Guide to the Washington-Idaho Symphony Association Records 1971-1992
Cage 621

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Creator
Washington-Idaho Symphony Association
Title
Washington-Idaho Symphony Association Records
ID
Cage 621
Date [inclusive]
1971-1992
Extent
476.0 items.
General Physical Description note
9 linear feet of shelf space.
Language
English
Abstract
Records of the Washington-Idaho Symphony consist of corporate records (by-laws, minutes), correspondence, financial reports, publicity files, performance files, and various records concerned with fund-raising, performers, travel, insurance, and ticket sales.

Preferred Citation note

[Item Description]. Cage 621, Washington-Idaho Symphony Association Records. Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

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Biographical/Historical note

The Washington-Idaho Symphony Association is the parent organization of the Washington-Idaho Symphony Orchestra, and related musical groups. It is located in the Washington cities of Pullman and Clarkston and the Idaho cities of Moscow and Lewiston. The organization was founded in 1972.

The W-I Symphony has presented a concert season each year since 1973-74. Normally performances are repeated at multiple locations, occasionally including outlying towns in addition to Lewiston, Pullman, and Moscow. The organization has also supported a choral group, a string quartet, a young artists competition, and various guest conductors and performers.

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Scope and Contents note

Records of the Washington-Idaho Symphony consist of corporate records (by-laws, minutes), correspondence, financial reports, publicity files, performance files, and various records concerned with fund-raising, performers, travel, insurance, and ticket sales.

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Arrangement note

The arrangement of the records retains the order of the records at time of transferred to the Libraries. The three original accessions remain as distinct sequences of folders. The ordering of folders is informal, but distinct record series can be found for corporate minutes (box 1), Symphony League (box 2), general correspondence (boxes 2 and 3), publicity (box 4). Other ``series" concern: Young Artists competition, Artist in Residence program, financial reports, and concert files. Various subject files are included. A sequence that appears to have been the Office Manager's files is of some size (boxes 8-11). Over seventy tape recordings of Symphony performances are also included (boxes 12-14).

The treatment of arrangement and description is that of "records inventory," as opposed to formal processing of the records and a creation of a finding aid of the type that is commonly used by archives at academic institutions.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries © 1994

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

This collection is open for research use.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Records of the Washington-Idaho Symphony Association were donated the the Washington State University Libraries in four installments during 1992 and 1993.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Washington-Idaho Symphony Association--Archives
  • Washington-Idaho Symphony Association--Records and correspondence
  • Washington-Idaho Symphony League
  • Washington-Idaho Symphony Orchestra

Subject(s)

  • Idaho
  • Music--Societies, etc.--Idaho
  • Music--Societies, etc.--Washington (State)
  • Performing Arts
  • Symphonies--Washington (State)--Archives
  • Symphony orchestra trustees--Idaho--History
  • Symphony orchestra trustees--Washington (State)--History
  • Symphony--Idaho--History--Archives
  • Symphony--Washington (State)--History--Archives
  • Washington (State)

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Collection Inventory

Box Folder

W-I Symphony Association. Corporate Records. Vol 1 1973-1977 

1 1

W-I Symphony Association. Corporate Records. Vol 2 1977-1980 

1 2

W-I Symphony Association. Corporate Records. Vol 3 1980-1982 

1 3

W-I Symphony Association. Corporate Records. Vol 1 1982-1984 

1 4

Income ledger pages. 

1 5

Symphony League - Finances 1978-1985 

1 6

Symphony League - Activities 1982 

1 7

Symphony League - Minutes, Reports." 

1 8

[Symphony] League - Publicity Releases. 1986-1987 1985-1986 

1 9

[Symphony] League - Publicity, Reports" 1984-1985 1983-1984 

1 10

[Symphony] League - Publicity, Reports" 1982-1983 

1 11

[Symphony] League - Publicity, Reports" 1981-1982 

1 12

Symphony League Board Meeting Minutes. 1977-1981 

1 13

[Symphony] League Fund Raising Ideas and League Activities. 

