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61.09.27 Carnegie Hall Eileen Farrell,soprano BEETHOVEN Symphony No.5
WAGNER Wesendonk-Lieder
Intermission
R.STRAUSS Don Juan
WAGNER Gottendammerung: Brunnhilde's Immolation
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61.09.28
61.09.29
61.10.01
Carnegie Hall Jennie Tourel,mezzo-soprano ROUSSEL Symphony No.3
BERLIOZ La mort de Cleopatre
Intermission
COUPLAND Appalachian Spring
RAVEL Daphnis and Chloe, Suite No.2
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61.09.30 Carnegie Hall Jennie Tourel,mezzo-soprano
Philippe Entremont,piano
ROUSSEL Symphony No.3
BERLIOZ La mort de Cleopatre
Intermission
TCHAIKOVSKY Piano Concerto No.1
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61.10.12
61.10.13
61.10.14
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Carnegie Hall Stanley Drucker,clarinet
Irene Jordan,soprano
Virginia Babakian,soprano
McHenry Boatwright,baritone
Vera Zorina,speaker
Schola Cantorum of New York, Hugh Ross, dir.
THOMSON The Seine at Night
MILHAUD Les Choephores
Intermission
DEBUSSY Rhapsody for Clarinet and Orchestra
DEBUSSY La Mer
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61.10.14 Carnegie Hall   Young People's Concert (16)
"What is Impressionism?"
CBS-TV broadcast, November 23,1961
DEBUSSY La Mer
RAVEL Daphnis and Chloe, Suite No.2: General Dance
DEBUSSY Nocturnes: Fetes (conducted by Seiji Ozawa)
DEBUSSY Rhapsody for Alto Saxophone (conducted by Seiji Ozawa)
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61.10.19
61.10.20
61.10.21
61.10.22
Carnegie Hall Arthur Gold and Robert Fizdale,duo-pianists
William Lincer,viola
HARRIS Symphony No.7
POULENC Concerto for Two Pianos
Intermission
BERLIOZ Harold in Italy
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61.10.26
61.10.27
61.10.28
61.10.29
Carnegie Hall Robert Casadesus,piano SATIE Parade (conducted by Maurice Peress)
DIAMOND Symphony No.8 (world premiere)
Intermission
FAURE Ballade for Piano and Orchestra
SAINT-SAENS Piano Concerto No.4
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61.11.02
61.11.03
61.11.04
61.11.05
Carnegie Hall Zara Nelsova,cello
John Canarina,ondes martenot
Paul Jacobs,piano
Women's Chorus of the Choral'Art Society,William Jonson, dir.
SMIT Capriccio for Strings
MESSIAEN Trois Petites Liturgies de la Presence Divine
Intermission
BLOCH Schelomo
FALLA The Three-Cornered Hat, Suite No.2
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61.11.07 White Plains,NY Zara Nelsova,cello
Stanley Drucker,clarinet
BEETHOVEN Symphony No.5
DEBUSSY Rhapsody for Clarinet and Orchestra
Intermission
BLOCH Schelomo
FALLA The Three-Cornered Hat, Suite No.2
 
61.11.11 Carnegie Hall Zara Nelsova,cello Young People's Concert (17)
"The Road to Paris"
CBS-TV broadcast, January 18,1962
GERSHWIN An American in Paris
BLOCH Schelomo
FALLA The Three-Cornered Hat, Suite No.2
 
62.02.17 Troy,NY   A Concert for Young People
"Overtures and Preludes"
MOZART The Marriage of Figaro: Overture
BEETHOVEN Leonore Overture No.3
BERLIOZ Roman Carnival Overture
WAGNER Die Meistersinger: Prelude to Act I
DEBUSSY Prelude a l'apres-midi d'um faune
J.STRAUSS,Jr. Die Fledermaus: Overture
BERNSTEIN Candide: Overture
 
