Concert program for The Portland Junior Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jacques Gershkovitch. The program opened with "The Barber of Seville" by Rossini. Other selections performed included works by Corelli, Borodin, Dvorak and Dukas. William Lamont played an English Horn solo and flowers were provided by The Lambert Gardens.
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THE OREGON FEDERATION OF MUSIC CLUBS presents THE PORTLAND JUNIOR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Jacques Gershkovitch, Conductor June 14, 1938 8:30 P. M. < Municipal Auditorium Program Overture, "The Barber of Seville"..........Rossini Suite in D Minor...............Corelli Sarabande Gigue Badinerie Arranged for String Orchestra by Ettore Pinelli Polovtsian Dances from "Prince Igor"........Borodin Intermission The New World Symphony............Dvorak Adagio Allegro molto Largo English Horn Solo by William Lamont Mosquito Dance from "Five Miniatures"....... . White The Sorcerer's Apprentice.............Dukas FLOWERS COURTESY OF THE LAMBERT GARDENS Portland's Leading Music Department Sheet Music tor Students, Teachers and Artists ♦ Victor, Brunswick and Columbia Phonograph Records ♦ Intelligent and Courteous Service ♦ YOUR MUSIC PATRONAGE IS INVITED THE J. K. GILL CO. S.W. Fifth Avenue at Stark ATwater 8681
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June 14, 1938