"Carnegie Hall Opening Night 2002," a concert featuring Daniel Barenboim conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in music by Manuel de Falla and Maurice Ravel. The program consists of two works by De Falla (The Miller's Dance and Nights in the Gardens of Spain) and four by Ravel: Rapsodie espagnole, Pavane for a Dead Princess, Alborado del gracioso and Bolero. Peter Jennings hosts. Taped in Manhattan on Oct. 2.
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