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Bugs Bunny at the Symphony II

with the Naples Philharmonic

Hayes Hall

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Performance

Bugs Bunny at the Symphony II

George Daugherty — Conductor and Creator
David Ka Lik Wong — Executive Producer

The world’s most beloved Looney Tunes and their legendary stars—Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Pepe Le Pew, Tweety, Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner—are projected on the big screen while their original scores are performed by the Naples Philharmonic. Highlights include What’s Opera, Doc?; The Rabbit of Seville and Rhapsody Rabbit, alongside eye-popping Warner Bros. 3D theatrical shorts I Tawt I Taw A Puddy Tat and Coyote Falls.


LOONEY TUNES and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
TOM AND JERRY and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and © Turner Entertainment Co.
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The Pieces

ACT I

The Dance of the Comedians
from The Bartered Bride by Bedrich Smetana.

The Warner Bros. Fanfare
Music by Max Steiner; Merrily We Roll Along (The Merrie Melodies Theme); Music by Charles Tobias, Murray Mencher, and Eddie Cantor; Arranged and Orchestrated by Carl W. Stalling.

Baton Bunny Music
by Milt Franklyn; Based on the Overture to Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna by Franz von Suppé; Story by Michael Maltese; Animation Direction by Chuck Jones and Abe Levitow.

Show Biz Bugs Music
by Milt Franklyn; Jeepers Creepers by Harry Warren and Johnny Mercer; Those Endearing Young Charms Irish Folk Melody, words by Thomas Moore; Story by Warren Foster; Animation Direction by Friz Freleng.

Rhapsody Rabbit
Music by Carl W. Stalling; Based on Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 by Franz Liszt; Piano Solo performed by Milt Franklyn; Story by Tedd Pierce and Michael Maltese; Animation Direction by Friz Freleng.

Johann Mouse (Scenes)
Music by Scott Bradley, after Johann Strauss II; Piano Solos by Jakob Gimpel; Narrated by Hans Conried; Story and Animation Direction by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera.
and
“Tom And Jerry In The Hollywood Bowl”
Music by Johann Strauss II (Overture to Die Fledermaus); Music Originally Arranged by Scott Bradley; Story and Animation Direction by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera.

Back Alley Oproar (Scene)
Music by Carl W. Stalling; “Largo al factotum” by Gioachino Rossini from The Barber of Seville; Story by Michael Maltese and Tedd Pierce; Animation Direction by Friz Freleng.

Zoom and Bored
Music by Carl W. Stalling and Milt Franklyn; Based on The Dance of the Comedians from The Bartered Bride by Bedrich Smetana; Story by Michael Maltese; Animation Direction by Chuck Jones.

Pepé Le Pew, Le Chanteur Romantique
For Scent-Imental Reasons (Scenes)
Music by Carl W. Stalling; Story by Michael Maltese; Animation Direction by Chuck Jones.
and
A Scent Of The Matterhorn (Scene)
Music by Milt Franklyn; Tiptoe Through The Tulips Music by Joe Burke, and Lyrics by Al Dubin; Story and Animation Direction by Chuck Jones.
and
Scent-Imental Romeo (Scenes)
Music by Carl W. Stalling; Baby Face Music by Harry Akst, and Lyrics by Benny Davis; Story by Michael Maltese; Animation Direction by Chuck Jones.

The Rabbit Of Seville
Music by Carl W. Stalling; Based on the Overture to The Barber of Seville by Gioachino Rossini; Story by Michael Maltese; Animation Direction by Chuck Jones.

Intermission

ACT II

I Tawt I Taw A Puddy Tat
Music and Lyrics by Alan Livingston, Billy May, and Warren Foster; Musical Adaptation and Orchestration by Christopher Lennertz; with original voices by Mel Blanc and June Foray Executive Producer: Sam Register; Story and Animation Direction by Matthew O’Callaghan.
and
Coyote Falls
Music by Christopher Lennertz; Story by Tom Sheppard; Executive Producer: Sam Register; Story and Animation Direction by Matthew O’Callaghan.

Robin Hood Daffy (Scenes)
Music by Milt Franklyn; Story by Michael Maltese; Animation Direction by Chuck Jones and Duck Amuck Music by Carl W. Stalling; Story by Michael Maltese; Animation Direction by Chuck Jones.

Long-Haired Hare (Scene)
Music by Carl W. Stalling after Wagner, von Suppé, Donizetti, and Rossini; Story by Michael Maltese; Animation Direction by Chuck Jones.

What's Opera, Doc?
Music by Milt Franklyn; Based on music from The Flying Dutchman, Die Walküre, Siegfried, Götterdämmerung, Rienzi, and Tannhäuser by Richard Wagner; Story by Michael Maltese Animation Direction by Chuck Jones.

Merrie Melodies “That's All Folks”
Music Arranged and Orchestrated by Carl W. Stalling; Voice Characterization by Noel Blanc.

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George Daugherty

George Daugherty

Conductor George Daugherty is one of the classical music world's most diverse artists. In addition to his 25-year conducting career which has included appearances with the world's leading orchestras, ballet companies, opera houses, and concert artists, Daugherty is also an Emmy Award-winning/five-time Emmy nominated creator whose professional profile includes major credits as a director, writer, and producer for television, film, innovative and unique concerts, and the live theater.

David Ka Lik Wong

David Ka Lik Wong

Bugs Bunny At The Symphony II executive producer David Ka Lik Wong was awarded with a coveted Emmy Award for his work as producer on Peter and the Wolf in 1996, and was also nominated for an Emmy in 1994 for his work as producer of Rhythm & Jam, the ABC series of Saturday morning music education specials for children.

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