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Box 50

 Container

Contains 3 Results:

Records 325-416, 1946 - 1964

 File — Box: 50
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: Transcription discs of local radio broadcasts, 1946-1964, primarily of contemporary classical music performances and including some broadcasts of premieres (world premieres, first radio broadcasts, and first Washington performances), recorded by Rothschild, and some live recordings from Chamber Music Society of Baltimore concerts. Radio stations recorded include WBAL, WJZ, WCAO, WFBR, WITH, and WRC.The collection also includes several popular and jazz recordings, commercial...
Dates: 1946 - 1964

Baltimore Institute of Musical Arts (Schuman, part 1), 1949 April 6

 Item — Box: 50, item: RSR-401-D
Scope and Contents

Recording of the Baltimore Institute of Musical Arts Orchestra, conducted by Hugo Weisgall, performing movements 1 and 2 of William Schuman's Symphony for Strings. Recorded from a WMAR radio broadcast.

This recording is believed to be the only extant recording of the BIMA.

Dates: 1949 April 6

Baltimore Institute of Musical Arts (Schuman, part 2); Amalie Rothschild interview, 1949 April 6 and 1949 May 16

 Item — Box: 50, item: RSR-402-D
Scope and Contents

Recording of the Baltimore Institute of Musical Arts Orchestra, conducted by Hugo Weisgall, performing movement 3 of William Schuman's Symphony for Strings, recorded from a WMAR radio broadcast.

Recording of an interview with artist Amalie Rothschild for the radio program Every Woman's Hour on WFBR.

Dates: 1949 April 6 and 1949 May 16