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Leon Botstein conducting the Wrocław Philharmonic in Witold Lutosławski’s “Paroles tissées” (Polish television, 2004)


Leon Botstein on “The Best Classical Music You’re Not Listening To” (WNYC Radio, 2010)


“For Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Holocaust Victim’s Concerto Takes Center Stage”
(Botstein conducting and speaking on Israeli television, 2009)



London Symphony Orchestra, Leon Botstein, conductor. CD-80642 Telarc, 2004.

Gavriil Popov,
Symphony No. 1, Op. 7 (1934)


From the first movement: Allegro energico.


From the second movement: Largo con moto e molto cantabile


Dmitrii Shostakovich,
Theme & Variations for Orchestra in B-flat major, Op. 3 (1922)


From the Coda: Presto



London Philharmonic Orchestra, Leon Botstein, conductor. CD-80509 Telarc, 1998.

Anton Bruckner,
Symphony No. 5 in B-flat Major: Schalk Edition (1894)


From the first movement: Adagio.



Selections by Zachary M. Baker, Reinhard Family Curator of Judaica and Hebraica Collections
& Assistant University Librarian for Collection Development - Humanities & Social Sciences,
and Jerry McBride, Music Librarian
Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources
©2011.


 

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