62.03.24 Carnegie Hall   Young People's Concert (18)
"Igor Stravinsky's Birthday Party"
CBS-TV broadcast, March 26,1962
STRAVINSKY Greeting Prelude
STRAVINSKY Petrouchka: Suite
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62.03.29
62.03.30
62.03.31
62.04.01
Carnegie Hall   HAYDN Symphony No,83 ("La Poule")
RIEGGER Study in Sonority
Intermission
BRUCKNER Symphony No.9
 
62.04.05
62.04.06
62.04.08
Carnegie Hall Glenn Gould,piano NIELSEN Maskarade: Overture (conducted by John Canarina)
NIELSEN Symphony No.5
Intermission
BRAHMS Piano Concerto No.1
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62.04.07
62.04.10
Carnegie Hall
Newark,NJ
Andre Previn,piano
William Vacchiano,trumpet
HAYDN Symphony No,83 ("La Poule")
SHOSTAKOVICH Conceto No.1 for piano,Trumpet and Strings
Intermission
BRAHMS Symphony No.1
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62.04.07 Carnegie Hall Ruth and Naomi Segal,piano
Gary Karr,double bass
Tony Cirone,Xylophone
Paul Green,clarinet
David Hopper,glochenspiel
Paula Robinson,flute
Young People's Concert (19)
"Young Performers (3)"
CBS-TV broadcast, April 13,1962
MOZART The Marrige of Figaro: Overture (conducted by Seiji Ozawa)
BLOCH Prayer (conducted by Maurice Peres)
PAGANINI-REINSHAGEN/KARR Fantasy on a Theme from Moses in Egypt by Rossini (conducted by John Canarina)
SAINT-SAENS Carnival of the Animals
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62.04.12
62.04.13
Carnegie Hall Issac Stern,violin MOZART Serenade No.10,K.361: Adagio and Rondo
MOZART Violin Concerto No.1
BARTOK Rhapsody No.1
Intermission
DVORAK Symphony No.9 ("From the New World")
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62.04.14
62.04.15
Carnegie Hall Issac Stern,violin MOZART Serenade No.10,K.361: Adagio and Rondo
MOZART Violin Concerto No.1
BARTOK Rhapsody No.2
Intermission
DVORAK Symphony No.9 ("From the New World")
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62.04.19
62.04.20
62.04.21
62.04.22
Carnegie Hall Adeke Addison,soprano
Betty Allen,mezzo-soprano
Charles Bressler,tenor
Donald Bell,bass-biritone
David Lloyd,tenor
William Wilderman,bass
John Harris,vocalist
Lin Garber,vocalist
Philip Steele,vocalist
Estelle Skouras,vocalist
John Corigliano,violin
John Wummer,flute
Harold Gomberg,oboe
Engelbert Brenner,oboe d'amore
Albert Goltzer,oboe d'amore
Bruce Prince-Joseph,organ
Leonid Hambro,harpsichord
Carl Stern,cello
Carlo Raviola,double bass
The Collegiate Chorale, Abraham Kaplan, dir.
Boy's Choir from the Little Church Around the Corner, Stuart Gardner, dir.
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62.04.26
62.04.27
62.04.28
62.04.29
Carnegie Hall Rudolf Serkin,piano
Westminster Symphonic Choir, Warren Martin, dir.
BEETHOVEN Symphony No.4
BEETHOVEN "Choral" Fantasy
Intermission
BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No.5 ("Emperor")
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62.05.03
62.05.04
62.05.05
62.05.06
Carnegie Hall   HAYDN Symphony No.82 ("La Ours")
IVES Central Park in the Dark (conducted by Seiji Ozawa and Maurice Peress)
Intermission
MAHLER Symphony No.1
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62.05.17
62.05.18
62.05.19
62.05.20
Carnegie Hall Seymour Lipkin,piano
Joseph Fuchs,violin
STRAVINSKY Greetings Prelude
STRAVINSKY Fireworks, Op.4
STRAVINSLY Capriccio
PISTON Violin Concerto No.2
Intermission
BRAHMS Symphony No.2
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