Sunday Gramophone with a performance of the seldom heard String Trio of Jean Cras, featuring the legendary Pasquier Trio consisting of the Pasquier brothers, Jean, Pierre and Etienne. Recorded for Radio France circa 1953.
Sunday Gramophone with the 1947 recording of Phil Moore's Concerto For Piano and Orchestra, recorded in 1947.
Sunday Gramophone with The French Radio Symphony of Strasbourg in a live recording made at the Strasbourg Music Festival of Albert Roussel's Rhapsodie Flamande, conducted by Louis Martin.
Sunday Gramophone with the music of Maurice Thiriet played by the Orchestra of The French Radio conducted by Pierre Michel Le Cont in these 1949 transcriptions from Radio France.
Sunday Gramophone - Legendary Belgian Conductor Andre Cluytens conducts the Paris Conservatory Orchestra in a 1947 recording for French Columbia of George Gershwin's American In Paris.
(Charles Martin Loeffler - Late Romantic era Americana) I think I wrote about this before - the vast amount of virtually unknown music by American (or Americanized) Composers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries - sometimes with works
Sunday Gramophone - Samson Francois With The French National Orchestra Play Challan: Concerto Pastorale - 1950
Sunday Gramophone with The French National Orchestra conducted by Manuel Rosenthal and featuring Samson Francois, Piano in a performance of Concerto Pastorale by Rene Challan, recorded for French Radio in 1950.
Sunday Gramophone - World Premier Of Paul Hindemith: Concerto For Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon And Harp, 1949
Sunday Gramophone with the World Premier performance of the Concerto for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon and Harp by Paul Hindemith with Thor Johnson conducting the CBS Radio Symphony in 1949.
Sunday Gramophone - The Pasquier Trio With Jean-Pierre Rampal And Odette Le Dentu Play Roussel - 1948
Sunday Gramophone featuring the Roussel Quintet Serenade Op. 30 in a recording for the French Radio Transcription service with the Pasquier Trio and Jean-Pierre Rampal, Flute and Odette Le Dentu, Harp.
Sunday Gramophone - The Oslo Philharmonic conducted by Odd Gruner-Hegge plays Pan; Symphonic Poem For Orchestra by David Monrad Johnansen in this 1948 recording for The Society Of Norwegian Composers.