Marriner & Rosen

Sunday, May 20, 1979

Neville Marriner, conductor Neville Marriner, conductor

In this episode, Bob Sherman's guests are conductor, Neville Marriner, and cellist, Nathaniel Rosen together. They discuss their collaborations and their individual work. After playing a piece by William Boyce conducted by Marriner, Sherman begins the conversation by asking Rosen to give an evaluation of Marriner as a conductor.

WNYC archives id: 70037


Neville Marriner and Nathaniel Rosen

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Robert Sherman


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Ted from Newtown Square

My enduring memory is of a WQXR introducing an afternoon selection - I think it was a Mendelssohn, maybe a string symphony,

"...played by the Academy of 'you know where,' conducted by Sir Neville 'you know who."

What an wonderful gift he has been to our music for so long!

Oct. 03 2016 02:18 PM

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