1 14

Symphony League. Notes, correspondence, publicity." 

1 15

Original League formation 1976-1977 

1 16

Players' Committee. Meeting Summaries 1978-1981 

1 17

Players' Committee. Policy Development 1979-1981 

1 18

Players' Committee. Policy Revisions 1979-1981 

1 19

Players' Committee. Rosters, Contract Assignments and Minutes" 1978-1982. 

1 20

Players' Committee. Personnel Problems. 

1 21

Players' Committee. Correspondence 1978-1983. 

1 22

Orchestra Meetings. Minutes. To 1980. 

1 23

Orchestra Rosters, Rehearsal Schedules" 1976-1982. 

1 24

Orchestra Opinions and Questionnaires. 

1 25

Memos to Orchestra Members. 

1 26

Programs I. Also advertising. 1972-1979 

1 27

Programs II. 1979 

1 28

Conductor: Memos to Orchestra 1977-1981. 

1 29

Manager: Reports, memos, letters to Orchestra." 

1 30

Board Activities. 

1 31

Orchestra Handbook 1977. 

1 32

Salary Study by American Symphony Orchestra League. 

1 33

Budget Matters. 

1 34

League and Activities; Newsletters. 

1 35

American Symphony Orchestra League, Duties of Orchestra Officials." 

1 36

Audience Survey - Demographics. 

1 37

W-I Symphony Stationery. 

1 38

Manager Evaluation 1987. 

1 39

Boise Opera. 

1 40

Promotion and Publicity 1983-1984. 

1 41

Symphony Job Descriptions 1984-1988. 

1 42

Orchestra Data. (Consultants' Analysis) 1982. 

1 43

Audience Survey 1985. 

1 44

Season Ticket Sales Promotion 1990-1991. 

2 1

Long-range Planning Committee 1992-1993. 

2 2

Executive Board Meeting Minutes, Budgets" 1991-1992. 

2 3

Endowment Process. 

2 4

Press Notices and Reviews. 

2 5

Support: Donations, In-kind" 1986-1992. 

2 6

1991-1992 Season. 1991-1992 

2 7

Secretary's Notebook 1990-1991. 

2 8

Oregon East Symphony, Young People's Concert Book" 1990-1991. 

2 9

W-I Symphony League 1986-1987. 

2 10

W I Symphony League 1988-1989. 

2 11

W-I Symphony League Membership Campaign 1977-1978. 

2 12

W-I Symphony League Membership Campaign 1975-1976. 

2 13

W-I Symphony ("Hill") League Activities" 1986-1987. 

2 14

Fund Raising Workshop. Amer. Symphony Orchestra League. Seattle. Mar. 29 1987. 

2 15

Receipts 1970-1973. 

2 16

Receipts 1974. 

2 17

Receipts 1975. 

2 18

Correspondence out 1986. 

2 19

Correspondence out 1985. 

2 20

Correspondence out 1984. 

2 21

Correspondence in 1984. 

2 22

Correspondence in 1983. 

2 23

Correspondence in 1983. 

2 24

Correspondence in 1982. 

2 25

Correspondence in 1981. 

2 26

Correspondence in 1980. 

2 27

Correspondence in 1979. 

2 28

Correspondence in 1978. 

2 29

Correspondence in 1977. 

2 30

Correspondence in 1976. 

3 1

Correspondence in 1975. 

3 2

Correspondence in and out 1970-1974. 

3 3

Correspondence out. July-Dec 1983. 

3 4

Correspondence out. Jan.-June 1984. 

3 5

Correspondence out 1983. 

3 6

Correspondence out 1982. 

3 7

Correspondence out 1981. 

3 8

Correspondence out 1980. 

3 9

Correspondence out. Jan 1974 – Sep 1976. 

3 10

Correspondence out. June 1976 - Dec 1976 

3 11

Correspondence out. Jan 1977 - July 1977. 

3 12

Correspondence out. July – Dec 1977. 

