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A CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT

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WILLIAM PRIMROSE (Violin) FRIDA KINDLER (Pianoforte) HERBERT HEYNER (Baritone)
VIVALDI'S fame rested, in his day (the early eighteenth century), chiefly on his virtuosity.
Later generations esteemed him more as a composer who developed the Concerto form not a little. Ho wrote about eighty Concertos, in all of which the Violin plays a leading part.
BERNARD VAN DIEREN (born in Holland in 1884 of a Dutch father and a French mother) began scientific studies, and then turned to music. Another of his later interests is art; he has written a book on the work of Epstein, the sculptor. He has for nearly twenty years lived in England. His works include a Symphony for solo voices, chorus and orchestra, based on Chinese poems, a light Opera, various works for chamber Orchestra, recitations with String Quartet accompaniment, songs, and chamber music.

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