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We're listening to a concert by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Next. Week and cheerful for violin an orchestra in D minor by surveyors. Our soloist. Is Isaac Stern. Who appears every year with almost every major orchestras in this country and abroad. His concert for just one season total well over 100. One was born in Russia but his parents brought him to San Francisco when he was less than a year old. At six he began studying the piano. But after listening for two years to the incessant practicing of a neighborhood violinist he switched to that instrument. As successful. New York debuts in 1937 in 1043 launched him on his busy career. And since then he's toured almost every country in the world. He was the first American artist to be invited to play at the Soviet Union after World War 2. In 1916. Isaac Stern led the successful campaign to save
Carnegie Hall from demolition. Is now its president. And also President of the America Israel cultural foundation. In 1965 President Johnson appointed him as a member of the National Council on arts. And whenever his schedule allows he plays in recital with the now famous trio he founded together with pianist Eugene Eastman and cellist Leonard Rose. On this program. Isaac Stern will play the Concerto for violin and orchestra in D minor by surveil us. So Bill yes the great Finnish composer died in 1057. Produced a great many works of the most important are the seven symphonies several tone poems the string quartet many songs and the Violin Concerto. Today he has completed the concerto in one thousand three and then revised it in one thousand five. It's the revised version which is played today.
Many critics regard the concerto like so many of his works as a testament to nature. So Bill Yes invariably drew his inspiration from the Finnish landscape and its natural rugged beauty. To quote the composer's own words. I love the mystic sounds heard in fields and forests in the mountains and on the lakes. People are quite correct when they refer to me as a nature artist. For it to me nature is the Book of Books. The three movements of the concerto are first Allegro my Toronto second adagio Dymo top and third Allegro mon Tonto. Isaac just appeared on stage followed by Max Trudeau will conduct Mr. Stern and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in the future hold for violin and orchestra in D Minor by the band. What.
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Isaac Stern and the son from any symphony orchestra have just played the Concerto for violin and orchestra in the minor by the bad conductor Max riddle. Stern joined the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra on the European Tour in 1969 where you played the Brahms violin concerto with the artist. Russell. Isaac Stern began violin studies at the age of 16. The concert master of the
San Francisco Symphony and that 15 made his debut playing the Bach double concerto. Thank you. This journey has had to experience with motion pictures. Thank you Christine. To let Hollywood. Tell You The Only. Guy. Film biography of Paul Ryan in the night thing. And he also posted for the late John Garfield musical soundtrack Humoresque. And so we conclude another concert of the seventy fifth season by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. This concert was recorded during performance at Cincinnati music hall by W.G. you see the radio stations of the University of Cincinnati. These programs are made possible through the cooperation of the Cincinnati
Symphony Orchestra. The Cincinnati musicians Association and national educational radio. Recording Engineer for the series is Myron Bennett production by Bob Stephenson and continuity by Carl Richards. This is George Bryant inviting you to be with us for the next program and the series by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. This is the national educational radio network.
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Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra 1970
Episode Number
#5 (Reel 2)
Contributing Organization
University of Maryland (College Park, Maryland)
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Series Description
This series features live performances from the 1970 season by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra .
Media type
Performing Group: Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
AAPB Contributor Holdings
University of Maryland
Identifier: 71-19-5 (National Association of Educational Broadcasters)
Format: 1/4 inch audio tape
Duration: 00:34:47
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