3 13

Correspondence out. Jan. - June 1978. 

3 14

Correspondence out. July – Dec 1978. 

3 15

Correspondence out. Jan. - June 1979. 

3 16

Correspondence 1988-1989. 

3 17

Expenditures 1988-1989. 

3 18

Notebook: Symphony League, Pres. Mousseau" 1987-1988. 

4 1

House Tour 1989. 

4 2

Palouse League Activities 1989-1990. 

4 3

Minutes, Budgets, Activities: Palouse League." 

4 4

Minutes: Board, League." 

4 5

Board and Committee Minutes 1987-1988. 

4 6

Publicity File 1974-1975 Season. 

4 7

Publicity File 1975-1976 Season. 

4 8

Publicity File 1976-1977 Season. 

4 9

Publicity File 1977-1978 Season. 

4 10

Publicity File 1978-1979 Season. 

4 11

Publicity File 1979-1980 Season. 

4 12

Publicity File 1980-1981 Season. 

4 13

Publicity File 1981-1982 Season. 

4 14

Publicity File 1982-1983 Season. 

4 15

Publicity File 1983-1984 Season. 

4 16

Publicity File 1984-1985 Season. 

4 17

Publicity File 1985-1986 Season. 

4 18

Publicity File 1986-1987 Season. 

4 19

Publicity File 1987-1988 Season. 

4 20

Publicity File 1988-1989 Season. 

4 21

Publicity File 1988-1989 Season. 

4 22

Publicity File 1990-1991 Season. 

4 23

Publicity File 1991-1992 Season. 

4 24

Sample programs, tickets, etc. for Holiday House Tour." 

4 25

Concert and Performance Programs 1974- 

5

Posters 

6

MS92-40. Records transferred July 3 1992 

6

W-I Symphony, Compiled Financial Statements" 1978-1981 1988. 

7 1

Audit report Sep 1979 – Aug 1981. 

7 1

Internal Revenue Exemption Applications 1973-1974. 

7 2

Official Certificate of Incorporation and Articles of Amendment. 

7 3

Minutes of Policy Committee and By-laws 1974 

7 4

Annual Board Meetings 1978-1991. 

7 5

Miscellaneous Programs. 

7 6

Miscellaneous Advertising. 

7 7

MS93-36 Records transferred Oct. 22 1993 

7

(Office manager files) 

7

Auditorium Committee Board 1978-1979. 

8 1

Audrey Baird 1981. 

8 2

Back to Basics. Tuttle 1978. 

8 3

Benefit Musicales 1979. 

8 4

Business Memberships. 1979-1984. 

8 5

Choral Director Selection Committee 1982. 

8 6

Contracts I. Various contracts 1978-1981. 

8 7

Contracts II. 1982-1985. 

8 8

Contracts. Includes performers' fees, music rental." 1983-1984 

8 9

Chorus. 1977-1978. 

8 10

Copyright. Brochures from ASCAP and Copyright Office. 

8 11

In-kind. Donated services and materials 1980-1987. 

8 12

Grangeville Runout 1979-1980. 

8 13

Orchestra contracts--La Traviata, La Cenerentola" 1979-1984 

8 14

Music on Wheels. 

8 15

Budget Committee (sic) [String Quartet in Schools Program]. 

8 16

Chamber Music on Wheels. 

8 17

I. Old Legal Documents 1975-1978. 

8 18

II. Old Legal Documents (and contracts) 1978-1979. 

8 19

Nutcracker 1978 

8 20

Jean Squair Workshop 1976. 

8 21

ISAC - Elijah Grant 1977 

8 22

Old Grant Proposals 1974-1976 

8 23

Also Historie du Soldat, Peter and Wolf" 1974-1975 

8 23

Orchestra Minutes; Players Committee objectives 1972-1980. 

8 24

Orchestra 1980-1981. 

8 25

Press Releases and Publicity 1982-1983. 

8 26

Program Book, Season Flyers" 1981-1982. 

