January 16, 2012

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Dean Dixon - long list of first performances.


Sticking with the Americana theme this week. Here is one of the first, if not the first, broadcast performance of the Symphony Number 2 by the American composer David Ward, as performed in this 1948 radio concert by the CBS Radio Symphony Orchestra and conducted by the eminent Black American conductor Dean Dixon.

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