Symphonies For Youth

January 20, 1951 to April 7, 1951
13 episodes known to exist
Symphonies For Youth was a radio show which ran from January 20, 1951 to April 7, 1951.
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Radio series often ran for multiple seasons and/or through many incarnations with different radio networks, sponsors, cast/crew, and revivals after many years.
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Show
# Episodes (Known)
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January 20, 1951 - April 7, 1951
Symphonies For Youth
13
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Symphonies For Youth
January 20, 1951 - April 7, 1951
13 episodes known to exist
Conductor/narrator: Alfred Wallenstein.
Music: Los Angeles Philharmonic Symphonic Orchestra.
Announcer: Tony La Frano
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January 20, 1951 
?? Title Unknown ?? 
 
1:00:00 

 
January 27, 1951 
Hansel and Gretl 
overture to "Hansel and Gretl" by Humperdinck. Also, "The Young Prince and Princess" from "Scheherezade" by Rimsky-Korsakov, "The Dance Of The Hours" by Ponchielli, "The Young Person's Guide To The Orchestra," by Benjamin Britten. 
1:00:00 

 
February 3, 1951 
?? Title Unknown ?? 
 
1:00:00 

 
February 10, 1951 
?? Title Unknown ?? 
 
1:00:00 

 
February 17, 1951 
?? Title Unknown ?? 
 
1:00:00 

 
February 24, 1951 
?? Title Unknown ?? 
 
1:00:00 

 
March 3, 1951 
?? Title Unknown ?? 
 
1:00:00 

 
March 10, 1951 
?? Title Unknown ?? 
 
1:00:00 

 
March 17, 1951 
?? Title Unknown ?? 
 
1:00:00 

 
10 
March 24, 1951 
?? Title Unknown ?? 
 
1:00:00 

 
11 
March 31, 1951 
?? Title Unknown ?? 
 
1:00:00 

 
12 
April 7, 1951 
?? Title Unknown ?? 
 
1:00:00 

 
13 
January 27, 1951 
Die Meistersinger 
"Die Meistersinger" by Wagner, atures "Brahm's Symphony #"2, "Polevetsian Dances" from "Prince Igor" by Borodin (with a chorus of four hundred and fifty high school students), "The Pines Of Rome" by Resphigi. 
1:00:00 

 
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