UN Day Concert 1988

UN Day Concert 1988
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24-Oct-1988 01:36:20
1988 UN Day Concert at the General Assembly Hall in New York: The Sydney Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Stuart Challender, soprano Dame Joan Sutherland and guest conductor Richard Bonynge. FOR LISTENING PURPOSES ONLY.

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Statement by Javier Perez de Cuellar, Secretary-General of the United Nations
Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks, Op. 28, Richard Strauss, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Stuart Challender
The Display, Malcolm Williamson, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Stuart Challender
La Valse, Ravel, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Stuart Challender
La Traviata: "È strano… Ah, forsè lui… Sempre libera", Verdi, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Richard Bonynge, performed by Dame Joan Sutherland, soprano
The Merry Widow: “I haven’t been in Paris long”, Lehar, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Richard Bonynge, performed by Dame Joan Sutherland, soprano
The Merry Widow: “Vilja”, Lehar, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Richard Bonynge, performed by Dame Joan Sutherland, soprano
Ballet Music from the Merry Widow, Lehar (Arr. Gamley), the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Richard Bonynge
La Sonnambula: “Ah, non credea”, “Ah, non giunge”, Bellini, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Richard Bonynge, performed by Dame Joan Sutherland, soprano
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UN Photo/Milton Grant 273329. Dame Joan Sutherland performing with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra at the General Assembly Hall in observance of United Nations Day. The Orchestra was conducted by Stuart Challender and Richard Bonynge.
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