Content includes lectures and recitals from IHS symposiums and historical recordings.
Farkas Conducts Beethoven
Philip Farkas conducts Beethoven's "The Heavens Are Telling" as arranged by Max Pottag. This is a participant ensemble from the 1974 symposium.
James Winter plays Arnold Cooke
From the 1974 International Symposium in Muncie, IN, here's hornist James Winter, with soprano Carol Nielson and pianist Michel Bourgeot, performing two of Arnold Cooke's Nocturnes, "River Roses" and "The Owl."
CSO Plays a Frippery
From the 1974 Symposium at Ball State University, here's the Chicago Symphony horn section (Dale Clevenger, Thomas Howell, Richard Oldberg and Norman Schweikert) play Lowell Shaw's Frippery No. 20.
Another Seasonal Favorite from 1974
Alan Civils' quartet (Alan Civil, Frøydis Ree Wekre, Dale Clevenger, Barry Tuckwell) perform a summer season favorite, arranged by Alan Civil.
A Quartet Arrangement by Alan Civil
From the Muncie Symposium, 1974, here is an arrangement for horn quartet of an excerpt from Mozart's "The Magic Flute." Performers are Alan Civil, Frøydis Ree Wekre, Dale Clevenger and Barry Tuckwell.
Frøydis Plays Berge
Frøydis Ree Wekre plays Sigurd berge's "Horn-Lokk" at the 1973 Symposium.
Frøydis Plays Arutunian
From the 1973 Pomona Symposium, Frøydis Ree Wekre plays the second movement of the horn concerto by Arutunian.
A Third Reicha Trio
The third anf final Reicha Trio from the 1973 Pomona Symposium, performed by Barry Tuckwell, Frøydis Ree Wekre and Charles Kavalovski.
Another Reicha Trio from 1973
The second of three Reicha Trios performed by Barry Tuckwell, Frøydis Ree Wekre and Charles Kavalovski at the 1973 Pomona Symposium.
A Reicha Trio from 1973
From the 1973 Pomona Symposium, the first of three Reicha Trios, performed by Barry Tuckwell, Frøydis Ree Wekre and Charles Kavalovski.