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A concert of musical styles in transition, 1966 Jan 13

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Scope and Contents

Audio recording of A concert of musical styles in transition. Recording includes: Introductory remarks by Imanuel Willheim; Quintet no. 4 in E flat, op 11, by Johann Christian Bach; Octet in E flat – Andante maestoso and Allegro moderato, by Sigismund Neukomm. Musicians include: Charles Cornish (French horn), Edward Rozie (double bass), Dennis Najoom (trumpet), Jan Kobialka (cello), Nancy Turetzky (flute), Barry Nudelman (bassoon), Peter Cokkinias (clarinet), Daniel Kobialka (violin), Linda Lawrence (viola), and Frederick Korman (oboe). Intermission. The Hartt Symphony Orchestra conducted by Moshe Paranov perform Concerto no. 8 in A minor, op.47, for violin and orchestra – Allegro molto, Adagio, and Allegro moderato, by Louise Spohr, featuring Jean Tai (violin); Concerto no. 2 in A flat for piano and orchestra – Allegro moderato, Poco adagio - molto espressivo, and Rondo - moderato innocente, by John Field featuring Clinton Adams (piano).


  • Creation: 1966 Jan 13


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2 Reels : 1/4 in. audio reel ; 10.5 inch

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English


The program for this concert misprint the date as "January 13, 1965," but the concert was held on January 13, 1966.

Processing Information

The digitization of this recording was sponsored by Jean Tai in memory of Renato Bonacini.

Repository Details

Part of the University of Hartford Archives & Special Collections Repository

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