You are correct, it was the B-Flat, which I realized after hitting send.
caused the following letters to be typed in news:sAU%a.6957$7z1.5707
Photos of the Lucerne performance show no mics on the stage. Another
performance, just a few weeks later, show mics on the stage. This was
the Horowitz/Toscanini Brahms d minor, recently turned up and released
Not quite. That Appian release contains the 29 August 1939 performance of
the Brahms *B-Flat Major* Piano Concerto, as well as an NBC Symphony
broadcast of the same work from 23 October 1948, and one of the D Minor
from 17 March 1935, with the Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York.
What I wouldn't give for a recording of SVR live in concert.
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