Interview with Neville Marriner on "Concert stage" radio program,

Title
Interview with Neville Marriner on "Concert stage" radio program, 1977-1978.
Publication
1977-1978.
Supplementary Content
0

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Found In
Margaret Carson audio-visual materials.
Description
2 streaming audio files : digital, stereo.
Uniform Title
Concert stage (Radio program)
Alternative Title
Margaret Carson audio-visual materials.
Genre/Form
  • Concertos.
  • Interviews (Sound recordings)
  • Symphonies.
Note
  • Title created by cataloger; credits from audition; date deduced.
  • Streaming files transferred from original audiocassettes.
Access (note)
  • Access to original items restricted. Patrons can access streaming audio only on site at the NYPL Research Libraries.
Source (note)
  • Margaret Carson,
Linking Entry (note)
  • Forms part of: Margaret Carson audio-visual materials, *L(Special) 92-23.
Call Number
*LTC-A 1542
Title
Interview with Neville Marriner on "Concert stage" radio program, 1977-1978.
Production
1977-1978.
Country of Producing Entity
United States.
Playing Time
003033 002522
Type of Content
spoken word
performed music
Type of Medium
audio
computer
Type of Carrier
online resource
Performer
Neville Marriner, interviewee and conductor ; Tommy Reilly, harmonica ; Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields ; Leonard Marcus, Phyllis Curtin, hosts and interviewers.
Event
Broadcast on the "Concert stage" radio program New York Between 1977-1978.
Summary
Leonard Marcus, magazine editor and co-host of the syndicated radio program "Concert Stage" with soprano Phyllis Curtin, interviews Neville Marriner, a prominent British conductor and founder of Academy of St. Martin in the Fields chamber orchestra, about the early days of the orchestra that gained international and financial success and expanded from a chamber orchestra to a full body symphony orchestra that performs baroque music and beyond. Marriner describes the structure of the orchestra (no contracts, no pensions, high salaries, revenues from recording etc.) and choice of repertoire (explains why they do not play contemporary music which he calls avant-garde noises). Included in the program are the following music works from the recordings of the orchestra: Last mvmt of Brandenburg concerto no. 2 by Bach, Last mvmt of Symphony no. 2 by Beethoven, Spring from Botticelli pictures by Respighi, and Russian Dance by Jacob.
Access
Access to original items restricted. Patrons can access streaming audio only on site at the NYPL Research Libraries.
Linking Entry
Forms part of: Margaret Carson audio-visual materials, *L(Special) 92-23.
Source
Gift; Margaret Carson, 1992.
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Added Author
Marriner, Neville, interviewee.
Marcus, Leonard, interviewer.
Curtin, Phyllis, interviewer.
Reilly, Tommy, performer.
Container of (work): Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750. Brandenburgische Konzerte. Nr. 2, Allegro assai.
Container of (work): Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827. Symphonies, no. 2, op. 36, D major. Allegro molto.
Container of (work): Respighi, Ottorino, 1879-1936. Trittico botticelliano. Primavera.
Container of (expression): Jacob, Gordon, 1895-1984. Pieces in the form of a suite. Russian Dance; arranged.
Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, performer.
Carson, Margaret, 1911-2007, donor.
Added Title
Concert stage (Radio program)
Margaret Carson audio-visual materials.
Found In:
Margaret Carson audio-visual materials.
Research Call Number
*LTC-A 1542
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