Dickinson Symphony Orchestra's 1939 Spring Concert

Fri., Mar. 24, 1939

The Dickinson Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Ralph Schecter, performed a program of seven pieces for their spring concert at 8:15pm in Bosler Hall. The featured attraction of the show was flautist Harry Houdeshell playing Bizet's "Minuet" from L'Arlesienne. In addition to Houdeshell's solo performance, the orchestra played Haydn's "Symphony No. 99", Poldini's "Dance of the Jacks", Laidow's "Musical Snuff Box", Grieg's "The Last Spring", Strauss' "Tales from the Vienna Woods", and Smetana's "Polka" and "Dance of the Comedians" from  The Bartered Bride


1939 Orchestra Concert Program