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** Henry Mancini's Music "In Concert" **

Concert details provided by attendant Mike Newcomb:

Monica Mancini in Concert with the Utah Symphony
May 18, 2006

Program:

Overture to Candide (Leonard Bernstein)
Appalachian Spring (Aaron Copland)
Mission Impossible (Lalo Schifrin)
Finale from "The Firebird" (Igor Stravinsky)
Hoe Down from Rodeo (Aaron Copland)
(the above took approximately 20 minutes)

I N T E R M I S S I O N

The Pink Panther (instumental)
(Monica appears on stage)
It Had Better Be Tonight
Moment to Moment
Two for the Road
Charade
When October Goes (Manilow)
Le Jazz Hot
Baby Elephant Walk (instrumental)
Peter Gunn
Cinema Paradiso (Morricone)
Baby Mine (Krauss)
Dear Heart/Dreamsville
Days of Wine and Roses
Moon River
Music on the Way (Hills of Yesterday)
Moon River (instrumental)

E N D

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Comments on the concert from attendant Mike Newcomb:

The conductor of the Utah Symphony was Randall Craig Fleischer.  The Utah Symphony never sounded better.  I was amazed at how well they peformed.  Monica also brought along her own piano, guitar, drums, and sax players. She also promised to sign all autographs after the show.  During the concert, there was a large screen showing several movie clips of the Pink Panther, Days of Wine and Roses, Hatari - and insterspersed between these were many photos of Henry Mancini and Hank with his twin daughters Felice and Monica as well as Monica's mom (Ginny) and brother (Chris).



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