Annual Reid Concert 1904

Wednesday, February 3, 1904
1903-1904, Concert IV of IV

The Waltz from Mozart to Johann Strauss, the Younger; and two overtures by Auber and the Reid Music.


An orchestra of forty-three-players from the Scottish Orchestra, conducted by Professor Niecks

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 


1.  Introduction, pastorale, minuet and march ... General John Reid

2.  Nos. 1 and 6 of Six German dances (1788) ... Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

3.  Nos. 7 and 8 of Twelve German dances (1795) ... Ludwig van Beethoven

4.  No. 5 and coda of Five German dances with coda and seven trios, for string quartet (1813) ... Franz Schubert
  This dance has two trios and a coda.

5.  (a) Waltz from "Der Freischutz" (composed 1818, performed 1821) ... Carl Maria von Weber
     (b) "Aufforderung zum Tanz" (Invitation to the dance), Rondo brilliant (composed 1819, published 1821) ... Carl Maria von Weber
          The pianoforte composition has been orchestrated by Hector Berlioz and his version will be given.

6.  Overture to "Le Cheval de bronze" (1835) ... D. F. E. Auber

7.  (a) "Pester Walzer,"  op. 93  and (b)  "Die Schönbrunner Walzer,"  op. 200 ... Joseph Lanner

8.  (a) "Gabrielen Walzer," op. 68 and (b) "Taglioni Walzer," op. 110 ... Johann Strauss, the elder

9.  "Die Grenzboten Walzer," op. 156 ... Joseph Labitzki

10. "Träume auf dem Ocean," op. 80 ... Joseph Gungl

11. "Kroll's Ballklänge" ... Hans Christian Lumbye

12. Overture to "Lestocq" ... D. F. E. Auber

13. "Les Roses" ... Olivier Metra

14. "Les Patineurs," op. 183 ... Emile Waldteufel

15. (a) "An der schonen blauen Donau," op. 314 and (b) "Kunstler Leben," op. 316  ... Johann Strauss, the younger

8 page booklet
Programme Notes: 

There are no programme notes for the individual pieces as such but the printed programme includes a 'Historical Skitch of the Waltz' written by Professor Niecks which makes reference to the works in the programme.