Mstistlav Rostropovich

Sunday, February 24, 1985

Bob Sherman spoke with conductor Mstislav Rostropovich about the tenth anniversary of his debut as a conductor in the United States.

In this broadcast we hear several Rostropovich recordings with the National Symphony, where he has been the music director for eight seasons. Bob introduces the episode with a recording of one of Rostropovich's cello performances, the finale of the Brahms Sonata in F Major.


WNYC archives id: 70150

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Mstislav Rostropovich

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Robert Sherman

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