Stravinsky, “Jeu de Cartes,” (The Card Game) First Deal. From a concert at Finney Chapel with the Oberlin Orchestra:

 

Stravinsky, “Jeu de Cartes,” (The Card Game) Second Deal.

 

Stravinsky, “Jeu de Cartes,” (The Card Game) Third Deal.

 

Louis Moreau Gottschalk (1829-1869), Symphony No. 1, “Un Noche en los Tropicos.” La Orquésta Municipal de Caracas, Venezuela, Richard Rosenberg conducts his reconstruction of the New Orleans composer’s 1859 score.

Part 1:

Gottschalk, Part 2:

 

Antonín Dvorák, Symphony No. 8 in G, opus 88, Allegro con brio. Richard Rosenberg conducting the Orquésta

Municipal de Caracas, Venezuela.

 

Antonín Dvorák, Symphony No. 8 in G, Adagio:

 

Antonín Dvorák, Symphony No. 8 in G, Allegretto grazioso:

 

Antonín Dvorák, Symphony No. 8 in G, Allegro, ma non troppo:

 

Louis Moreau Gottschalk (1829-1869), Symphony No. 1, “Un Noche en los Tropicos.”Symphonische Akademie Patent Orchester, München. Richard Rosenberg conducts his reconstruction of the New Orleans composer’s 1859 score.

Part 2:

 

Étienne Méhul’s, Overture to “La Chasse du Jeune Henri”

 

An excerpt from Stravinsky’s, “The Rite of Spring”

 

Dmitri Shostakovich, Symphony N0. 5, II.

 

Watch three Halloween Orchestra Videos

Richard Rosenberg conducts the overture to Johann Strauss’ “Die Fledermaus” while hanging upside down, dressed as a bat.

 

DeFalla’s “Three Cornered Hat,” conducted by five conductors.

Richard Rosenberg conducts his arrangement of “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik on Elm Street.”

Meeting Nora the Piano Cat.

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