8 27

Publicity 1980-1981 

8 28

Program advertisement information 1977-1978 1978-1979. 

8 29

University of Idaho Scholarship-WSU 1975-1976. 

8 30

Xerox. Catalog. Jan 1979. 

8 31

Young Artists Contest 1979-1980. 

8 32

Young Artists Competition 1980-1981. 

8 33

Young Artists Competition 1981-1982. 

8 34

Young Artists Competition 1977. 

8 35

Outreach Concerts. 

9 1

Orchestra Personnel: (1980-1989) 

9 2

Hall Contracts 1988-1989. 

9 3

American Symphony Orchestra League. 

9 4

Concerts I-V 1988-1989. 

9 5

Concerts I-V. 1989-1990. 

9 6

Concert I 1989-1990. 

9 7

Guest Artists - Schwartz. 1989. 

9 8

Concerts 1987-1988. 

9 9

Young Artists Competition 1988-1989. 

9 10

Young Artists Competition 1986-1987. 

9 11

Young Artists Competition 1985-1986. 

9 12

1986-87 Season. 

9 13

Concert I 1986-1987. 

9 14

Concert II. Thank-you notes. 1986-1987 

9 15

Concert III 1986-1987. 

9 16

Concert IV. Young Artists Competition 1986-1987 

9 17

Childrens Concert 1987. 

9 18

Concert V 1986-1987. 

9 19

Young Artists Competition 1988-1989. 

9 20

Young People's Concert. 1987-1988. 

9 21

Young Artists Competition. 1987-1988. 

9 22

Concert V 1987-1988. 

9 23

Concert IV 1987-1988. 

9 24

Concert III. 1987-1988. 

9 25

Concert II 1987-1988. 

9 26

Concert I 1987-1988. 

9 27

Facilities Scheduling. 1983-1986. 

9 28

Pops 1984 

9 29

Pops 1982-1983. 

9 30

Pops 1980. 

9 31

Couer d'Alene Concerts 1986. 

9 32

Harp Recital 1986. 

9 33

Guest Artists. Alphabetical 1976-1983. 

9 34

Guest Artists Contract/Correspondence. 

9 35

Temporary Conductor. Gordon Hallberg. 

9 36

Leon Bates. 

9 37

Richard Hahn (Biographic material). 

9 38

Thank You letters, misc" 1986-1988. 

9 39

Orchestra Memos 1981-1988. 

9 40

Instrumental Arrangements. 

9 41

Manager Evaluation. 

9 42

Idaho Commission on the Arts 1978-1979. 

9 43

Idaho Commission on the Arts 1979-1980. 

9 44

Lease Agreements, WSU Coliseum" 1980-1981. 

9 45

Idaho Commission on the Arts 1981-1982. 

9 46

Idaho Commission on the Arts 1983. 

9 47

Idaho Commission in the Arts 1984. 

9 48

Washington State Arts Commission 1982. 

9 49

Washington State Arts Commission 1983 

9 50

Managers Report. 1977-1981. 

9 51

Program Notes 1987-1988. 

9 52

Moscow Chamber of Commerce-Heart of the Arts. 

9 53

Newsletter I. Oct 1988. 

9 54

Artist in Residence Grant Proposal I 1974. 

9 55

Artist in Residence Grant II. Iglitzius 1975. 

9 56

Artist in Residence Grant III. Turkovic. 1975. 

9 57

Artist in Residence IV. Richard Cass 1976. 

9 58

Artist in Residence V. Mary Lou Galen 1978. 

9 59

Artist in Residence VII. Laslo Varga 1980. 

9 60

Artist in Residence. Barry Tuckwell. Season 1980-1981. 

9 61

Soloist Candidates 1980-1981. 

9 62

Eugen Fodor Gala. May 1982. 

9 63

Budget 1988-1989. 

10 1

Budget 1987-1988. 

10 2

Budget 1986-1987. 

10 3

Budget Projections 1986-1987. 

