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

Hummel Motet x 400+

From the final concert of the 1972 symposium, the horn choir of all participants plays a Hummel "Motette." According to the liner notes, this is "undoubtedly, the largest group of horns ever assembled - over 400 performers!"

Höltzel plays Haydn

Michael Höltzel is joined by violinist Zoltan Szabo, cellist Dana Rusinak and harpsichordist Wallace Hornibrook in a performance of Haydn's Divertimento a Tre.

A Civil (Mr. and Mrs.) duet

Alan Civil and Shirley Hopkins Civil play a duet by Alan at the 1972 symposium.

Alan Civil plays Saint-Saëns

Alan Civil plays Romance, Op. 36 by Camille Saint-Saëns, at the 1972 symposium.

1972 Symposium participant ensemble plays Beethoven

A performance of the slow movement from Beethoven's Pathetique sonata by a participant ensemble of the 1972 symposium, conducted by Robert Marsh.

Ib Lanzky-Otto Plays Atterberg

From the 1972 symposium at Indiana University, Ib Lanzky-Otto play the first movement of the concerto by Kurt Atterberg, plus a short encore by Friedrich Bernhard.

David Krehbiel plays Loeillet

Another performance by David Krehbiel at the 1971 Symposium, here's an Allemande and Gigue from a recorder sonata by Loeillet.

David Krehbiel plays En Foret

IHS Honorary Member David Krehbiel plays Bozza's En Forêt at the 1971 Symposium.

Barrows plays Mozart 4

John Barrows plays the second movement of Mozart's K.495 concerto.

Festmusik for 8 horns

Michael Höltzel conducts a 1971 symposium participant ensemble in Rudolf Mayer's "Festmusik" for 8 Horns.

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