Boston Symphony Orchestra; Symphony Hall: An Intimate View with Bill Pierce
Original Record date: 11/21/62 Dubbed: 9/17/92 Features an interview with Erich Leinsdorf, conductor
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- Boston Symphony Orchestra
- Symphony Hall: An Intimate View with Bill Pierce
- Program Description
William Pierce introduces program outside of Symphony Hall; walks inside and interviews Boston Symphony Orchestra Music Director Erich Leinsdorf in his office. Later Leinsdorf moves to the stage and with the Orchestra rehearses Alvin Etler: Concerto for Wind Quintet and Orchestra. Directed by Fred Barzyk; produced by Jordan Whitelaw; black and white, originally recorded 11/21/1962.
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- MLA: “Boston Symphony Orchestra; Symphony Hall: An Intimate View with Bill Pierce.” 11/21/1962. WGBH Media Library & Archives. Web. January 23, 2020. <http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_0A8D37706F3F4A11B4FCC486ECC636EC>.
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