10 4

Chair Sponsors and Donors 1988-1989. 

10 5

Program Book and Notes. 1988-1989. 

10 6

Report of 1987. National Symphony Computer Survey. 1987 

10 7

Chair Sponsors. 1988-1989. 

10 8

Concert Reports 1985-1986. 

10 9

Attendance 1985-1993. 

10 9

Marketing 1987. 

10 10

Payroll forms. 

10 11

Dinner coupons. 1986-1988. 

10 12

Current By-laws and Minutes June 1986 – Dec 1987. 

10 13

Deposits and Receipts. August 1988. 

10 14

Board Meeting Notes. 1986-1989. 

10 15

Season Ticket Campaign 1987-1988 

10 16

Season Ticket Campaign 1988-1989. 

10 17

Sponsor Development Campaign 1988-1989. 

10 18

Executive Meeting Notes 1988. 

10 19

Washington State Arts Commission. 

10 20

Season Ticket Campaign Ideas. 

10 21

Office rental 1984-1988. 

10 22

Advertising. 

10 23

Gala 1986. 

10 24

Gala 1987. 

10 25

American Symphony Orchestra League. 

10 26

Advertising 1985. 

10 27

Publicity. 

10 28

Administrative Assistant Search 1988. 

10 29

Unsolicited Resume. 

10 30

Administrative Assistant. July 1991 

10 31

American Symphony Orchestra League. 

10 32

Development Director Search Committee 1988. 

10 33

Arts Promoter (publicist-Production Assistant). 

10 34

Rehearsal Manager/Librarian. 

10 35

Production Manager. 

10 36

Elaine Macoll 1988-1989. 

10 37

Leslie Friese. 

10 38

Conductor (Search Procedures). 

10 39

Keating Johnson 1988 1990. 

10 40

Jay Ellis. 

10 41

Diane Gilbert. 

10 42

Combined Files: Johanson, Larson, Richardson, Schlomer." 

10 43

H. James Schoepflin. 

10 44

Manager Applications. 

10 45

Selection and Hiring. 

10 46

Gavin C. Moore. 

10 47

Manager (Hiring procedure). 

10 48

Madeline Richardson Memorial Endowment. 

10 49

Donors. 

10 50

Budget Matters. 

10 51

News Releases/Concert Schedules. 

10 52

Development Committee/Ticket Sales. 

10 53

Commission; Positions 

10 54

Sylvia Nance. 

10 55

Cash Receipts. Endowment Fund. 1987-1990 

10 56

Financial Statement and meetings. 1991-1992. 

10 57

Financial Statement and meetings. 1990. 

10 58

Financial Statement and meetings. 1988-1989. 

10 59

Financial Statement and meetings. 1987-1988 1986-1987. 

10 60

Financial Statement and meetings. 1985-1986 1984-1985. 

10 61

Financial Statement and meetings. 1983-1984 1982-1983. 

10 62

Financial Statement and meetings. 1979-1980 1980-1981 1981-1982. 

10 63

Financial Statement and meetings. -1977 1977-1978 1978-1979. 

10 64

Board Rosters 1984-1991. 

11 1

Board Correspondence, internal." 

11 2

Board Meetings-Locations. 

11 3

Board Resignations, Correspondence." 

11 4

Board Member Biographies (forms). 

11 5

Treasures in the Attic Sale. 

11 6

League Cookbook. 

11 7

Activity Statement 1990 

11 8

Budgets 1987-1988 through 1992-1993. 

11 9

Chart of Accounts June 3 1989. 

11 10

Executive Committee Meeting Minutes 1985-1992. 

11 11

By-laws, Valley League" 1982. 

11 12

Minutes, Board Meetings" 1985-1986. 

11 13

Chamber Music Programs. 

11 14

Administrative Assistant Applications. 

11 15

Ticket Sales information 1976-1986. 

11 16

Minutes, Board and Committee Meetings" 1981-1985. 

11 17

W-I Symphony Chorus. 

