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Concerto For Orchestra

Australia, 1965 (MIFF 1967, Australian Programme No. 2)

Director: Robert Parker

A fluent and engagingly informal impression of the activities of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra as reflected in the lives of its members.

Golden Reel Award, Documentary Category, Kodak Photography Award, Australian Film Awards; Penguin Award, Television Society of Australia; Certificate of Merit, Vancouver Festival.

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