Tagged: Boston

Morton Gould Conducts Morton Gould – 1939 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Americana of the hybrid variety this weekend. It’s hard to pin down exactly what genre Morton Gould could be best associated with. As someone who was considered a gifted American composer of some serious works, Gould was also widely regarded as a “light” composer, bordering on Pop. So his work...

Rudolf Serkin - Seiji Ozawa

Rudolf Serkin With Seiji Ozawa And The Boston Symphony Play Music Of Beethoven And Bernstein – 1980 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

Rudof Serkin, Piano – Boston Symphony – Seiji Ozawa, Cond. Sept, 25, 1980 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Normally, I don’t post half concerts or portions of concerts for the Mid-Week feature. And I almost didn’t post this one, had it not been for the very special nature of...

Ruggiero Ricci

Ruggiero Ricci With Edo De Waart And The San Francisco Symphony Play Music Of Haydn, Schuller And Lalo – 1979 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

Ruggiero Ricci with Ed De Waart and The San Francisco Symphony – October 23, 1979 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Another historic concert this week. Italian-America violinist and legend Ruggiero Ricci in performance in his native Bay Area with the San Francisco Symphony led by Edo DeWaart. The Concert...

Udo Kasemets

Music Of Udo Kasemets – Arthur Garami, Violin – Charles Reiner, Piano – 1955 – Past Daily Weekend Gramophone

Udo Kasemets – Sonata For Violin and Piano – 1954 – CBC Recital – CBC Transcription Service – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Udo Kasemts – Born in Estonia, migrated to Canada in 1951 – became a Canadian citizen in 1957. He taught at The Royal Hamilton College of Music...

Bela Bartok

Kyung-Wha Chung With Seiji Ozawa And The Boston Symphony Play Music Of Bartok – 1975 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

Boston Symphony – Kyung-Wha Chung, violin – Seiji Ozawa, Cond. Boston Symphony – June 6, 1975 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – Another historic concert this week. The Boston Symphony, led by Seiji Ozawa with Kyung-Wha Chung, violin play an all-Bartok program. It was recorded for broadcast on June 6,...