Episodes

TitleComments
GENOME:
[HS BD=19441217]
Violin Concerto played by Louis Krasner, with the Cleveland Orchestra, conducted by Artur Rodzinski.

(Gramophone records)

GENOME:
[HS BD=19441217]
Violin: Louis Krasner

Music: The Cleveland Orchestra

Conducted By: Artur Rodzinski

GENOME:
[HS BD=19450403]
Lyric Suite played by the Galimir String Quartet. (Gramophone records)
GENOME:
[HS BD=19460111]
Violin Concerto, played by Louis Krasner , with the Cleveland Orchestra, conducted by Rodzinsky: on gramophone records
GENOME:
[HS BD=19460111]
Played By: Louis Krasner
GENOME:
[HS BD=19610407]
Sonata in B minor. Op. 1 played by Susan McGaw (piano)

Recording of the broadcast) on December 20, 1960

GENOME:
[HS BD=19610407]
Piano: Susan McGaw
GENOME:
[R3 BD=19730804]
Chamber Concerto for violin, piano, and 13 wind instruments

SASCHKO GAWRILOFF

GEORGES PLUDERMACHER LONDON SINFONIETTA conducted by PIERRE BOULEZ followed by an Interlude

GENOME:
[R3 BD=19730804]
Conducted By: Pierre Boulez
GENOME:
[R3 BD=19851223]
(died 23 December 1935) Altenberg Lieder , Op 4

MARGARET PRICE (soprano) LSO/CLAUDIO ABBADO Violin Concerto

ITZHAK PERLMAN (violin)

BOSTON SO/SEIJI OZAWA: records

GENOME:
[R3 BD=19851223]
Unknown: Altenberg Lieder

Violin: Itzhak Perlman

GENOME:
[R3 BD=19931228]
Another opportunity to hear the opening concert of the BBC's 1992 Berg festival. The soprano Arleen Auger. who died earlier this year, sings Reinbert de Leeuw's chamber version of the Seven Early Songs with the Nash Ensemble conducted by Andrew Davis. Baritone Alan Opie and pianist Ian Brown perform some of Berg's songs, and members of the Nash

Ensemble play the Four Pieces, Op 5 for clarinet and piano and the Adagio from the Chamber

Concerto.

GENOME:
[R3 BD=19931228]
Soprano: Arleen Auger.

Unknown: Nash Ensemble

Conducted By: Andrew Davis.

Baritone: Alan Opie

Pianist: Ian Brown