Tagged: Academic year

Oskar Morawetz

Music Of Oskar Morawetz – CBC Symphony – 1957 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Oskar Morawetz – Overture To A Fairy Tale – CBC Symphony – Geoffrey Waddington, cond. circa 1957 – CBC Transcription Service – Back up to Canada this week for a sampling of the music of Czech-Canadian Composer Oskar Morawetz. His 1956 composition Overture To A Fairy Tale in this circa...

Michel Beroff - plays Bartok this week

Erich Leinsdorf With Michel Beroff And The Cleveland Orchestra In Music Of Stravinsky, Bartok And Bizet/Shchedrin – 1976 – The Mid-Week Concert

Cleveland Orchestra – Erich Leinsdorf, guest Conductor – Michel Beroff, Piano – 1975-1976 season Continuing our leap around the vault this week with a concert by The Cleveland Orchestra, guest conducted by Erich Leinsdorf and featuring the French/Bulgarian Pianist Michel Beroff in music of Stravinsky, Bartok and Bizet/Shchederin. This concert...

James Levine - and The Philadelphia orchestra - 1980

James Levine, Alfred Brendel And The Philadelphia Orchestra Play Music Of Beethoven And Schubert – 1980 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

James Levine, Conductor – Alfred Brendel, Piano – The Philadelphia Orchestra Concert – November 8, 1980 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Historic concerts back in the U.S. this week – The Philadelphia Orchestra, guest conducted by James Levine and featuring Alfred Brendel as Piano soloist in a concert featuring...

Education in 1968

What Is Happening To The American Student? 1968 – Past Daily Reference Room

What’s Happening To America: Education – Aug. 16, 1968 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – The American classroom. In the 1960s it was a place of growing discontent. The school was ground zero for protest; about the war, about racial inequality, about the quality of education, about the growing gap...

Classroom 1950s

Who Should Pay For Higher Education? 1958 – Past Daily Weekend Reference Room

  It seems odd now, but the question of education and how it should be paid for has been an issue going on, in America at least, for well over 100 years. Who is entitled to an education? Who deserves one? Is education for everyone? Or is it only for...