I, Roger M. Wilcox, sang either soprano or tenor in the Junior High School Choir on this program.
1. Stairway to the Stars (1979), by Malneck and Signorelli, arr. Tony Fox
2. Welcome (1979), given by Dr. George L. Caldwell, Superintendent of Schools
3. Theme from the Masterpiece Theater, by J.J. Mauret and Paul Parnes
4. Norwegian Wood - String Orchestra, by John Lennon and Paul McCartney
5. Waltz Festival, by Fred Muller
6. Easter Chorale Variations, by John J. Pasek
7. From Every Mountain Sounding, by Johannes Brahms
8. Chicken Soup with Rice, by Carole King (from "Really Rosie") [The abrupt ending was that way on the recording. I suspect the audience started applauding too early and the recording engineers elected to cut it off.]
9. It Takes Practice, by Ruth Roberts and Ralph Stein. The tennis-playing girl on the back of the album cover appeared during this song.
1. España Cani, Spanish folk song, arr. Merle J. Isaac
2. Farandole from L'Arlesienne - Suite No. 2, by Georges Bizet
3. Neighbors' Chorus, from from "La Jolie Parfumeuse" by Jacques Offenbach
4. Farewell my Love, adapted by Charles Hirt
5. Rhythm of Life, from "Sweet Charity" by Dorothy Fields and Cy Coleman, arr. Richard Barnes
1. Lovers Love the Spring, by Arthur Frackenpohl
2. Shenandoah, American folk song, arr. James Erb
3. At the Round Earth's Imagined Corners, by Williametta Spencer
4. A Trumpeter's Lullaby, by Leroy Anderson, arr. Philip J. Lang
5. Tomorrow from "Annie", by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, arr. Tony Fox
6. On Parade, by Edwin Franco Goldman
1. Begin the Beguine, arr. Bob Smale. Band was the Samohi Serenaders, James Hile, Conductor.
2. Just a Closer Walk With Thee, arr. Bob Smale. Combined orchestra, Gerald Anderson, Conductor.
3. Beyond the Sea, arr. Bob Smale
4. The Sheik of Araby, arr. Bob Smale. Samohi Serenaders, James Hile, Conductor.
1. From Sea to Shining Sea, by Bates-Ward-Whitney
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