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Claudio Arrau

Piano
1903 - 1991

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A Bibliography


This Bibliography contains details of as many relevant printed publications as collected,
Including books, magazine/newspaper articles, and concert programmes.

These Library items are to be auctioned or bequeathed some time before 2020,
along with all Items entered in the  
Complete Discography  .

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Concert Programmes / Posters / Flyers  
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Concert Programmes /
Prospectuses / Flyers / Catalogues / Prints.
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 Early Years
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Tuesday 8th January
, 1929
Führer durch die Konzertsäle Berlins: vom 17. Dezember 1928 bis 8. Januar 1929.
Guide to Concert Halls in Berlin, from 17 Dec 1928 to 8 Jan 1929.
Beethovensaal. Kothener Straße 32. Berlin.
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.   Chopin. Schumann. Liszt.
Two-sided, three-folded sheet.   16.2 cm x 23.3 cm.
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Thursday 9th January, 1930
Coventgarten, großer Saal. Hamburg.
2. Klavierabend
Pianist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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Beethoven: Rondo G-dur
Brahms: Variationen über ein Thema von Paganini
Chopin: Sonate Nr.3 h-moll
II
Debussy: Reflets dans l'eau.
Debussy: Minstrels.
Debussy: Feux d'artifice.
Balakirev: Islamey (Orientalische Fantasie).
One-sided sheet.   17.0 cm x 25.9 cm.

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March, 1930
Odeon-Electric Katalog, Nachtrag Nr.19. Berlin.
Record: Odeon O-6743, 78 rpm.
Work - Liszt's Die Wasserspiele in der villa d'Este
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Cover page photograph of Claudio Arrau.
Eight-page brochure.   14.2 cm x 21.4 cm.
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Saturday 10th August, 1935
Teatro Colón. Buenos Aires, 1935 Season.
Extraordinary Evening Function.
Début Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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Bach: Del Clavecín Bien Temperado:
> Preludio y fuga en do sostenido mayor
> Preludio y fuga en do sostenido menor
> Preludio y fuga en fa mayor
> Preludio y fuga en fa menor
Beethoven: Sonata Op.27 No.2 Claro de luna
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Brahms:  Variaciones y fuga sobre un tema de Haendel
III
Albéniz: Almería
Albéniz:  Navarra
De Falla: Danza del molinero
De Falla:  Danza del terror
Debussy: Soirée dans Grenade
Debussy: Colliwogg's Cake Walk
Programme. Cover photograph. Opinions on Arrau. Ads.
Eight-page booklet.   16.0 cm x 23.2 cm.

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Monday 26th August, 1935
Asociación Wagneriana de Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Teatro Nacional de Comedia - Cervantes.  Buenos Aires.
Piano recital by CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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Bach: Preludio y Fuga en Fa menor
Bach: Preludio y Fuga en Fa sostenido mayor
Bach: Preludio y Fuga en Fa sostenido menor
Bach: Preludio y Fuga en Do mayor
Beethoven: Sonata en Si bemol mayor Op.81
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Schumann: Novellette en Re mayor
Chopin: Tres estudios
Chopin: Scherzo en Si bemol menor
III
Debussy: Mouvement
Stravinsky: Petrouschka - Danse russe. Chéz Petrouschka. La semaine grasse.
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Monday 15th August, 1938
Salzburger Festspiele - Vierte Festkonzert.  Im Festspielhaus.
Orchester: Die Wiener Philharmoniker
César Franck: Symphonische Variationen für Pianoforte und Orchester
Dirigent: VITTORIO GUI.   Solist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus symphonic renditions of works by N.Porpora, E.Porrino, C.Debussy, J.Brahms.
Programme. Programme notes in German, English and French.
Eight-page brochure.   14.8 cm x 22.5 cm.
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Sunday 27th , Monday 28th & Tuesday 29th November, and
Thursday 1st, Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th December, 1938
International Celebrity Subscription Concerts
Richard Tauber's Tour of the UK,
with Percy Kahn (pianist) and Raya Garbousova (cellist).
Assisted by CLAUDIO ARRAU, who played the solo works below at the following venues:
Liverpool, Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester.
Schumann: Carnival Suite Op.9
Ravel: Jeux d'eau
Debussy: Mouvements. Danse. Feux d'artifice.
Programme. Ads.
20-page booklet.   16.7 cm x 20.9 cm.
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Sunday 27th November, 1938
International Celebrity Sunscription Concerts - 2nd Concert
Paramount Theatre, Manchester.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU. Soloist: Richard Tauber.
Single-sided, long flyer.   12.1 cm x 33.1 cm.
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Sunday 14th December, 1938
International Celebrity Subscription Concerts - 4th Concert
Paramount Theatre, Manchester.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.   Soloist: RICHARD TAUBER.
Single-sided, long flyer.   12.1 cm x 33.1 cm.
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Tuesday 20th June, 1939
'Conciertos Daniel', 1939 Season. Bluthner Pianos.
Teatro Odeón, Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Piano Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
JS Bach:  Concierto al estilo italiano
Beethoven: Sonata No.18 en Mi bemol mayor Op.31 No.3
Brahms:  Variaciones y Fuga sobre un tema de Haendel
Ravel: Jeux d' eau
Debussy: Danse
Debussy: Voiles
Debussy: Feux d' artifice
Two-sided, two-folded sheet.   11.1 cm x 17.6 cm.
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Tuesday 20th June, 1939
'Conciertos Daniel', 1939 Season. Bluthner Pianos.
Teatro Odeón, Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Piano Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
JS Bach:  Concierto al estilo italiano
Beethoven: Sonata No.18 en Mi bemol mayor Op.31 No.3
II
Brahms:  Variaciones y Fuga sobre un tema de Haendel
III
Ravel: Jeux d' eau
Debussy: Danse
Debussy: Voiles
Debussy: Feux d' artifice
One-sided sheet.   15.0 cm x 31.6 cm.
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Tuesday 27th June, 1939
Teatro Odeón.  Buenos Aires.  Argentina. 
'Conciertos Daniel'.  Last Piano Recital.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
JS Bach:  Partita en Do menor
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 en Mi bemol mayor Op.81
II
Mussorgsky:  Cuadros de una Exposición
III
Liszt:   Balada en Si menor (Hero y Leandro)
Debussy:  Reflets dans l' eau
Debussy:   L' isle joyeuse
One-sided sheet.   14.8 cm x 30.5 cm.
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Saturday 21st September, 1940
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Piano Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
JS Bach:  Partita en Do menor
Beethoven: Sonata en Fa menor Op.57 Appassionata
Chopin:  Balada en La bemol mayor
Chopin: Balada en La menor
Chopin: Scherzo en Mi mayor
Ravel: Jeux d' eau
Granados: La maja y el ruiseñor
Liszt: Armonías del atardecer (Estudio transcendental)
Liszt: Vals de Mefisto (La danza de la hostería)
Two-sided, two-folded sheet. 16.2 cm x 23.6 cm.
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Saturday 12th October, 1940
Estudio Auditorio SODRE* - Temporada Oficial de 1940
[Teatro Urquizal], Montevideo, Uruguay.
Beethoven: Piano Concertos No.3 Op.37 and No.4 Op.58
Conductor: EDUARD VAN BEINUM.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Friedrich Witt's Jena Symphony in C major
[wrongly attributed to Beethoven at the time]
*SODRE - Servicio Oficial de Difusión Radiofónica y Espectáculos.
Programme. Programme notes (in Spanish)
Two-sided, folded sheet [4 pages].   15.0 cm x 28.1 cm.
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  1941
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1941
Breve noticia acerca de la temporada
[Brief outline of the 1941 season]
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires
CLAUDIO ARRAU is included in the 'Conciertos y Recitales' section.
Photograph of each soloist and conductor.
64-page booklet.   17.0 cm x 23.3 cm.
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Sunday 23rd March, 1941
Acht Zondagmiddagconcerten, Amsterdam.
Concertgebouw Orchestra
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2
Conductor: EDUARD VAN BEINUM.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Photograph A further seven programmes by different performers.
Series programme flyer.   26.0 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Sunday 20th April, 1941
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
First Extraordinary Recital - 1941 Seasonl

Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata en si bemol mayor Op.31 No.3
Brahms: Variaciones sobre un tema de Paganini Op.35
Schumann: Fantasía en do mayor Op.17
Debussy: Images, Book I
Liszt: Juegos acuáticos en la villa de E
ste
Liszt: Estudio de ejecución transcendental en fa menor
Programme. Brief biographical notes. Photograph. Ads.
Eight-page brochure.   15.7 cm x 23.2 cm.
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Wednesday 23rd April, 1941
Teatro Colón. Buenos Aires.
Third Subscription Event.
Teatro Colón Standing Orchestra
Schumann's Piano Concerto
Conductor: FRITZ BUSCH.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus orchestral works by Weber, Schubert, Wagner, Mendelssohn & Berlioz.
Programme. Brief biographical notes. Photographs. Ads.

Eight-page brochure.   15.6 cm x 23.2 cm.
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Wednesday 30th April, 1941
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
Cuarto Recital del pianista CLAUDIO ARRAU - Música Romántica
Weber: Rondó brillante en mi bemol mayor
Schumann: Sonata para piano Op.11 Florestán y Eusebio
Mendelssohn: Variations serieuses
Mendelssohn: Scherzo a capriccio
Mendelssohn: Rondo capriccioso
Chopin: Fantasía en fa menor
Chpin: Estudio en do sostenido menor
Chopin: Barcarola
Chopin: Scherzo en si menor
Programme. Translated critique from The New York Times. Photograph. Ads
Eight-page brochure.   15.8 cm x 23.5 cm.
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Sunday 4th May, 1941
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
Sixth Extraordinary Recital - 1941 Season
Farewell of soloist CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Haydn: Andante con Variazioni
Brahms: Sonata en fa menor Op.5
Schumann: Carnaval Op.9 (as requested)
Chopin: Impromptu en fa sostenido mayor
Chopin: Balada en sol menor
Debussy: Le vent dans la plaine
Debussy: Voiles
Poulenc: Capricho italiano (de la suite Napoli)
Programme. Brief biographical notes. Photograph. Ads.
Eight-page brochure.   16.0 cm x 23.4 cm.
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Monday 5th May, 1941
Asociación Wagneriana de Buenos Aires
Teatro Nacional de Comedia Cervantes
Recital de piano por CLAUDIO ARRAU
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Bach: Suite francesa en Mi mayor
Beethoven: Sonata quasi una fantasía en Mi bemol mayor Op.27 No.1
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Liszt: Sonata en Si menor (dedicada a Schumann)
III
Granados: La maja y el ruiseñor
Albéniz: Curpus Christi
Debussy: Soirée dans Grenade
Debussy: Minstrels
Two-sided, two-folded sheet.   16.1 cm x 23.1 cm.
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Sunday 11th May, 1941
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
Eighth Extraordinary Recital - 1941 Season
Second and last farewell of pianist CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Sonata en la menor
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 en fa menor Op.57
Musorgsky: Cuadros de una exposición (as requested)
Chopin: Scherzo en mi mayor
Debussy: La catedral sumergida
Debussy: Las colinas de Anacapri
Liszt: Valse de Mefisto (Danza de la taberna)
Programme. Brief biographical notes. Photograph. Ads.
Eight-page brochure.   15.8 cm x 23.3 cm.
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  1942
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Monday 26th and Tuesday 27th January, 1942
Sixty-Firast Season 1941-1942
Boston Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Hall. Boston.
Beethoven: Concerto for Pianoforte No.4 in G major Op.58
Conductor: RICHARD BURGIN.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Vivaldi's Concerto for Violin and String Orchestra in A minor, arranged by
Tividar Nachez (solo part played by multiple violins);
Dvorák's Symphony No.5 in E minor 'From the New World' Op.95.
Programme. Programme notes. Ads. Forthcoming performances.
36-page booklet. 14.4 cm x 22.1 cm.
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1942
Promotional print ad of CLAUDIO ARRAU
by Victor Records, Baldwin Pianos, and
The National Concerts and Artists Corporation, New York.
[Soprano Licia Albanese on the other side of print]
35.6 cm x 26.7 cm.
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Sunday 12th April, 1942
1942 Autum Season. First Subscription Concert.
Standing Orchestra. Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
César Franck: Variaciones sinfónicas para piano y orquesta
Franz Liszt: Concierto en la mayor para piano y orquesta
Conductor: ALBERTO WOLF.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Berlioz's Obertura de 'Benvenuto Cellini' & Shostakovitz's Sinfonía No.1
Programme. Photographs. Brief biographical notes. Ads. Members of Standing Orchestra.
10-page brochure.   16.3 cm x 23.2 cm.
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Sunday 19th April, 1942
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
From Beethoven Complete Piano Sonata Cycle
First Subscription Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.1 en fa menor Op.2 No.1
Sonata No.2 en la mayor Op.2 No.2
Sonata No.3 en do mayor Op.2 No.3
Sonata No.25 en sol mayor Op.79
Sonata No.26 en mi bemol mayor Op.81a Los adioses (Sonata característica)
Programme. Brief biographical notes. Photograph. Ads.
10-page brochure.   16.1 cm x 23.2 cm.
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Wednesday 22nd April, 1942
Teatro Solís, Montevideo, Uruguay.
From Beethoven Complete Piano Sonata Cycle
First Recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.1 en fa menor Op.2 No.1
Sonata No.2 en la mayor Op.2 No.2
Sonata No.3 en do mayor Op.2 No.3
Sonata No.25 en sol mayor Op.79
Sonata No.26 en mi bemol mayor Op.81a Los adioses
Printed programme of the First Recital, with outline of the Second Recital in the cycle.
One-sided, long sheet.  14.1 cm x 49.7 cm.
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Saturday 25th April, 1942
1942 Autum Season. First Extraordinary Concert.
Standing Orchestra. Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
Beethoven: Concierto No.5 en mi bemol Op.73 para piano y orquesta
Conductor: JUAN JOSÉ CASTRO.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven - Obertura de 'Coriolano' &
J.J. Castro - Sinfonía Bíblica para coro y orquesta.
Programme. Photographs. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
Members of Standing Orchestra and Standing Chorus.
10-page brochure.   16.2 cm x 22.9 cm.
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Sunday 26th April, 1942
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
From Beethoven Complete Piano Sonata Cycle.
Second Subscription Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.5 en do menor Op.10 No.1
Sonata No.6 en fa mayor Op.10 No.2
Sonata No.7 en re mayor Op.10 No.3
Sonata No.24 en fa sostenido mayor Op78
Sonata No.22 en fa mayor Op.54
Sonata No.23 en fa menor Op.57 Appassionata
Programme. Brief biographical notes. Photograph. Ads.
10-page brochure.   16.1 cm x 23.2 cm.
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Wednesday 29 April, 1942
Teatro Solís, Montevideo, Uruguay.
From Beethoven Complete Piano Sonata Cycle
Second Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.5 en do menor Op.10 No.1
Sonata No.6 en fa mayor Op.10 No.2
Sonata No.7 en re mayor Op.10 No.3
Sonata No.24 en fa sostenido mayor Op.78
Sonata No.22 en fa mayor Op.54
Sonata No.23 en fa menor Op.57 Appassionata
Printed programme of the Second Recital, with outline of the Third Recital in the cycle.
One-sided, long Sheet.   16.0 cm x 52.8 cm.
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Saturday 2nd May, 1942
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
From Beethoven Complete Piano Sonata Cycle
Third Subscription Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.4 en mi bemol mayor Op.7
Sonata No.9 en mi mayor Op.14 No.1
Sonata No.10 en sol mayor Op.14 No.2
Sonata No.15 en re mayor Op.29 Pastoral
Sonata No.13 en mi bemol mayor Op.27 No.1 Quasi una fantasia
Sonata No.14 en do sostenido menor Op.27 No.2 Quasi una fantasia Claro de luna
Programme. Brief biographical notes. Photograph. Ads.
Eight-page brochure.   15.9 cm x 23.3 cm.
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Wednesday 6th May, 1942
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
From Beethoven Complete Piano Sonata Cycle:
Fourth Subscription Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata fácil No.19 en sol menor Op.49 No.1
Sonata fácil No.20 en sol mayor Op.49 No.2.
Sonata No.16 en sol mayor Op.31 No.1
Sonata No.17 en re menor Op.31 No.2
Sonata No.18 en mi bemol mayor Op.31 No.3
Sonata No.21 en do mayor Op.53 La aurora
Programme. Brief biographical notes. Photograph. Ads.
Eight-page brochure.   16.0 cm x 23.00 cm.
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Friday 8th May, 1942
Teatro Solís, Montevideo, Uruguay.
From Beethoven Complete Piano Sonata Cycle
Third Recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.4 en mi bemol mayor Op.7
Sonata No.9 en mi mayor Op.14 No.1
Sonata No.10 en sol mayor Op.14 No.2
Sonata No.15 en re mayor Op.28
Sonata No.13 en mi bemol mayor Op.27 No.1
Sonata No.14 en do sostenido menor Op.27 No.2 Claro de luna
Printed programme of the Third Recital, with outline of the Fourth Recital in the cycle.
One-sided, long sheet.   16.0 cm x 52.8 cm.
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Sunday 10th May, 1942
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
From Beethoven Complete Piano Sonata Cycle
Fifth Subscription Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.8 en do menor Op.13
Sonata No.11 en si bemol mayor Op.22
Sonata No.29 en si bemol mayor Op.106 Hammerklavier
Programme. Brief biographical notes. Photograph. Aids.
Eight-page brochure.   16.0 cm x 23.0 cm.
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Friday 15th May, 1942
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires
From Beethoven Complete Piano Sonata Cycle
Sixth Subscription Recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.12 en la bemol mayor Op.26 Marcha fúnebre
Sonata No.27 en mi menor Op.90
(misprint on programme)
Sonata No.28 en la mayor Op.101
Sonata No.30 en mi mayor Op.109
Sonata No.31 en la bemol Op.110
Sonata No.32 en do menor Op.111
Programme. Brief biographical notes. Photograph. Ads.
Eight-page brochure.   15.9 cm x 23.1 cm.
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Monday 1st June, 1942
Teatro Nacional de la Comedia - Cervantes. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Asociación Wagneriana de Buenos Aires
Piano Recital by CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Mozart: Fantasía KV.475
Mozart: Sonata en Do menor KV.457
II
Schumann: Humoresque [deleted]
Liszt: Balada en Si menor
Liszt: Estudio transcendental en La menor
III
Debussy: Homenaje a Rameau
Debussy: Mouvement
Debussy: Jardines bajo la lluvia
Debussy: Golliwog's Cakewalk
Bartók: Allegro bárbaro
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Monday 8th June, 1942
Teatro Solís, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Temporada Oficial de Conciertos de 1942
Farewell Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Fantasía K.475
Mozart: Piano sonata en do menor K.457
Schumann: Humoresque Op.20
Liszt: Balada en si menor
Liszt: Estudio de ejecución transcendental en fa menor
Debussy: Homenaje a Rameau
Debussy: Movimiento
Debussy: Jardines bajo la lluvia
Debussy: Golliwoggs Cake Walk
Bartók: Alegro bárbaro
Printed programme
One-sided, long sheet.   16.0 cm x 47.7 cm.
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Sunday 30th August, [1942]
Teatro Nacional, Lima, Perú.
Farewell Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Sonata in G major
Beethoven: Sonata in E flat major Op.81a Les adieux
Intermission
Liszt: Ballade in B minor
Chopin: Ballade in F minor
Chopin: Scherzo in E major
Intermission
Ravel: Ondine
Ravel: Hommage à Rameau
Debussy: Mouvement
Debussy: La puerta del vino
Debussy: L'isle joyeuse
Printed programme. Press critiques.
Two-folded sheet.   14.1 cm x 21.3 cm.
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1943
Promotional print ad of CLAUDIO ARRAU
by Victor Records, Baldwin Pianos, and
The National Concerts and Artists Corporation, New York.
[Pianist Sari Biro on the other side of the print]
From 'Musical America' of 10th February 1943, page 146.
33.6 cm x 24.9 cm.
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Friday 29th January, 1943
Cyrus Northrop Memorial Auditorium, University of Minnesota.
Fortieth Season 1942-1943. Thirteenth Subscription Concert.
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.4 in G major Op.58
Conductor: DIMITRI MITROPOULOS.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
[Plus Cherubini's Overture to Les Abencérages, Mendelssohn's Symphony No.4 Italian,
and Roy Harris's Folk Rhythms of Today]
Programme. Programme notes by Donald Ferguson. Ads. Forthcoming programmes.
Members of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. University of Minnesota notes.
24-page booklet.   15.0 cm x 21.8 cm.
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Thursday 18th February, 1943
The Mansfield Civic Music Association, Ohio.
CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Recital for members only.
John Simpson Junior High Auditorium
Flyer.   15.4 cm x 22.9 cm.
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[1943]
The Civic Music Association, New York & Chicago.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Haydn: Andante con Variazioni
Brahms: Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Händel Op.24
Chopin: Ballade in A flat major
Chopin: Scherzo in E major
Liszt: Jeux d'eau à la villa d'Este
Liszt: Étude in F minor
Granados: La maja y el ruiseñor
Ravel: Jeux d'eau
Debussy: Feux d'artifice
Tour programme. Programme notes.
Four-page, folded sheet.   13.9 cm x 20.2 cm.
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Tuesday 27th July, 1943
The Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles.
22nd Season 1943. 'Symphonies Under the Stars'. Fourth Week.
Philharmonic Orchestra of Los Angeles
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor
Conductor: VLADIMIR BAKALEINIKOFF.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Leonore Overture No.3 & Tschaikowsky's Italian Caprice.
Also, four pieces for piano solo:
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Villa-Lobos: Choros No.5 Alma brasileira
Villa-Lobos: Ciranda No.6 Passa, passa, gavião
Villa-Lobos: Ciranda No.11 N'estra rua n'estra rua
Juan José Castro: Toccata
Hollywood Bowl magazine. Fourth Week: July 27 to August 1st.
Programmes. Programme notes by Bruno David Ussher.
Programme and programme notes for the rest of the week. Ads.
60-page magazine.   16.2 cm x 24.3 cm.
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Sunday 5th September, 1943
The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York. First Summer Season 1943.
Carnegie Hall, New York.  486th Broadcast.
The Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra.
Liszt: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.2 in A major.
Conductor; DIMITRI  MITROPOULOS.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus:Milhaud's Suite Provençale & Moussorgsky-Ravel's Pictures at an Exhibition.
Programme. Programme notes. Programme for next Sunday.
Two-folded sheet.   15.3 cm x 22.9 cm.
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Tuesday 9th November, 1943
Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, New York.
Piano Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Rondo in A minor
Beethoven: Eroica Variations and Fugue Op.35
Chopin: Ballade in F minor
Chopin: Scherzo in E major
Liszt: Jeux d'eau à la villa d'Este
Liszt: Mephisto Waltz
Debussy: Pagodes. La soirée dans Grenade. Jardins sous la pluie. (From Estampes)
Albéniz: El puerto. Fête-Dieu à Seville. (From Iberia]
Granados: El pelele.
Cover photo. Programme notes. Ads.
24-page booklet.   21.7 cm x 14.1 cm.
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  1944
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30th March - 9th April, 1944
Season 1943-1944
Devonport, Iowa, USA
Tri-City Symphony with pianist CLAUDIO ARRAU
Two-sided flyer.  15.3 cm x 23.0 cm.
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Thursday 18th May, 1944
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
1944 Official Season.
The Season's First Recital by pianist CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Rondó en la menor.
Beethoven: 15 Variaciones con fuga Op.35 Heroica
Chopin: Balada en fa menor
Liszt: Juegos acuáticos en la villa de Este
Liszt: Vals de Mefisto (Danza de la taberna)
Debussy: Estampas (completas)
Ravel: Juegos acuáticos
Granados: La maja y el ruiseñor (de Goyescas)
Granados: El pelele
Programme. Two photographs. Announcement of Arrau's second recital. Ads.
12-page brochure.   16.2 cm x 23.1 cm.
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Sunday 21st May, 1944
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
1944 Official Season
The Season's Second Recital by pianist CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Variaciones en fa menor Op.34
Schumann: Sonata en fa sostenido menor Op.11
Chopin: Balada en sol menor
Chopin: Fantasía en fa menor Op.49
Chopin: Tres estudios
Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit
Debussy: Danza
Balakirev: Islamey, fantasía oriental
Programme. Two photographs. Announcement of Arrau's third recital. Ads.
14-page brochure.  16.1 cm x 23.1 cm.
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Friday 26th May, 1944
Teatro 18 de Julio, Montevideo, Uruguay.
Temporada de Grandes Conciertos
The Season's First Recital by pianist CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Rondó en la menor
Beethoven: 15 Variaciones con fuga Op.35
Chopin: Balada en fa menor
Liszt: Juegos acuáticos en la villa de Este
Liszt: Valse de Mefisto
Debussy: Pagoda. Noche en Granada. Jardines bajo la lluvia. (De Estampas).
Ravel: Juegos acuáticos
Granados: La maja y el ruiseñor. El pelele.
Programme. Announcement of second recital.
One-sided sheet.   15.9 cm x 42.5 cm.
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Saturday 27th May, 1944
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
1944 Official Season
The Season's Third Recital by pianist CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Bach: Suite francesa en mi mayor
Mozart: Sonata en re mayor
Schumann: Carnaval Op.9
Albéniz: Suite Iberia, Book I (Evocación. Puerto. Corpus)
Chopin: Scherzo en mi mayor
Programme. Two Photographs. Brief biographical notes.
Announcement of Arrau's fourth recital. Ads.
18-page brochure (-2).   16.2 cm x 23.3 cm.
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Saturday 3rd June, 1944
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
1944 Official Season.
The Season's Fifth Recital by pianist CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Bach: Suite inglesa en la menor
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 en mi bemol mayor
Schumann: Estudios sinfónicos op.13
Liszt: Balada en si menor
Chopin: Balada en la bemol
Poulenc: Capricho italiano (de la Suite Napoli)
Programme. Two Photographs. Announcement of Arrau's sixth recital. Ads.
14-page brochure.   16.3 cm x 23.0 cm.
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Thursday 8th June, 1944
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
1944 Official Season
The Season's Sixth Recital by pianist CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Rondó en re mayor KV485
Weber: Sonata en do mayor Op.24
Chopin: Scherzo en si bemol menor
Chopin: Barcarola
Schubert: Fantasía Op.15 El peregrino
Liszt: Valle de Obermann
Liszt: A orillas de un manantial
Liszt: Estudio en fa menor
Programme. Two photographs. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
14-page brochure.   15.9 cm x 22.8 cm.
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Saturday 10th June, 1944
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
1944 Official Season
Extraordinary recital by pianist CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Haydn: Andante con variaciones en fa menor
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 en fa menor Op.57 Appassionata
Chopin: Sonata en si menor Op.58
Albéniz: El Albaicín
Liszt: Soneto 123 del Petrarca
Liszt: Armonías del atardecer
Debussy: La isla alegre
Programme. Two Photographs. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
14-page brochure.  16.1 cm x 23.4 cm.
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Saturday 17th June, 1944
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires.
1944 Official Season
Farewell, extraordinary recital by pianist CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Sonata en sol mayor
Beethoven: Sonata No.14 en do sostenido menor Op.27 No.2 Claro de luna
Mussorgsky: Cuadros de una exposición
Debussy: Dos preludios
Albéniz: Almería
Tschaikowsky: Dumka
Liszt: Soneto 104 del Petrarca
Chopin: Scherzo en si menor
Programme. Two photographs. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
14-page brochure.   15.8 cm x 23.4 cm.
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Monday 3rd July, 1944
Asociación Wagnerina de Buenos Aires. Teatro Presidente Alvear.
Recital Extraordinario de Piano por CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven:  Rondó
Beethoven: Sonata Op.111 en Do menor
Schumann: Humoresque
Debussy: Tres Preludios -
Voiles. Les parfums et les sons tournent dans l'air du soir. Ce que a vu le vent de l'ouest.
Domingo Santa Cruz: Danza (Viñeta No.4)
Villalobos: Choro No.5 (Alma brasileña)
Chopin: Scherzo en Do sostenido menor
Two-sided, two-folded sheet.  15.6 cm x 22.4 cm.
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Monday 30th October, 1944
Blair Junior High School Auditorium, Norfolk, Virginia, USA.
William & Mary Concert Series 1944-45
Recital by pianist CLAUDIO ARRAU
I
Haydn: Andante con variazioni
Brahms: Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Handel Op.24
II
Chopin: Ballade in A flat major
Chopin: Scherzo in E major
Liszt: Jeux d'eau à la villa d'Este
Liszt: Étude in F minor
Intermission
III
Granados: La maja y el ruiseñor
Ravel: Jeux d'eau
Debussy: Feux d'artifice
Programme. Programme notes. William & Mary Concert Series staff.
Ads, including a 'Buy War Bonds' insertion by Coca Cola.
20-page brochure.   15.6 cm x 24.0 cm.
> Item autographed by Claudio Arrau <

