|A1||Oratorio "The Seasonings", S. 1/2 Tsp.||23:37|
|B2||Pervertimento For Bagpipes, Bicycle And Baloons, S. 66||12:26|
- Alto Vocals – Marlena Kleinman
- Bagpipes – Maurice Eisenstadt
- Bass Vocals – William Woolf
- Chorus – The Okay Chorale
- Conductor – John Nelson (5), Jorge Mester
- Orchestra – The Royal P.D.Q. Bach Festival Orchestra
- Performer – Robert Lewis (3)
- Producer – Stephen Schmidt
- Soprano Vocals – Lorna Haywood
- Tenor Vocals – John Ferrante
Oratorio - "The Seasonings," S. 1/2 tsp.
Chorus: "Tarragon of virtrue is full"
Recitative: "And there were in the same country"
Duet: "Bide thy thyme" (Soprano and Alto, with Slide Whistle, Windbreaker, and Tromboon)
Fugue for Orchestra
Recitative: "Then aske he"
Chorale: "By the leeks of Babylon, There we sat down, yea, we wept"
Recitative: "Then she gave in"
Aria: "Open sesame seeds" (Bass with Kazoos, Windbreaker, and Slide Windbreaker)
Recitative: "So Saying"
Duet: "Summer is a cumin seed" (Soprano and Alto, with Slide Whistles and Shower Hose)
Chorus with Soloists: "To curry favor, favor curry"
"Unbegun" Symphony (Professor P. Schickele)
A Quick and Easy Guide - Themes in order of appearance
Symphony No. 41 in C major, "Jupiter" (Mozart) - "Du, du, liegst mir in Herzen" - Cielito Lindo (C. Fernandez) - Symphony No. 39 in E flat (Mozart) - Symphony No. 8 in F (Beethoven) - Die Fledermaus (Joh. Strauss Jr.) - "Clementine" (P. Montrose) - Symphony No. 4 in E minor (Brahms) - Carmen (Bizet) - The Blue Danube (Joh. Strauss Jr.) - The Swan (Saint-Saens) - Symphony No. 3 in E Flat, "Eroica" (Beethoven) - Symphony No. 6 in F, "Pastoral" (Beethoven) - "The Band Played On" (C.P. Ward) - Symphony No. 41 in C, "Jupiter" (Mozart)
IV. Andante - Allegro
Symphony No. 2 in D (Brahms) - "Beautiful Dreamer" (Foster) - "Tha-ma-ra-boum-dee-he" (Lennon-Deransart) - Overture to "William Tell" (Rossini) - The Irish Washerwoman - The Camptown Races (Foster) - Symphony No. 9 in D minor (Beethoven) - "Onward Christian Soldiers" (Sullivan) - Overture to "The Marriage of Figaro" (Mozart) - Symphony No. 41 in C, "Jupiter" (Mozart) - Overture to "Russlan and Ludmilla" (Glinka) - "Joy to the World" (Handel) - Symphonie Fantastique (Berlioz) - Symphony No. 41 in C, "Jupiter" (Mozart) - "Anchors Aweigh" (Savino-Zimmerman-Lottman) - Symphony No. 6 in B minor, "Pathetique" (Tchaikovsky) - "You Are My Sunshine" (Davis-Mitchell) - 1812 Overture (Tchaickovsky) - Symphony No. 1 in C minor (Brahms) - "Dies Irae" - Symphony No. 9 in C (Schubert) - March Slav (Tchaikovsky) - Symphony No. 5 in E minor, "New World" (Dvorak) - Russian National Anthem, as in "1812 Overture" (Tchaikovsky) - Lohengrin (Wagner) - The Mikado (Sullivan) - Etude (Kreutzer)
Pervertimento for Bagpipes, Bicycle and Balloons, S. 66
I. Allegro moulto
II. Romanze II (Adagio Sereno)
III. Minaret and Trio
IV. Romanze I (Chi Largo)
V. Presto Changio
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|VSD-79223||Professor Peter Schickele*||An Hysteric Return P.D.Q. Bach At Carnegie Hall (LP, Album)||Vanguard||VSD-79223||US||1966||Sell This Version|
|VRS-9223||The Royal P.D.Q. Bach Festival Orchestra, The Okay Chorale||The Royal P.D.Q. Bach Festival Orchestra, The Okay Chorale - An Hysteric Return - P.D.Q. Bach At Carnegie Hall (LP, Album, Mono)||Vanguard||VRS-9223||US||1966||Sell This Version|
|VBD-79223, VMD-79223||Professor Peter Schickele*||An Hysteric Return P.D.Q. Bach At Carnegie Hall (CD, Album, RE)||Vanguard, Vanguard||VBD-79223, VMD-79223||US||1987||Sell This Version|