Death Of The Symphony Orchestra, The

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19701208]In an age of constantly rising prices, the cost of performing big works is becoming prohibitive. And as for today's composers, an increasing number prefer to try and write small-scale works for small-scale forces Will there be anvone to perform Beethoven and Brahms and Mahler in our concert halls 20 years from now? A discussion by GERALD MCDONALD , General Manager of the New Philharmonia Orchestra: NORMAN DEL MAR , conductor; ALEXANDER GOEHR , composer: and HANS KELLER , musician and writer, in charge of orchestral music at the BBC. Chairman JOHN AMIS|Produced by DANIEL SNOWMAN S.58 Weather


Unknown: Gerald McDonald|Conductor: Norman Del Mar|Conductor: Alexander Goehr|Conductor: Hans Keller|Unknown: John Amis|Produced By: Daniel Snowman