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  1945
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February 1945
Promotional print of Claudio Arrau
by Victor Records, Baldwin Pianos, and
The National Concerts and Artists Corporation, New York.
['Musical America', February 1945, page 157].   33.5 cm x 23.8 cm.
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Thursday 14th June, 1945
Teatro Municipal. Temporada Oficial 1945. Rio de Janeiro.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Bach: Fantasia e fuga cromática
Beethoven: Sonata em fa menor Op.57
Schumann: Carnaval Op.9
Villa-Lobos: Choros No.5
Debussy: Feux d'artifice
Ravel: Ondine
Ravel: Alborada del gracioso
Programme. Ads. Photographs. (Texts in Portuguese).
12-page brochure.   16.3 cm x 23.7 cm.
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Friday 21st, Tuesday 25th, Friday 28th September and Friday 5th October, 1945
Palacio de Bellas Artes, México DF
Orquesta Filarmónica de México
Beethoven's Piano Concertos Nos. 1 and 4, 2 and 3, & 5 and Choral Fantasy, respectively.
Conductor: JASCHA HORENSTEIN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Programme. Programme notes. Photographs. Biographical notes. Ads.
(Text in Spanish)
20-page booklet.   33.0 cm x 23.0 cm.
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Sunday 11th November, 1945
Carnegie Hall, 1945-46 Season.
The Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York.
Beethoven's Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.1 in C major Op.15
Conductor: GEORGE SZELL. Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
[Plus Beethoven's Overture to Prometheus Op.43 and Symphony No.8 Op.93]
Programme. Ads. Photographs. Forthcoming performances.
16-page brochure.   19.6 cm x 26.0 cm.
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1945/46
'The Story of ARRAU'
by The National Concerts and Artists Corporation, New York,
Victor Records, and Baldwin Pianos.
Promotional, 12-page brochure.   15.0 cm x 20.0 cm.
[Back page damaged, but legible]
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Tuesday 29th January, 1946
Los Angeles Philharmonic Auditorium, California.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Bach: Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue
Beethoven: Sonata in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Schumann: Carnaval Op.9
Ravel: Ondine
Debussy: Feux d'artifice
Granados: The Maiden and the Nightingale (from Goyescas)
Poulenc: Caprice Italien (from Suite Napoli)
Arrau's photograph on cover and on page 15. Programme on page 33.
Notes on Arrau and artists of the season. Period advertisements
52-page booklet.    24.8 cm x 16.5 cm.
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February 1946
Promotional print of CLAUDIO ARRAU
by Victor Records, Baldwin Pianos, and
The National Concerts and Artists Corporation, New York.
[February 1946, 'Musical America', page 169].   35.8 cm x 24.0 cm.
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Tuesday 12th March, 1946
The Kleinhaus Music Hall of Buffalo, New York.
Shared Recital
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Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Bach: Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue
Schumann: Symphonic Studies in the form of variations
Soloists: CLAUDIO ARRAU (piano) and JOSEPH SZIGETI (violin)
Prokofieff: Sonata No.2 in D major Op.94 for violin and piano
[Pianist Leonid Hambro accompanied violinist Mr.Szigeti
in two other works by Beethoven and Chausson]
Programme. Ads.
24-page booklet.  14.0 cm x 21.4 cm.
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Thursday 6th June, 1946
Teatro Colón. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Cuarto Recital de Abono.   Sociedad Musical Daniel.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Mozart: Sonata en Si bemol mayor KV.570
Brahms: Variaciones sobre un tema de Paganini Op.35
II
Chopin: Fantasía Op.49
Chopin: Impromptu en La sostenido mayor Op.36
Chopin: Estudio en Fa mayor Op.10 No.8
Chopin: Nocturno en Mi mayor Op.62 No.2
Chopin: Scherzo en Mi mayor Op.54
III
Stravinsky: Serenata en La (Himno. Romanza. Rondoletto. Cadenza. Finale.)
Ravel: Juegos acuáticos
Poulenc: Suite Napoli (Barcarola. Nocturno. Capricho italiano.)
Two-sided flyer.   15.0 cm x 20.9 cm.
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Saturday 8th June, 1946
Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Quinto Recital de Abono.  Municipalidad de Buenos Aires.
Soloist:  CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Mozart: Fantasía en Do menor K.396
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 en Do menor Op.111
II
Mendelssohn: Variations serieuses Op.64
Mendelssohn: Rondó caprichoso
Liszt: Juegos acuáticos en la villa de Este
Liszt: Estudio trasncendental en Fa menor
III
Bartók: Suite Op.14 - Allegretto. Scherzo. Allegro molto. Sostenuto.
Debussy: Seis preludios - Danseuses de Delphes. Ondine. Minstrels.
Danse de Puck. La puerta del vino. Feux d' artifice.
One-sided flyer.   16.1 cm x 32.1 cm.
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Thursday 13th June, 1946
Teatro Colón. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Último Recital de Abono. Municipalidad de Buenos Aires.
Soloist:  CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Bach: Tres preludios y fugas, del Clavecín bien temperado
Beethoven: Sonata Op.10 No.3 en Re mayor
II
Liszt: Vallée d' Obermann
Au bord d' une source
Vals de Mephisto
III
Chabrier: Idilio
Chabrier: Scherzo-Valse
Debussy: Images (1er Cuaderno) - Reflets dans l'eau. Hommage a Rameau. Mouvement.
Debussy: L' isle joyeuse.
One-sided flyer.   15.8 cm x 31.7 cm.
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Sundays 16th, 23rd & 30th June, 1946
Teatro Gran Rex. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Festival Beethoven.
Orquesta de la Asociación Sinfónica de Buenos Aires.
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16th June
Concierto No.1 Op.15 en Do mayor
Concierto No.4 Op.58 en Sol mayor
Conductor: JASCHA HORENSTEIN.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus Obertura de 'Leonora' No.3 Op.72 & Séptima Sinfonía Op.93 en La mayor.
.
23rd June
Concierto No.2 Op.19 en Si bemol
Concierto No.3 Op.37 en Do menor
Conductor: JASCHA HORENSTEIN.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus Sexta Sinfonía en Fa mayor Op.68
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30th June
Concierto No.5 Op.73 en Mi bemol
Conductor: JASCHA HORENSTEIN.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus Obertura de
'Egmont' & Quinta Sinfonía Op.67 en Do menor.
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Programmes. Brief biographical notes. Photographs.
Three-folded two-sided sheet.  16.4 cm x 23.1 cm.
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Monday 1st July, 1946
'Teatro Nacional de Comedia Cervantes'. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
'Asociación Wagneriana de Buenos Aires'. 34th Concert Season.
Extraordinary Piano Recital by CLAUDIO ARRAU:
I
Mozart: Sonata en Do menor K.457
Brahms: Variaciones y Fuga sobre un tema de Haendel Op.24
II
Schubert: Fantasía en Do menor Op.15 El peregrino
III
Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit
Debussy:  Voiles.  Les colines d'Anacapri.  Golliwogg's cakewalk.
Two-sided, two-folded sheet.  15.6 cm x 22.4 cm.
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Sunday 7th July, 1946
Teatro Gran Rex. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
'Conciertos Daniel'
Orquesta de la Asociación Sinfónica de Buenos Aires.
Grieg: Piano Concerto Op.16.
Conductor: JASCHA HORENSTEIN. Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Symphony No.3 and Wagner's Tannhäuser Overture.
One-sided flyer.  14.1 cm x 23.7 cm.
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Tuesday 9th July, 1946
Teatro Gran Rex.  Buenos Aires.  Argentina.
'Sociedad Musical Daniel'
Orquesta de la Asociación Sinfónica de Buenos Aires.
Brahms:  Piano Concerto No.2
Conductor: JASCHA HORENSTEIN.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Schubert's Unfinished Symphony & *Wagner's Prelude and Death of Isolda.
* [Note that other sources show Strauss's Don Juan symphonic poem, instead]
One-sided flyer.   15.2 cm x 23.7 cm.
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Sunday 5th January, 1947
Sunday Orchestral Concerts. Royal Albert Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 in G major
Conductor: Dr. MALCOLM SARGENT.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Also: Smetana's Overture 'The Bartered Bride'. Borodin-Sargent's 'Nocturne' .
Dvorák's Symphony No.4 in G major.
One-page, two sided handbill.   19.0 cm x 21.0 cm.
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Tuesday 7th January, 1947
International Subscription Celebrity Concerts.
Sheffield City Hall, England.
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Bach: Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.23 Op.57 Appassionata
Chopin: Ballade in A flat major
Chopin: Berceuse
Chopin: Scherzo in E major
Chopin: Two études - Op.25 No.5 and Op.10 No.4
Interval
Ravel: Alborada del gracioso
Debussy: Two études - Pour des cinq doights. Pour les octaves.
Albéniz: Navarra (original version)
Granados: El pelele
Programme. Programme notes. Photographs. Forthcoming programmes.
Layout of Arrau's January tour of the UK.
16-page brochure.   13.9 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Tuesday 7th January, 1947
International Subscription Celebrity Concerts.
Sheffield City Hall, England.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Brief biographical notes.
Flyer.   20.3 cm x 12.8 cm.
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Sunday 19 January, 1947
Royal Opera Hause. Coven Garden. London.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Bach: Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue
Mozart: Piano Sonata in B flat major K.570
Brahms: Variations on a Theme by Paganini - Book 2
Schumann: Carnaval Op.9
Debussy: Ondine
Debussy: Two études - Pour des cinq doights. Pour les octaves.
Ravel: Alborada del gracioso
Poulenc: Suite Napoli - Barcarolle. Nocturne. Caprice italien.
Programme. Programme notes by Dyneley Hussey. Brief biographical notes.
Forthcoming artists. Forthcoming programmes.
16-page brochure.   14.0 cm x 21.8 cm.
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Wednesday 22nd January, 1947
Royal Albert Hall, London.
BBC Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Pianoforte Concerto No.5 in E flat Emperor.
Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Programme. Programme notes. Orchestral personnel. Announcements. Ads.
Eight-page brochure. 13.6 cm x 21.0 cm.
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Sunday 2nd November, 1947
Celebrity Series at the Symphony Hall, Boston.
Piano Recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Mozart: Rondo in A minor K.511
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.26 in E flat Op.81a Les adieux
Brahms: Variations on a Theme of Paganini, Book II
II
Mendelssohn: Rondo capriccioso
Schumann: Faschingschwank aus Wien Op.26
Intermission
III
Ravel: Pavane pour une infante défunte
Albéniz: Navarra (original version)
Robert Palmer: Toccata Ostinato (first ever public performance)
Debussy: Two études
Debussy: L'isle joyeuse
Programme. Programme notes. Ads. Photographs.
Eight-page brochure.  15.5 cm x 22.9 cm.
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Thursday 6th November, 1947
Eastman Theatre. University of Rochester. New York.
Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat major Op.83.
Conductor: ERICH LEINSDORF.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
[Plus Moore's Symphony in A Major & Strauss's Don Juan Op.20]
Programme. Programme notes by Charles Warren Fox. Ads.
Brief biographical notes. Forthcoming events
12-page brochure. 13.6 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Monday 10th May, 1948
Teatro Gran Rex, Buenos Aires.
First Subscription Recital
Piano recital: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Bach: Preludio y Fuga en La menor
Beethoven: Sonata en Mi bemol mayor Op.31 No.3
II
Schumann: Arabescos
Mendelssohn: Scherzo caprichoso
Liszt: Juegos acuáticos en la villa de Este
Brahms: Variaciones sobre un tema de Paganini (Libro II)
III
Albéniz: Suite Iberia (Libro I) - Evocación. El puerto. Corpus Christi en Sevilla.
Debussy: Masques
Debussy: Dos Estudios - Para las octavas. Para cinco dedos.
One-sided sheet.   12.7 cm x 20.8 cm.
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Wednesday 12th May, 1948
Teatro Gran Rex, Buenos Aires.
Second Subscription Recital
Piano Recital: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Mozart: Fantasía en Re menor K.397
Schumann: Kreisleriana Op.16
II
Chopin: Balada en Sol menor
Chopin: Nocturno en Si mayor
Chopin: Scherzo en Do sostenido menor
III
Fauré: Nocturo No.6
Debussy: Peces de oro
Ravel: Pavana para una infanta difunta
Ravel: Alborada del gracioso
One-sided sheet.   12.9 cm x 20.8 cm.
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Wednesday 19th May, 1948
Teatro Gran Rex, Buenos Aires.
Third Subscription Recital
Piano Recital: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
> Bach: Preludio y Fuga en La bemol mayor
> Beethoven: Sonata en La bemol mayor Op.110 No.31
> Beethoven: 32 Variations en Do menor
II
Liszt: Tres Estudios Transcendentes -
En Fa menor (allegro agitato). Armonías del anochecer. Caza salvaje.
III
> Ravel: Juegos de agua
> Debussy: Las colinas de Anacapri
> Debussy: Minstrels
> Granados: La maja y el ruiseñor, de 'Goyescas'
> Granados: El pelele, de 'Goyescas'
One-sided sheet.   12.2 cm x 20.7 cm.
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Wednesday 26th May, 1948
Teatro Gran Rex.  Buenos Aires.
Fifth Subscription Recital
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Mozart: Sonata in Mi bemol mayor K.282
Weber: Sonata en Re menor
II
Schubert: Marcha en Mi mayor
Schubert: Impromptu en Fa menor
Chopin: Balada en Fa menor
Chopin: Scherzo en Si menor
III
Albéniz: Suite Iberia (2o. Cuaderno) - Rondeña. Almería. Triana.
Debussy: La puerta del vino
Debussy: Danza
Programme. Ads.
Eight-page brichure. 16.5 cm x 23.7 cm.
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Monday 31st May, 1948
Teatro Gran Rex, Buenos Aires.
Sixth Subscription Recital
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Haydn: Fantasía en do mayor
Schumann: Danzas de la Cofradía de David Op.16
II
Mendelssohn: Rondó caprichoso Op.14
Chopin: Berceuse Op.54
Liszt: Valse de Mefisto
III
Villa-Lobos: Choros No.5
Villa-Lobos: Ciranda No.11
Robert Palmer: Toccata ostinato
Albéniz: El Albaicín
Debussy: Estampes - Pagodas. Noche en Granada. Jardines bajo la lluvia.
Programme. Arrau's photograph. Brief notes on Arrau's artistry. Ads.
Eight-page brochure.   16.4 cm x 23.9 cm.
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Monday 7th June, 1948
Asociación Filarmónica de Buenos Aires. Argentina.
VIII Ciclo de Conciertos.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3
Conductor: JUAN JOSÉ CASTRO. Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Brahms, Sinfonía No.4.  Honegger, Sérénade à Angélique  & Chant de joie.
Programme. Association's notes. JJ Castro's brief biographical notes. Announcement.
Eight-page brochure. 15.8 cm x 22.9 cm.
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Tuesday 12th October, 1948
Wimbledon Concert Club.
Wimbledon Town Hall, North London.
Second Season. First Series. First Concert.
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Bach-Liszt: Organ Prelude and Fugue in A minor
Beethoven: Sonata No.18 in E flat major Op.31 No.3
Schumann: Arabesque in C major
Mendelssohn: Scherzo a Capriccio
Liszt: Les jeux d'eau a la villa d'Este
Brahms: Variations on a Theme by Paganini, Book 2
Debussy: Four Preludes -
Danseuses de Delphes. Les collines d'Anacapri. La catedrale engloutie. Feux d'artifice.
Poulenc: Suite Napoli - Barcarolle. Nocturne. Caprice Italien.
Programme. Programme notes. Ad. Forthcoming programme.
Two-folded sheet.   19.0 cm x 25.4 cm.
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Wednesday 13th October, 1948
Royal Albert Hall, London
The BBC Symphony Orchestra
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1
Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Symphony No.8, Debussy's La mer & Ravel's Alborada del gracioso.
Programme notes. Season programmes.
16-page brochure.   13.6 cm x 20.8 cm.
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Monday 18th October, 1948
Concertgebouw Amsterdam
Stichting Amsterdamsche Kunstkring / Amsterdam Arts Foundation
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Sonate D gr. t. K.V.376
Beethoven: Sonate in Es op.81a Les adieux
Mendelssohn: Rondo capriccioso
Schumann: Arabesque C gr. t. op.18
Liszt: Les jeux d'eau à la villa d'Este
Liszt: Mephisto Waltz
Ravel: Pavane pour une infante défunte
Ravel: Jeux d'eau
Debussy: Préludes - Voiles. La puerta del vino. Feux d'artifice.
Granados: El pelele
Programme. Forthcoming concerts at the Concertgebouw.
One two-folded page.   14.0 cm x 21.7 cm.
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Sunday 5th December, 1948
Royal Albert Hall, London.
The London Symphony Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2
Conductor: JOSEF KRIPS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Notes on Arrau, Krips, the works performed, and forthcoming programmes.
Eight-page brochure.   14.0 cm x 21.5 cm.
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Sunday 5th December, 1948
Royal Albert Hall, London.
The London Symphony Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2
Conductor: JOSEF KRIPS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Overture 'Leonore No.3' & Tchaikovsky's Symphony No.5.
One-page leaflet.   29.3 cm x 22.9 cm.
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Sunday 5th December, 1948
Royal Albert Hall, London.
The London Symphony Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2.
Conductor: JOSEF KRIPS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Overture 'Leonore No.3' & Tchaikovsky's Symphony No.5.
Two-sided flyer.   13.2 cm x 20.9 cm.
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Sunday 3rd April, 1949
Symphony Hall, Boston.
Aaron Richmond's Celebrity Series 1949-50.
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Schubert: Allegretto in C minor
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.21 in C major Op.53 Waldstein
II
Schumann: Carnaval Op.9
Intermission
III
Debussy: Pour le piano - Prélude. Sarabande. Toccata.
Fauré: Impromptu in E flat major Op.25 No.1
Ravel: Jeux d'eau
Bartók: Allegro barbaro
Programme. Programme notes. Photographs. Ads. Celebrity Series 1949-50 Events.
16-page brochure.   15.3 cm x 22.8 cm.
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Tuesday 12th & Monday 18th April, [1949]
Opera House, San Francisco, USA
San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: PIERRE MONTEUX.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Notes on Arrau and photographs.
Two-sided promotional flyer. 17.6 cm x 25.5 cm.
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Sunday 9th October, 1949
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Haydn: Fantasia in C major
Beethoven: Sonata No.21 in C major Op.53 Waldstein
Schumann: Études symphoniques (including five posthumes variations)
Satie: Sports et divertissements
Granados: El fandango de candil (from Goyescas)
Ravel: Oiseaux tristes
Debussy: Pour le piano - Prélude. Sarabande. Toccata.
Programme. Programme notes by Dyneley Hussey. Biographical notes.
Cover photograph. Forthcoming performances. Ads.
12-page brochure.   16.2 cm x 20.3 cm.
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Saturday 3rd December, 1949
Sheffield City Hall, London.
The Hallé Orchestra
Schumann: Piano Concerto
Conductor: Sir JOHN BARBIROLLI.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: symphonic works by Smetana, Debussy and Elgar.
Notes on the works performed and forthcoming programmes.
12-page brochure. 14.0 cm x 21.3 cm.
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One copy autographed by CLAUDIO ARRAU <
> A second copy autographed by Sir JOHN BARBIROLLI <
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Sunday 4th December, 1949
King's Hall, Belle Vue, Manchester, UK.
The Hallé Orchestra
Schumann: Piano Concerto
Conductor: Sir JOHN BARBIROLLI.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Symphonic works by Smetana, Debussy and Elgar.
Notes on the works performed, ads and forthcoming programmes.
12-page brochure.   12.6 cm x 20.1 cm.
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Sunday 11th December, 1949
Royal Albert Hall, London
The London Symphony Orchestra
Liszt: Piano Concerto No.2
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.1
Conductor: GASTON POULET.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Notes on Arrau, Poulet, the works performed, and forthcoming programmes.
12-page brochure.   16.4 cm x 20.6 cm.
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Sunday 11th December, 1949
Royal Albert Hall, London.
Sunday Afternoon Orchestral Concerts.
The London Symphony Orchestra.
Liszt: Piano Concerto No.2
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.1
Conductor: GASTON POULET.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
One-page, two-sided handbill.   20.3 cm x 27.1 cm.
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Wednesday 14th December, 1949
Royal Albert Hall, London.
The BBC Symphony Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2
Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Schumann's Overture Genoveva Op.81 & Vaughan Williams's Symphony No.6.
Analytical programme. Orchestral notes. Royal Philharmonic Sociaty's notes. Ads.
12-page brochure.   13.9 cm x 21.7 cm.
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Friday 16th December, 1949
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
The Scottish Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 Op.83
Conductor: WALTER SUSSKIND.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
The first half of the programme included Mozart's Overture 'Don Giovanni'.
Schubert's Symphony No.6, and Liszt's Symphonic Poem 'Prometheus'.
Programme. Programme notes. Orchestral notes. Forthcoming programmes.
12-page brochure.   13.9 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Saturday 17th December, 1949
St. Andrew's Hall, Glasgow, Scotland.
The Scottish Orchestra
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 Op.83
Conductor: WALTER SUSSKIND.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
The first half of the programme included Mozartz's Overture 'Don Giovanni',
Schubert's Symphony No.6, and Liszt's Symphonic Poem 'Prometheus'.
Programme, programme notes, orchestral notes, ads.
24-page booklet.  13.9 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Saturday 17th December, 1949
The Scottish Orchestra, Glasgow.
1949-50 Season. St. Andrew's Hall. Eleventh Concert.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat major
Conductor: WALTER SUSSKIND.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
The first half of the programme included Mozart's Overture 'Don Giovanni',
Schubert's Symphony No.6, and Liszt's Symphonic Poem 'Prometheus'.
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Sunday 18th December, 1949
The Scottish Orchestra, Glasgow.
1949-50 Season. Green's Playhouse. Eleventh Concert.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat Emperor
Conductor: WALTER SUSSKIND.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart's Overture 'Don Giovanni' & Brahms's Symphony No.4.
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Information on the Choral and Orchestral Union of Glasgow.
Brief biographical notes on some musicians. Ads.
Prospectus for the season:   13.8 cm x 21.5 cm.
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Tuesday 10th January, 1950
Carnegie Hall, New York.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Haydn: Fantasia in C major
Beethoven: Sonata No.21 in C major Op.53 Waldstein
Schumann: Études symphoniques (12 études en forme de variations)
Satie: Sports et divertissements (first New York performance)
Debussy: Feux d'artifice
Ravel: Oiseaux tristes
Liszt: Études d'exécution trascendante Nos. 11 and 10
Programme. Photographs. Ads.
16-page brochure.   26.0 cm x 19.4 cm.
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Monday 20th February, 1950
Palacio de Bellas Artes, [Ciudad de México]
Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional.
Weber: Konzerstück Op.29
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.2 Op.21
Liszt: Piano Concerto No.2
Conductor: JOSÉ YVES LIMANTOUR.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Programme. Photographs. Orchestral notes. Forthcoming events.
Eight-page brochure.   15.6 cm x 22.3 cm.
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March, 1950
'Musical America', New York.
Cover page photograph of CLAUDIO ARRAU.
A 76-word biographic note on Arrau on page 17.
50-page magazine.   25.4 cm x 33.4 cm.
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Thursday 11th May, 1950
Teatro Gran Rex. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
'Conciertos Daniel'. Fourth Subscription Recital.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Debussy: Images, Primer Cuaderno
Debussy: Images, Segundo Cuaderno
II
Brahms: Variaciones y Fuga sobre un tema de [unspecified] *
III
Chopin: Impromptu [unspecified] **
Chopin: Balada en Fa menor Op.52***
Chopin: Scherzo No.3 en Do sostenido menor op.39
Chopin: Scherzo No.4 en Mi mayor Op.54
Programme. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
Eight-page brochure. 15.6 cm x 23.0 com.
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Originally advertised as:
* Liszt's Sonata en Si menor (dedicada a Schumann)
** Chopin's Scherzo No.1
*** Chopin's Scherzo No.2
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Monday 15th May, 1950
Gran Teatro Broadway. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Asociación Wagneriana de Buenos Aires.  38th Concert Season.
Buenos Aires Wagnerian Association Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Concierto No.3 en Do menor Op.37
Chopin: Concierto No.1 en Mi menor Op.11
Schumann: Concierto en La menor Op.54
Conductor: ROBERTO KINSKY.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Two-sided two-folded sheet. 15.6 cm x 22.8 cm.
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Sunday 27th August, 1950
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Rondo in A minor K.511
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in E flat Op.81a Das Lebewohl
Schumann: Fantasy Op.17
Ravel: Miroirs -
Noctuelles. Oiseaux tristes. Une barque su l'océan.
Alborada del gracioso. La vallée des choches.
Debussy: La puerta del vino. Feux d'artifice. (From Préludes Book 2)
Programme. Programme notes.
12-page brochure.   20.4 cm x 12.8 cm.
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Sunday 27th August, 1950
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Rondo in A minor K.511
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in E flat major Op.81a Les adieux
Schumann: Fantasia in C major Op.17
Ravel: Miroirs
Debussy: Two préludes
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Tuesday 29th August, 1950
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Statsradiofonien Orchestra, Copenhagen.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor Op.37
Conductor: ERIK TUXEN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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The International Festival of Music & Drama.
Edinburgh, Programme 1950.
72-page booklet. 28.9 cm x 26.4 cm.
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Tuesday 29th August, 1950
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Statsradiofonien Orchestra Copenhagen.
Beethoven: Pianoforte Concerto No.3 Op.37
Conductor: ERIK TUXEN.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
[Plus: Weber's Overture 'Oberon' & Nielsen's Symphony No.5]
Programme. Programme notes.
Eight-page brochure.   12.7 cm x 20.5 cm.
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Friday 6th October, 1950
Leeds Town Hall, West Yorkshire, England.
The Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 in G major
Conductor: MAURICE MILES.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Holst's Hymn of Jesus, Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No.3,
and Brahms's Symphony No.2
Programme.  Programme for six further performances by other musicians/orchestras.
Leeds Triennial Musical Festival, Programme 1950.
28-page prospectus.   18.1 cm x 24.7 cm.
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Wednesday 11th October, 1950
Royal Albert Hall, London.
BBC Symphony Concerts Season 1950-51.
The BBC Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat Emperor
Conductor: ISSAY DOBROWEN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Overture 'Leonore No.3' & Mahler's 'The Song of the Earth'.
Programme. Programme notes. Photograph. Ads.
20-page booklet.   13.9 cm x 21.0 cm.
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Wednesday 11th October, 1950
Royal Albert Hall, London.
BBC Symphony Concerts Season 1950-51.
The BBC Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat
Conductor: ISSAY DOBROWEN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
[Plus: Beethoven's Overture 'Leonore No.3' & Mahler's 'The song of the Earth'.
Announcement in Clifford Curzon's programme for Wednesday 13th September.
16-page brochure.  13.9 cm x 21.0 cm.
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Sunday 15th October, 1950
Royal Albert Hall, London.
The London Symphony Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat major Op.83
Conductor: JOSEPH KRIPS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Weber's Overture 'Der Freischutz' & Tchaikovsky's Symphony No.5 Op.64.
Programme. Programme notes by Dyneley Hussey. Brief biographical notes.
Forthcoming performances. Ads.
12-page brochure.   17.7 cm x 24.7 cm.
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Monday 16th October, 1950
Royal Albert Hall, London.
'Mysore Concerts' Subscription Series 1950-1951
Philharmonia Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 in G major
Conductor: ALCEO GALLIERA.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Reznicek's Overture 'Donna Diana', Debussy's Three Nocturnes
and Brahms's Symphony No.2.
Programme. Programme notes by Ralph Hills. Ads.
Eight-page brochure.   18.7 cm x 25.3 cm.
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Flyer.   17.4 cm x 14.6 cm.
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Sunday 22th October (3:00 pm), 1950
His Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket , Westminster, London.
Pianoforte Recital in Aid of The Allied Circle.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Rondo in A minor K.511
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in E flat major Op.81a Les adieux
Schumann: Phantasie in C major Op.17
Interval
Liszt/Thalberg/Pixis/Herz/Czerny/Chopin: Héxaméron - Morceau de concert
Programme. Programme notes by Dyneley Hussey. Ads.
Programmes scheduled for the LSO at the RAH on 'Sunday Afternoons' at 3 pm.
12-page brochure.  14.6 cm x 22.9 cm.
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Sunday 22th October (8:15 pm), 1950
His Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket , Westminster, London.
Pianoforte Recital in Aid of The Allied Circle.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Rondo in A minor K.511
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in E flat major Op.81a Les adieux
Schumann: Phantasie in C major Op.17
Interval
Liszt/Thalberg/Pixis/Herz/Czerny/Chopin: Héxaméron - Morceau de concert