11 18

Audience Survey 1983-1984. 

11 19

Concerts: Cost Analysis; Promotion. 

11 20

Conductor Search. 

11 21

Development Director, Applications." 

11 22

Fundraising, Subscription Renewal materials." 

11 23

Symphony Gala File. 

11 24

By-laws of Washington-Idaho Symphony Association. 

11 25

W-I Symphony League, (before split)." 

11 26

Manager Search 1985. 

11 27

Long Range Planning/Consultations. 1984-1988. 

11 28

Moscow: General Information. 

11 29

Old Legal Papers. 

11 30

Orchestra File. 

11 31

Production Manager Misc 1980-1981. 

11 32

Palouse League Activities. 

11 33

Taped recordings, received 1993. MS93-48 " 

Box Folder

Bryan Hall, Pullman" ". Bill Nugent, cond. Mozart, Sinfonia Concertante K34; Khatchaturian, Suite from Gayaneh; Wagner, Prelude to Die Meistersinger. Mar. 4 1975 

12 1

Lewiston High School Auditorium ". Mussorgsky, Night on Bald Mountain; Piston, The Incredible Flutist; Rachmaninov, Concerto No. 2, Richard Cass, solist. Nov. 8 1976 

12 2

Moscow. "Same as concert at Lewiston, Nov. 9. Nov. 9 1976 

12 3

Lewiston. "Young Artists Concert. Riegger, Dance Rythms; Chammade, Concertino for Flute...; Chopin, Concerto No 1, e minor; Griffes, Poem for flute...; Mayazumi, Concertino for Xylophino and orchestra. Apr 18 1977 

12 4

Moscow. "Same as Lewiston, Apr 18. April 19 1977 

12 5

Lewiston. "Mendelssohn, Elijah. (Two recordings). February 7 1977 

12 6

Pullman (WSU Coliseum) "Mendelssohn, Elijah. Feb. 8 1977 

12 7

Lewiston High School Auditorium. "Beethoven, Leonore Ov. No. 3; Mozart, Piano Concerto C. maj. K467. M. Coorad, pianist; Vivaldi, Concerto in C for two Trumpets; Dvorak, Slavonic Dances, Op. 46 \#1, 4, 3. March 7 1977 

12 8

Bryan Hall, Pullman. " "Same as Lewiston, Mar. 5 March 8 1977 

12 9

KWSU. Copy of Lewiston, " Mar. 7 1977. 

12 10

Lewiston. "Mozart, Overture Don Giovanni; Williams, Serenade to Music; Saint-Saens, Symphony No. 3. Oct. 17 1977 

12 11

Bryan Hall, Pullman. " "Same as Lewiston, Oct. 17. Oct 18 1977 

12 12

Moscow. "Wagner, Overture to Tannhaueser; Bach, Manificat in D (with chorus); Nysted, Cry Out and Shout; R. Thompson, Two Pieces from Frostiana; Christmas Carols. Nov. 5 1977 

12 13

Lewiston. "Same as Moscow, Nov. 5. Dec. 6 1977 

12 14-15

Lewiston. "Young Artists Concert. Von Weber, Oberon Overture; Mozart, Aria Madamini; Wieniawski, Third Movement, Violin Concerto No. 2; Mozart, Concerto in B for Bassoon...; Grieg, Piano Concerton in A minor; Grieg, Norwegian Dance No. 1; Berlioz, Rakoczy March. Apr. 17 1978 

12 16

Elks Temple, Lewiston. " "Pops Comes to Clearwater County, Carmen Dragon, cond. Oct, 8 1978 

12 17-18

Lewiston / Moscow, " "Franck, Symphony in d minor; de Falla, Three Dances from The Three Cornered Hat; Poulenc, Concerto for Two Pianos in d minor, Hornibrook and Webb, duo pianists. Nov. 6-7 1978 

