • Chorus: Hallelujah!
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    Dates / Event Types / Venues
    • Dec 19, 1903 / / Young People's Concert / Carnegie Hall / Manhattan, NY
    Notes
    "Saturday Afternoon"; "Second Symphony Concert for Young People"

    Opheus and Euridice: may be performed in English, Italian, or French, in editions by Gluck (Italian, 1762, or French, 1774), Berlioz (French, 1859) or Ricordi (Italian, 1889). Selections from Act II: listed in program in English.
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    Project Funder:
    • Leon Levy Foundation
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