Jack Brymer in Salzburg - 1982

from Senza Malizia, Ma Non Sempre Con Ardore ('Not Intentionally Rude, But Sometimes Slightly Critical'), pages 210-211:

Seiji Ozawa... there was a really amusing incident when the celebrated trumpet soloist Maurice André was rehearsing the Hummel Concerto with us at the Festspielhaus one morning in 1982. He got nicely warmed up and in tune, smiling around as the orchestra played the ritornello which leads up to his entry (which should sound like the arrival of Solomon in all his glory). He raised his beautifully polished trumpet to his lips and we waited with bated breath. Two beats before he was due to give voice, Ozawa stopped the orchestra, cut to the next tutti passage and continued to instruct …   more >>

cite as

Jack Brymer, Senza Malizia, Ma Non Sempre Con Ardore ('Not Intentionally Rude, But Sometimes Slightly Critical'). In Jack Brymer, In the Orchestra (London, 1987), p. 210-211. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1419696497780 accessed: 27 October, 2021

location of experience: Salzburg

Listeners

Jack Brymer
Schoolteacher, Clarinetist, Musician
1915-2003

Listening to

hide composers
Concerto for trumpet S. 49
written by Johann Nepomuk Hummel
performed by Maurice André, Seiji Ozawa, London Symphony Orchestra

Experience Information

Date/Time 1982
Medium live
Listening Environment in the company of others, in private, indoors

Originally submitted by iepearson on Sat, 27 Dec 2014 16:08:17 +0000
Approved on Wed, 02 Mar 2016 11:58:55 +0000