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Hanns Eisler and the German Tradition


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Strauss Meinem Kinde ; Blick vom oberen Belvedere
Eisler Septet No 1 ,
Brah?ns Vergebliches Ständchen; In stiller Nacht; Komm bald!
Eisler Der Kirschdieb ; Es geht eine dunkle Wolk ' herein; Printemps allemand Eisler Septet No 2
JILL GOMEZ (soprano)
William Bennett flute) Thea King (clarinet)
Roger Birnstingl (bassoon) John Tunnell (violin)
José-Luis Garcia (violin) Brian Hawkins (viola) Charles Tunnell (cello)
(Septets broadcast on 18 March 1968)


Unknown: Strauss Meinem Kinde
Unknown: Eisler Der Kirschdieb
Unknown: Eine Dunkle Wolk
Flute: William Bennett
Clarinet: Thea King
Bassoon: Roger Birnstingl
Violin: John Tunnell
Violin: Luis Garcia
Viola: Brian Hawkins
Cello: Charles Tunnell

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Hanns Eisler and the German Tradition

BBC Radio 3, 15 April 1970 12.00

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