274. Music and Dance 1951
As given below
George Balanchine (eight of thirteen dances), Todd Bolender, Frank Hobi, and Francisco Moncion
Presented by the National Orchestral Society, Leon Barzin, Musical Director. Artistic Director: George Balanchine. Lighting Director: Jean Rosenthal
February 10, 1951, Carnegie Hall, New York. Danced by members of the New York City Ballet and students of the School of American Ballet. Conductor: Leon Barzin
IV. SARABANDE from Louis XIV Suite (François Couperin, orchestrated by Wood-Hill): 4 women;
VI. MINUET from Symphony No. 39, K. 543 (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart): Doris Breckenridge, Robert Barnett;
VII. GAVOTTE from Ladies of the Ballet (Alfred Edward Moffat): 2 couples;
VIII. BOURRÉE from Concerto for String Orchestra (Jean-Baptiste Lully): 2 couples;
IX. RIGAUDON from the Lully Concerto: 4 couples;
XI. WALTZ from Naïla (La Source, Léo Delibes): Maria Tallchief, 11 women;
XII. TANGO from Le Carnaval d’Aix (Darius Milhaud): Tanaquil Le Clercq
Performance Type
Concert Works
See Also
Each musical selection was played by the orchestra alone and then repeated with dances. Mazurka from ‘A Life for the Tsar’ [272] was performed as Number XIII, closing the program.

Information from a suggestion of Melissa Hayden