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2Spades

Peter and the Wolf, Op.67 Flute
Sergei Prokofiev, 1891–1953, Ukraine (Russian Empire) C major

3Spades

Also sprach Zarathustra, Op.30
2. Of Those in Backwaters
Cello
Richard Strauss, 1864–1949, Germany B minor/major

4Spades

Russian Easter Festival, Op.36 Trombone
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, 1844–1908, Russia A minor

5Spades

Don Juan, Op.20 Oboe
Richard Strauss, 1864–1949, Germany G major

6Spades

Roman Festivals
1. Circuses
Soprano Buccine (Trumpet)
Ottorino Respighi, 1879–1936, Italy Bb major

7Spades

The Red Poppy, Op.70
Act 1, Russian Sailors’ Dance
Bassoon, Contrabassoon, Cello or Double Bass
Reinhold Glière, 1875–1956, Russia A minor

8Spades

Siegfried, WWV 86C
Act 2, Scene 1
Horn
Richard Wagner, 1813–1883, Germany in transition

9Spades

Pictures at an Exhibition
2. The Old Castle
Alto Sax
Modest Mussorgsky, 1839–1881, Russia/Maurice Ravel, 1875–1937, France G# minor

10Spades

La Gazza ladra
Overture
Viola
Gioacchino Rossini, 17925–1868, Italy E minor

JSpades

Symphony No.31 in D major (“Hornignal”), Hob.I:31
4. Finale: Variation 7
Cello
Joseph Haydn, 1732–1809, Austria D major

QSpades

Symphonie Mathis der Maler
3. Versuchung des heiligen Antonius
Horn
Paul Hindemith, 1895–1963, Germany no key

KSpades

Daphnis et Chloé
Suite No. 2
Clarinet or Viola
Maurice Ravel, 1875–1937, France D major

ASpades

Lieutenant Kijé, Op.60 Symphonic Suite
2. Romance
Double Bass
Sergei Prokofiev, 1891–1953, Ukraine (Russian Empire) G minor

2Hearts

Symphony No.5, Op.47
1. Moderato
Violin
Dmitri Shostakovich, 1906–1975, Russia D minor

3Hearts

Symphony No.5
1. Trauermarsch
Trumpet
Gustav Mahler, 1860–1911, Bohemia (Austrian Empire/Czech Republic) C# minor

4Hearts

Pines of Rome
1. The Pines of Villa Borghese
English Horn, Bassoon or Cello
Ottorino Respighi, 1879–1936, Italy Bb major

5Hearts

Tristan und Isolde, WWV 90
Act 1, Prelude
Cello
Richard Wagner, 1813–1883, Germany no key yet

6Hearts

Symphony No.5, Op.100
1. Andante
Flute
Sergei Prokofiev, 1891–1953, Ukraine (Russian Empire) Bb major

7Hearts

Harold in Italy, H 68 Viola
Hector Berlioz, 1803–1869, France G major

8Hearts

Music for the Royal Fireworks, HWV 351
2. Bourrée
Oboe or Violin
George Frideric Handel, 1685–1759, Germany D minor/F major

9Hearts

Requiem
No.3 Offertorio
Cello
Giuseppe Verdi, 1813–1901, Italy Ab major

10Hearts

Light Cavalry
Overture
Trumpet
Franz von Suppé, 1819–1895, Croatia (Austrian Empire) A major

JHearts

The Rite of Spring
Part 1, Adoration of the Earth, Spring Rounds
Bass Clarinet
Igor Stravinsky, 1882–1971, Russia Ab major/F minor

QHearts

Symphony No.2 “Resurrection”
1. Allegro maestoso
Cello or Double Bass
Gustav Mahler, 1860–1911
Bohemia (Austrian Empire/Czech Republic)
C minor

KHearts

Sensemayá, R.67 Tuba
Silvestre Revueltas, 1899–1940, Mexico no key

AHearts

Symphonic Metamorphosis of Themes by Carl Maria von Weber
2. Turandot, Scherzo
Timpani
Paul Hindemith, 1895–1963, Germany in transition

2Clubs

The Creation of the World, Op.81
1. The Chaos before Creation
Alto Sax
Darius Milhaud, 1892–1974, France A major/minor