Programme. Programme notes. Short biographical notes. Ads.
Notes on The Allied Circle.
12-page brochure. 18.0 cm x 23.4 cm.
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Sunday 11th March, 1951
Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, Boston.
CLAUDIO ARRAU appearing in the Aaron Richmond's Celebrity Series.
Notes on Arrau and photographs.
Two-sided flyer.   17.7 cm x 25.5 cm.
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Friday 11th May, 1951 (1)
Royal Festival Hall, London.
CLAUDIO ARRAU's recital at The Festival of Britain.
Schubert: Allegretto in C minor
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Chopin: Ballade No.4 in F minor
Chopin: Mazurka Op.41 No.3
Chopin: Fantaisie in F minor Op.49
Chopin: Scherzo No.4 Op.54
Albéniz: Iberia, Book I - Evocación. El puerto. Fête-Dieu à Seville.
Debussy: La puerta del vino
Granados: The Maiden and the Nightingale (from Goyescas)
Granados: El pelele
Programme. Programme notes. Ads. Festival of Britain programme. Ticket
12-page brochure.   18.3 cm x 24.7 cm.
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Friday 11th May, 1951 (2)
Royal Festival Hall, London.
CLAUDIO ARRAU's recital at The Festival of Britain.
Schubert: Allegretto in C minor
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Chopin: Scherzo No.4 Op.54
Chopin: Barcarolle Op.60
Chopin: Polonaisie Fantaisie Op.61
Chopin: Mazurka Op.41 No.3
Chopin: Allegro de Concert Op.46
Albéniz: Iberia, Book I - Evocación. El puerto. Fête-Dieu à Seville.
Debussy: La puerta del vino
Granados: The Maiden and the Nightingale (from Goyescas)
Granados: El pelele
Two-sided flyer.   12.6 cm x 25.3 cm.

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Wednesday 27th June, 1951 (2)
Festival of Britain at The Royal Albert Hall, London.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 in G
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat major
Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Weber's Overture 'Abu Hassan' & Strauss's Symphonic Poem 'Don Juan'.
Brief biographical notes.
Flyer.   14.0 cm x 26.6 cm.
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Actual performance:
Wednesday 27th June, 1951 (3)
Festival of Britain Concert at The Royal Alfred Hall, London.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 in G
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat major
Conductor: WALTER SUSSKIND.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
[Sir Adrian Boult reported ill and indisposed]
Plus: Weber's Overture 'Der Freischütz' & Strauss's Symphonic Poem 'Don Juan'.
Programme notes. The 1951 Festival programme. Annoucements/Ads.
12-page broochure.   18.7 cm x 24.7 cm.
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Friday 18th January, 1952
Iowa Memorial Union, State University of Iowa, USA.
University Concerts Course
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Rondo in G major Op.51 No.2
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57
Mendelssohn: Rondo capriccioso
Mendelssohn: Song Without Words in G major
Brahms: Variations on a Theme of Paganini, Book II
Intermission
Debussy: Pour le piano
Granados: The Maiden and the Nightingale
Granados: El pelele
Programme. Ad.
Four-page folder.   15.3 cm x 22.9 cm.
Item autographed by Claudio Arrau  <
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Friday 8th & Saturday 9th February, 1952
Academy of Music, Philadelphia, USA.
The Philadelphia Orchestra.
Liszt: Piano Concerto No.1 in E flat major
Liszt: Hungarian Fantasia for Piano and Orchestra
Conductor: ALEXANDER HILSBERG.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Locatelli's Concerto for Four Violins, String Orchestra and Organ Op.1 No.12,
Schubert's Symphony No.5 in B flat major & Bartók's Dance Suite for Orchestra.
Programme. Programme notes by Charles O'Connell. Orchestral notes.
Ads. Announcements.
28-page booklet.  15.1 cm x 22.6 cm.
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Tuesday 19th February, 1952
Carnegie Hall, New York.
The Philadelphia Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1
Conductor: ALEXANDER HILSBERG.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Wagner's Lohengrin Prelude, Schubert's Symphony No.5
and Bartók's Dance Suite for Orchestra.
Eight-page brochure.  15.2 cm x 22.9 cm.
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Tuesday 19th February, 1952
Carnegie Hall, New York.
The Philadelphia Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1
Conductor: ALEXANDER HILSBERG.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Wagner's Lohengrin Prelude, Schubert's Symphony No.5
and Bartók's Dance Suite for Orchestra.
Programme. Carnegie Hall's February attractions.
Orchestral notes. Ads. Photo of A. Hilsberg.
16-page brochure.  19.3 cm x 26.0 cm.

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Thursday 15th May, 1952
Royal Albert Hall, London.
International Celebrity Music Festival.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor Op.15
Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No.1 in B flat minor
Conductor: WALTER SUSSKIND.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Overture 'Egmont' & Kabalevsky's Overture 'Colas Breugnon'.
Programme. Programme notes. Ads. Concert announcements.
On page 3 of a 12-page brochure.   18.4 cm x 24.7 cm.

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Tuesday 27th May, 1952
Royal Festival Hall, London.
International Celebrity Music Festival.
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Fantasie in D minor K.397
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Schubert: Wanderer Fantasy Op.15
Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit
Liszt: Mephisto Waltz
Programme. Ads. Concert announcements.
On page 5 of a the above 12-page brochure.  18.4 cm x 24.7 cm.
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Tuesday 27th May, 1952
Royal Festival Hall, London.
International Celebrity Music Festival.
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Fantasie in D minor K.397
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Schubert: Wanderer Fantasy Op.15
Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit
Liszt: Mephisto Waltz
Flyer.  22.7 cm x 14.7 cm.
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Wednesday 6th June, 1952
Royal Festival Hall, London.
International Celebrity Recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Piano Sonata in D K.576
Brahms: Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel Op.24
Debussy: Twelve Préludes, Book I
Liszt: Étude d'exécution transcendante No.11 in D flat
Liszt: Étude d'exécution transcendante No.10 in F minor
Programme notes. Photographs. Ads.
16-page brochure. 14.5 cm x 21.7 cm.
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Wednesday 27th August, 1952
Salzburg Festival 1952 at the Festspielhaus.
The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 in G major Op.58
Conductor: IGOR MARKEVITCH.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Schubert's Symphony No.3 & Stravinsky's Le sacre du printemps.
Official prospectus with programmes. Notes on Salzburg Town.
Six-folded sheet.   10.3 cm x 21.1 cm.
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Sunday 19th October, 1952
Jordan Hall, Boston.
Opening Event of the Celebrity Series.
Piano Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Brahms: Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel Op.24
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Intermission
Debussy: Estampes
Liszt: Gnomenreigen (Dance of the Gnomes)
Liszt: Mephisto Waltz
Programme. Programme notes by Martin Bookspan. Forthcoming events.
Eight-page brochure. 15.3 cm x 23.0 cm.
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February, 1953
Promotional print of CLAUDIO ARRAU
by RCA Victor, Decca, HMV, Columbia, Parlophone, Baldwin Pianos
and The National Concerts and Artists Corporation, New York.
['Musical America', February 1953, page 51].  33.5 cm x 23.8 cm.
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Sunday 15th March, 1953
The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York.
Carnegie Hall.  5157th Concert.
Liszt: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.2 in A major
Conductor: GUIDO CANTELLI.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Brahms's Tragic Overture Op.81, Ravel's Suite No.2 from 'Daphnis et Chloe'
& Debussy's four excerpts from 'Le Martyre de St. Sebastien'.
Programme. Programme notes by Herbert F. Peyser. Orchestral notes.
Brief biographical notes. Announcement.
Eight-page brochure. 15.3 cm x 22.9 cm.
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Sunday 15th March, 1953
The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York.
Carnegie Hall.  Guido Cantelli.  Season 1952-53.  5157th Concert.
Liszt: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.2 in A major
Conductor: GUIDO CANTELLI.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Brahms's Tragic Overture Op.81, Ravel's Suite No.2 from 'Daphnis et Chloe'
& Debussy's four excerpts from 'Le Martyre de St. Sebastien'.
Cover photo of Guido Cantelli. Programme. Announcements.
Brief biographical notes of forthcoming artists. Ads. Four tickets.
20-page booklet.   19.3 cm x 26.0 cm.
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Thursday 21st May, 1953
Oxford New Theatre.
Oxford Subscription Concerts.
Thirty-third Season 1952-53. Seventh Concert.
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Rondo in D major K.485
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in E flat major Op.81 a Les adieux
Schumann: Fantasia in C major Op.17
Interval
Debussy: Pour le piano - Prélude. Sarabande. Toccata.
Granados: The Maiden and the Nightingale (from Goyescas)
Granados: El pelele
Liszt: Mephisto Waltz
Programme. Programme notes by H.K.A.
Two-folded sheet.  16.5 cm x 21.1 cm.
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Sunday 31st May, 1953
Royal Albert Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
An all-Beethoven 'Grand Coronation Concert'.
God Save the Queen
Beethoven: Symphony No.8 in F major
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat major Op.73
Interval
Beethoven: Symphony No.5 in C minor
Conductor: Dr. KARL RANKL (standing for Joseph Krips).   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Programme. Programme notes by Paul Hamburger. Photographs.
Beethoven's Last Testament.
12-page brochure. 18.6 cm x 24.5 cm.
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Wednesday 24th June, 1953
Armon Hall, Haifa.
The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 Op.73
Conductor: HEINZ FREUDENTHAL. Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Verdi's La Forza del Destino Overture & Kurt Weill's Kleine Dreigrosehenmusik.
Programme. Programme notes. Notes on visiting Conductor and Pianist. Ads.
12-page brochure. 14.8 cm x 23.6 cm.
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Thursday 23rd July, 1953
Lewisohn Stadium. College of the City of New York.
Stadium Concerts Symphony Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 Op.83
Conductor: ALEXANDER SMALLENS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
The all-Brahms programme also included:
Academic Festival Overture Op.80 & Symphony No.2 Op.73.
Stadium Concerts Review:
Programme and programme notes for the week starting on 20th July 1953.
Stadium Concerts notes. Articles. Ads.
32-page booklet.   17.4 cm x 24.7 cm.
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Saturday 17th October, 1953
New York Town Hall.  Season 1953-1954.
Grand Cycle of Seven Recitals: Beethoven's 32 Piano Sonatas.
Soloist:  CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Recital I
Sonata No.3 in C major Op.2 No.3
Sonata No.26 in E flat major Op.81a Sonata caracteristique
Intermission
Sonata No.31 in A flat major Op.110
Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Programme. Ads. Forthcoming programmes.
16-page brochure. 16.6 cm x 22.8 cm.
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Tuesday 27th October, 1953
St. Paul Auditorium Theatre, Minnesota, USA.
The Schubert Club's 71st Season.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Mozart: Fantasie in D minor K.397
Beethoven: Sonata No.8 in C major Op.13 Pathétique
II
Schumann: Fantasy in C Op.17
Intermission
III
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Programme. Short biographical notes. Ads. Club information. Forthcoming events.
12-page brochure.   15.5 cm x 23.4 cm.
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Saturday 31st October, 1953
New York Town Hall.   Season 1953-1954.
Grand Cycle of Seven Recitals: Beethoven's 32 Piano Sonatas.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Recital  III
Sonata No.5 in C minor Op.10 No.1
Sonata No.7 in D major Op.10 No.3
Intermission
Sonata No.15 in D major Op.28 Pastorale
Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Programme. Ads. Forthcoming programmes.
16-page brochure.   16.5 cm x 23.0 cm.
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Saturday 7th November, 1953
New York Town Hall.   Season 1953-1954.
Grand Cycle of Seven Recitals: Beethoven's 32 Piano Sonatas.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Recital  IV
Sonata No.12 in A flat major Op.26 Funeral march
Sonata No.19 in C minor Op.49 No.1
Sonata No.8 in C minor Op.13 Pathétique
Intermission
Sonata No.6 in F major Op.10 No.2
Sonata No.24 in F sharp major Op.78 For Therese
Sonata No.16 in C major Op.31 No.1
Programme. Ads. Forthcoming programmes.
16-page brochure.   16.6 cm x 23.0 cm.
§
  1954
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February, 1954
Promotional print ad of CLAUDIO ARRAU
by Columbia Artists Management Inc, Baldwin Pianos, Columbia Records, et al.
['Musical America', February 1954, page 45]. 33.3 cm x 23.6 cm.
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Sunday 14th & Monday 15th March, 1954
Titania-Palast, Steglitz, Berlin.
Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester.
Brahms: Konzer für Klavier und Orchester Nr. II B-Dur Op.83
Dirigent: MILAN HORVAT (Dublin).   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Weber's Overture zu der Oper 'Oberon' & Martinu's Sinfonie Nr. IV (Erstauff).
Arrau's and Horvat's photographs.
Programme, programme notes and ads in German.
12-page brochure.   17.1 cm x 18.2 cm.
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Sunday 18th April, 1954
Royal Albert Hall, London.
London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 in G
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.2 in F minor
Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Symphony No.8 & Rimsky-Korsakov's Capriccio Espagnol.
Programme. Programme notes. Photographs. Orchestral notes.
Forthcoming programmes. Ads.
12-page brochure.   14.2 cm x 22.5 cm.
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Tuesday 20th April, 1954.
Liverpool Philharmonic 11th Season.
Sixteenth Tuesday Subscription Concert.
Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor Op.15
Conductor: HUGO RIGNOLD.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: R.Strauss's Symphonic Poem 'Don Juan' Op.20
& Shostakovich's Symphony No.1 in F minor Op.10.
Programme. Programme notes. Orchestral notes. Ads.
12-page brochure.   14.1 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Sunday 2nd May, 1954
Royal Albert Hall.  International Celebrity Concert.
Philharmonia Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor Op.15
Conductor: RAFAEL KUBELÍK.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Brahms's Academic Festival Overture & Symphony No.1.
Programme. Programme notes. Orchestral notes. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
16-page brochure.   14.0 cm x 22.1 cm.
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Sunday 22nd May, 1954
Círculo de Cultura Musical . 20.a Temporada 1953-1954.
Teatro Municipal de São Carlos, [Lisboa, Portugal].
Piano recital. Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Rondó en ré maior
Beethoven: Sonata op.57 em fá menor Appassionata
Schumann: Fantasia op.17, en dó maior
Interval
Granados: La maja y el ruiseñor (Goyescas)
Granados: El pelele
Albéniz: El Corpus Christi en Sevilla
Liszt: Valsa Mefisto
Programme. Programme notes. Photograph.
Eight-page brochure.  15.8 cm x 22.1 cm.
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Monday 31st May,1954
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland
Brahms Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor Op.15
Conductor:  KARL RANKL.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart's Overture 'Don Giovanni' & Brahms's Symphony No.4.
Programme. Programme notes by Christopher Grier. Orchestral notes.
Eight-page brochure.  14.1 cm x 21.6 cm.
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22nd August - 11th September, 1954
Edinburgh International Festival of Music and Drama.
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
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Tuesday 31st August (8:00 pm), 1954
Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk Orchestra.
Chopin: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.2 in F minor Op.21
Conductor: HANS SCHMIDT-ISSERSTEDT.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Strawinsky's Symphony in Three Movements & Brahms's Symphony No.2 Op.73.
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Saturday 4th September (2:30 pm), 1954
Pianoforte Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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Monday 6 September, 1954
Philharmonia Orchestra.
Schumann: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in A minor Op.54
Conductor: HERBERT VON KARAJAN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique Op.14 &
Wagner's Prelude and Liebestod from 'Tristan and Isolde'.
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Prospectus with all programmes of the Festival. Festival related information.
12-page, two-folded prospectus of the Festival.  19.0 cm x 22.5 cm.
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22nd August - 11th September, 1954
Edinburgh International Festival of Music and Drama.
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
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Tuesday 31st August (8:00 pm), 1954
Symphony Orcheatra of the Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk.
Chopin: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.2 in F minor Op.21
Conductor: HANS SCHMIDT-ISSERSTEDT.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Strawinsky's Symphony in Three Movements & Brahms's Symphony No.2 Op.73.
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Saturday 4th September, 1954
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Chopin: Ballade No.4 in F minor Op.52
Chopin: Nocturne in B major Op.62 No.1
Chopin: Scherzo No.4 in E major Op.54
Liszt: St. François d'Assise - La prédication aux oiseaux [Légend]
Liszt: St. François de Paule marchant sur les flots [Légend]
Chopin: Piano Sonata in B minor Op.58
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Monday 6 September, 1954
Philharmonia Orchestra.
Schumann: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in A minor Op.54
Conductor: HERBERT VON KARAJAN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique Op.14 &
Wagner's Prelude and Liebestod from 'Tristan and Isolde'.
.
1954 Souvenir Programme:   Programmes, Festival notes. Photographs. Ads.
88-page booklet.  18.4 cm x 25.8 cm.
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Tuesday 31st August, 1954
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Edinburgh International Festival of Music and Drama.
The Humburg Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.2 in F minor Op.21
Conductor: HANS SCHMIDT-ISSERSTEDT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Stravinsky's Symphony in Three Movements & Brahms's Symphony No.2 Op.73.
Programme. Programme notes by Robert Simpson. Orchestral notes.
Brief biographical notes. Ads.
12-page brochure.   12.7 cm x 20.3 cm.
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Saturday 4th September (2:30 pm), 1954
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Edinburgh International Festival of Music and Drama.

Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Liszt: Piano Sonata in B minor
Chopin: Ballade No.4 in F minor Op.52
Chopin: Nocturne in B major Op.61 No.1
Chopin: Scherzo No.4 in E major Op.54
Interval
Liszt: St. François d'Assise - La prédication aux oiseaux [Légend]
Liszt: St. François de Paule marchant sur les flots [Légend]

Chopin: Piano Sonata in B minor Op.58
Programme notes. Ads.
12-page brochure.  12.7 cm x 20.3 cm.
>  Item autographed by Claudio Arrau  <
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Tuesday 28th September, 1954
Royal Festival Hall, London.
International Celebrity Concert.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor
Conductor: JOSEF KRIPS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: R.Strauss's 'Don Juan' Tone Poem &
Schubert's Symphony No.9 in C major The Great.
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Forthcoming programmes:
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Thursday 30th September, 1954
Schumann: Piano Concerto in A minor Op.54
Conductor: JOSEF KRIPS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart's Symphony No.41 in C major Jupiter
& Schubert's Symphony No.9 in C major The Great.
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Thursday 7th October, 1954
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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Programme. Programme notes by Joan Chissell.
Brief biographical details with photographs. Aids.

20-page booklet. 14.1 cm x 21.9 cm.
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Thursday 30th September, 1954
Royal Festival Hall
International Celebrity Concert
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Schumann's Piano Concerto in A minor Op.54
Conductor: JOSEF KRIPS.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus Mozart's Symphony No.41 in C major Jupiter
& Schubert's Symphony No.9 in C major The Great.
Programme. Programme notes by Joan Chissell.  Brief biographical notes.
Forthcoming recitals. Ads.
20-page brochure.   14.0 cm x 21.9 cm.
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Sunday 3rd October, 1954
The Dome, Brighton, England.
The Brighton Philharmonic Society.
Piano recital. Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Sonata in D major K.576
Beethoven: Sonata No23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Brahms: Variations on a Theme of Paganini, Book 2
Interval
Granados: The Maiden and the Nightingale (from Goyescas)
Granados: El pelele
Albéniz: Fête-Dieu à Seville
Liszt: Sonetto No.104 del Petrarca
Liszt: Mephisto Waltz
Programme. Programme notes by Dr. Henry Coates, M.A.
Two-folded sheet.   17.9 cm x 23.3.
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Thursday 5th October, 1954
Liverpool Philharmonic Society.
Second Tuesday Subscription Concert.
Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor
Guest Conductor: ALFRED WALLENSTEIN.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Bruckner's Symphony No.4 in E flat Romantic.
Programme. Programme notes. Orchestral notes. Ads.
12-page brochure.   14.0 cm x 21.7 cm.
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Monday 11th October, 1954
The Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, Wales.
Swansea Festival of Music and The Arts - 11th to 16th October.
The Hallé Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3
Conductor: Sir JOHN BARBIROLLI.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Arrau's photograph. Brief biographic outline. Full festival programme.
36-page Booklet.   24.8 cm x 18.8 cm.
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Sunday 9th January, 1955
The Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York.
Carnegie Hall.
Broadcast No.759 over the CBS Radio Network.
The New York Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra.
Chopin: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.2 Op.21
Guest Conductor: GEORGE SZELL. Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
The programme commenced with Brahms's Symphony No.4 Op.98.
Programme. Programme notes by Herbert F. Peyser. Orchestral notes.
Eight-page brochure.   13.1 cm x 21.2 cm.
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  1956
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Thursday 1st March, 1956
Eaton Auditorium, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Piano Sonata in A minor KV.310
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.21 in C major Op.53 Waldstein
Brahms: Variations on a Theme of Paganini, Book II
Intermission
Debussy: Pour le piano - Prélude. Sarabande. Toccat.a
Liszt: Gnomenreigen
Liszt: Mephisto Waltz
Programme. Firthcoming attractions. Ad.
Four-page sheet.   15.3 cm x 23.0 cm.
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Thursday 1st March, 1956
Eaton Auditorium, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Two-sided flyer.  19.1 cm x 27.5 cm.
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Monday 28th May, 1956
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Six Beethoven Concerts.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.4 in G
Conductor: JOSEF KRIPS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Overture 'Egmont' & Symphony No.3.
Programme. Programme notes. Photographs. Orchestral notes. Ads.
Forthcoming Arrau programmes announced: 30th May & 4th, 6th and 11th June.
20-page booklet.   13.6 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Wednesday 30th May, 1956
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Six Beethoven Concerts.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.1 in C
Conductor: JOSEF KRIPS.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Symphony No.2 & Symphony No.5.
Programme. Programme notes by Scott Goddard. Photographs. Orchestral notes. Ads.
Forthcoming Arrau programmes announced: 4th, 6th and 11th June.
20-page booklet.  14.3 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Monday 7th July - Friday 11th August, 1956
Second Stratford Musical Festival
[As part of the Fourth Annual Festival of Drama of
The Stratford Shakespearean Festival Foundation of Canada]
Stratford Festival Hall, Ontario.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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Under the auspices of The Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto.
Master Class on Piano Interpretation, by CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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Festival information. Photographs. Brief biographical notes. Orchestral notes.
40-page prospectus.  21.5 cm x 27.9 cm.
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Wednesday 22nd August, 1956
Großes Festspielhaus, Salzburg, Austria.
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Concierto for Piano and Orchestra No.5 Op.73
Conductor: FRITZ REINER.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Berlioz's The Roman Carnaval Op.9 & R.Strauss's Thus spoke Zarathustra Op.30.
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Thrusday 23rd August, 1956
Vienna Mozarteum, Slazburg, Austria.
All-Mozart piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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Prospectus for the 1956 Salzburg Festival:  21st July - 30th August.
Seven-folded spreadsheet. 10.0 cm x 21.0 cm.
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Sunday 11th November, 1956
Malayan Arts Council.  Kuala Lumpur.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Piano Sonata in D major
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.26 in E major Op.81a Les adieux
Schumann: Fantasy in C major Op.17
Liszt: Three pieces from 'Années de pèlerinage'
Poulenc: Suite Napoli
Programme.
Eight-page brochure.  19.0 cm x 27.5 cm.
>   Item autographed by Claudio Arrau   <
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Wednesday 5th December, 1956
Konzertsaal, Hochschule für Musik, Berlin.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Phantasie c-moll KV 475
Mozart: Sonate c-moll KV 457
Beethoven: Sonate Nr.21 C-dur Op.53 Waldstein-Sonate
Schumann: Carnaval Op.9
Poulenc: Suite Napoli
Programme.
Four-page sheet.  14.9 cm x 21.0 cm.
Item autographed by Claudio Arrau  <
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Tuesday 14th May, 1957
Tivoli, Lisboa, Portugal.
Orquestra Sinfónica Nacional.
Beethoven: Concerto No.4 Op.58 em sol maior.
Beethoven: Concerto No.5 Op.73 em mi bemol maior.
Conductor:  FREDERICO DE FREITAS.  Soloist:  CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven: Coriolano Op.62 (Abertura).
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Photograph.
Eight-page brochure.  16.1 cm x 22.8 cm.
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Monday 20th May, 1957
Royal Festival Hall, London.
The London Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5
Conductor: JOSEF KRIPS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Programme. Programme notes. Forthcoming programmes. Ads. Ticket.
28-page booklet.   13.3 cm x 21.5 cm.
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Tuesday 25th June, 1957
Sydney Town Hall, Australia.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Bagatelle Op.119 No.2
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.31 Op.110
Schumann: Fantasy in C minor Op.17
Debussy: Pour le piano
Liszt: Gnomenreigen
Liszt: Mephisto Waltz
Programme notes.
20-page booklet.  15.1 cm x 24.1 cm.
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Saturday 29th June, 1957
Sydney Town Hall, Australia.
All-Beethoven recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Eroica Variations Op.35
Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Sonata
No.18 in A flat Op.31 No.3
Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Programme notes.
20-page booklet.  15.3 cm x 24.1 cm.
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Tuesday 15th, Thursday 17th, Thursday 24th and Saturday 26th October,
plus Sunday 3rd, Monday 4th, and Friday 6th November, 1957
Beethoven Festival
Royal Festival Hall, London.
The Philharmonia Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concertos Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 4, 5, and 5, respectively
Conductor: OTTO KLEMPERER.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Programmes. Photographs.
Essay on listening to Beethoven Symphonies, by Ernest Newman.
Notes on Beethoven Concertos and Overtures, by William S. Mann.
32-page booklet.  33.4 cm x 23.0 cm.
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Sunday 27th October, 1957
Leeds Town Hall, West Yorkshire, England.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Sonata in B flat K.570
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in E flat major Op.81a Les adieux
Schumann: Carnaval Op.9
Debussy: Pour le piano
Liszt: Gnomenreigen
Liszt: Mephisto Waltz
Programme. Programme notes.
12-page brochure.  21.6 cm x 13.9 cm.
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Sunday 10th November, 1957
Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England.
The Hallé Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5
Conductor: Sir JOHN BARBIROLLI.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mendelssohn's Overture 'The Hebrides',  Robert Hughes's 'Sinfonieta'
&
Stravinsky's 'The Fire Bird'.
Programme. Programme notes. Ads.
16-page brochure.  14.1 cm x 20.5 cm.
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  1958
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February, 1958
Trade publication print ad for CLAUDIO ARRAU
by Columbia Artists Management Inc, New York.
Baldwin Pianos photograph.
['Musical America', February 1958, page 36].  31.0 cm x 24.3 cm.
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Monday 17th March, 1958
Konzertsaal, Hochschule für Musik, Berlin.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: 32 Variationen c-moll
Beethoven: Sonate Nr.32 c-moll Op.111
Schubert: Drei Klavierstücke (Impromptus) Op.Posth (1828)
Chopin: Phantasie f-moll Op.49
Chopin: Nocturne H-dur Op.62 Nr.1
Chopin: Allegro de Concert Op.46
Programme.
Four-page, folded sheet.  14.9 cm x 21.0 cm.
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Friday 21st March, 1958
Großer Saal, Stadthalle Heidelberg.
Sechs Heidelberger Meisterkonzerte. Winter 1957/58.
Fünftes Meisterkonzert.  Solist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: KV 576
Beethoven: Les adieux
Debussy: Images, 1. Helft
Bartók: Suite Op.14
Poulenc: Suite Napoli
Programmes for the six master concerts. Photographs.
Eight-page brochure.  15.3 cm x 10.8 cm.
Item autographed by Claudio Arrau  <
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Thursday 3rd April, 1958
Royal Albert Hall, London.
The Philharmonia Orchestra.
International Celebrity Concert.
Grieg: Piano Concerto in A minor Op.16
Conductor: THOMAS SCHIPPERS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart's Adagio and Fugue in C minor & Sibelius's Symphony No.2 in D major Op.43.
Programme notes. Photograph. Ticket.
20-page booklet.  13.8 cm x 21.4 cm.
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Sunday 6th April, 1958
Royal Albert Hall, London.
International Celebrity Concert.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Schumann: Piano Concerto in A minor Op.54
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 Op.83
Conductor: LÁSLÓ SOMOGYI.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Schubert's Symphony No.8 Unfinished.
Programme notes. Photograph.
20-page booklet.  13.8 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Friday 18th April, 1958
Konzertgesellschaft Wuppertal. Germany.
Stadhalle Wuppertal-Elberfeld, Großer Saal.
Piano recital. Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: 32 Variationen c-moll
Beethoven: Sonate Nr.32 c-moll Op.111
Schubert: Drei Klavierstücke
Chopin: Phantasie f-moll Op.49
Chopin: Nocturne H-dur Op.62 Nr.1
Chopin: Allegro de Concert Op.46
Two-sided sheet.  14.4 cm x 20.9 cm.
Item autographed by Claudio Arrau  <
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Spring Tour 6th May - 8th June, 1958
International Celebrity Concert
[Undated]
Scottish National Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 Op.37
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 Op.73
Conductor: HANS SWAROWSKY.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart's Symphony No.40 K.550.
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Wednesday 14th May, 1958
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Piano recital.  Soloist; CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Works by Beethoven, Schubert & Liszt.
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Programme. Programme notes by Dyneley Hussey. Photographs. Ads.
Celebrity Festival programmes.  Bath Festival programmes.

20-page booklet.  14.0 cm x 21.6 cm.
Item autographed by Claudio Arrau  <
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Sunday 18th May, 1958
Prague Spring International Music Festival. Czecoslovakia.
Artists's House. Prague.
All-Beethoven piano recital by CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonáta As-dur op.110
Sonáta C-dur op.53
Přestávka
Sonáta c-moll op.111
Sonáta f-moll op.57
Two-sided, Three-folded sheet. 10.0 cm x 21.0 cm.
Item autographed by Claudio Arrau  <
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Thursday 29th May, 1958
Armon Hall, Haifa, Tel Aviv.
The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, 1957/58 Season.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 Op.73 The Emperor
Conductor: IZLER SOLOMON.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Weber's Overture Oberon & Mendelssohn's Symphony No.4 op.90 Italian.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes.
Photograph. Orchestral notes. Ads.
24-page booklet.  16.4 cm x 24.0 cm.
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Saturday 7th June, 1958
Fredric R. Mann Auditorium. Tel Aviv. Israel.
All-Beethoven Piano Recital. Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.18 in E flat Op.31 No.3
Sonata No.31 in A flat major Op.110
Intermission
Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Three-folded two-sided sheet.  14.0 cm x 24.6 cm.
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Saturday 9th August, 1958
Teatro Colón. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
50th Anniversary Season. Seventh Subscription Recital.
Pianist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Beethoven: Treinta y dos variaciones en Do menor
Schubert: Tres piezas para piano Op. póstuma
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 en do menor Op.111
II
Liszt: Soneto del Petrarca No.123
Liszt: Juegos acuáticos en la villa de Este
Liszt: Al borde de una vertiente
Liszt: La Capilla de Guillermo Tell
Chopin: Scherzo No.4 en Mi mayor Op.54
Programme. Programme notes on some works. Brief biographical notes. ads.
Eight-page brochure. 15.5 cm x 23.2 cm.
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Part II originally advertised as:
Liszt: La Capilla de Guillermo Tell
Liszt: Juegos acuáticos en la villa de Este
Chopin: Scherzo No.4 en Mi mayor op.54
Chopin: Nocturno No.17 en Si mayor Op.62 No.1
Chopin: Allegro de concerto Op.46
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Monday 11th August, 1958
Teatro Colón. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
1958 Season. Subscription Concert.
Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 Op.83
Conductor: LAMBERTO BALDI.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: JS Bach's Sonata No.3 transcribed for orchestra by L. Baldi,
Stravinsky's Four Norwegian Moods & Respighi's Fontane di Roma.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Period ads.
24-page booklet.   15.9 cm x 23.0 cm.
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Monday 18th August, 1958
Asociación Wagneriana de Buenos Aires.  46th Arts Season.
Gran Teatro Broadway. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Piano Recital:  CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Schönberg; Tres piezas Op.11
Beethoven: Sonata Op.57 en Fa menor Appasionata
II
Chopin: 24 Preludios Op.28
Liszt: Vals Mefisto
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Monday 25th August, 1958
Teatro Municipal.  Distrito Federal. 
[Rio de Janeiro].
Temporada 1958.  Pro Arte Brasil.
Piano Recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Mozart: Sonata em ré maior KV.576
Beethoven: Sonata Op.53 em do maior Waldstein
Schumann: Fantasia Op.17
Intervalo
II
Debussy: Images (primeiro volume) -
Reflets dans l'eau. Hommage à Rameau. Mouvement.
Liszt: Danse des Gnomes
Liszt: Mephisto-Valse
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Tuesday 2nd September, 1958
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
An all-Beethoven piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.7 in D major Op.10 No.3
Sonata  No.21 in C major Op.53 Waldstein
Interval
Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Programme. Programme notes. Ads.
12-page brochure.  12.7 cm x 20.3 cm.
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Tuesday 2nd September, 1958
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
An all-Beethoven piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.7 in D major Op.10 No.3
Sonata  No.21 in C major Op.53 Waldstein
Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata

