Concerts That Have Already Been Performed in 2005/2006
September 9, Friday, 6:00 & 6:30 p.m.:
Loula & Cherry
Suppe: Light Cavalry Overture
Leroy Anderson: Horse and Buggy
John Williams: The Cowboys Overture
October 1, Saturday, 12:30 p.m. & 1:00 p.m.
Cedar Creek in Northwest Olathe
von Suppe: Light Cavalry Overture
Beethoven: Turkish March from "The Ruins of Athens"
Rossini: La Gazza Ladra Overture
"If It Ain’t Baroque..."
November 20, Sunday, 3:00 p.m.
Handel: Entrance of the Queen of Sheba from "Solomon"
Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 4
Bach: Sheep May Safely Graze
Corelli: Christmas Concerto
Handel: Concerto grosso C-Dur
"A Christmas Concert"
December 2, 2005 - 6:30 p.m. in Olathe City Hall
WinterFest (Mayor's Christmas Tree Lighting)
February 12, Sunday, 3:00 p.m.
Remo Giazotto*/Albinoni: Adagio for Organ and Strings
Haydn: Organ Concerto
Saint-Saens: Symphony No. 3 in C minor, "Organ"
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Remo Giazotto (born in Rome, Italy in 1910, died Pisa, 1998) was an Italian musicologist, mostly known through his systematic catalogue of the works of Tomaso Albinoni. He also wrote biographies of Albinoni and other composers, including Vivaldi.
He was also the composer of the famous Adagio that is always wrongly attributed to Albinoni. Giazotto based it on a fragment of music by Albinoni that he discovered in the Dresden State Library shortly after the Second World War (at that time, he was also completing his biography and catalogue). The fragment only contained the bass line and six bars of melody and is believed to have been the slow movement of a trio sonata. Giazotto composed the now-famous Adagio in 1945.
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"Shall We Dance?"
April 30, Sunday, 3:00 p.m.
Gounod: Ballet Music from "Faust"
Gluck: Dance of the Blessed Spirits
Tchaikovsky: Waltz from "Eugene Onegin"
Bernstein: Candide Overture