Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra 1971; #7 (Reel 1)
From Music Hall in Cincinnati another concert from the 1970 71 series by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Thomas Schippers music director. This is Myron docked. Today with Terry consult the resident conductor. We will hear a program including a.m. It allows us soloist in the Beethoven Piano Concerto Number Four and on the first half of the program the Charles lives three places in New England. And to be sees these concerts were recorded for National Public Radio by W.G. U.S. the University of Cincinnati station and they are made possible by the cooperation of percents nicer the orchestra the Cincinnati musicians Association and National Public Radio. The applause greeting the arrival on stage of the concert master Sigmund Ephron to two in the orchestra. The first selection will be Charles Ives three places in New England and in addition to the music we will hear today from Charles Taft the city councilman house speaker of the writing that HIV's preluded each movement with
Charles Taft now 74 is one of the sons of the late President William Howard Taft a brother to the late Senator Robert Taft and uncle to the present senator Chao Ft. The Ives work depicts three places in New England as the title would imply the first is Boston Common the second Putnam's camp in Redding Connecticut and the third the hoose a tonic at Stockbridge. Contrary to popular impression Ives was not an untutored primitive the kind of Grandma Moses of music writing his illiterate but inspired symphonies by the snowbound shores of Walden Pond. He was the son of a Yankee band master and was brought up in a musically adventurous environment. He studied with Horatio Parker probably the best academic of the day and played piano and organ professionally in theatres and churches and Andriy. Here are Charlie Taft Charles P. Taft and Harry con. And in just a moment we will hear the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra three places in New
England by Charles High us. Think if you will all of the Great Satan God knows statuary on Boston Common. The memorial service Sure and I beat my regiment. Movie March. Faces of soul market generations. Hey Art three years of a destiny slowly restlessly sways on with you toward other freedom. The man on horseback are the minibar in the world literally. And from what your country
mate you images of the divine all are in the shadows. Head and heart never lie to the end of an age and of the nation above and beyond that compelling mass rises to rugby to the common heart sounding after moving Mark few faces of soul. The boy.
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soldiers endured and the education if you have it breaks away in March. Guard from the Santa Barbara Levy is a part of reading this. Once upon the Fourth of July. Again. The story teller's. Child right there on the picnic held under the auspices of the first church for 20 years. Oh man. The village carnage than wandering away to the rest of the children the best dance around it. Were you hoping to catch a glimpse of some of the old soldiers. As you rests on the hillside. Of. Lara Old Hickory's tunes of the band in the songs of the children and girls made it and fake. When the rabbit to all the trees on the crest of the yearly sees a tall woman stand she reminds him of the picture he has.
Promised him liberty. Of the face of sorrow. She's pleading with the soldiers not to forget their cars and the great sacrifices they made for it. They march out of camp with fighting from the popular to do it. Suddenly a new national no service is a real problem is coming over the hill in the Senate soldier's journey back in here while I wakes up. Years of joy and sorrow he runs down past the monument to listen to the band and join the game and vanished. Bigger. ILY. ILY. ILY. ILY.
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The next selection on this Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra concert is Lamela by Debussy which of course translates. How's the sea. Give you C's feeling for the sea was more than just fondness or are. As a matter of fact according to Debussy himself he was destined for a sailor's life but Fate led him in another direction. But the sea exercised a profound effect on him. And in 1900 for while he was living near the ocean he had the score of them there with them he was working on it at the time. But he found that he could not work on it in the presence of the sea. He went back to Paris to finish the orchestration which as he said is as to mulch us and varied as the sea itself. One authority wrote that anyone who has ever heard of PCs Lemaire will forever add a new dimension of sound to his thoughts of the sea. The first section is titled From dawn to noon on the sea. The music is at once
descriptive an impressionistic first suggest the coming of dawn over an empty sea. Then the first motive is heard from you to trumpet and horn in the same mood are phrases from woodwinds and shimmering Springs. There are brief climaxes when the brass come to the fore and the final climax for a full orchestra announces the arrival of noon the second section play of the waves. Here the music suggests rather than describes and in the third movement dialogue of the wind in the sea. Here we see another side of the ocean. The orchestration becomes more powerful. The opening in lower strings is hesitant yet foreboding and later howling winds and surging waves are reflected in music with more clearly defined themes at times. Horns sound over the waters like the voice of Neptune the orchestra gradually works up to a final climax expressive of the most powerful of all the elements. And once more the scary ones where the rusting conductor of the orchestra
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Oh oh oh. By Claude Debussy pings or conducting the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. This work composed in nineteen hundred and one has to be one of the greatest pictures of the scene ever written. In all its facets from the call of duty to the all inspiring power of the last movement conducting the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. You can see. The second half of the program we will be hearing the faith over in a
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- #7 (Reel 1)
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