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Sunday 7th September, 1958
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
An all-Chopin piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
24 Préludes Op.28
Allegro de concert Op.46
Fantaisie in F minor Op.49
Nocturne in B major Op.62 No.1
Mazurka in C sharp minor Op.41 No.1
Ballade in A flat major Op.47
Four Studies from Op.10
Two Studies from Op.25
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Edinburgh International Festival Souvenir Programme 1958.
84-page booklet.  18.4 cm x 25.8 cm.
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Sunday 7th September (2:30 pm), 1958
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
An all-Chopin piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
24 Préludes Op.28
Allegro de concert Op.46
Fantaisie in F minor Op.49
Nocturne in B major Op.62 No.1
Mazurka in C sharp minor Op.41 No.1
Ballade in A flat major Op.47
Six Studies:  Op.10 Nos. 3, 4, 8 and 12   &  Op.25 Nos. 5 and 12.
Programme. Programme notes by Deryck Cooke. Ads.
12-page brochure.  12.7 cm x 20.4 cm.
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Tuesday 9th September, 1958
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Edinburgh International Festival.
The Vienna Symphony Orchestra.
Brahms: Concerto No.2 in B flat for Pianoforte and Orchestra Op.83
Conductor: JOSEF KRIPS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Weber's Overture 'Oberon' & Schubert's Symphony No.9 in C major 'The Great'
Programme. Programme notes by Arthur Jacobs et al. Orchestra staff. Ads.
12-page brochure.   12.7 cm x 20.4 cm.
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Friday 12th September, 1958
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Edinburgh International Festival.
The Vienna Symphony Orchestra.
An all-Mozart programme:
Concerto for Pianoforte and Orchestra No.24 in C minor K.491
Conductor: JOSEF KRIPS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Symphony in E flat K.543 & Symphony in C major K.551 Jupiter.
Programme. Programme notes by Mosco Carner, Norman del Mar, and Joan Chissell. Ads.
12-page brochure.  12.8 cm x 20.4 cm.
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Friday 31st October, 1958
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
The Scottish National Orchestra.
Beethoven: Concerto for Pianoforte No.4 in G major Op.58
Grieg: Concerto for Pianoforte in A minor Op.16
Conductor: COLIN DAVIS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Berlioz's Overture Waverley Op.1 & Stravinsky's Symphony in Three Movements.
Programme. Programme notes by Christopher Grier. Orchestral notes.
Forthcoming events. Ad.
12-page brochure.  14.1 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Saturday 1st November, 1958
St. Andrew's Hall, Glasgow, Scotland.
The Scottish National Orchestra.
1958/59 Glasgow Concerts.
Mozart: Piano Concerto No.21 in C major K.507
[Printing error: It is either No.21 K.467 or No.25 K.507]
Grieg: Piano Concerto in A minor Op.16
Conductor: COLIN DAVIS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Berlioz's Overture 'Waverley' Op.1 & Stravinsky's Symphony in Three Movements.
Prospectus for the Season: Programmes. Orchestral notes. Photographs. Ads.
44-page booklet.  14.1 cm x 21.7 cm.
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Sunday 2nd November, 1958
Royal Albert Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Grieg: Piano Concerto in A minor
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 Op.15
Conductor: ALEXANDER GIBSON.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Wagner's Overture 'Die Meistersinger' & Rimsky-Korsakov's Capriccio Espagnole.
Programme. Programme notes by Peter Pirie. Photograph.
Orchestral notes. Ads. Forthcoming programmes.
24-page booklet (plus flyer insert).  14.4 cm x 21.7 cm.
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Thursday 4th, Friday 5th & Saturday 6th December, 1958
New York Philharmonic.
Carnegie Hall. 1958-959 Season.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor Op.37
Conductor: LEONARD BERNSTEIN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Vivaldi's Concerto in D minor for Oboe, Strings and Cembalo F.Vii No.1,
Copland's Music for the Theatre & Copland's Orchestral Variations.
Programme. Programme notes by Irving Kolodin. Announcement.
Eight-page brochure.  15.3 cm x 22.9 cm.
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Thursday 4th, Friday 5th & Saturday 6th December, 1958
Carnegie Hall.  1958-1959 Season.  5882nd, 5883rd & 5884th Concerts.
New York Philharmonic.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor Op.37
Conductor: LEONARD BERNSTEIN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Vivaldi's Concerto in D minor for Obeo, Strings and Cembalo F.Vii No.1,
Copland's Music for the Theatre & Copland's Orchestral Variations.
Programme. Announcement. Ads. Notes on The Little Orchestra Society.
24-page booklet.  18.6 cm x 24.9 cm.
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Saturday 6th December, 1958
Carnegie Hall, New York.
858th CBS Radio Network Broadcast.
New York Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor Op.37
Conductor: LEONARD BERNSTEIN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Vivaldi's Concerto in D minor for Obeo, Strings and Cembalo F.Vii No.1,
Copland's Music for the Theatre & Copland's Orchestral Variations.
Programme. Programme notes. Forthcoming programme.
Eight-page brochure. 14.1 cm x 22.2 cm.
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February, 1959
Promotional print ad of CLAUDIO ARRAU
by Angel, Columbia and Decca Records, Baldwin Pianos,
and Columbia Artists Management Inc, New York.
['Musical America', February 1959, page 39].  31.0 cm x 23.6 cm.
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Friday 10th April, 1959
Städtisches Musikvertein, Essen, Germany.
Städtisches Orchester Essen.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 Op.15
Conductor: GUSTAV KÖNIG.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Programme notes. Photographs of orchestra and conductor.
Eight-page brochure.  14.9 cm x 21.0 cm.
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Tuesday 19th May, 1959
Teatro Tivoli, Lisbon.
Cículo de Cultura Musical. 25th Season.
Piano Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Schubert: Três peças para piano
Beethoven: Sonata quasi una Fantasia op. 27 no.1
Beethoven: Sonata quasi una Fantasia op. 27 No.2
Intervalo
Liszt: Chapelle de Guillaume Tell
Liszt: Jeux d'eau à la villa d'Este
Chopin: Fantasia em fá menor
Chopin: Scherzo no.4 op.54 em mi maior
Programme. Brief biographical notes. Photograph.
Eight-page brochure. 16.1 cm x 23.2 cm.
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Wednesday 3rd June, 1959
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Beethoven Sonata Recital.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.3 in C major Op.2 No.3
Sonata No.26 in E flay major Op.81a Les adieux
Interval
Sonata No.31 in A flat major Op.110
Sonata Nr.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Programme. Programme notes. Photograph. Ads.
Forthcoming Beethoven Sonata Cycle programmes.
16-page brochure.  13.8 cm x 21.5 cm.
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Tuesday 16th June, 1959
Royal Festival Hall, London.
International Celebrity Concerts.
Beethoven Sonata Recital.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.4 in E flat Op.7
Sonata No.28 in A major Op.101
Interval
Sonata No.8 in C minor Op.13
Sonata No.21 in C major Op.53
Programme. Programme notes. Photograph. Forthcoming programmes. Ads.
16-page brochure.   13.8 cm x 21.5 cm.
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Monday 22nd June, 1959
Royal Festival Hall, London.
International Celebrity Concerts.
Beethoven Sonata Recital.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.5 in C minor Op.10 No.1
Sonata No.7 in D major Op.10 No.3
Interval
Sonata No.15 in D major Op.28
Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Programme. Programme notes. Photograph. Forthcoming programmes. Ads.
16-page brochure.   13.5 cm x 21.5 cm.
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Wednesday 7th & Thursday 8th October, 1959
Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England.
Hallé Orchestra
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor
Conductor: Sir JOHN BARBIROLLI.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
The Hallé Concerts Society Prospectus 1959-60.
Photographs of orchestra, conductors and soloists.
48-page prospectus.  14.0 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Wednesday 7th & Thursday 8th October, 1959
Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England.
Hallé Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor
Conductor: Sir JOHN BARBIROLLI.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Haydn's Symphony No.93 in D & Sibelius's Symphony No.2 in D.
Programme. Programme notes. Orchestral notes. Ads.
16-page brochure.   14.0 cm x 20.4 cm.
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Wednesday 14th October, 1959
Royal Festival Hall, London.
The First Concert of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's 148th Season.
Liszt: Totentanz Fantasy for Piano and Orchestra
Strauss: Burlesque in D minor for Piano and Orchestra.
Conductor: Sir MALCOLM SARGENT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Programme. Programme notes. Orchestral notes. Ads.
20-page booklet.  13.9 cm x 21.6 cm.
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[1960]
Baldwin piano photographic ad, supported by Claudio Arrau.
Magazine page.  21.2 cm x 29.0 cm.
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Friday 25th March, 1960
Konzertsaal, Hochschule für Musik, Berlin.
Piano recital. Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Rondo a-moll KV 511
Schumann: Fantasie C-dur Op.17
Schönberg: Drei Klavierstücke Op.11
Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit
Liszt: Étude d'exécution transcendante Nr.11
Liszt:
Étude d'exécution transcendante Nr.10
Programme. Photograph. Brief biographical notes. Ad.
Four-page, folded sheet.  15.0 cm x 21.1 cm.
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Sunday 29th May, 1960
Royal Albert Hall, London.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra.
An all-Tchaikovsky programme:
Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No.1 in B flat minor
Conductor: COLIN DAVIS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Fantasy-Overture 'Romeo and Juliet', Suite 'The Sleeping Beauty'
& Overture Solennelle 1812.
Programme notes. Photographs. Members of the Orchestra. Ads.
16-page brochure.   14.3 cm x 22.0 cm.
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Thursday 16th June, 1960
Royal Festival Hall, London.
The Philharmonic Society of London.
Thursday Subscription Series.
London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat.
Conductor: JOHN PRITCHARD.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Berlioz's Overture 'Benvenuto Cellini' &
Nielsen's Symphony No.4 The Inextinguishable.
Programme. Programme notes. Photographs. Ads.
16-page brochure.  13.7 cm x 21.4 cm.
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Saturday 25th June, 1960
Royal Philharmonic Hall, London.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat Op.73 Emperor
Liszt: Piano Concerto No.1 in E flat
Guest Conductor: HUGO RIGNOLD.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mendelssohn's Overture 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'
& Dvorák's Symphonic Variations on an Original Theme.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Orchestral notes. Ads.
16-page brochure.  14.1 cm x 21.7 cm.
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Wednesday 20th July, 1960
Theatre-Concert Hall, Tanglewood, Massachusetts.
Berkshire Festival 1960.
An all-Chopin recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Fantasy in F minor Op.49
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Ballade No.4 in F minor Op.52
Scherzo No.4 in E major Op.54
Sonata in B minor Op.58
Intermission
Twenty-four Préludes Op.28
*[Originally advertised, but deleted from actual performance]
Prospectus with programmes for 'Six Concerts of Chamber Music'.
Insert for Mr. Arrau's recital, with programme and programme notes by J.N.B.
Four-page, two folded sheet (plus one sheet insert).  18.8 cm x 26.4 cm.
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Saturday 23rd July, 1960
Berkshire Festival at Tanglewood, Boston.
Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Concerto No.5 in E flat major for Pianoforte and Orchestra Op.73 Emperor
Conductor: PIERRE MONTEUX.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Cherubini's Overture to Anacréon, Respighi's Fountain of Rome Symphonic Poem
& R.Strauss's Till Eulenspiegel´s Merry Pranks Op.28.
Programme. Programme notes. Other programmes.
Musicians's short biographical notes. Members of the Orchestra. Ads.
12-page brochure.  16.8 cm x 26.4 cm.
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Monday 1st August, 1960
Asociación Wagneriana de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
48th Arts Season.   Gran Teatro Broadway.  Buenos Aires.
Recital de Piano:   CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata en Re mayor Op.10 No.3
Schumann: Carnaval Op.9
Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit
Liszt: Dos estudios de ejecución transcendental - No.11 y No.10
Programme. Programme notes by Carlos Suffern. Ads.
12-page brochure. 15.5 cm x 22.8 cm.
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Monday 8th August, 1960
Teatro Colón. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Duodécimo Concierto de Abono.
Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 Op.15
Conductor: JUAN JOSÉ CASTRO.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart, La flauta mágica.  Ravel, Ma mère l'oye.  Britten, Cuatro interludios del mar.
Programme. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
16-page brochure. 15.5 cm x 22.8 cm.
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Wednesday 24th August, 1960
Edinburgh International Festival.
Usher Hall, Edinburgh.
Philharmonia Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.1 in C major Op.15
Conductor: CARLO MARIA GIULINI.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart's Symphony No.39 K.543 & Brahms's Symphony No.1 Op.68
Programme notes. Brief biographical notes.
Orchestra's personnel. Ads.
12-page brochure.  12.9 cm x 20.3 cm.
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Friday 26th August, 1960
Edinburgh International Festival.
Usher Hall. Edinburgh.
Piano Recital. Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata quasi una fantasia in E flat major Op.27 No.1
Schumann: Kreisleriana Op.16
Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit
Smetana: Sketch to a scene from Shakespeare
Liszt: Concert Study No.2, Gnomenreigen
Liszt: Etude d'execution transcendante in F minor, No.2
Complete 1960 festival souvenir programme.
84-page booklet.
  18.1 cm x 25.6 cm.
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Tuesday 18th October, 1960
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society, London.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Third Subscription Concert.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 in G Op.58
Conductor: JOHN PRITCHARD.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Hindemith's Symphony Mathis der Maler,
Mozart's Symphony No.38 in D K.504 Prague &
Enesco's Roumanian Rhapsody No.1 in A Op.11.
Programme. Programme notes. Concert list. Ads.
16-page brochure.  14.0 cm x21.7 cm.
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Friday 4th November, 1960
Associazione Amici della Musica Perugia. Umbria. Italia.
XVI Anno Dalla Fondazione Sala Maggiore, Galleria Nazionale dell' Umbria.
Concerto Inaugurale  della Stagione.
Piano Recital by CLAUDIO ARRAU.
> Schumann: Fantasia op.17 in do maggiore
> Chopin: 24 Preludi op.28
Intervallo
> Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit (Tre ballate poetiche di Luis Bertrand)
> Liszt: Due studi -
No.2 dei 'Sei* Studi da concerto' in fa diesis minore.
No.10 dei 'Dodici Studi trascendentali' in fa minore.
Programme. Programme notes. Forthcoming concerto.
16-page brochure. 12.5 cm x 16.6 cm.
> Item autographed by Claudio Arrau <
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Monday 12th June, 1961
Royal Exchange Large Hall, Stockholm, Sweden.
Stockholm Festspel 1961.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Sonata in D major K.576
Beethoven: Sonata No.13 in E flat major Op.27 No.1. Sonata quasi una fantasia
Intermission
Beethoven: Sonata No.14 in C sharp minor Op.27 No.2 Moonlight Sonata quasi una fantasia
Schumann: Carnival Op.9
Programme. Very brief biographical notes. Photograph. Ads.
Prospectus with all programmes for the Festival.
96-page booklet.  12.4 cm x 19.1 cm.
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Friday 16th June. 1961
Royal Festival Hall, London.
International Celebrity Concert.
London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.2 Op.21
Grieg: Piano Concerto op.16
Interval
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 Emperor
Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Programme. programme notes by Robin golding. Photographs.
Ads. Orchestral personnel. Forthcoming Arrau concert.
16-page brochure.  14.0 cm x 21.7 cm.
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Tuesday 27th & Wednesday 28th March, 1962
Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester, Berlin.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1
Conductor: COLIN DAVIS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart's Prague Symphony & Tippet's Konzert für Doppelstreichorchester.
1961/62 Berlin Philharmonic's Concert Prospectus. Ads.
40-page booklet.  17.2 cm x 18.0 cm.
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Wednesday 6th June, 1962
Royal Festival Hall, London.
International Celebrity Recital.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Sonata in D K.576
Brahms: Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel Op.24
Interval
Debussy: Twelve Préludes, Book 1
Liszt: Étude d'exécution transcendante No.11 in D flat Harmonies du soir
Liszt:
Étude d'exécution transcendante No.10 in F minor
Programme. Brief biographical notes. Photograph. Programme notes. Ads.
16-page brochure. 14.1 cm x 21.8 cm.
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Thursday 21st June, 1962
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor Op.37
Weber: Konzertstück Op.79
Liszt: Totentanz
Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
The programme commenced with Elgar's Introduction and Allegro for Strings Op.47.
Mr. Arrau played in aid of the United Nations Association.
Programme. Programme notes. Photograph.
20-page booklet.  13.9 cm x 21.5 cm.
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Monday 30th July, 1962
Sydney Town Hall, Australia.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Piano Sonata in D major K.576
Brahms: Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Handel Op.24
Debussy: Twelve Préludes, Book 1
Debussy: Lísle joyeuse
Programme notes. Cover page photograph.
20-page booklet.  15.7 cm x 24.1 cm.
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Sunday 14th October, 1962
Her Majesty's Theatre, [Quebec, Canada]
An all-Beethoven recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.26 in E flat major Op.81a Les adieux
Sonata No.31 in A flat major Op.110
Intermission
Sonata No.7 in D major Op.10 No.3
Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Programme. Cover page photograph. Ads.
Two-folded sheet.  15.2 cm x 23.5 cm.
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Sunday 8th December, 1962
Philharmonic Hall, Lincoln Centre, New York.
Grand Beethoven Piano Sonata Cycle.
Recital  V.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.12 in A flat major Op.26
Sonata No.7 in D major Op.10 No.3
Sonata No.24 in F sharp major Op.78
Sonata No.6 in F major Op.10 No.2
Sonata No.8 in C minor Op.13 Pathétique
Philharmonic Hall Program 1962-1963, New York.
Programme notes. Three photographs.
Interview of Arrau on Beethoven's significance, by Everett Helm.
Arrau's brief appreciation of Beethoven's solo piano sonatas.
Central Chapter, Page A.
Magazine format.  28.0 cm x 20.7 cm.
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Friday 14th December, 1962
Philharmonic Hall, Lincoln Centre, New York.
Grand Beethoven Piano Sonata Cycle.
Recital  VI.
Soloist; CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.5 in C minor op.10 No.1
Sonata No.16 in G major Op.31 No.1
Sonata No.15 in D major Op.28 Pastorale
Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Philharmonia Hall Programme 1962-1963, New York.
Programme notes. Three photographs.
Interview of Arrau on Beethoven's significance, by Everett Helm.
Arrau's brief appreciation of Beethoven's solo piano sonatas.
Central Chapter, Page F.
Magazine format.  28.0 cm x 20.7 cm.
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Monday 11th & Tuesday 12th February, 1963
Seattle Opera House.
Seattle Symphony Orchestra.
Chopin: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.1 Op.11
Liszt: Totentanz (Paraphrase on the 'Dies Irae' for pianoforte and orchestra)
Conductor and Musical Director: MILTON KATIMS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Piston's Symphonic Prelude &
Berlioz's excerpts from the Dramatic Symphony 'Romeo and Juliet'.
Programme notes. Photographs. Ads.
16-page brochure.  15.2 cm x 22.9 cm.
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Wednesdays 5th & 12th, and Thursdays 20th & 27th June, 1963
Royal Festival Hall, London.
>  5th June:
Philharmonia Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 Op.83
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 Op.15
Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
>  12th June:
Philharmonia Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.1 Op.15
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 Op.58
Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
>  20th June:
All-Beethoven piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.13 Op.27 No.1
Sonata No.14 Op.27 No.2 Moonlight
Sonata No.28 Op.101
Sonata No.30 Op.109
sonata No.32 Op.111
>  27th June:
All-Chopin piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Fantasy Op.49
Ballade Op.47
Ballade Op.52
Sonata Op.58
Barcarolle Op.60
Polonaise-Fantaisie Op.61
Nocturne Op.62 No.1
Scherzo Op.54
Two-folded flyer.  22.9 cm x 10.3 cm.
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Wednesday 5th June, 1963
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Philharmonia Orchestra.
An all-Brahms programme:
Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat Op.83
Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor Op.15
Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Academic Festival Overture Op.80.
Programme. Programme notes by Robin Golding. Photographs. Ads.
Forthcoming appearances by Claudio Arrau at the Royal Festival Hall
on 12th, 20th & 27th June.
20-page booklet. 13.9 cm x 21.5 cm.
Item autographed by Claudio Arrau  <
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Saturday 15th June, 1963
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society.
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall's Summer Series.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 Op.73 Emperor
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 Op.83
Conductor: CHARLES GROVES.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Handel's Overture 'Samson'.
Programme. Programme notes by A.K.H. Photographs. Ads.
12-page brochure.   14.1 cm x 20.6 cm.
Item autographed by Claudio Arrau  <
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Thursday 20th June, 1963
Royal Festival Hall, London.
An all-Beethoven recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.13 in E flat major Op.27 No.1
Sonata No.14 in C sharp minor Op.27 No.2 Moonlight
Sonata No.28 in A major Op.101
Sonata No.30 in E major Op.109
Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111

Programme. Programme notes by William Mann.
Photograph. Brief biolgraphical notes. Ads.
20-page booklet. 
14.0 cm x 21.3 cm.
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Thursday 27th June, 1963
Royal Festival Hall, London.
An all-Chopin recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Fantaisie Op.49
Ballade Op.47
Ballade Op.52
Sonata Op.58
Barcarolle Op.60
Polonaise-Fantaisie Op.61
Nocturne Op.62 No.1
Scherzo Op.54
Programme notes. Photographs of Arrau.
16-page brochure. 14.0 cm x 21.4 cm.
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Saturday 31st August, 1963
Festival Internacional de Música do Rio de Janeiro. Agôsto-Setembro, 1963.
Teatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Orquestra Filarmonia de Londres
Brahms: Concêrto para piano e orquestra No.2 Op.83
Conductor: Sir JOHN BARBIROLLI.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Rossini's La gazza ladra overture & Debussy's La mer.
Programme. Orchestral notes. Brief biographical notes. Organizors. Ads.
20-page booklet. 16.2 cm x 23.1 cm.
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Saturday 7th September, 1963
Internationale Musik-Festwochen Luzern.
Kunshaus, Switzerland.
Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester.
Schumann: Konzert für Klavier und Orchester a-moll Op.54
Conductor: ANDRÉ CLUYTENS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Haydn's Symphony No.96 & Moussorgsky's 'Pictures at an Exhibition'.
Prospectus with all programmes for the 14 Aug - 14 Sept 1963 period.
Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Photographs. Ads.
Orchestral and ensemble staff members.
120-page book.  12.9 cm x 21.5 cm.
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Tuesday 12th, Saturday 16th & Saturday 23rd November, 1963
As part of the Beethoven Festival 1963.
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Philharmonia Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concertos Nos. 3, 4 & 5
Conductor: OTTO KLEMPERER.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Other Beethoven Festival works:
Symphonies, Piano Sonatas, Concerto for violin, cello and piano & Missa Solemnis.
Programmes. Programme notes by William Mann (et al).
Photographs of all musicians. Next season programme.
44-page booklet.  22.9 cm x 30.6 cm.
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Wednesday 20th November, 1963
Bushnel Memorial Auditorium.
Hartford Symphony Orchestra. Connecticut.
Musical Director: FRITZ MAHLER.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Photographs.
Columbia Artists Management Inc, New York.
Flier.  17.8 cm x 25.9 cm.
§
  1964
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Wednesday 14th March, 1964
Philharmonic Hall, Lincoln Centre, New York.
An all-Mozart recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Sonata in G major K.283
Sonata in A minor K.310
II
Fantaisie in C minor K.475
Sonata in C minor K.457
Intermission
III
Sonata in B flat major K.570
Sonata in D major K.576
Programme. Programme notes by Claudio Arrau. Photographs.
Brief biographical notes. Essays. Ads.
60-page Philharmonic Hall magazine.  20.5 cm x 27.8 cm.
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Thursday 4th June, 1964
Royal Albert Hall, London.
New Philharmonia Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.1 in C Op.15
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor Op.37
Interval
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat Op.83
Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Programme. Programme notes. Photographs. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
20-page booklet.  13.9 cm x 21.2 cm.
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Saturday 6th June, 1964
Assembly Rooms, Bath, UK.
Bath Festival Orchestra.
Mozart: Piano Concerto No.16 in D major K.451
Conductor: YEHUDI MENUHIN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Haydn's Symphony No.44 in E minor Trauer
& Mozart's Haffner Serenade in D major K.250.
Festival Souvenir Programme, 3rd to 14th June. Concert programmes.
Programme notes. Photographs. Brief biographical notes. Short essays. Ads.
72-page booklet.  20.2 cm x 25.0 cm.
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Wednesday 8th July, 1964
Guildhall of London.
Festival of the City of London.
English Chamber Orchestra.
Mozart: Piano Concerto No.15 in B flat major K.450
Conductor: JOHN PRITCHARD.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Purcell's Chaconne in G minor,  Birtwistle's Three Movements with Fanfare
& Haydn's Symphony No.95 in C minor.
Festival of the City of London Souvenir Programme 1964.
Programme. Programme notes. Photographs.
72-page booklet (Page 33).  21.7 cm x 28.0 cm.
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Friday 6th & Saturday 7th November, 1964
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, and Concert Hall, Glasgow, respectively. Scotland.
Scottish National Orchestra.
1964-65 Season Series B.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 in G major Op.58
Conductor: ALEXANDER GIBSON.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Overture 'Leonore No.3' Op.72b & Stravinsky's 'The Rite of Spring'.
Prospectus of the Season. Programmes. Photographs.
Brief biographical notes. Orchestral notes. Ads.
64-page booklet.  14.0 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Sunday 8th November, 1964
Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England.
Hallé Concerts Society's 107th Season.
Hallé Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat
Conductor: FRANCESCO MANDER.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Vivaldi's concerto Grosso in A minor &
Moussorgsky-Ravel's 'Pictures from an Exhibition'.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Orchestral notes. Ads.
20-page booklet.  13.9 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Sunday 8th November, 1964
Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England.
Hallé Season 1964-65.
Hallé Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat
Conductor: FRANCESCO MANDER.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Vivaldi's Concerto Grosso in A minor &
Moussorgsky-Ravel's 'Pictures from an Exhibition'.
Prospectus. Season's programmes. Articles. Orchestral notes. Photographs. Ads.
68-page booklet.  14.1 cm x 21.5 cm.
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Tuesday 10th November, 1964
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor Op.15
Conductor: CHARLES GROVES.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
The programme commenced with Haydn's Symphony No.102 in B flat
& Britten's Sinfonia da Requiem Op.20.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Orchestral notes. Ads.
16-page brochure.  14.5 cm x 21.8 cm.
§
  1965
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Saturday 6th and Saturday 27th February, [1965]
Carnegie Hall, New York.
Two recitals.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Columbia Artists Management Inc. New York.
Flier.  19.3 cm x 27.5 cm.
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Tuesdays 16th & 23rd February, and Wednesday 3rd March, 1965
Philharmonic Hall, [Lincoln Centre], New York.
Piano recitals.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
>  Tuesday 16th: All-Beethoven.
>  Tuesday 23rd: Mozart, Schubert.
>  Wednesday 3rd: Brahms, Schumann, Debussy.
Ticket Order Form.
Four-folded sheet.  22.8 cm x 10.0 cm.
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Tuesday 23rd February, 1965
Philharmonic Hall, Lincoln Centre, New York.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.18 Op.31 No.3 La chasse
Schubert: Sonata Op.posth D.960
Intermission
Mozart: Adagio in B minor K.540
Beethoven: Sonata No.21 Op.53 Waldstein
Philharmonic Hall Program 1964-65, New York.
Central Chapter, pages A and F.
Magazine format.  28.0 cm x 20.7 cm.
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Thursday 3rd June, 1965
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.18 Op.31 No.3 La chasse
Schubert: Sonata Op.posth. D.960
Intermission
Mozart: Adagio in B minor K.540
Beethoven: Sonata No.21 Op.53 Waldstein
Programme. Programme notes. Ads. Forthcoming programmes.
16-page brochure.  14.0 cm x 21.5 cm.
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Sunday 20th June, 1965
LSO International Series.
Royal Festival Hall.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Liszt: Piano Concerto No.2 in A
Strauss: Burlesque in D minor
Conductor: COLIN DAVIS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Stravinsky's Symphony in C & Sibelius's Symphony No.3 in C.
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Sunday 27th June, 1965
LSO International Series.
Royal Festival Hall.
London Symphony Orchestra.

Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat The Emperor
Conductor: COLIN DAVIS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Tippet's Symphony No.2 & Berlioz's Harold in Italy.
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Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Photographs. Ads.
24-page booklet.  20.5 cm x 18.6 cm.
Item autographed by Claudio Arrau  <
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Sunday 27th June, 1965
LSO International Series 1964-65.
Royal Festival Hall.
London Symphony Orchestra.

Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat The Emperor
Conductor: COLIN DAVIS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Tippet's Symphony No.2 & Berlioz's Harold in Italy.

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Programme. Programme notes by D.C. (et al).
Brief biographical notes. Orchestral notes. Photographs. Ads.
28-page booklet. 20.3 cm x 18.7 cm.
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Sunday 1st August, 1965
Teatro Colón. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
'Amigos de la Música'.  19th Season.  First Subscription Concert.
Beethoven: Concierto para piano y orquesta No.1 en Do mayor Op.15
Beethoven: Concierto para piano y orquesta No.5 Emperador en Mi bemol mayor Op.73
Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional.  Director: TEODORO FUCHS.  Solista: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus Obertura Leonora No.3 Op.72
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
28-page booklet. 16.1 cm x 23.3 cm.
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Tuesday 3rd August, 1965
Asociación Wagneriana de Buenos Aires.
53a. Temporada de Conciertos 1965.
Teatro Gran Rex.
Recital de piano por CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Transmitido por LRA Radio Nacional.
I
Beethoven: Sonata No.7 en Re mayor Op.10 No.3
Schubert: Drei Klavierstücke (obra póstuma) *
II
Debussy: Estampes - Pagodes. Soirée dans Grenade. Jardins sous la pluie.
Debussy: Lísle joyeuse
Liszt: Estudio de ejecución trascendental No.11 Harmonies du soir
Liszt: Estudio de ejecución trascendental No.10 en Fa menor
` [Replaced with Beethoven's Piano Sonata No.32 en Do menor op.111]
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Programme. Programme notes by Jorge Óscar Pickenhayn. Association notes. Ads.
16-page brochure, plus programme modification sheet.  15.7 cm x 23.0 cm.
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Sunday 8th August, 1965
Teatro Colón. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
'Amigos de la Música'.  19th Season.  Third Concert.
Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional.
Beethoven: Concierto para piano y orquesta No.2 en Si bemol mayor Op.19
Beethoven: Concierto para piano y orquesta No.3 en Do mayor Op.37
Director: TEODORO FUCHS.  Solista: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus Obertura Egmont Op.84.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
28-page booklet. 16.0 cm x 23.3 cm.
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Saturday 14th August, 1965
Teatro Colón. Buanos Aires. Argentina.
1965 Official Season. Sixth Subscription Recital.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Beethoven: Sonata No.8 en Do menor Op.13 Patética
Schubert: Sonata en Si bemol mayor Op. póstuma
II
Mozart: Adagio en Si menor K.540
Beethoven: Sonata No.21 en Do mayor Op.53 Waldstein
Programme. Programme notes by Alicia Terzian. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
Eight-page brochure.  15.5.cm x 22.8 cm.
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Sunday 15th August, 1965
Teatro Colón. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
'Amigos de la Música'.  19th Season.  Fourth Concert.
Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional.

Beethoven: Fantasía Coral para piano, coro y orquesta Op.80
Beethoven: Concierto para piano y orquesta No.4 en Sol mayor Op.58
Director: TEODORO FUCHS.  Solista: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Obertura La Consagración de la Casa Op.124.

Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
28-page booklet. 16.2 cm x 23.5 cm.
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Sunday 15th August, 1965
Teatro Colón. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
'Asociación Amigos de la Música'. Festival Beethoven. 
Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional.

Beethoven: Fantasía para piano, coro y orquesta Op.80
Beethoven: Concierto No.4 en Sol mayor Op.58
Director: TEODORO FUCHS.  Solista: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Obertura La Consagración de la Casa Op.124.

Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
28-page booklet. 15.9 cm x 22.9 cm.
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Monday 6th September, 1965
Edinburgh International Festival, Scotland
Usher Hall
New Philharmonia Orchestra.
Beethoven: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.5 Op.73 The Emperor
Conductor: Sir JOHN BARBIROLLI.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Elgar's Introduction and Allegro for Strings & Nielsen's Symphony No.5.
Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Ads. Orchestra personnel.
16-page brochure.  12.7 cm x 20.3 cm.
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Wednesday 8th September, 1965
Edinburgh International Festival, Scotland
Usher Hall
BBC Scottish Orchestra.
Broadcast.
Brahms: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No.1 in D minor
Conductor: NORMAN DEL MAR.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Busoni's 'Comedy Overture' Op.38 & Tippett's Symphony No.1.
Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Orchestra personnel. Ads.
12-page brochure.  12.7 cm x 20.3 cm.
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  1966
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Sunday 5th, Saturday 11th & Thursday 16th June, 1966
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society.
Beethoven Concerto Cycle and Fantasia.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.  Liverpool Philharmonic Choir.
Conductor: CHARLES GROVES.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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>  5th June at 7:30 pm:
Berlioz: Overture 'King Lear'
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.1 in C
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat Emperor
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>  11th June at 7:30 pm:
Beethoven: Overture 'Leonore No.2'.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat
Beethoven: Rondino for Wind Instruments
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 in G
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>  16th June at 7:30 pm:
Elgar: Overture 'Cockaigne'
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor
Schubert: Symphony No.5 in B flat
Beethoven: Fantasia for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra
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Cover photograph. Brief biographical notes. Programmes. Programme notes. Ads.
24-page booklet.  17.2 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Monday 13th June, 1966
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Conductor: CHARLES GROVES.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
An all-Beethoven Concert:
Overture 'Eleonor No.2'
Piano Concerto No.4 in G Op.58
Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat Op.73 Emperor
Cover photograph. Inner photographs. Brief biographical notes.
Programme. Programme notes. Orchestral notes. Ads.
20-page booklet.  17.8 cm x 23.4 cm.
§
  1967
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Wednesdat 1st March, 1967
Carnegie Hall's Diamond Jubilee, 75th Season, New York.
Three Beethoven Piano Sonata Evenings.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Second Evening:
Sonata No.1 in F minor Op.2 No.1
Sonata No.18 in E flat major Op.31 No.3 La chasse
Sonata No.30 in E major Op.109
Intermission
Sonata No.2 in A major Op.2 No.2
Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Programme notes. Notes on the performer. Ads.
24-page booklet.  21.1 cm x 27.4 cm.
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March, 1967
Carnegie Hall's Diamond Jubilee, 75th Season 1966-67, New York.
Three Beethoven Piano Sonata Evenings.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Announcing Claudio Arrau's Third Evening of the series on 19th March.
[This is a brochure for soprano Lucia Pop's programme on 6th March 1967, with
the visiting London Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall, under Istvan Kertes,
interpreting Mahler's Symphony No.4, plus works by Bartók and Mozart]
Artists' notes. Orchestral notes. Ads. Season's programme outlines.
24-page booklet.  21.1 cm x 27.6 cm.
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Sunday 19th March, 1967
Carnegie Hall's Diamond Jubilee, 75th Season, New York.
Three Beethoven Piano Sonata Evenings.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Third Evening:
Sonata No.3 in C major Op.2 No.3
Sonata No.31 in A flat major Op.110
Intermission
Sonata No.13 quasi una fantasia in E flat major Op.27 No.1
Sonata No.14 in C sharp minor Op.27 No.2 Moonlight
Sonata No.21 in C major Op.53 Waldstein
Programme notes. Performer's notes. Ads.
24-page booklet.  21.1 cm x 27.4 cm.
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Thursday 13th April, 1967
Royal Festival Hall, London.
New Philharmonia Orchestra.
Schumann: Piano Concerto in A minor Op.54
Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Overture 'Leonore No.3' &
Schubert's Symphony No.9 in C major The Great.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Ads. Forthcoming concerts.
16-page brochure.  18.2 cm x 24.1 cm.
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Thursday 25th May, 1967
LSO International Series 1966-67.
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor Op.15
Conductor: SEIJI OZAWA.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart's Symphony No.32 in G K.318 & Prokofieff's Symphony No.5 in B flat Op.100.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Photographs. Ads.
Orchestral notes by Robin Golding. Article. Forthcoming performances.
24-page booklet.  21.2 cm x 19.1 cm.
Item autographed by Claudio Arrau and Seiji Ozawa  <
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Sunday 28th May, 1967
LSO International Series 1966-67.
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.1 in E minor Op.11
Conductor: SEIJI OZAWA.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Berlioz's 'Le Carnaval Romain' Op.9,  Carrillo's 'Horizontes'
& Respighi's 'The Pines of Rome'.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Photographs.
Ads. Orchestral notes. Article. Forthcoming concerts.
24-page booklet.  21.1 cm x 19.1 cm.
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Wednesday 7th June, 1967
Casals Festival 1967.
Teatro de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, San Juan.
Fifth Sesion:
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Rondó en sol mayor Op.51 No.2
Beethoven: Sonata No.30 en mi mayor Op.109
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 en do menor Op.111
Liszt: Soneto 123 del Petrarca
Liszt: Les jeux d'eau à la villa d'Este
Liszt: Estudio de ejecución transcendente No.10 en fa menor
Chopin: Polonesa-fantasía en la bemol mayor Op.61
Chopin: Nocturno en si mayor Op.62 No.1
Chopin: Scherzo No.4 en mi mayor Op.54
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Thursday 8th June, 1967
Casals Festival 1967.
Teatro de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, San Juan.
Sixth Session:
Casals Festival Orchestra.
Beethoven: Concierto No.3 en do menor para piano y orquesta Op.37
Liszt: Concierto No.2 en la mayor para piano y orquesta
Conductor: VÍCTOR TEVAH.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: R.Strauss's 'Don Juan' symphonic poem & Wagner's 'The Master Singers' (three parts).
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Prospectus with all nine Festival sessions, their programmes, programmes notes,
musicians, brief biographicl notes, photographs, orchestral notes, festival notes, ads.
82-page book.  16.5 cm x 23.9 cm.
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Saturday 15th July, 1967
Buenos Aires City Council, Argentina.
Teatro Colón 1967 Season
Piano Recital by CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Beethoven: Sonata No.3 en Do mayor Op.2 No.3
Beethoven: Quince variaciones y fuga Op.35
II
Debussy: Images (1er cuaderno) -
Reflets dans l'éau. Hommage à Rameau. Mouvement.
Chopin: Balada No.3 en La bemol mayor Op.47
Chopin: Balada No.4 en Fa menor Op.52
Chopin: Scherzo No.1 en Si menor Op.20

Programme. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
12-page brochure.   15.9 cm x 22.9 cm.
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Sunday 16th July, 1967
Buenos Aires City Council, Argentina.
Teatro Colón 1967 Season.
The Friends of Music Association Orchestra.

Chopin: Concierto para piano y orquesta No.2 en fa menor Op.21
Chopin: Concierto para piano y orquesta No.1 en mi menor Op.11
Conductor: JULIO MALAVAL.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart's 'Don Juan' Overture & Mendelssohn's 'Fingal Cave Overture'.
Programme. Programme notes by Pola Suárez Urtubey.
Brief biographical notes. Photographs. Ad.
Six-page brochure.  15.6 cm x 22.8 cm.
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Tuesday 22nd August, 1967
Henry Wood Promenade Concerts. 73rd Season.
Royal Albert Hall, London.
BBC Symphony Orchestra.
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Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor
Conductor: Sir MALCOLM SARGENT*.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart's Overture 'The Magic Flute', Beethoven's Symphony No.4,
and, conducted by Frederik Prausnitz, Gerhard's Symphony No.3 'Collages'.
Complete season's prospectus. Programmes. Ads.
73rd season's orchestras, conductors, musicians, repertoire.
40-page booklet. 13.3 cm x 20.8 cm.
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Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor
Conductor: COLIN DAVIS*.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart's Overture 'The Magic Flute', Beethoven's Symphony No.4,
and, conducted by Frederik Prausnitz, Gerhard's Symphony No.3 'Collages'.

Programme. Programme notes by Mosco Carner. Brief biographical notes.
Forthcoming events. Orchestral staff. Ads.
12-page brochure. 13.2 cm x 24.0 cm.
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*[Note discrepancy between prospectus and actual programme]
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Friday 25th August, 1967
Edinburgh International Festival.
Ussher Hall, Scotland.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Eroica Variations Op.35
Mozart: Fantasy and Sonata in C minor K.475 & K.457
Debussy: Estampes (complete)
Chopin: Scherzo in B minor Op.20
Chopin: Nocturne in C sharp minor Op.27 No.1
Chopin: Allegro de concert Op.46
Programme. Programme notes by Conrad Wilson. Ad.
12-page brochure.  10.2 cm x 25.4 cm.
§
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Thursday 29th February, 1968
Mexico'68.  Programa Cultural de la XIX Olimpiada.
Teatro de Bellas Artes, Mexico City.
Piano recital by CLAUDIO ARRAU.
I
Beethoven: Fifteen Variations and Fugue Op.35 Eroica
II
Schumann: Fantasy in C major Op.17
Intermission
III
Debussy: Images (1st Book): Reflets dans l'eau. Homagge à Rameau. Mouvement.
IV
Chopin: Ballade No.3 in A major Op.47
Chopin: Ballade No.4 in F minor Op.52
Chopin: Scherzo No.1 in B minor Op.20
Programme. Biographical notes extracted from an article by Cecil M. Smith.
Photos. Drawings. Other events in the Cultural Programme.
20-page booklet in French, English & Spanish.  25.1 cm x 25.2 cm.
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Tuesday 23rd April, 1968
Abonnementsfreies Konzert, Philharmonie, Berlin.
Berliner Philharminisches Orchester.
Weber: Konzerstück für Klavier und Orchester f-moll Op.79
Schumann: Konzert für Klavier und Orchester a-moll Op.54
Dirigent: GERD ALBRECHT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mendelssohn's Symphony Nr.III & Schumann's Overture 'Manfred' Op.115.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes.
Four-page folded sheet.  16.7 cm x 23.8 cm.
Item autographed by Claudio Arrau and Gerd Albrecht  <
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The Twenty-First Aldeburgh Festival 1968
In the Maltings, Snape Concert Hall, Suffolk, UK.
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Friday 14th June, 1968
Four Voices, Four Hands.

Brahms: Liebeslieder Walzer Op.52

H. Harper (soprano), J. Baker (contralto), P.Pears (tenor), T.Hemsley (baritone).
Piano duo: BENJAMIN BRITTEN   &  CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Purcell's 'Songs of Love & Hate' & Britten's 'Canticle II: Abraham and Isaac Op.51.
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Sunday 16th June, 1968
Chamber Music.
Brahms: Quintet in F minor for Piano and Strings Op.34
Performers: CLAUDIO ARRAU  &  THE AMADEUS QUARTET.
Plus: Schubert's String Quartet in B flat D.112 &
Mozart's Duo in B flat for Violin and Viola K.424.
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Saturday 22nd June, 1968
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Schubert: Two Impromptus from D.946
Schubert: Fantasia in C major D.760 The Wanderer
Interval
Satie: Sports et Divertissements
Debussy: Suite Estampes
Poulenc: Suite Napoli
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Complete Festival prospectus. Programmes. Programme notes.
Articles. Photographs. Indexes. Ads. Services.
128-page book. 18.3 cm x 24.2 cm
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Tuesday 25th June, 1968
LSO 54th International Series 1967-68.
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat
Conductor: GENNADI  ROZHDESTVENSKY.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Prokofiev's 'Elexander Nevsky' Cantata,
with messo-soprano Jean Allister and the LSO Chorus.
Programme. Programme notes by Christopher Grier. Brief biographical notes.
Orchestral notes. Ads. Forthcoming concerts.
24-page brochure.  21.4 cm x 19.1 cm.
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Tuesday 3rd September, 1968
Sydney Town Hall, Australia.
Piano recital. Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.30 Op.109
Schumann: Fantasy in C minor Op.17
Chopin: Twenty-four Préludes Op.28
Programme notes. Photograph.
24-page booklet.  15.2 cm x 24.1 cm.
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  1969
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Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th March, 1969
Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien, Austria.
Wiener Symphoniker.
Brahms: Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Nr.1 d-moll Opus 15.
Dirigent: JOSEF KRIPS.  Solist: CLAUDO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven Symphonie Es-Dur Opus 55 Eroica.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Photographs.
Programmes for March/April.
10-page brochure.  15.0cm x 21.2 cm.
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Sunday 4th, Thursday 8th & Sunday 11th May, 1969
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concertos Nos. 3, 4 & 5, respectively
Conductor: BERNARD HAITINK.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Music on the South Bank's prospectus with all programmes for May.
24-page booklet.  8.7 cm x 21.0 cm.
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Sunday 4th May, 1969
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3
Conductor: BERNARD HAITINK.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Schubert's 'Overture in the Italian Style' & Tchaikovsky's Symphony No.4.
Programme broadcast by the BBC.
Concert programme. Programme notes, Photographs. Ads.
20-page booklet.  21.4 cm 17.6 cm.
>  Item autographed by Claudio Arrau & Bernard Haitink  <
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Thursday 8th May, 1969
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4
Conductor: BERNARD HAITINK.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Bruckner's Symphony No.9 in D minor.
Programme broadcast by the BBC.
Concert programme. Programme notes. Photographs. Ads.
20-page booklet.  24.1 cm x 17.6 cm.
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Sunday 11th May, 1969
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 The Emperor
Conductor: BERNARD HAITINK.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Shostakovitch's Symphony No.4.
Programme broadcast by the BBC.
Concert programme. Programme notes. Photographs. Ads.
20-page booklet.  24.1 cm x 17.6 cm.
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Tuesday 17th June, 1969
Royal Festival Hall, London.
LSO International Series 1968-69.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat
Conductor: ANTAL DORATI.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Brahms's Symphony No.1 in C minor.
Programme. Programme notes by Noel Goodwin.
Brief biographical notes. Photographs. Orchestral notes. Ads.
24-page booklet.  21.5 cm x 18.1 cm.
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Tuesday 1st July, 1969
Royal Festival Hall, London.
New Philharmonia Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor Op.15
Conductor: DANIEL BARENBOIM.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Symphony No.3 in E flat major Op.55 Eroica.
Programme. Programme notes by William Mann.
Brief biographical notes. Photographs. Orchestral notes. Ads.
24-page booklet.  18.4 cm x 24.2 cm.
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Saturday 6th September, 1969
Edinburgh International Festival.
Usher Hall, Scotland.
Scottish National Orchestra.
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.1 in E minor Op.11
Conductor: Sir JOHN BARBIROLLI.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: G.F. Malipiero's 'Sinfonia delle Campane' & Sibelius's Symphony No.5.
Programme notes. Orchestral notes. Ad.
12-page brochure.  10.3 cm x 25.4 cm.
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Monday 8th September, 1969
Edinburgh International Festival 1969.
Usher Hall, Scotland.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Sonata in D major K.576
Schumann: Fantasy in C major Op.17
Interval
Debussy: Pour le piano
Liszt: Ballade in B minor No.2
Liszt: Étude d'exécution transcendante No.11
Liszt: Étude d'exécution transcendante No.10
Programme. Programme notes by Peter Williams.
12-page brochure.  10.5 cm x 25.4 cm.
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Saturday 6th and Monday 8th September, 1969
Edinburgh International Festival 1969.
Usher Hall, Scotland.
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Scottish National Orchestra.
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.1 in E minor Op.11
Conductor: Sir JOHN BARBIROLLI.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: G.F. Malipiero's 'Sinfonia delle Campane' & Sibelius's Symphony No.5.
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Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Sonata in D major K.576
Schumann: Fantasy in C major Op.17
Debussy: Pour le piano
Liszt: Ballade No.2 in B minor
Liszt: Étude d'exécution transcendante No.11
Liszt: Étude d'exécution transcendante No.10
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Festival souvenir prospectus. Programme schedule. Photographs. Information.
104-page book.  21.1 cm x 29.9 cm.
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Wednesday 15th October, 1969
The Royal Philharmonic Society's 158th Season - First Concert Series.
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Schumann: Piano Concerto in A minor Op.54
Strauss: Burlesque in D minor for Piano and Orchestra
Conductor: ANDRÉ PREVIN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Schubert's Overture No.2 in C major 'In the Italian Style'
& Vaughan Williams's Symphony No.4 in F minor.
Programme. Programme notes by John F. Waterhouse.
Society's membership. Orchestral personnel. Photographs. Ads.
20-page booklet.  14.0 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Friday 10th April, 1970
Pro-Musica Zyklus in der Philharmonie, Berlin.
An all-Beethoven recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonate Nr.4 Es-dur Op.7
Sonate Nr.26 Es-dur Op.81a Les adieux
Sonate Nr.30 E-dur Op.109
Sonate Nr.32 c-moll Op.111
Programme.
Four-page folded sheet.  14.9 cm x 21.0 cm.
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Thrusday 23rd - Saturday 25th April, 1970
International Festival of Visiting Orchestras.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra at the Carnegie Hall, New York.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU, Steinway piano.
Photographs.  CAMI Columbia Artists Management Inc.
Fier.  17.8 cm x 26.0 cm.
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Sunday 17th May, 1970
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4
Conductor: GENNADI ROZHDESTVENSKY.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Music on the South Bank's prospectus with all programmes for May.
24-page booklet. 8.3 cm x 21.0 cm.
> Superseded, see below <
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Sunday 17th May, 1970
Snape Maltings Rebuilding Fund.  The Aldeburgh Festival.
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4
Conductor: ANDRÉ PREVIN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Festival notes. Ads. Photographs.
36-page booklet. 21.1 cm x 29.9 cm.
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Monday 8th June, 1970
Beethoven Bicentenary.
Casals Festival 1970.
San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Sixth Session:
Casals Festival Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 Op.73 Emperor
Conductor: ALEXANDER SCHNEIDER.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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Wednesday 10th June, 1970
Beethoven Bicentenary.
Casals Festival 1970.
San Juan. Puerto Rico.
Eighth Session:
Beethoven  Sonata for Piano and Violin Op.12 No.1
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 for Piano Op.57 Appassionata
Beethoven: Sonata for Piano and Violin Op.30 No.2
Soloists: CLAUDIO ARRAU & HENRYK SZERYNG.
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Prospectus with all 12 Festival sessions, their programmes and programme notes,
brief biographical notes, orchestral notes, festival information, ads.
90-page book. 16.5 cm x 24.0 cm.
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Friday 19th and Sunday 21st June & Friday 3rd and Tuesday 7th July, 1970
'Beethoven Centenary 1970'
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, London.
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Complete Beethoven Concerto Cycle.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Liverpool Philharmonic Choir.
>  19th June - Beethoven: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 4
>  21st June - Beethoven's Choral Fantasy & Piano Concerto No.5
>  3rd July: Beethoven's Piano Concertos Nos. 2 & 3
Conductor: LAWRENCE FOSTER.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
&
An all-Beethoven recital on Tuesday 7th July:
Piano Sonata No.30 in E Op.109
Piano Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Piano Sonata No.31 in A flat Op.110
Piano sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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Programmes. Programme notes by R.S. and R.G. Photographs. Orchestral notes. Ads.
32-page booklet. 17.2 cm 21.7 cm.
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Tuesday 23rd, Friday 26th and Sunday 28th June, 1970
Royal Festival Hall, London.
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Complete Beethoven Concerto Cycle.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
>  23rd June: Beethoven's Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 4
>  28th June*: Beethoven's Piano Concertos 2 & 3
[Piano Concerto No.5 on 9th July]
Principal Conductor: Charles Groves. Conductor: Lawrence Foster. Soloist: Claudio Arrau.
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An all-Beethoven recital on Friday 26th June**:
Sonata No.4 in E flat Op.7
Sonata No.17 in D minor Op.31 No.2 The Tempest
Sonata No.18  in E flat Op.31 No.3 The Hunt
Sonata No.21 in C Op.53 Waldstein, with original Andante favori movement
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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Music on the South Bank's prospectus with all programmes for June.
24-page booklet.  8.4 cm x 21.0 cm.
* [Maestro Arrau reported ill on 28th June and pianist Radu Lupu kindly filled in]
** [Actual recital programme changed: See 26th June below]
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Tuesday 23rd June, 1970
Beethoven Centenary.
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.1 Op.15
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 Op.58
Conductor: LAWRENCE FOSTER.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No.2 in F.
Programme. Programme notes by Robin Golding. Brief biographical notes.
Photographs. Orchestral notes. Ads.
16-page brochure.  13.1 cm x 23.0 cm.
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Friday 26th June, 1970
Beethoven Centenary.
Royal Festival Hall, London.
An all-Beethoven recital.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.4 in E flat Op.7
Sonata No.26 in E flat Op.81a Les adieux
Interval
Sonata No.7 in D Op.10 No.3
Sonata No.21 in C Op.53 Waldstein (with original Andante favori movement)
Recital programme. Programme notes by Robin Golding.
Biographical notes. Cover photograph. Ads.
12-page brochure.  18.5 cm x 25.0 cm.
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Saturday 11th July, 1970
Cheltenham Festival 3-12 July, 1970.
Cheltenham Town Hall, Gloucestershire, England.
An all-Beethoven recital.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.3 in C major Op.2 No.3
Sonata No.17 in D minor Op.31 No.2 The Tempest
Interval
Sonata No.26 in E flat major Op.81a Les adieux
Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Festival prospectus with all programmes. Programme notes.
Brief biographical notes. Photographs. Ads.
Regarding Arrau: Ad on page 86. Programme on page 108. Photograph on page 118.
140-page book.  14.0 cm x 18.4 cm.
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  1971
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Thursday 8th April, 1971
Royal Festival Hall, London.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor
Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Wagner's Prelude to 'Lohengrin' & Vaughan Williams's 'A London Symphony'.
Programme notes. Photographs. Brief biographical notes.
Orchestra's personnel. Frothcoming programmes. Ads.
16-page brochure. 24.1 cm x 17.6 cm.
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Thursday 8th April, 1971
Royal Festival Hall, London.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor
Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Vaughan Williams's 'A London Symphony'.

