Large lot of over 90 unsigned programs for concerts with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, including a few with choral societies, all at the Symphony Hall in Boston, between 1924 and 1931. Most programs are conducted by Serge Koussevitzky.
Mostly orchestral music, with some works for soloists (names listed in programs) for voice (Matzenauer, Frijsh, Crooks, Cahier, etc) and for instruments (harp, organ, viola, clarinet, cello, violin and piano).
Programs also include some world premiere of works by composers such as Fairchild, Sessions, Gilbert, Roussel, Dukelski, Steinert and Lazar. Also included are quite a few Boston premieres of works and a few premieres in America as well.
Most programs are missing the covers, were originally bound together and show residues of binding material in the spine, in various conditions, but all overall good, with no rust or stains. Each one is 5.75 x 8.25 inches in size.