You might send this list to the New York Philharmonic Archives, att. Barbara
Haws. I recognize some concerts in here that were not broadcast locally,
much less nationally. You may have the only copies.
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From: "Thom Pease" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Sunday, February 04, 2007 4:05 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Stadium Symphony Orchestra concerts
> Regarding the Lewisohn concerts:
> There are about 18 Stadium Symphony Orchestra concerts
> in the Voice of America Music Library Collection at
> the Library of Congress, which I just cataloged last
> week. They were recorded and broadcast on WNYC. They
> range from the summers of 1957-1960. Do a title
> search under "Lewisohn Stadium concert" in the LOC
> catalog (catalog.loc.gov) to find them.
> Here are some highlights:
> Performances by conductors Josef Krips, Alfred
> Wallenstein, Alexander Smallens, Max Rudolf, Julius
> Rudel, Leonard Bernstein, Carlos Chavez, Pierre
> Monteux, Alfredo Antonini, and Thomas Scherman.
> Leonard Bernstein, John Corigliano, Sr., and Laszlo
> Varga appeared in Beethoven's Triple Concerto.
> Piero Weiss playing Mendelssohn's first Piano
> Concerto; Michael Rosenker, playing Mendelssohn's
> Violin Concerto in e minor.
> Licia Albanese and Richard Tucker performing an
> all-Puccini program.
> A couple of performances by pianist Henri Deering,
> including Schumann's Piano Concerto in A minor.
> Claudio Arrau playing the Brahms first piano concerto.
> Caveat: There is a some airplane noise on some of
> these performances.
> Thomas Pease
> Project Cataloger, Voice of America Music Library
> Library of Congress
> Motion Picture, Broadcasting & Recorded Sound Div.
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