Music on the South Bank's prospectus with all programmes for April.
32-page booklet.  8.3 cm x20.8 cm.
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Sunday 9th May, 1971
Brighton Festival, England.
The BBC Symphony Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor
Conductor: GENNADI ROZHDESTVENSKY.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Verdi's Four Sacred Pieces - Ave Maria, Sabat Mater, Laudi alla Vergine Maria, Te Deum.
Souvenir Programme 5th-16th May. Programme notes. Photographs.
72-page booklet.  18.0 cm x 24.7 cm.
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Sunday 9th & Monday 10th April, 1972
Philharmonie, Berlin.
Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat major op.83
Conductor: CARLO MARIA GIULINI.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Brahms's Symphony No.2 Op.73.
Programme.  Notes on Brahms.
Two-folded sheet.  16.8 cm x 24.0 cm.
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Sunday 16th April, 1972
LSO's 58th Annual International Series 1971-72.
Rpyal Festival Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat minor Op.83.
Conductor: JASCHA HORENSTEIN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Overture 'Leonore No.2' & Schönberg's 'Werklaerte Nacht'.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes.
Photographs. Orchestral notes. Forthcoming concerts. Ads.
24-page booklet.  21.8 cm x18.3 cm.
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Monday 5th June, 1972
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra .
>  An all-Liszt programme:
Sonetto No.104 del Petrarca
Sonata in B minor
Piano Concerto No.1
Piano Concerto No.2
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
  Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.
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Monday 12 June, 1972
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
>  An all-Chopin programme:
24 Préludes Op.28
Andantre Spianato et Grande Poloniase Op.22
Piano Concerto No.1 in E minor
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.   Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.
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Music on the South Bank's prospectus with all programmes for June
>  Monday 12th superseded: See actual programme below   <
32-page booklet.  8.7 cm x 21.0 cm.
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Monday 12th June, 1972
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
An all-Chopin programme:
Fantasy in F minor Op.49
Nocturne in E major Op.62
Scherzo No.4 in E major Op.54
Piano Concerto No.2 in F minor
Piano Concerto No.1 in E minor
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.   Conductor: Sir ADRIAN BOULT.
Programme. Programme notes, Brief biographical notes. Ads.
12-page brochure.  18.5 cm x 24.1 cm.
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Thursday 24th August, 1972
Teatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
Temporada Oficial do Sesquicentenário da Independência.
Recital: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Mozart: Sonata em Sol maior KV.283
Brahms: Sonata em Fa menor Op.5
Intervalo:
Schumann: Carnaval Op.9
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes.
Two-sided, two-folded sheet.   23.7 cm x 32.1 cm.
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Sunday 1st, Monday 2nd & Tuesday 3rd April, 1973
Grosser Sendesaal, Masurenallee, Berlin.
Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin.
Chopin: Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Nr.2 f-moll Op.21
Dirigent: ELIAHU INBAL.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart Symphonie g-moll K.V.183;
Albert Russel 'Bacchus et Ariane' 1 und 2, und Suite für Orchester Op.43.
Programme. Programme notes. Photographs of Inbal and Arrau. Ads. [In German]
20-page booklet.  14.9 cm x 21.1 cm.
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Wednesday 2nd and Monday 7th May, 1973
Royal Festival Hall, London.
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>  Concerto on 2nd May:
New Philharmonia Orchestra.
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.2 in F minor
Conductor: Sir CHARLES GROVES.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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>  Recital on 7th May:
Beethoven: Sonata No.7 in D Op.10 No.3
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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Music on the South Bank's prospectus with all programmes for May.
32-page booklet.  8.3 cm x 20.9 cm.
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Wednesday 2nd and Monday 7th May, 1973
Royal Festival Hall, London.
161st Season. Seventh Concert.
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>   Concert on 2nd May:
New Philharmonia Orchestra.
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.2 in F minor
Conductor: Sir CHARLES GROVES.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Brahms's Variations on St. Anthony Chorale & Tippett's Symphony No.2.
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>   Recital on 7trh May:
Beethoven: Sonata No.7 in D Op.10 No.3
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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Programme. Programme notes. Photographs. Orchestral notes,
Forthcoming programmes. Ads.
16-page brochure.  14.0 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Tuesday 30th April, 1974
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society.
Tuesday Subscription Series.
[Liverpool Philharmonic Hall]
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1
Conductor: Sir CHARLES GROVES.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Shostakovitch's Symphony No.15.
Programme. Programme nots by A.K. Holland. Orchestral notes. Ads.
16-page brochure.  14.8 cm x 20.6 cm.
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Tuesday 7th May, 1974
Royal Choral Society.
Royal Albert Hall, London.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.1 Op.15
Conductor: MEREDITH DAVIES.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Overture 'Fidelio' &
Beethoven's Choral Symphony (No.9) with the Royal Choral Society.
Programme. Programme notes by Anne Dickinson. Photographs. Brief biographical notes.
Choral notes. Lyrics of Symphony No.9. Lyrics of National Anthem. Ads.
10-page brochure. 17.9 cm x 25.6 cm.
>   Item autographed by Claudio Arrau   <
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Monday 13th May, [1974]
Great Performances at Lincoln Centre.
Avery Fisher Hall, New York.
Arrau 'King and Emperor Combined'.
Works by Beethoven and Liszt.
Two Photographs. ICM Artists.
Flier.   15.3 cm x 22.9 cm.
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Wednesday 19th June, 1974
Royal Festival Hall, London.
New Philharmonia Orchestra.
Strauss: Burleske for Piano and Orchestra
Liszt: Piano Concerto No.2
Conductor: KURT MASUR.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Strauss's Overture 'Don Juan' & Prokofiev's 'Scythian Suite'.
Programme. Programme notes. Photographs.
Brief biographical notes by William Mann. Forthcoming concerts.
28-page booklet.  21.0 cm x 20.0 cm.
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Thursday 24th October, 1974
Stora Salen, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Göteborgs Symfoniker.
Schumann: Piano Concerto Op.54
Conductor: DEAN DIXON.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Brickner's Symphony No.2.
Programme. Programme notes.
Two-folded sheet.  12.7 cm x 21.0 cm.
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Thursday 7th November, 1974
Merlin Music Society's Twelfth Season 1974-75.
Monmouth School Hall, Wales.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven Sonata No.26 in A flat major Op.81a Les adieux
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Interval
Brahms: Sonata in F minor Op.5
Programme. Brief biographical notes.
Two-folded sheet.  12.8 cm x 20.4 cm.
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Sunday 10th November, 1974
Hallé Concerts Society's 117th Season 1974-75.
Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England.
Hallé Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 Op.15
Conductor: ARVID YANSONS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: National Anthem & Shostakovitch's Symphony No.15 in A.
Programme notes. Photographs. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
16-page brochure.  14.0 cm x 21.5 cm.
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Tuesday 12th November, 1974
Lancaster University Concerts.  Lancashire, UK.
Steinway Inaugural Recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in A flat major Op.81a Les adieux
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Interval
Brahms: Sonata in F minor Op.5
Programme. Programme notes. Ad. Novemver concerts.
Three-folded sheet. 15.4 cm x 24.2 cm.
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Thursday 14th & Sunday 17th November, 1974
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Philharmonic Orchestra.
>  14th Nov:  Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 Op.15
>  17th Nov:   Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 Op.83
Conductor: BERNARD HAITINK.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Music on the South Bank's prospectus with all programmes for November.
32-page booklet.  8.3 cm x 20.9 cm.
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Thursday 14th November, 1974
Royal Festival Hall 1974-75 Season, London.
London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 Op.15
Cobductor: BERNARD HAITINK.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Rossini's Overture 'The Italian Girl in Algiers' & Rimsky-Korsakov's 'Scheherazade'.
Programme. Programme notes. Short biographical notes. Orchestral notes. Ads.
52-page booklet.  25.7 cm x 18.3 cm.
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Sunday 17th November, 1974
Royal Festival Hall 1974-75 Season, London.
London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 Op.83
Conductor: BERNARD HAITINK.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Schubert's Symphony No.8 in B minor Unfinished & Goehr's Metamorphosis-Dance.
Programme. Programme notes. Short biographical notes.
Orchestral notes. Photographs. Ads.
40-page booklet.  25.1 cm x 18.4 cm.
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Saturday 25th January, 1975
Walt Whitman Hall, Brooklyn College, Broklyn, New York.
Guest Artist Series.
The Musica Aeterna Orchestra.
Weber: Konzertstück for Piano and Orchestra
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat major
Conductor: FREDERIC WALDMAN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Telemann's Overture in C major.
Programme. Brief biographical notes.
Eight-page brochure.  14.1 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Wednesday 2nd April, 1975
Master Cycle of the Concert Society of Zurich.
Grosser Tonhallesaal.
Sixth recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in A flat Op.81a Les adieux
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Schumann: Symphonic Studies Op.13, including five posthumous variations
Programme and relevant information (in German).
Added leaflet with discography highlights.
Eight-page brochure.  14.7 cm x 21.1 cm.
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Friday 4th & Saturday 5th April, 1975
Philharmonie, Berlin.
Abonnementskonzert der Serie B.
Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester.
Beethoven: Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Nr.5 Es-dur Op.73
Dirigent: URI SEGAL.  Solist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Blacker's Pentagramm für 16 Streichinstrumente &
Brahms's Serenade Nr.2 A-dur für kleines Orchester Op.16.
Programme. Programme notes. Short biographical notes.
Three-folded sheet. 16.7 cm x 23.8 cm.
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Monday 14th April, 1975
Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien / Friends of Vienna's Music Society.
Ausserordentliches Gessellschaftskonzert / Society's Extraordinary Concert.
Klavierabend / Piano Recital.  Solist / Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonate Nr.26 Es-dur op.81a Les adieux
Brahms: Sonate f-moll op.5
Pause
Schumann: 12 Symphonische Etüden für Klavier Opus 13 und Variationen Opus posth.
Programm. Konzertvorschau April.
Two-folded sheet.  14.9 cm x 21.1 cm.
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Wednesday 16th April, 1975
Stadhalle Erlangen Großer Saal, Der Gemeinnützige Verein Erlangen.
Eighth Subscription Recital. 
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.26 Op.81a Les adieux
Brahms: Piano Sonata op.5
Schumann: Symphonic Studies Op.13, including the five posthumous variations.
Programme. Programme notes. [In German]
Two-folded sheet.   14.9 cm x 21.0 cm.
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Sunday 27th April, 1975
Evenemangskonsert. Konserthuset. Stockholm. Sweden.
Sveriges Radios Symfoniorkester.
Brahms: Pianokonsert nr 1 d-moll op.15
Conductor: GARY BERTINI.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Nozart's Symphony No.29 K.V.201 & Stravinsky's Suite from Firebird.
Programme. Programme notes.
Eight-page brochure.  10.5 cm x 21.1 cm.
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Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th April, 1975
Ville de Strasbourg. Saison 1974-1975.
Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg.
Beethoven: Concerto pour piano et orchestre No.5 L'Empereur
Chef d'orchestre: ALCEO GALLIERA.  Soliste: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Symphony No.7 Op.92.
Notes on Claudio Arrau and Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.5.
Prospectus with the Orchestra's ten programmes for the 1974-75 season.
Notes on musicians and works.
64-page booklet. 21.2 cm x 31.0 cm.
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Sunday 4th & Monday 5th May, 1975
Auditorio de Via della Conciliazione, Roma.
1974-75 Sympohnic Season.
Orchestra Stabile dell' Accademia Nazionale de Santa Cecilia.
Beethoven: Concerto per pianoforte n° 5 opus 73 L'Imperatore
Direttore d'orchestra: GARY BERTINI.  Solista: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical outlines, Photograph. Ads.
Members of the Orchestra. Programmes with other soloists.
24-page booklet.  14.2 cm x 21.2 cm.
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Wednesday 4th & Monday 16th June, 1975
Royal Festival Hall, London.
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>  Piano recital on 4th June:
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in A flat Op.81a Les adieux
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Brahms: Sonata No.3 in F minor Op.5
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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>  Piano concertos on 16th June:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5
Conductor: DAVID ATHERTON.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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Music on the South Bank's prospectus with all programmes for June.
24-page booklet.  8.4 cm x 21.0 cm.
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Wednesday 4th June, 1975
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in A flat Op.81a Les adieux
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Brahms: Sonata No.3 in F minor Op.5

Programme. Programme notes. Brief notes on, and photograph of, Claudio Arrau.
Outline of Arrau's concerts on 16th June.
12-page brochure.  18.6 cm x 24.2 cm.
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Tuesday 10th June, 1975
The Congress Theatre, Eastbourne, East Sussex, England.
Eastbourne Festival '75.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 Op.81a Les adieux
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Intermission
Schumann: Études symphoniques Op.13 (Études en forme de variations)
Programme. Programme notes.
Brief biographical notes on, and photograph of, Claudio Arrau.
Eight-page brochure. 14.1 cm x 21.2 cm.
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Thursday 12th June, 1975
Free Trade Hall, Manchester, Lancashire, UK.
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in E flat Op.81a Les adieux
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Interval
Schumann: Études symphoniques Op.13
Programme. Programme notes. Brief notes on Claudio Arrau. Ads.
12-page brochure.  13.9 cm x 21.5 cm.
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Saturday 14th June, 1975
Llandaff Festival June '75.
Llandaff Cathedral, Wales.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in E flat Op.81a Les adieux
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Interval
Schumann: Études symphoniques Op.13
Programme. Programme notes by C.M.B.
Brief notes on Claudio Arrau. Festival programme. Ads.
56-page booklet. 17.9 cm x 23.6 cm.
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Monday 16th June, 1975
Royal Festival Hall, London.
International Celebrity Concert.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
An all-Beethoven programme:
Piano Concerto No.4 in G
Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat
Conductor: DAVID ATHERTON.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Symphony No.2 in D Op.36.
Programme. Programme notes by Christopher Grier. Orchestral notes. Ads.
Brief notes on, and photographs of, Arrau and Atherton.
12-pahe brochure.  18.8 cm x 24.2 cm.
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Sunday 24th August, 1975
Edinburgh International Festival.
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Scottish National Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 in E flat major Op.73
Conductor: ALEXANDER GIBSON.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Robin Orr's Symphony No.2 & Prokofiev's Suite from 'Romeo and Juliet'.
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Monday 25th August, 1975
Edinburgh International Festival.
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.26 in E flat Op.81 Les adieux
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Schumann: Études sympho
niques Op.13
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Festival Schedule, including programmes, soloists, orchestras, conductors, venues, et al.
12-page brochure, folded into 24.  19.6 cm x 20.6 cm.
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Sunday 12th October, 1975
Newcastle Festival.
Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
Celebrity Recitals by CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Programmes to be announced.
Prospectus with all programmes for the 20th Sept - 12th Oct period.
Brief artists's outlines.
16-page brochure. 21.1 cm x 15.0 cm.
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Sunday 12th October, 1975
Newcastle Festival.
Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
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This is the Amadeus String Quartet's programme for Saturday 27th September.
Notice on page 6: Arrau's programme for Sunday 12th October.
Celebrity Recital by CLAUDIO ARRAU:
Beethoven: Sonata No.3 in C Op.2 No.3
Beethoven: Sonata No.31 in A flat Op.110
Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit
Liszt: Gnomenreigen
Liszt: Mephisto Waltz No.1
[But see programme below]
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Eight-page brochure. 20.9 cm x 14.8 cm.
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Sunday 12 October, 1975
Newcastle Festival.
Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
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This is pianist Sylvia Kersenbaum's programme for Saturday 11th October.
Notice on page 8: Change to Arrau's 12th October programme.
Celebrity Recital by CLAUDIO ARRAU:
Beethoven: Sonata No.3 in C Op.2 No.3 (notes by T.W.Scragg)
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111 (notes by C.Arrau)
Liszt: Sonata in B minor (notes by C.Arrau)
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12-page brochure.  20.7 cm x 15.3 cm.
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Sunday 12th October, 1975
Newcastle Festival.
Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
Celebrity Recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.3 in C Op.2 No.3 (notes by T.W.Scragg)
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111 (notes by C.Arrau)
Liszt: Sonata in B minor (notes by C.Arrau)
Programme. Programme notes. Short biographical notes. Photograph.
Four-page brochure. 20.9 cm x 14.8 cm.
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Wednesday 15th & Friday 31st October, 1975
Royal Festival Hall, London.
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>  Concerto on 15th October:
New Philharmonia Orchestra.
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.1 in E minor
Conductor: KURT SANDERLING.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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>  Concerto on 31st October:
Hallé Orchestra.
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.2 in F minor
Conductor: JAMES LOUGHRAN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
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Music on the South Bank's prospectus with all programmes for October.
32-page booklet.   8.2 cm x 20.9 cm.
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Wednesday 15th October, 1975
The Royal Philharmonic Society's 164th Season.
Royal Festival Hall, London.
New Philharmonia Orchestra.
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.1 in E minor
Conductor: KURT SANDERLING.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mussorgsky's Prelude Khovanshchine & Prokofiev's Symphony No.5 Op.100.
Programme. Programme notes. Ads.
20-page booklet. 14.1 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Thursday 23rd October, 1975
Hallé Concerts Society's 118th Season 1975-76.
Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England.
Hallé Orchestra.
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.2 in F minor
Conductor: JAMES LOUGHRAN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mahler's Symphony No.5 in C sharp minor.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
24-page Booklet.  13.6 cm x 21.5 cm.
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Sunday 26th October, 1975
The Great Hall, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London.
Fourth Gala Recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.3 in C Op.2 No.3
Interval
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Friends of Alyn, Kiryat Hayovel Hospital for Disabled Children, Jerusalem.
Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Photograph.
Information on Alyn. Ads by sponsors.
32-page booklet.  22.4 cm x 28.6 cm.
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Thursday 30th October, 1975
Bedford Music Club.
Bedford Corn Exchange.
Piano recital. Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.3 in C major Op.2 No.3
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Interval
Ravel: Gaspard de la nuit - Ondine. Le gibet. Scarbo.
Liszt: Gnomenreigen
Liszt: Mephisto Waltz
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Photograph.
Three-folded sheet.  15.0 cm x 19.5 cm.
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Friday 31st October, 1975
Hallé Concerts Society's 118th Season 1975-76.
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Hallé Orchestra.
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.2 in F minor
Conductor: JAMES LOUGHRAN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mahler's Symphony No.5 in C sharp minor.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Photographs. Ads.
20-page booklet. 13.7 cm x 21.2 cm.
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Saturday 22nd May, 1976
Corn Exchange Entertainment and Arts Centre.
Ipswich, Sulfolk, England.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.30 in E Op.109
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Interval
Schumann: Études symphoniques op.13
[Replacing previously advertised Beethoven's Sonata No.31 in A flat Op.110]
Eight-page brochure.  18.2 cm x 24.6 cm (plus programme modification).
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Monday 24th May. 1976
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.30 in E Op.109
Beethoven: Sonata No.31 in A flat Op.110
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
[But see actual programme below]
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Music on the South Bank's prospectus with all programmes for May.
36-page booklet.  8.3 cm x 21.0 cm.
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Monday 24th May, 1976
International Celebrity Concert.
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.30 in E Op.109
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Schumann: Études symphoniques Op.13
Recital programme.
12-page brochure.  20.3 cm x 22.9 cm.
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Wednesday 26th May, 1976
Abbotsholme Arts Society.
Lichfield, Staffordshire, England.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.3 in C major Op.2 No.3
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Interval
Liszt: Sonata in B minor (dedicated to Schumann)
Recital programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
Two-folded sheet.  21.1 cm x 30.0 cm.
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Sunday 6th June, 1976
Royal Albert Hall, London.
New Philharmonia Orchestra.
An all-Brahms programme:
Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor Op.15
Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat Op.83
Conductor: NEVILLE MARRINER.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Academic Festival Overture.
Programme. Programme notes by Christopher Grier.
Brief notes on Arrau and Marriner, and their photographs.
12-page brochure.  23.0 cm x 20.4 cm.
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Tuesday 29th June, 1976
York Festival & Mistery Plays 11th June - 4th July.
University of York Central Hall, Heslington, York, UK.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.3 in C major Op.2 No.3
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Interval
Schumann: Études symphoniques Op.13 (including five posthumous variations)
Recital programme. Brief biographical notes. Programme notes.
Two-folded sheet.  20.8 cm x 29.9 cm.
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Thursday 7th October, 1976
Birmingham's Town Hall, England.
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat Op.83
Conductor: MEREDITH DAVIES.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart's Overture 'Cosi fan tutte' & Beethoven's Symphony No.2 in D Op.36.
Programme. Programme notes by Hugh Ottaway.
Brief notes on C. Arrau and M. Davies, and their photographs. Ads.
12-page brochure.  20.0 cm x 20.0 cm.
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Sunday 10th October, 1976
'Masterconcert One'.
The Cadleriggs City Hall, Glasgow, Scotland.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.30 in E Op.109
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Schumann: Études symphoniques Op.13
Recital programme.
16-page brochure.
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Tuesday 12th October, 1976
The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society, England.
'Tuesday Subscription Series'.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1
Conductor: FRANZ-PAUL DECKER.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: G.Schuller's Seven Studies on Themes of Paul Klee & Tchaikovsky's Symphony No.4.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Philharmonic news. Ads.
20-page booklet.  14.6 cm x 20.8 cm.
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Thursday 14th October, 1976
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Concert Season 1976/77.
The London Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 Emperor
Conductor: KLAUS TENNSTEDT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Overture 'Coriolan' & Bruckner's Symphony No.4.
Programme. programme notes by Denby Richards. Brief biographical notes.
Photographs. Orchestral notes. Forthcoming concerts. Announcements. Ads.
24-page booklet.  18.7 cm  x 24.8 cm.
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Thursday 24th, Friday 25th & Saturday 26th March, 1977
Concert Cycle on the 150th Anniversary of Beethoven's Death.
Inaugural Session.

