Edith Peinemann – Pina Carmirelli – Munich Phil. – Vienna Festival 1960 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

Edith Peinemann - joining Pina Carmirelli and the Munich Philharmonic with Fritz  Rieger in some classic Bach.

Edith Peinemann – Joining Pina Carmirelli and the Munich Philharmonic with Fritz Rieger in some classic Bach.

. . . or click on the link here for Audio Player – 1960 Vienna Festival – Part 1 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection

. . . or click on the link here for Audio Player – 1960 Vienna Festival – Part 2 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection

Since we’re right in the middle of our Spring Fundraiser, I thought it would be a good idea to start running classic concerts from the past, just to let you know the sort of rare material you get to hear on a daily basis.

This week it’s a concert from the 1960 Vienna Festival featuring the Munich Philharmonic, led by Fritz Rieger and featuring the legendary violinists Edith Peinemann and Pina Carmirelli in music of Bach and Bruckner.

The concert starts off with the Brandenburg Concerto Number 2, played by members of the Munich Philharmonic. The concert continues with the Concerto for Two Violins and Strings by Bach with Peinemann and Carmirelli as soloists.

Then, after the break (and the lower player), the Munich Philharmonic concludes the concert with a performance of Bruckner’s Symphony Number 4.

Historic concert this week. Just one of the things Past Daily does here every week and every day of the week.

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. . . and the legendary Pina Carmirelli joining in.

. . . and the legendary Pina Carmirelli joins in.

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5 Responses

  1. gschatzk says:

    gordon is there a mistake.The Bruckner sym. 4 has no third movement

  2. Peter says:

    Gordon, did you manage to find the 3rd movement? It would be a shame without it! Thanks for all your hard work.

    • gordonskene says:

      Still looking for the original tape I filed away after I transferred – and of course, it’s not where I thought I put it. But I persevere and will find it! Thanks for all your support!

      Best,
      G.

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