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The great collaborators ; Klemperer on music.

Author: Graham Webster
Publisher: Brisbane, Qld. : 4MBS Classic FM, ©2005.
Series: Graham Webster's world of music, WOM85.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio
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Program 1: Great Collaborators. A feature on famous teams in music, usually opera composer and librettist, or in the case of the blind Delius and Fenby: composer and amanuensis. We consider Britten and Pears, a composer writing for a particular singer; and Diaghilev, Stravinsky, Fokine and Leon Bakst, a ballet group working as one.
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Named Person: Frederick Delius; Eric Fenby; Benjamin Britten; Peter Pears, Sir; Otto Klemperer
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Graham Webster
OCLC Number: 271647902
Notes: " Graham Webster wrote and presented "The World of Music" programs on radio 4MBS Classic FM, Brisbane, over a 10 year period. Many of the programs were prepared using the resources of the music collection at the State Library of Queensland". --from sleeve notes.
Description: 1 compact disc : stereo, digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Series Title: Graham Webster's world of music, WOM85.
Other Titles: Klemperer on music

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Program 1: Great Collaborators. A feature on famous teams in music, usually opera composer and librettist, or in the case of the blind Delius and Fenby: composer and amanuensis. We consider Britten and Pears, a composer writing for a particular singer; and Diaghilev, Stravinsky, Fokine and Leon Bakst, a ballet group working as one.

Program 2: Klemperer on Music. The great conductor, Otoo Klemperer speaks about various aspects of the music he brought to concert audiences and opera house patrons, and the deep joy he found in conducting Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Mahler and Tchaikovsky.

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