I, Roger M. Wilcox, was in the ISOMATA Youth Choir on this program.
Concerto Grosso (Op. 6, No. 1 in G major HWV 319), by Handel
Les Toreadors from "Carmen", by Bizet
March to the Scaffold, by Berlioz/Carter
Two Pieces from "Henry V", by Walton
Petrouchka (fourth scene), by Stravinsky/Isaac
Second Symphony (finale), by Sibelius/Leidig
Campus Bells, by Palange
Gloria in Excelsis
Et in Terra Pax
Laudamus Te. Both soloists were from the Youth Choir. One of them was Janine Wanee; I don't remember who the other one was. The audio distortion on the loudest soprano notes appears to be in the source material.
Gratias Agimus Tibi / Propter Magnam Gloriam. As with the previous track, the audio distortion seems to be in the source material.
Domine Fili Unigenite
Domine Deus, Agnus Dei
Qui Sedes ad Dexteram
Quoniam tu Solus Santus [sic]
Cum Sancto Spiritu
Allerseelen, by Strauss/Davis
Third Set for Band, by Spears
Psalm for Band, by Persichetti
Irish Tune from County Derry, by Grainger
Manhattan Beach, by Sousa
Emperata Overture, by Smith
In Idyllwild, by Meredith Willson. The microphones were very close to the soloists this year, so they can be heard clearly. The most prominent voice (the female one) was probably Janine Wanee. I think the male one might've been me, but since I was one of the soloists the previous year it's not likely.
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