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2Spades

Symphony in D minor
3. Allegro non troppo
Bass Trombone
César Franck, 1822–1890, Belgium D major

3Spades

Scheherazade, Op.35
4. Festival at Baghdad
Snare Drum
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, 1844–1908, Russia Bb major or D major

4Spades

Symphony No.1, Op.68
4. Adagio–Più Andante–Allegro non troppo ma con brio
Violin
Johannes Brahms, 1833–1897, Germany C major

5Spades

Symphony No.7, Op.92
1. Poco sostenuto–Vivace
Flute
Ludwig van Beethoven, 1770–1827, Germany A major

6Spades

Die Meistersinger
Overture
Tuba or Doube Bass
Richard Wagner, 1813–1883, Germany C major

7Spades

1812 Overture, Op.49 Viola
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, 1840–1893, Russia Eb major

8Spades

Symphony No.8, Op.88
4. Allegro ma non troppo
Trumpet
Antonín Dvořák, 1841–1904
Bohemia (Austrian Empire/Czech Republic)
no key

9Spades

The Nutcracker, Op.71
Act 2, Scene 3, No.12d (or Suite Op.71a, 4.)
Danse Russe/Trepak
Bass Clarinet
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, 1840–1893, Russia D major

10Spades

Carnival Overture, Op.92 Tambourine or Triangle
Antonín Dvořák, 1841–1904
Bohemia (Austrian Empire/Czech Republic)
A major

JSpades

The Magic Flute, K.620
Act 1, No.8 Finale
Glockenspiel
Wolfgang Mozart, 1756–1791, Austria G major

QSpades

Capriccio Espagnol, Op.34
4. Scena e Canto Gitano
Clarinet
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, 1844–1908, Russia A major

KSpades

Symphony No.3, Op.90
1. Allegro con brio
Bassoon
Johannes Brahms, 1833–1897, Germany Eb major/minor

ASpades

William Tell
Overture
English Horn
Gioachino Rossini, 1792–1868, Italy G major

2Hearts

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Op.61
No.1 Scherzo
Flute
Felix Mendelssohn, 1809–1847, Germany G minor

3Hearts

Symphony No.2, Op.73
1. Allegro non troppo
Horn
Johannes Brahms, 1833–1897, Germany D major

4Hearts

The Marriage of Figaro, K.492
Overture
Bassoon, Cello or
String Bass
Wolfgang Mozart, 1756–1791, Austria D major

5Hearts

Symphony No.1, Op.21
1. Adagio molto–Allegro con brio
Violin
Ludwig van Beethoven, 1770–1827, Germany C major

6Hearts

Symphony No.9, Op.95
2. Largo
Oboe
Antonín Dvořák, 1841–1904
Bohemia (Austrian Empire/Czech Republic)
Ab major

7Hearts

Academic Festival Overture, Op.80 Trumpet
Johannes Brahms, 1833–1897, Germany C major

8Hearts

Pomp and Circumstance, Op.39
March No.1
Viola
Edward Elgar, 1857–1934, England in transition

9Hearts

Nabucco
Overture
Trombone
Giuseppe Verdi, 1813–1901, Italy A major/F# minor

10Hearts

Symphony No.5, Op.64
1. Andante–Allegro anima
Clarinet
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, 1840–1893, Russia E minor

JHearts

Symphony No.9, Op.125
4. Presto
Cello
Ludwig van Beethoven, 1770–1827, Germany D major

QHearts

Symphony No.1 “Titan”
3. Feierlich und gemessen, ohne zu schleppen
String Bass
Gustav Mahler, 1860–1911
Bohemia (Austrian Empire/Czech Republic)
D minor

KHearts

Symphonie Fantastique, H.48 (Op.14)
5. Dream of the Night of the Sabbath
Tuba
Hector Berlioz, 1803–1869,
France
C minor

AHearts

Requiem in D minor, K.626
3. Sequenz, 2. Tuba mirum
Trombone
Wolfgang Mozart, 1756–1791, Austria Bb major

2Clubs

Mlada
Act 2, Scene 3 “Procession of the Nobles”
(No.5 Cortege)
Timpani
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, 1844–1908, Russia Eb major

