I, Roger M. Wilcox, sang tenor in the High School Choir on this program.
1. Star-Spangled Banner (1982), by Francis Scott Key
2. Stairway to the Stars (1982), by Malneck and Signorelli, arr. Tony Fox
3. Welcome (1982), given by Dr. George L. Caldwell, Superintendent of Schools, and Carole L. Currey, President, Board of Education
4. Rondo from "Abdelazar", by Henry Purcell. Darrell Mettler, Conductor.
5. Canción Mexicano, arr. Leroy Walter. Sherman Plepler, Conductor.
6. March for Young People, by Dmitri Shostakovich, arr. Ralph Matesky. Robert Zachman, Conductor.
7. The Kids from the Country, by Ruth Artman
8. Here's to the U.S.A.!, arr. Gloria Bolton & Vivian Spurgin
1. March from "Scipio", by George Friederich Händel, arr. Woodhouse. Allen Loyd, Conductor.
2. Introduction to Act I Carmen "Toreador Song", by Georges Bizet, arr. Kreichbaum. Lida Beasley, Conductor.
3. Gloria (from the Heiligmesse), by Joseph Haydn, arr. Woodman. Janet Lederer, Conductor.
4. Linden Lea, by Ralph Vaughan-Williams. Greg Ellis, Conductor.
5. Choral Selection, Man of La Mancha, by Mitch Leigh. Jeanne Davenport, Conductor.
1. Introducing Daryl Dragon, by Carolyn Farnham, Chairman, Symphonies-by-the-Sea
2. Daryl Dragon Speaks
3. Toni Tennille Speaks
4. Love Will Keep Us Together (or at least the first verse thereof), by Daryl Dragon. Performed by the Captain & Tennille.
5. Im kühlen Maien (In Cool May), by Hans Leo Hassler
6. She's Like the Swallow, Canadian folk song, arr. William Lock
7. Overture for Winds, by Charles Carter. Jon Moryl, Conductor
1. Selections from Barnum, arr. Robert Lowden. James Hile, Conductor
2. "Sound Off" March, by John Philip Sousa. Christopher Schwabe, Conductor
3. Strike Up the Band, by George Gershwin
4. Slavonic Folk Suite, by Alfred Reed
5. From Sea to Shining Sea, by Samuel Ward, Bates, and Whitney
6. Stairway to the Stars - Reprise
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