12 19-20

Lewiston High School Auditorium. "Berlioz, Roman Carnival Overture; Haydn, Concerto No. 1 in D for French Horn, Stanton Falling, soloist; Faure, Elegie, op. 24, J. Smith, cello; Saint-Saens, Piano Concerto No. 2, op. 22, Catherine Burge, pianist. Beethoven, Concerto No. 1, op. 15, Laurel Yost, pianist; Propkofiev, Piano Concerto No. 3, op. 26, Greg Presley, pianist. Feb. 11 1979 

12 21

Lewiston. "Schoepflin and Chorus. Brahms, Academic Festival Overture, A German Requim, op. 45. Karen Beardsley and Roger Stephens, soloists. Apr. 3 1979 

12 22

Lewiston High School. "Tchaikovsky, Capriccio Italien; Mozart, Sinfonia Concertante; Bodman & Bauer, solists. Final movement, Mozart, Sinfonia ...; Strawinsky, The Firebird. Oct. 23 1979 

12 23

Lewiston. "Handel, Messiah. Conductor, Schoepflin; soloists, Litzenberger, Moore, Goss, Johansen. Dec. 11 1979 

12 24-5

Lewiston High School. "Debussy, The Afternoon of a Faun; Pachelbel, Kanon; Haydn, Symp. No 31; Dvorak, Cello Concerto, Lazlo Varga, soloist. Feb. 11 1980 

12 26

Unidentified location. "Young Artists' Concert. Haydn, Concerto for Trumpet; Hanson, Seranade for flute...; Rossini, from Barber of Seville. Hovhaness, Fantasy on Japanese Wood Prints; Beethoven, Concerto No. 2; Hanson, Symp. No. 2. March 30 1980 

12 27

Lewiston. Same as March 30 1980. April 1 1980 

13 28

Potlatch Pops. (Three reels) Music from motion pictures. May 5 1980 

13 29

Bryan Hall, Washington State University. " "Bach, Brandenburg Concerto No.1; Mozart, Exhaultate; Buknich, Symph. No. 4; Puccini, Si, mi chaimano...; Donizetti, Regnara nel silenzio; Rachmaninov, Capricio Bohemien. Nov 19 1980 

13 30-31

Lewiston Civic Theater. "Choral Concert. Beck, Tschesankov, Bruckner, Davies, Donato, Morley, Copland. Nov. 16 1980 

13 32

Moscow High School. "Same as Lewiston, Nov. 16. Nov 18 1980. 

13 33

Moscow. "Spotlight on Your Symphony. Dukas, Fanfare from La Peri; Bach, Concerto for two violins and orchestra; Mozart, serenade No. 10, K 361.; Copland, Fanfare for the Common Man; Tschaikovsky, Serenade for Strings. Nov. 30 1980 

13 34

Lewiston. "Same as Moscow, Nov. 30. Dec. 1 1980 

13 35

Lewiston. "Glinka, Overture to Roslan and Ludmilla; Mozart, Horn Concerto No 3, K 447; Strauss, R., Horn Concerto No. 1; Dvorak, Symphony No. 9. Feb. 10 1981 

13 36

Bryan Hall, Pullman. " "Enesco, Rumanian Rhapsody No. 1; Billingsley, Concerto for Orchestra; Brahms, Paino Concerto No.1, Op. 15. Oct. 20 1981 

13 37

Lewiston. "Music Mosaic. Liszt, Symphonic Poem No. 1; Mozart, Sinfonia Concertante for Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon, and Orchestra; Poulenc, Gloria for Soprano (with chorus). Dec. 8 1981 

13 38

Lewiston. "Young Artists Concert. Schoepflin, conductor. Viuextemps, Violin Concerto No. 5, Op. 37; Mendelssohn, Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 25; Liszt, Piano Concerto No. 1; Beethoven, Piano Concerto No. 4, Op. 58; Shostakovich, Symphony No. 9. Op. 70. Feb. 16 1986 

13 39-41

Moscow. "Beethoven, Symphony No. 6; Respighi, Ancient Airs and Dances for the Lute; Chabrier, Espagna Rhapsody. April 19 1982 

