The art of Emanuel Feuermann; Haydn and Bloch, part 2
You have heard a recording made in 1034 of a manual for human playing the Haydn Cello Concerto in D major opus 101 with Malcolm Stajan conducting an orchestra. We are next going to play a late recording made by point when the music contrasts sharply with the classic restraint and the refined expressive tenor of the Haydn. It is it is an interpretation with Leopold's the cops and the Philadelphia Orchestra or Ernest Bloch's Hebrew Rhapsody but cello and orchestra Shalom all Bloch wrote in two months in Geneva in 1916. In it he attempted to evoke the Hebrew spirit rather than any literal rendering of Hebrew music as Bloch stated. And it is express the vigor and ingenuousness of the Patriarchs the violence that finds expression in the book of prophet. The burning love of justice the desperation of the preachers of Jerusalem the sorrow and the grandeur of the Book of Job. The sensuality of the Song of Songs. All this is in
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Lobel played by the Philadelphia Orchestra Leopold Stokowski conducting and with the manual for human as cello soloist it is one of the great recorded performances. Next time we will play an early and really heard recording of four human performing the divorce shocked cello concerto. Your host for this program the first in a series of six devoted to the art of the manual for Oman was cellist Seymour Itzkoff a member of the Department of Education at Smith College. This program was prepared for broadcast by the Eastern educational radio network at the Amherst studios A for college radio WFC are now broadcasting service of Amherst College Mount Holyoke College Smith College and the University of Massachusetts. Oh.
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- The art of Emanuel Feuermann
- Haydn and Bloch, part 2
- Producing Organization
- WFCR (Radio station : Amherst, Mass.)
- Four College Radio
- Contributing Organization
- University of Maryland (College Park, Maryland)
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- Episode Description
- Haydn: Cello Concerto in D, Malcolm Sargent, conductor; Bloch: Schelmo, Leopold Stokowski, conductor
- Series Description
- Series exploring artistry of cellist Emanuel Feuermann, including historic recordings. The series is hosted by Seymour Itzkoff of Smith College.
- Media type
Host: Itzkoff, Seymour W.
Performer: Feuermann, Emanuel, 1902-1942
Producing Organization: WFCR (Radio station : Amherst, Mass.)
Producing Organization: Four College Radio
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University of Maryland
Identifier: 67-22-1 (National Association of Educational Broadcasters)
Format: 1/4 inch audio tape
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