- Alcott Overture (1904, inc., but re-used for the third movement of Piano Sonata No.2)
- Emerson Overture for Piano and Orchestra or Emerson Concerto (1911–12, incomplete, but re-used for the first movement of Piano Sonata No.2)
- Matthew Arnold Overture (1912, inc.)
- Overture and March: 1776 (1904, rev. 1910; re-used in "Putnam's Camp" from Three Places in New England and Holidays Symphony)
- Overture in G Minor (1899, inc.)
- Overture: Nationals (1915, inc. sketches; adapted from Overture and March: 1776; )
- Robert Browning Overture (1914, rev. 1942)
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... Many 19th-century operettas and light operas substituted for the specially composed overture in strict "overture form", as detailed above, a potpourri of airs based on the tunes of the songs that were to follow ... instance, seldom actually wrote out his own overtures—since they followed the potpourri format expected from an English "comic opera" of the time ... Twentieth-century and contemporary overtures accompanying Broadway and other musical theatre almost always follow this pattern, consisting of segments from the more popular ...
... The Concert Overture "William Cobbett" was created by making a transcription for orchestra of the Rondo for oboe and piano in 1962, the bicentenary year of Cobbett's birth (9 March 1762 ... The overture received a rehearsal performance by the BBC Northern Ireland Light Orchestra in Belfast in 1969, under the auspices of the BBC's light music rehearsal scheme ... At the head of the score of this concert overture appears a quotation from Shakespeare, generally known as John of Gaunt's speech ...
... Pacific Overtures" is very, very different." Walter Kerr's article in the New York Times on the original 1976 production said "But no amount of performing, or of incidental charm, can salvage "Pacific Overtures ... But if Pacific Overtures is never going to be anyone's favorite Sondheim musical, it is a far more forceful and enjoyable evening at the Promenade than it was eight years ago at the Winter Garden...Many ... brushstrokes...Bowler Hat delivers the point of Pacific Overtures so artfully that the rest of Act II seems superfluous." ...
... Overture in C major, Op. 1795) Overture d'un concert ou d'une académie de la musique in D major (c. 1803–23) Overture en l'honneur de l'Impératrice Marie Thérèse (c ...
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“... one of the blind spots of most Negroes is their failure to realize that small overtures from whites have a large significance ... I now realize that this feeling inevitably takes possession of one in the bitter struggle for equality. Indeed, I share it. Yet I wonder how we can expect total acceptance to step full grown from the womb of prejudice, with no embryo or infancy or childhood stages.”
—Sarah Patton Boyle, U.S. civil rights activist and author. The Desegregated Heart, part 1, ch. 10 (1962)