13 42

Lewiston. "Same as Moscow, Apr 19 April 20 1982 

13 43

"Carmen Dragon, conductor. Pops Hoedown; America the Beautiful, You can't get a Man with a Gun, Ghost Riders, Home on Range, Country Fiddle; Orange Blossom Special, On the Trail, and others. Oct. 1 & 2 1982 

13 44-45

Lewiston. "Verdi, Overture to La Forza del Destino; Albinoni, Oboe Concerto Op. 9, No. 2; Schubert, Symphony No. 8; Mozart, Oboe Concerto, K314; Rimsky-Korsakov, Procession of Nobles, from Mlada Suite. Nov. 11 1982 

13 46

Bryan Hall, Pullman. " "Same as Lewiston, Nov. 11. Nov. 2 1982 

13 47

Lewiston. "Brahms, Symphony No. 1, Op. 68; Tchaikovsky, Piano Concerto No. 1; Op. 23. Dec. 14 1982 

13 48

Lewiston. "Young Artists Concert. Haydn, Concerto in E.; Rossini, Introduction, Theme and Variations; Bruch, Concerto No.1, Op. 26; Prokofiev, Piano Concerto, No. 1; Schumann, Piano Concerto Op. 54; Hindemith, Symphonic Metamorphoses on Themes by Carl Maria von Weber. Feb. 15 1983 

13 49

Lewiston. Children's Concert Peter and Wolf Feb. 27 1983 

13 50

Pullman, Moscow. " Same as Lewiston. Feb. 27. 

13 51-52

Lewiston and Moscow. "Copland, An Outdoor Overture; Bernstein, Chichester Psalms Mendelssohn, Symphony No. 4 Apr 18 & 19 1983 

13 53

Lewiston. Broadway Pops. Oct. 2 1983 

13 54-55

Lewiston. "19th Century Pastiche. Rossini, Mahler, Debussy, Brahms. Nov. 7 1983 

13 56

Pullman, WSU Coliseum; Lewiston. " "Daniel Stone, guest conductor. Handel, Messiah. Dec. 5-6 1983 

13 57

"Same as Pullman, Dec. 5. 

14 58-60

Moscow, " "Beethoven, Egmont Overture; MacDowell, Piano Concerto; Casella, Sicilienna et Burlesque; Tchaikovski, Violin Concerto Opus 35; Beethoven, Piano Concerto No. 1; Ginastera, Dances of Estancia. Feb. 11 1984 

14 61-63

Pullman. "Young People's Concert. Britten, Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra; Beethoven, Piano Concerto No. 1. March 4 1984 

14 64

Lewiston, Moscow, Pullman." "Artists of the Palouse. Mozart, Symphony No. 4; Debussy, Premiere Rhapsody for Clarinet; Massenet, Meditation from Thais; Rimsky-Korsakov, Flight of the Bumblebee; Gershwin, Concerto in F. April 16-17, 1984 

14 65-67

Lewiston. "Yasinitsky, Summer Music; Ibert, Flute Concerto; Beethoven, Smphony No. 7. Oct. 1 1984 

14 68

Lewiston. "Bach, Brandenburg Concerto No. 3; Mozart, Piano Concerton No. 21; Sibelius, Symphony, No.2. Nov. 13 1984 

14 69

Lewiston. "Saint-Saens, Christmas Oratorio; Corelli, Concerto grosso; Handel, from Messiah; Adam, Cantique de Noel; Medley of carols; Leontovich, Ukranian Carol; pop songs. Dec. 12 1984 

14 70

Lewiston. "Young Artists' Concert. Handel, Water Music; Finzi, Clarinet Concerto; Haydn, Trumpet Concerto in g-flat; Prokofiev, Piano Concerto No. 3; Bach, Piano Concerto in d-minor; Hovhanes, Fantasy on Japanese Wood Prints; Wagner, Prelude to Die Meistersinger. Feb. 9 1985 

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