3Clubs

Symphony No.3, Op.5, (“Scottish”)
2. Vivace non troppo
Clarinet
Felix Mendelssohn, 1809–1847, Germany F major

4Clubs

Symphony No.7
1. Langsam
Tenor horn (Baritone/ Euphonium)
Gustav Mahler, 1860–1911, Bohemia (Austrian Empire/Czech Republic) B minor

5Clubs

The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra Timpani
Benjamin Britten, 1913–1976, England C major

6Clubs

Don Quixote, Op.35 Bass Clarinet
Richard Strauss, 1864–1949, Germany F major

7Clubs

King Lear Overture, H 53 (Op.4) Cello, Double Bass
Hector Berlioz, 1803–1869, France no key yet

8Clubs

Symphonic Dances from West Side Story
“Cool”
Flute, Vibraphone
Leonard Bernstein, 1918–1990, U.S.A. in transition

9Clubs

Symphony No.7 in E major, WAB 107
1. Allegro moderato
Cello, Double Bass
Anton Bruckner, 1824–1896, Austria B minor

10Clubs

The Bartered Bride, JB 1:100
Overture
Viola
Bedřich Smetana, 1824–1884, Bohemia (Habsburg Empire/Czech Republic) F major

JClubs

Petrushka
First Tableau, The Shrovetide Fair, 4. Russian Dance
Piano
Igor Stravinsky, 1882–1971, Russia no key

QClubs

Symphony No.104 in D major, Hob.I:104
1. Adagio–Allegro
Violin
Joseph Haydn, 1732–1809, Austria D minor

KClubs

Symphony No.4 in E flat major, WAB 104 (Romantic)
1. Bewegt, nicht zu schnell
Flute
Anton Bruckner, 1824–1896, Austria Eb major

AClubs

Pulcinella Suite
2. Serenata
Oboe
Igor Stravinsky, 1882–1971, Russia C minor

2Diamonds

Symphony No.9, D.944 “The Great”
1. Andante
Horn
Franz Schubert, 1797–1828, Austria C major

3Diamonds

Concerto for Orchestra, Sz.116
2. Giuoco delle Coppie
Snare Drum
Béla Bartók, 1881–1945, Hungary no key yet

4Diamonds

Ein Heldenleben, Op.40 Horn or Cello
Richard Strauss, 1864–1949, Germany Eb major

5Diamonds

Pavane for a Dead Princess Horn
Maurice Ravel, 1875–1937, France in transition

6Diamonds

Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture, 3rd version Clarinet
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, 1840–1893, Russia F# minor

7Diamonds

Slavonic Dance No.8, Op.46 Piccolo, Flute or Violin
Antonín Dvořák, 1841–1904
Bohemia (Austrian Empire/Czech Republic)
G minor

8Diamonds

L’Arlésienne Suite No. 2
4. Farandole
Horn, Trumpet, Cornet or Trombone
Georges Bizet, 1838–1875, France D major

9Diamonds

Stenka Razin, Op.13 (“Poème symphonique”) Trombone
Alexander Glazunov, 1865–1936, Russia B minor

10Diamonds

Symphony No.4, Op.98
4. Allegro energico e passionato
Flute
Johannes Brahms, 1833–1897, Germany E minor

JDiamonds

Night on Bald (Bare) Mountain Trombone or Viola
Modest Mussorgsky, 1839–1881, Russia D minor

QDiamonds

Tannhäuser, WWV 70
Overture
Clarinet or Horn
Richard Wagner, 1813–1883, Germany E major

KDiamonds

Háry János-Suite
6. Entrance of the Emperor and His Court
Xylophone
Zoltán Kodály, 1882–1967, Hungary in transition

ADiamonds

Overture “The Corsair”, H.101, Op.21 Bassoon, Cello or Double Bass
Hector Berlioz, 1803–1869, France C major

Jo

Rigoletto
Act 3 (No.11), La donna è mobile
Bassoon or Cello
Giuseppe Verdi, 1813–1901, Italy B major

Jo

La fille du régiment (The Daughter of the Regiment)
Act 1, No.6 Finale “Ah mes amis” (“Pour mon âme”)
Tenor
(Tonio)
Gaetano Donizetti, 1797–1848, Italy Eb major

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