Content includes lectures and recitals from IHS symposiums and historical recordings.

Max Pottag at the First Annual French Horn Workshop

This week's podcast begins a series of five recordings from early horn workshops. This performance of "In the Country" arranged and conducted by Max Pottag with a the particiapnt horn choir was recorded at the "First Annual French Horn Workshop" held at Florida State University in 1969.

It should be noted that the label of the souvenir LP from which these recordings were made includes a note that "Acoustical distortions product of original tape."

Frank Lloyd plays Rossini

Honorary Member Frank Lloyd plays Rossini's Prelude, Theme & Variations at the 1981 Potsdam symposium.

Egmont Overture, Philip Farkas conducting

A large participant ensemble from the 1981 Potsdam symposium plays Alan Civil's arrangement of "Egmont" under the direction of Philip Farkas.

Ifor James plays "Czardas"

Honorary Member Ifor James plays his arrangement of Monti's Czardas at the 1981 Symposium in Potsdam, NY.

Scully Lecture, part 7

Part seven of Bernhard Scully's lecture from the Denver symposium. In this segment, he talks about studying music history and composition.

Scully Lecture, part 6

Part six of Bernhard Scully's lecture form the Denver Symposium. this installment: "Improvisation"

Scully Lecture, part 5

Part five of Bernhard Scully's lecture from the Denver Symposium. This installment: "Buzzing"

Scully Lecture, part 4

The fourth installation in a series from Bernhard Scully's lecture at the Denver Symposium. This segment is "Sight Singing/Ear Training: Your Best Friend"

Scully Lecture, part 3

Part three of Bernhard Scully's lecture from Denver. This section is "Why Do We Study Music Theory?"

Scully Lecture, part 2

Part two of Bernhard Scully's Lecture from the Denver Symposium. this section is entitled "Developing a Personal Concept Through Active Listening"

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