3Clubs

The Planets, Op.32
1. Mars, the Bringer of War
Harp
Gustav Holst, 1874–1934, England G minor

4Clubs

Carmen
Act 3, Prelude
Flute
Georges Bizet, 1838–1875, France Eb major

5Clubs

Symphony No.6, Op.68
3. Allegro (Merry gathering of country folk)
Horn
Ludwig van Beethoven, 1770–1827, Germany F major

6Clubs

Symphony No.5, Op.67
2. Andante con moto
Viola or Cello
Ludwig van Beethoven, 1770–1827, Germany Ab major

7Clubs

Sinfonietta
1. Allegretto (Fanfares)
Bass Trumpet or
Timpani
Leoš Janáček, 1854–1928
Moravia (Austrian Empire/Czech Republic)
Db major

8Clubs

Roman Carnival, H.95 English Horn
Hector Berlioz, 1803–1869, France C major

9Clubs

Boléro, M.81 Tenor Saxophone
Maurice Ravel, 1875–1937, France C major

10Clubs

Morning, Noon, & Night in Vienna
Overture
Cello or Clarinet
Franz von Suppé, 1819–1895, Croatia (Austrian Empire) F minor

JClubs

Das Rheingold WWV 86a
Scene 2
Anvil
Richard Wagner, 1813–1883, Germany Bb minor

QClubs

Symphony No.6, Op.74 “Pathétique”
1. Adagio–Allegro non troppo
Bassoon
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, 1840–1893, Russia E minor

KClubs

Mirrors, M.43
No.4 Alborada del Gracioso
Harp
Maurice Ravel, 1875–1937,
France
D minor

AClubs

Symphony No.35, K.385
1. Allegro con spirito
Cello or String Bass
Wolfgang Mozart, 1756–1791, Austria D major

2Diamonds

Symphony No.94 in G major
(”Surprise Symphony“), Hob.I:94
4. Allegro di molto
Violin
Joseph Haydn, 1732–1809,
Austria
G major

3Diamonds

Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun, CD 87 ; L.86 Flute
Claude Debussy, 1862–1918,
France
no key yet

4Diamonds

Symphony No.3
Erste Abtheilung No.1
Horn
Gustav Mahler, 1860–1911
Bohemia (Austrian Empire/Czech Republic)
D minor

5Diamonds

Symphony No.4, Op.36
3. Scherzo
Piccolo
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, 1840–1893, Russia A major

6Diamonds

Brandenburg Concerto No.2, BWV 1047
3. Allegro assai
Trumpet
Johann Sebastian Bach, 1685–1750, Germany F major

7Diamonds

Variations on a Theme by Haydn, Op.56a Oboe
Johannes Brahms, 1833–1897, Germany Bb major

8Diamonds

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice Glockenspiel
Paul Dukas, 1865–1935, France C minor

9Diamonds

Poet and Peasant
Overture
Cello
Franz von Suppé, 1819–1895, Croatia (Austrian Empire) D major

10Diamonds

La damnation de Faust, H.111
Part 1, 3. Hungarian March
Bass Trombone
Hector Berlioz, 1803–1869,
France
F major

JDiamonds

Prince Igor
Act 2, No.17 Polovetsian Dances
Clarinet
Alexander Borodin, 1833–1887, Russia F major

QDiamonds

A Faust Overture, WWV 59 Tuba
Richard Wagner, 1813–1883, Germany no key yet

KDiamonds

Symphony No.3, Op.55 “Eroica”
4. Finale
String Bass
Ludwig van Beethoven, 1770–1827, Germany Eb major

ADiamonds

Requiem Op.48
4. Pie Jesu
Organ
Gabriel Fauré, 1845–1924, France Bb major

Jo

The Valkyries WWV 86B
Act 3, Scene 1 (“The Ride”)
Soprano
(Helmwige & Ortlinde)
Richard Wagner, 1813–1883, Germany in transition

Jo

La Traviata
Act 1, Sempre libera
Soprano
(Violetta Valéry)
Giuseppe Verdi, 1813–1901,
Italy
Ab major

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