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The Story of a Concerto

West Germany, 1966 (MIFF 1968, Programme 21)

Director: H. J. Hossfeld

Within the framework of a rehearsal of the Brahms piano concerto in D minor, with Julius Katchen and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, unfolds the life of Brahms and the history of this concerto.

Diploma of Mert, Edinburgh Festival.

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