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Date registered: March 15, 2014

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  1. The EMI Recordings 1987-1997| Part Three — September 23, 2017
  2. My Musical Career | Part Thirty Eight — June 23, 2017
  3. My Musical Career | Part Thirty Seven — June 16, 2017
  4. My Musical Career | Part Thirty Six — April 5, 2017
  5. My Musical Career | Part Thirty Five — April 4, 2017

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Sep 23

The EMI Recordings 1987-1997| Part Three

  The EMI Recordings 1987-1997| Part Threww     Pokofiev –Mussorgsky –Dvorak   The previous two blog posts in this particular series were devotes to the first three recordings that we made for EMI – namely our Tchaikovsky 1812/Romeo/Francesca recording, which was the first in the series, followed in quick succession by the Shostakovich Fifth …

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Jun 23

My Musical Career | Part Thirty Eight

  My Musical Career|Part Thirty Eight     The Year 1989 – Part Two   In my previous post, I had planned to cover the events of the whole of 1989, but as with 1987 and 1988, that year proved to be most eventful, in like manner I have no choice but to divide it …

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Jun 16

My Musical Career | Part Thirty Seven

  The Year 1989 – Part One I consider myself extremely fortunate to have been a member of the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra during the years 1983 through 1998. From the prospective of the early twenty-first century, it seems that the tenure of Mariss Jansons as its music director was a golden age for the orchestra, …

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Apr 05

My Musical Career | Part Thirty Six

  My Musical Career|Part Thirty-Six     The Year 1988 – Part Two   Japan 1988 The big event of the year 1988 was the orchestra’s first ever tour to Japan in November and December. This would turn out to be the first of many visits the orchestra would make to Japan, and for me, …

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Apr 04

My Musical Career | Part Thirty Five

My Musical Career|Part Thirty-Five The Year 1988 – Part One As mentioned in my previous post, Part Thirty-Four, 1987 was a seminal year in my personal musical development and that of the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra and its then-chief conductor, Mariss Jansons. What with the increase in touring, the change of recording labels and a higher …

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Nov 06

A Blast from the Past | Part Two

A Blast from the Past| Part Two Stravinsky and Strauss Since my last post, I have been going through the video archive of the NRK that feature the Oslo Philharmonic of my era (1983 -1998) and was able to come up with several that were of more than passing interest to me. The archive included …

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Nov 01

A Blast from The Past | Viewing Concert Videos from the Past

A Blast from the Past| Viewing Concert Videos from the Past The Back Story During my fifteen or so years with the Oslo Philharmonic, part of each season was devoted to making radio and TV recordings for the Norsk Riks Kringkasting (Norwegian Radio and Television Broadcasting – NRK for short) as part of the government …

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Sep 18

My Musical Career | Part Thirty-Four

The Maestro and His Pupils

The Year 1987 – I begin to use calf heads As I mentioned in the last three blog posts, the year 1987 was a pivotal year for both the Oslo Philharmonic and for me. 1987 saw the emergence of the orchestra onto the international music scene through its tours to Italy and Spain in the …

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Aug 04

My Musical Career| Part Thirty-Three

My Musical Career | Part Thirty-Three The Year 1987 – Part Three As I mentioned in the last two blog posts, the year 1987 was an extremely busy year musically for me and for the orchestra that I had the honor to be a part of.  Our 1987 US tour was the subject of the …

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Jul 11

My Musical Career| Part Thirty-Two

  My Musical Career|Part Thirty-Two   The Year 1987 – Part Three   Our First USA Tour – Part One The year 1987 was indeed a pivotal year in so many ways, as I pointed out in the last two blog posts. So much happened that year, that in the recounting of events, I have …

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