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Listening to another in a series of concerts by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Our soloist today is considered one of the musical giants of the 20th century. David by strong. Will here Mr. I struck as a soloist in the Concerto in D Major for violin and orchestra Opus 77 by Brahms this concerto was written during the summer of 1873. The Brahms originally planned the work and for movements like a symphony as a movement was sketched in and then later removed. But even in its final three movements form the concerto has some funny elements. Like Brahms piano concerto as it's been described as a symphony for solo instrument with orchestra. Dedicated the work to his friend the famous I'm very in violinist Joseph you Joachim who had a hand in writing the solo part. It was premiered by Hugh Hakim on New Year's Day of the following year with Brahms conducting the composer was so satisfied with his work that
he wrote his publisher it is well to be doubted whether I could write a better concerto and whether he could or not no one will ever know because like Beethoven and Mendelssohn he wrote only one. Thank you again is David nice try. Thank you Maestro Rudolph thank you conduct the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra you can tear a hole in D Major for violin like Opus 77 by Dr. Thank you. 1 1 1 0
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They in turn feel their movie after review. JOHN CLARKE concludes the program on which we heard the Symphony in D Major by Johann Christian Bach in general in a major for violin and orchestra by Mozart and the concerto in the Major for violin and orchestra by Brahms the conductor for this concert was Max Rudolf music director emeritus soloist was David Vise and so we conclude another concert of the seventy fifth season by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. This concert was recorded very performance that Cincinnati Music Hall. By W.G. U.S. radio station of the University of Cincinnati. The programs were made possible through the
cooperation of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra a sense that the musicians Association and the national educational radio recording engineer for the series as Myron Bennett production by Bob Stephenson and continuity by Carol Richardson. This is George Ryan inviting you to be with us for the next program in this series by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. This is the national educational radio network.
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Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra 1970
Episode Number
#7 (Reel 2)
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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 .
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Performing Group: Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
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University of Maryland
Identifier: 71-19-7 (National Association of Educational Broadcasters)
Format: 1/4 inch audio tape
Duration: 00:52:56
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