Various ‎– Concert Favorites (Best Known Light Classics)

Somerset ‎– DP1, Stereo-Fidelity ‎– DP1
10 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Box Set

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Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite
A1 Miniature Overture
A2 March
A3 Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy
A4 Russian Dance (Trepak)
A5 Arab Dance
A6 Chinese Dance
A7 Dance Of The Mirlitons
A8 Waltz Of The Flowers
Favorite Concertos
B1 Meditation
Composed By – Thais*
B2 Serenade
Composed By – Drigo*
B3 Poem
Composed By – Fibich*
B4 Brahm's Lullaby
Composed By – Brahms*
C1 Best Known Movements From Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake
Best Known Themes From Peer Gynt
D1 Morning Mood
D2 Antira's Dance
D3 In The Hall Of The Mountian King
D4 Solvejg's Song
E1 George Gershwin's Rhapsody In Blue
Composed By – George GershwinConductor – Hans Jurgen Walther*Piano – David Haines (3)
Concerto Under The Stars
F1 Claire De Lune
F2 Chopin's Study In E Major
F3 Chopin's Nocturne
F4 Liebestraum
Marches From The Opera
G1 Aida
Composed By – Verdi*
G2 Faust
Composed By – Gounod*
G3 Tannhauser
G4 Magic Flute
H1 Carmen
H2 Die Meistersinger
H3 Marriage Of Figaro
H4 Fidelio
Composed By – Beethoven*
H5 The Prophet
Composed By – Meyerbeer*
Overtures From The Opera
I1 The Marriage Of Figaro
I2 William Tell
I3 Ruslin And Ludmilla
The Elegance Of The Waltz
J1 The Beautiful Blue Danube
J2 The Waves Of The Danube
J3 Valse Triste
Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade
K1 First Movement
K2 Second Movement
L1 Third Movement
L2 Fourth Movement
M1 Tchaikovsky's "1812" Overture
N1 Tchaikovsky's Capriccio Italien
Light Cavalry And Other Favorite Overtures
O1 Light Cavalry--Overture
O2 Orpheus In The Underworld
Composed By – Jacques Offenbach
P1 Poet And Peasant--Oveture
P2 Donna Diana--Overture
P3 Bizet's Gallop
Piano Concerto No. 1
Q1 First Movement
R1 Second Movement
R2 Third Movement
Ferde Grofe's Grand Canyon Suite
S1 Sunrise
S2 The Painted Desert
S3 On The Trail
T1 On The Trail--Concluded
T2 Sunset
T3 Cloudburst



"A library of ten long playing records of light classical favorites by beloved composers. Works that will be forever in the repertoire of the greatest symphony orchestras, operas and ballet companies in the world."

Conductor name in E1 is spelled "Walter" on the rear box cover and "Walther" on the center label.

The conductor for side G is listed as "Reinhard Linz" on the rear box cover, and just "Reinhard" on the center label.

Track H4 is spelled "The Prophet" on the rear sleeve, and "The Prohphet" on the center label.

Track B3 incorrectly lists the composer as the work from which the track comes, hence the odd ANV

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