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

Gabler plays Telemann - 1971 Symposium

Friedrich Gabler, principal horn of the Vienna Volksoper, Professor of Horn at the Akademie für Musik in Vienna, and a student of Gottfried Freiberg, plays the first movement of a Telemann concerto. Reorced in concert at the 1971 Symposium.

Reicha Trios!

From 1971: Dale Clevenger, Michael Höltzel and David Krehbiel have some fun with Reicha trios. Be sure to listen all the way through.

Another Duet by John Barrows and Michael Höltzel

Barrow and Höltzel play two Mozart Duets.

John Barrows and Michael Höltzel play Heiden

Another performance fom the 1971 Symposium. John Barows and Michael Höltzel present Bernard Heiden's Five Canons For Two Horns.

Featured Artist Quartet from 1971

Another ensemble for the 1971 Symposium, here are Dale Clevenger, Philip Farkas, Michael Höltzel and David Krehbiel playing Gallay.

David Krehbiel and Dale Clevenger Improvised Duet

From the 1971 "Third Annual French Horn Workshop" here's an improvised duet by David Krehbiel and Dale Clevenger.

Clevenger Plays Mozart - 1971

From the "Third Annual French Horn Workshop" held at Florida State University in 1971. Honorary Member Dale Clevenger performs the first movement of the third Mozart concerto.

David Krehbiel Plays Bellini

From the 1981 IHS Symposium in Potsdam, New York, here's Honorary Member David Krehbiel playing the Bellini trumpet concerto.

Barrows Plays Hindemith

From the 1970 workshop, John Barrows and his wife, Tait Sanford Barrows, perform the first movement of the Sonata by Paul Hindemith.

James Decker conducts

From the 1970 workshop, an ensemble plays the last movement, "Swing a Little" from Alec Wilder's Nonet for Brass, conducted by Honorary Member James Decker.