Container 5 - Programmes, 1970–74.

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Programmes, 1970–74.

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CA MDML 001-B-5

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Includes programmes for performance by Henryk Szeryng and Charles Reiner at the United Nations Concert in honour of the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; leaflets and programmes for recitals by Micheline René and Charles Reiner as well as Hyman Bress and Charles Reiner at Alice Tully Hall (Lincoln Center); programme for recital by Igor Oistrakh and Charles Reiner at Philharmonic Hall (Lincoln Center); and programmes for collaborative performances with: Otto Armin, Jean Baxtresser, Denis Brott, Lawrence Combs, Edward Culbreath, Michael Edwards, Gaelyne Gabora, Arthur Garami, Dale Hunter, Donelda Hunter, Antonio Janigro, Jacques Lareau, Laurien Laufman, René Masino, Abel Nagytothy-Toth, Igor Oistrakh, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Micheline René, Margarita Schack, Jan Simons, Henryk Szeryng, Gyorgy Terebesi, Robert Verebes, Christine Walevska, the Arthur Garami Chamber Players, the Classical Quartet of Montreal, and Musica Camerata Montreal.

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