Thomas Popular Garden Concert

Event Information

Venue(s):
Central Park Garden

Manager / Director:
J. [manager] Gosche

Conductor(s):
Theodore Thomas [see also Thomas Orchestra]

Price: $.50; $2.50 private boxes

Event Type:
Band, Orchestral

Record Information

Status:
Published

Last Updated:
25 July 2020

Performance Date(s) and Time(s)

07 Sep 1869, 8:00 PM

Program Details

“Grand gala night.”

Performers and/or Works Performed

2)
Composer(s): Leonhardt
3)
aka Tannhauser overture
Composer(s): Wagner
4)
Composer(s): Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
5)
Composer(s): Strauss
6)
aka 'S giebt nur Kaiserstadt, ’s giebt nur ein Wien; Kaiserstadt polka
Composer(s): Strauss
7)
aka Robert the devil
Composer(s): Unknown composer
Participants:  Thomas Orchestra;  Thomas Band
8)
Composer(s): Zikoff
Participants:  Thomas Band
9)
aka Tear; Thraene; Träne; Trane, Die; Thrane, Die
Composer(s): Stigelli
Text Author: Brandes
Participants:  Thomas Band
10)
aka Martha, oder Der Markt zu Richmond; Martha, or The Market at Richmond
Composer(s): Flotow
Text Author: Friedrich
Participants:  Thomas Band
11)
aka Jubel overture; Jubilee
Composer(s): Weber
Participants:  Thomas Orchestra;  Thomas Band
12)
Composer(s): Gounod
Participants:  Jules [cornet] Levy
13)
Composer(s): Strauss
14)
aka Zug der Frauen zum Münster; Elsa's procession to the Cathedral
Composer(s): Wagner
Participants:  Thomas Orchestra;  Thomas Band
15)
aka Gräzer Coloseum March; Colosseum March
Composer(s): Gung'l
16)
Composer(s): Fesca
Participants:  Thomas Band
17)
Composer(s): Offenbach
Participants:  Thomas Band
18)
aka Guglielmo Tell; William Tell; Introduction
Composer(s): Rossini
19)
Composer(s): Levy
Participants:  Jules [cornet] Levy

Citations

1)
Advertisement: New York Herald, 07 September 1869, 12.
2)
Advertisement: New-York Times, 07 September 1869, 7.
3)
Advertisement: New-York Daily Tribune, 07 September 1869, 3.
4)
Announcement: New York Sun, 07 September 1869, 2.

“Theo. Thomas’s Concerts.—This evening and Saturday are gala nights at the Central Park Gardens [sic]. There will be on these occasions a double orchestra—a fact that is apt to bring out also a double audience.”