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The Bournemouth Municipal Orchestra


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Leader, Bertram Lewis
Conductor, Richard Austin
Solo pianoforte, Dorothea Vincent
from the Pavilion, Bournemouth
(Soloist, Dorothea Vincent)
The A major Piano Concerto, one of the finest of all Mozart's concerted works, dates from March, 1786. In other words, it belongs to the Figaro period. It is one of three concertos composed for Mozart's subscription concerts in the Lent of that year, the other two being the E flat (K.482) and the C minor (K.491).
The numbering of Dvorak's Symphonies is a little misleading. Actually, his first three symphonies were written as early as 1874-75, but two of these were suppressed till after his death, while the third was issued only in a revised form as 'No. 3, Op. 76'. In the meantime Dvorak had produced his so-called First and Second (really fourth and fifth) Symphonies, Op. 63 and 70. The Second Symphony in D minor was composed in 1883-85 for the Royal Philharmonic Society and Dvorak came to London to conduct the first performance in April, 1885. It is a magnificent work, a finer achievement than the far better-known Fourth and Fifth ('New World') Symphonies, though its tragic nature will always stand in the way of its popularity.


Leader: Bertram Lewis
Pianoforte: Dorothea Vincent
Soloist: Dorothea Vincent>

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The Bournemouth Municipal Orchestra

National Programme Daventry, 17 June 1936 15.15

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