Charles Munch And The Boston Symphony Rehearse Music Of Brahms – Past Daily Weekend Gallimaufry

Charles Munch leads the orchestra in Brahms this weekend.

Charles Munch leads the orchestra in Brahms this weekend.

Click on the link here for Audio Player – Charles Munch and The Boston Symphony – Rehearse Brahms Symphony Nr. 2 – 1951 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection

Continuing our weekly series of historic rehearsal recordings featuring the Boston Symphony. This week it’s Charles Munch and the BSO rehearsing the first and second movements of the Brahms Symphony Number 2. Originally broadcast on May 19, 1951 and narrated by the ever-present Ben Grauer.

As always, not complete performance of the symphony, but a half-hour fly-on-the-wall glimpse of the orchestra at work.

Time to drag out your batons. Ready?

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3 Responses

  1. Jean Thorel says:

    Yes, READY !!! Greetings from Hong-Kong.

  2. Jean Thorel says:

    Gordon, donation seems not to work when abroad with Visa as a checking Nr is required (safety nr) by the bank and that cede nr could be only got when at home. I will make it for sure back to Paris early July…..

    • gordonskene says:

      Many thanks! Everything helps to keep the project going and keep the site alive. It’s very much appreciated. Your support is beyond words.

      G.