National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Warsaw, Poland.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 Op.73 Emperor
Conductor: WITOLD ROWICKI.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Overture 'Leonore III' & Symphony No.3 Op.55 'Eroica'.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief notes on Claudio Arrau.
Orchestral notes. [In Polish]. Photographs.
24-page booklet.   11.8 cm x 19.5 cm.
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Friday 29th April, 1977
'Philharmonische Konzerte der Stadt Essen 1976/77'.
City of Essen's Municipal Grand Hall.
Philharmonisches Orchester der Stadt Essen.
Brahms: Klavierkonzert Nr.2
Dirigent: HEINZ WALLBERG.  Solist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Beethoven's Overture 'Egmond' & Schostakovitsch's Symphony No.1 Op.10.
Concert programme. Programme notes.
Three-folded sheet.  14.8 cm x 21.1 cm.
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Sunday 8th & Monday 9th May, 1977
9. Abonnementskonzert 1976/77, Hamburg.
Hamburger Musikhalle (Sunday 8th) & Hamburger Laeiszhalle (Monday 9th).
The NDR Sinfonieorchester.
Liszt: Piano Concerto No.2
R.Strauss: Burleske for Piano and Orchestra
Conductor: KLAUS TENNSTEDT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Haydn's Symphonie No.103 & Stravinsky's 'The Firebird' (1919).
Concert programme. Photographs. Programme notes.
Three-folded sheet.  20.5 cm x 20.5 cm.
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Monday 20th June, 1977
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Variations on a Theme of Prometheus Op.35 Eroica
Liszt: Transcendental Studies Nos. 12, 11 & 10  *[But see actual programme below]
Brahms: Sonate No.3 in F minor Op.5
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Music on the South Bank's prospectus with all programme for June.
36-page booklet.  8.3 cm x 20.9 cm.
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Monday 20th June, 1977
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Variations on a Theme of Prometheus Op.35 Eroica
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Brahms: Sonata No.3 in F minor Op.5
Programme notes by Christipher Grier. Brief biographical notes.
Four-page folder.  21.1 cm x 30.0 cm.
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Friday 26th August, 1977
Tanglewood Festival, Berkshire Hills, Massachusetts.
Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor Op.15
Conductor: SEIJI OZAWA.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Bartók's Music for String Instruments, Percussion and Celesta.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes.
Orchestral notes. Photographs. Ads.
Programmes and notes for concerts with Ozawa & other soloists on 27th and 28th August.
56-page booklet.  14.0 cm x 21.5 cm.
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Sunday 8th January, 1978
UCLA Committee on Fine Arts Productions.
Royce Hall, Los Angeles, California.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in E flat Op.81a Les adieux*
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Brahms: Sonata No.3 in F minor Op.5
*[N.B.: The original printed programme showed Beethoven's Sonata Op.10 No.3 instead]
Brief biographical notes. Programme notes.
Three-folded, six-page sheet. 14.0 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Sunday 5th February, 1978
'Great Performers at Lincoln Centre'.
Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Centre for the Performing Arts, New York.
Third Concert, Series B.
A 75th Birthday Recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in E flat major Op.81a Les adieux
Liszt: Sonata in B minor (dedicated to Schumann)
Intermission
Brahms: Sonata No.3 in F minor Op.5
Concert programme. Programme notes by Leonard Burkat. Articles.
Brief biographical notes. Lincoln Centre notes. Ads.
February stagebill.  44-page booklet. 14.9 cm x 22.8 cm.
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Saturday 22nd, Sunday 23rd & Monday 24th April, 1978
Philharmonie, Berlin.
Abonnementskonzert der Serie A.
Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester.
Beethoven: Konzert für Klavier un Orchester Nr.4 G-dur Op.58
Dirigent: GABRIEL CHMURA.   Solist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mendelssohn's Overture 'Die Hebriden' & Bartók's Konzer für Orchester (1943).
Programme. Programme notes.
Three-folded sheet.  16.8 cm x 23.9 cm.
&
Companion Philharmonie Blätter Helf 7 1977/78,
with biographical notes, photogtraphs and ads.
28-page booklet.  17.1 cm x 24.0 cm.
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Sunday 30th April, [1978]
Cardiff Internaitonal Concerts, Series Two.
New Theatre, Cardiff, Wales.
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.21 in C Op.53 Waldstein
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Interval
Liszt: Ballade No.2 in B minor
Liszt: Les jeux d'eau à la villa d'Este
Liszt: Gnomenreigen
Brief biographical notes. Programme. Programme notes by Robin Golding.
12-page brochure.  15.9 cm x 21.6 cm.
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Wednesday 3rd May, 1978
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Piano recital.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Brahms: Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Handel Op.24
Schumann: Fantasie in C Op.17
Beethoven: Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
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Musik on the South Bank's prospectus with all programmes for May.
32-page booklet.  8.4 cm x 20.9 cm.
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Wednesday 3rd May, 1978
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Piano recital. Soloist:  CLAUDIO ARRAU.
*[Opening work to be announced]
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Liszt: Ballade No.2 in B minor
Liszt: Jeux d'eau à la villa d'Este
Liszt: Gnomenreigen
Liszt: Transcendental Study No.11
Liszt: Transcendental Study No.10
*[Incomplete programme superseded as above]
Programme notes.
Two-folded sheet.  21.1 cm x 30.0 cm.
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Friday 5th May, 1978
The Dome, '12th Brighton Festival', England.
Brighton Festival Programme 28th April - 7th May.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.21 in C Op.53
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.32 in C minor Op.111
Liszt: Piano Sonata in B minor
[Programme is other than the originally printed in the prospectus for the entire Festival]
Festival propectus.  68-page booklet.  20.9 cm x 29.8 cm.
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Wednesday 14th June, 1978
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5
Conductor: WALTER SUSSKIND.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
In aid of The Musicians' Benevolent Fund.
Music on the South Bank's prospectus with all programmes for June.
32-page booklet. 8.4 cm x 21.0 cm.
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Wednesday 14th June, 1978
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5
Conductor: WALTER SUSSKIND.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
In aid of The Musicians' Benevolent Fund.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes.
Eight-page brochure. 21.0 cm x 30.0 cm.
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Wednesday 14th June, 1978
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5
Conductor: WALTER SUSSKIND.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
In aid of The Musicians' Benevolent Fund.
Programme.
One-sided flyer.   18.4 cm x 25.3 cm.
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Saturday 17th June, 1978
Royal Philharmonic Society, Liverpool.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 Emperor
Conductor: WALTER SUSSKIND.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Brahms's Symphony No.2.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
12-page brochure.  14.4 cm x 20.8 cm.
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Monday 19th June, 1978
Kelvin Hall, Glasgow, Scotland.
Scottish National Orchestra's Proms 78.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4
Conductor: LAWRENCE FOSTER.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mendelssohn's Overture 'Ruy Blas' & Brahms's Symphony No.4.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
20-page booklet.  13.9 cm x 21.5 cm.
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Friday 29th September, 1978
Royal Festival Hall, London.
The Hallé Orchestra
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor Op.37
Conductor: JAMES LOUGHRAN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Schubert's Symphony No.9 in C T
he Great.
Music on the South Bank's prospectus with all programmes for September.
32-page booklet.  6.7 cm x 20.7 cm.
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Friday 29th September, 1978
Royal Festival Hall, London.
The Hallé Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor Op.37
Conductor: JAMES LOUGHRAN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Schubert's Symphony No.9 in C The Great.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Ads.
16-page brochure.  14.0 cm x 21.3 cm.
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Sunday 1st October, 1978
Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England.
The Hallé Orchestra.
An all-Beethoven evening:
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor Op.37
Conductor: JAMES LOUGHRAN.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Grosse Fugue in B flat Op.133 & Symphony No.5 in C minor Op.67.
Programme. Programme notes. Ads.
20-page booklet.  14.0 cm x21.6 cm.
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Tuesday 3rd October, 1978
'John Player Concerts'
Royal Dublin Society (RDS) Concert Hall, Dublin, Ireland.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.7 in D Op.10 No.3
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Interval
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Programme. Programme notes by Ian Fox. Brief biographical notes.
Three-page folder. 10.0 cm x 21.1 cm.
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Friday 6th October, 1978
Wessex Hall, Poole Arts Centre, England.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.7 in D Op.10 No.3
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Programme. Programme notes by Sandrey Date.  Brief biographical notes.
Two-folded sheet.  21.1 cm x 30.2 cm.
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Sunday 8th October, 1978
Marlborough College Subscription Concerts.
Marlborough College, Wiltshire, England.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.7 Op.10 No.3
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.23 Op.57 Appassionata
Interval
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes.
Two sheets. 20.3 cm x 25.4 cm.
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Friday 13th & Saturday 14th October, 1978
Usher Hall, Edingburgh, Scotland.
Scottish National Orchestra.
Chopin: Piano Concerto No.2*
Conductor: Alexander Gibson.  Soloist: Claudio Arrau*.
Plus: Tippett's Symphony No.4 & Beethoven's Symphony No.7.
*Arrau ill, was replaced at short notice with Mr. Shura Cherkassky who
performed Liszt's Piano Concerto No.1 instead.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Orchestral notes. Ads.
24-page booklet.  14.0 cm x 21.6 cm.
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  1979
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Sunday 16th December, 1979
'LSO 75th Anniversary Concert Season 1979/1980'.
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Liszt: Piano Concerto No.2 in A minor
Principal Guest Conductor: Sir COLIN DAVIS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Berlioz's Overure 'King Lear' & Shostakovitch's Symphony No.5.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Orchestral notes. Ads.
40-page booklet.  18.3 cm x 24.5 cm.
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  1980
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Friday 23rd May, 1980
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.2 Op.83*
Conductor: RICCARDO CHAILLY.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Tchaikovsky's Manfred Symphony.
Music on the South Bank's prospectus with all programmes for May.
32-page booklet. 8.3 cm x 21.0 cm.
*[Superseded. See below]
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Friday 23rd May, 1980
LSO 75th Anniversary Concert Season 1979/1980'.
Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor
Conductor: RICCARDO CHAILLY.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Tchaikovsky's Manfred Symphony in B minor.
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. Orchestral notes. Ads.
36-page booklet.  18.9 cm x 24.5 cm.
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Wednesday 18th June, 1980
The Drake 400 Commemorative Festival 10th May - 28th September 1980,
and The 9th International Piano Series - Plymouth.
Plymouth Guildhall, Devon, England.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.7 in D major Op.10 No.3
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Interval
Debussy: Estampes - Pagodes. La soirée dans Grenade. Jardins sous la pluie.
Chopin: Fantasy in F minor Op.49
Liszt: Fantasia quasi sonata: Après une lecture du Dante
Programme notes by G.E.W.  Brief biographical notes. Ads.
Eight-page brochure 14.9 cm x 20.9 cm, in the Festival's pocket folder 15.5 cm x 23.4 cm.
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Thursday 28th August, 1980
Edinburgh International Festival, 1980.
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.7 in D major Op.10 No.3
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Debussy: Images, Book I
Liszt: Ballade No.2 in B minor (Hero and Leander)
Liszt: Les jeux d'eau à la villa d'Este
Chopin: Ballade No.3 in A flat major Op.47*
Chopin: Scherzo No.1 in B minor Op.20*
*[Changed. Please see actual programme below]
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Saturday 30th August, 1980
Edinburgh International Festival, 1980.
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra.
Beethoven Piano Concerto No.4 in G major Op.58
Conductor: KURT MASUR.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart's Symphony No.35 K.385 'Haffner' & Tchaikovsky's Symphony No.5 Op.64.
.
Official Prospectus of the Edinburgh Internaitonal Festival 1980.
42-page booklet. 21.1 cm x 29.8 cm.
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Thursday 28th August, 1980
Edinburgh International Festival 1980.
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.7 in D major Op.10 No.3
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Interval
Debussy: Images, Book I
Liszt: Ballade No.2 in B minor
Chopin: Scherzo No.1 in B minor Op.20
Programme notes by Ronald Stevenson.
Four-folded sheet.  10.1 cm x 25.5 cm.
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Saturday 30th August, 1980
Edinburgh Internaitonal Festival 1980.
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 in G major Op.58
Conductor: KURT MASUR.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Mozart's Symphony No.35 K.385 'Haffner' & Tchaikovsky's Symphony No.5 Op.64.
Progrmme. Programme notes by Gerald Larner. Brief biographical notes.
Five-folded sheet.  10.3 cm x 25.6 cm.
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  1981
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Monday 9th November, 1981
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.13 Op.27 No.1
Schumann: Études symphoniques in C sharp minor Op.13
Debussy: Estampes - La soirée dans Grenade. Jardins sous la pluie.
Interval
Chopin: Fantaisie in F minor op.49
Liszt: Après une lecture du Dante, Fantasia quasi sonata
Programme notes by Christopher Grier.
Two-page folder.  21.0 cm x 29.7 cm.
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Wednesday 11th November, 1981
Royal Festival Hall, London.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor
Conductor: Sir CHARLES GROVES.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Tchaikovsky's Overture 'Romeo and Juliet' & Roy Harri's Symphony No.3.
Programme notes. Ads. Forthcoming programmes.
32-page booklet.  14.0 cm x 21.6 cm.
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  1982
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Thursday 25th March, 1982
1981/1982 Master Concerts
at the Münster University's Hörsaalgebäude, Münster, Germany.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.26 Op.81a
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.23 Op.57
Liszt: Piano Sonata Op.143
Liszt: Dante sonata (Fantasia quasi sonata)
Cover photograph.
16-page brochure.  14.5 cm x 20.5 cm.
Item autographed by Claudio Arrau  <
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Tuesday 8th June, 1982
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in E flat major Op.81 a Les adieux
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Interval
Beethoven: Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Liszt: Après une lecture du Dante, Fantasia quasi sonata
Programme notes by Claudio Arrau.
Two-page folder.  21.1 cm x 29.8 cm.
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Tuesday 6th July, 1982
A 'House of du Maurier' Concert.
Royal Festival Hall, London.
Philharmonia Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4
Conductor: RICCARDO MUTI.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Moderna's Music of Gaity, from Fitzwilliam Virginal Book,
& Beethoven's Symphony No.2.
Programme. Programme notes, Brief biographical notes. Photographs.
Orchestral notes. Ads.
48-page booklet. 18.7 cm x 24.8 cm.
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  1983

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Tuesday 30th August, 1983
Edinburgh International Festival.
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland.
London Philharmonic Orchestra.
R.Strauss: Burleske in D major for piano and orchestra
Weber: Konzertstück for piano and orchestra
Conductor: KLAUS TENNSTEDT.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: R.Strauss's tone poem Don Juan,  Wagner's Siegfried's Journey to
the Rhine Götterdãmmerung
  & J.Strauss Jnr's Emperor Waltz.
Edinburgh International Festival 1983 Complete Programme Guide.
Programme. Programme notes. Photographs.
330-page book.  14.5 cm x 20.9 cm.
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  1984
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Tuesday 16th February, 1984
Carnegie Hall, New York.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.7 in D major Op.10 No.3
Schubert: Klavierstück No.1 in E flat minor D.946
Chopin: Ballade No.3 in A flat major Op.47
Liszt: Sonetto 104 del Petrarca
Debussy: L'isle joyeuse
Intermission
Brahms: Sonata No.3 in F minor Op.5
Programme. Programme notes. Brief biographical notes. February calendar.
Two articles. Concert etiquette. Carnegie Hall notes. Ads.
February stagebill.  40-page booklet.  14.1 cm x 22.9 cm.
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Tuesday 3rd & Wednesday 4th April, 1984
Abonnementfreies Konzert.
Philharmonie, Berlin.
Berliner Philharmonisches Orchester.
Beethoven: Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Nr.5 Es-Dur Op.73
Dirigent: LORIN MAAZEL.  Solist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Berlioz's Harold in Italy Op.16.
Programme. Programme notes (in German). Photographs. Ad.
20-page booklet.  18.0 cm x 24.0 cm.
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Thursday 21st June, 1984
Grand Théatre de Genève, Suisse.
Récital de piano.  Soliste: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonate no.7 en ré majeur op.10 no.3
Schubert: Klaviersück no.1 en mi bémol mineur op. posth. D 946
Chopin: Ballade no.3 en la bémol majeur op.47
Liszt: Sonetto 104 del Petrarca
Debussy: L'isle joyeuse
Entracte
Brahms: Sonate no.3 en fa mineur op.5
Programme. Programme notes. Biographical notes. Photograph.
12-page brochure.  10.4 cm x 21.1 cm.
Item autographed by Claudio Arrau  <
§
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Monday 15th October, 1984
Concerto Straordinario.
Teatro alla Scala. Comune di Milano.
Recital di pianoforte.  Solista: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata no.26 en mi bemolle Op.81 a Les adieux
Beethoven: Sonata no.21 en do maggiore Op.53 L'aurora
Liszt: Sonata en si minore Op.143
Programme.
Programme. Programme notes. Biographical notes. Photographs.
Essays. Interview excerpts. [In Italian]
60-page booklet.  17.0 cm x 24.1 cm.
§
  1985
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Wednesday 24th April, 1985
Fundaçao Calouste Gulbenkian. Temporada 84/85.
Grande Auditório. Lisboa.
Pianista:  CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata no. 26 em mi bemol maior op. 81-A  O adeus
Beethoven: Sonata no. 23 em fá menor op. 57  Appassionata
Liszt: Sonata em si menor op.143 (dedicada a Schumann)
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Monday 10th June, 1985
'The 1985 Shandwick Recital'.
Royal  Festival Hall, London.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.26 in E flat major Op.81a Les adieux
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Interval
Liszt: Sonata in B minor
Programme notes by Claudio Arrau. Brief biographical notes. Photographs. Ads.
16-page brochure.  21.1 cm x29.7 cm.
§
  1986
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Tuesday 3rd June, 1986
Royal Festival Hall, The South Bank Centre, London.
Beethoven Piano Sonata Recital.
Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Sonata No.7 in D major Op.10 No.3
Sonata No.23 in F minor Op.57 Appassionata
Sonata No.26 in E flat major Op.81a Les adieux
Sonata No.21 in C major Op.53 Waldstein
Programme. Programme notes by Claudio Arrau.
Brief biographical notes. Philips Arrau Edition ad. Two commercial photographs.
Extracts on Beethoven from Horowitz's Conversations with Arrau.
Eight-page brochure.  20.9 cm x 29.6 cm.
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  1987
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1987
Claudio Arrau
Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.5, Sir Colin Davis, Staatskapelle Dresden.
Other recent Arrau recordings of Chopin and Liszt.
One-sided promotional flyer by Philips.  14.9 cm x 21.2 cm.
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Monday 20th April, 1987
Music-at-McCarter Series - Ninth Event.
McCarter Theatre, Princeton, New Jersey, USA.
Piano recital.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Beethoven: Sonata No.7 in D major Op.10 No.3
Beethoven: Sonata No.21 in C major Op.53 Waldstein
Intermission
Liszt: Les jeux d'eau à la villa d'Este
Liszt: Sonetto 104 del Petrarca
Liszt: Après une lecture du Dante, Fantasia quasi sonata
Programme notes by Claudio Arrau (Beethoven) and Leonard Burkat (Liszt).
Brief biographical notes.
Three-page folder.   14.0 cm x 21.6 cm.
Item autographed by Claudio Arrau  <
§
  1988
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Sunday 7th August, 1988
Tanglewood Festival 1988.
Tanglewod Music Center. Massachusetts. USA.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 in G Op.58
Conductor: JESÚS LÓPEZ-COBOS.   Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Schumann's Symphony No.4 & Falla's Suites Nos.1 & 2 from The Three-cornered Hat. Programme. Programme notes. Short biographical notes, Photographs.
August programmes at Tanglewood. Orchestral notes. Ads.
96-page booklet.  14.0 cm x 21.6 cm.
§
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Thursday 3rd November, 1988
'Claudio Arrau 85th Birthday Concert'.
The Barbican Centre, London.
An all-Beethoven Programme.
London Symphony Orchestra.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 Op.73 The Emperor
Conductor: Sir COLIN DAVIS.  Soloist: CLAUDIO ARRAU.
Plus: Overture to 'Egmond' Op.84 & Symphony No.5 Op.67.
Programme. Programme notes. Photographs. Short biographical notes. Ads.
28-page booklet.  21.2 cm x 29.7 cm.
§
  Posthumous
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Saturday 7th March, 1992
The Royal Philharmonic Society.
'Claudio Arrau Memorial Concert'.
The Royal Festival Hall, London.
London Symphony Orchestra.  London Symphony Chorus.
Verdi: Requiem
Conductor: Sir COLIN DAVIS.
Soloists: Soprano Sharon Weet,  Mezzo-soprano Katherine Ciesinski,
Tenor Vicente Ombuena and Bass Robert Lloyd.
Programme. Programme notes. Photographs. Biographical notes. Orchestral notes. Ads.
40-page booklet.  20.1 cm x 20.1 cm.
§
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January, 2003
Pre-order prospectus for
the 'Arrau Heritage' Philips CD Edition and
the launch of André Tubeuf's book 'Appassionata'
on Claudio Arrau's centenary.
Prospectus in French.  21.0 cm x 29.6 cm.
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Please see images of programmes in
Photo Gallery 24.

End of 'A Bibliography - Concert Programmes' Section

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