Tagged: Helmut Kohl

Otmar Suitner - conducts the BSO this week 2

Otmar Suitner With Alfred Brendel And The Boston Symphony Play Music Of Brahms, Mozart And Wagner – 1982 – Past Daily Mid-Week Concert

tplais a Boston Symphony – Otmar Suitner, Guest Cond. – Alfred Brendel, Piano – Aug. 17, 1982 – Part 1 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection Boston Symphony – Otmar Suitner, Guest Cond. – Alfred Brendel, Piano – Aug. 17, 1982 – Part 2 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection Another historic...

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March 7, 1983 – Europe Goes To The Polls

March 7, 1983 – CBS World News Roundup + Newsbreak + 9:00 am News – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – March 7, 1983 – They were going to the polls in Europe. And the results were unexpected. Germany’s Conservative Chancellor Helmut Kohl won voter approval of the way he ran...

Saga Of The Wayward Whales – October 27, 1988 0

Saga Of The Wayward Whales – October 27, 1988

– CBS World News Roundup – October 27, 1988 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – The good news for this October 27th in 1988 was two California Grey Whales, stranded in the waters off Alaska, finally heading for open waters, behind a Soviet ice-breaker which had cut a path for...

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Bargaining Chips – March 6, 1990

Click on the link here for Audio Player – CBS World News Roundup – March 6, 1990 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection News for this March 6th in 1990 had much to do with the atmosphere of change and what was rapidly becoming the new face of Europe. Still, there...

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Weather Forecast For Vilnius: Blustery With Occasional Posturing – April 1, 1990

Click on the link here for Audio Player: News for April 1, 1990 With the runaway train of break-away republics from the soon-to-be-former Soviet Union on this April 1st in 1990, the former Soviet Republic of Lithuania was the next in line to sever ties. Amid warnings of potential dire...