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Weimar Season

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An afternoon sequence mainly of traditional values
Pfitzner Von Deutscher Seele (Part 2)
FRITZ WUNDERUCH (tenor) OTTO WIENER (baSS)
BAVARIAN RADIO CHORUS AND SO/
JOSEPH KEILBERTH record
Eisler Suite No 3 (Kuhle Wampe )
BERLIN RSO/HEINZ ROGNER
(East German Radio recording)
Webern Six songs to poems by Trakl, Op 14
PHYLLIS BRYN JULSON (soprano) NONA UDDELL (violin) ANTONY PAY (clarinet)
JULIAN FARRELL (clarinet)
CHRISTOPHER VANKAMPEN (Cello) conducted by DAVID ATHERTON (R) Schoenberg Two Piano Pieces, Op 33
MAURIZIO POLUNI record
Korngold Concerto for piano (left hand) and orchestra GARYGRAFFMAN
BBC PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA leader DENNIS SIMONS conducted by GYORGY LEHEL (R) Strauss Military March (film music: Der Rosenkavalier) ENSEMBLE 13, BADEN-BADEN/ MANFRED REICHERT record
Helen's Awakening
(Die agyptische Helena)
KENNETH JEWELL CHORALE DETROIT SO/ANTAL DORATI record

Contributors

Unknown: Kuhle Wampe
Clarinet: Julian Farrell
Cello: Christopher Vankampen
Conducted By: David Atherton
Unknown: Maurizio Poluni
Leader: Dennis Simons
Conducted By: Gyorgy Lehel
Unknown: Manfred Reichert
Unknown: Kenneth Jewell

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