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The 40th Edinburgh International Festival


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A concert recorded last week at the Usher Hall the Chamber Orchestra of Europe leader
MATHIAS LINGENFELDER is conducted by its distinguished Artistic Adviser
Claudio Abbado
In the first half, they are joined by the brilliant Russian-born violinist Viktoria MuUova. Schubert Symphony No 2, in B flat (D 125)
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E minor, Op 64
Mozart Posthorn Serenade No 9, in D (K 320)
Presented by Richard Baker Sound RON ALLAN
Producer MIKE NEWMAN BBC Scotland
(Presented in association with IBM United Kingdom Trust)


Leader: Mathias Lingenfelder
Unknown: Claudio Abbado
Presented By: Richard Baker
Presented By: Sound Ron Allan
Presented By: Lighting John McCaw
Producer: Mike Newman

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The 40th Edinburgh International Festival

BBC Two England, 24 August 1986 20.10

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