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1963 Vienna Festival – Henze Plays Henze With Wolfgang Schneiderhan – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

1963 Vienna Festival – Berlin Radio Symphony – Hans Werner Henze, cond. Wolfgang Schneiderhan, violin – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Something historic this week. A concert from the 1963 Vienna Festival featuring the Berlin Radio Symphony, conducted by composer Hans Werner Henze with Wolfgang Schneiderhan, violin in a program...

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Tower Of Power – In Concert From Paris – 1975 – Past Daily Soundbooth

Tower Of Power – In Concert from Paris – live at l’Olympia – 1975 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Ending up the weekend with a short set from Tower Of Power, recorded live from l’Olympia in Paris in 1975. One of the most recognizable and admired practitioners of Bay...

Janos Ferencsik in concert from Paris 0

Janos Ferencsik And Zoltan Kocsis And The New Philharmonic Of Radio France Play Music Of Liszt And Bartok – 1977 – Past Daily Mid-week Concert

Janos Ferencsik with Zoltan Kocsis and The New Philharmonic of The French Radio – July 21, 1977 – Radio France – Another historic concert this week, featuring the New Philharmonic of Radio France, guest conducted by Janos Ferencsik and featuring Zoltan Kocsis in a program of music by Lizst and...

Jeangu Macrooy 0

Jeangu Macrooy In Session At Eurosonic Noorderslag 2017 – Past Daily Soundbooth

Jeangu Macrooy – In session at Eurosonic Noorderslag 2017 – VPRO – Netherlands – Jeangu Macrooy to end up the weekend. I was just checking out the artists who played the recent Eurosonic festival in The Netherlands and ran across a session by Jeangu Macrooy. It stopped me in my...

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Intergalactic Lovers – Live In Brussels 2015 – Past Daily Soundbooth: Rock Without Borders

Intergalactic Lovers – Live at Ancienne Belgique, Brussels – March 23, 2015 Intergalactic Lovers in concert tonight. I haven’t been posting concerts and sessions from bands overseas lately. No reason; just distracted and spending a lot of time wrapped up in the 80s with bands I missed or forgot about....