Casals Festivals

Festival of 1950

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The cover of the 1950 Prades Festival program book

Johann Sebastian Bach

Brandenburg Concerto No. 2, BWV 1047

June 2, 1950

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Johann Sebastian Bach

Cantata: Ich habe genug, BWV 82

Concerto for Violin and Oboe, BWV 1060R

June 5, 1950

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Prades Casals Festival 1950
A page from the program book
Prades Casals Festival 1950
Flyer for the 2nd Orchestra Concert of June 5

Johann Sebastian Bach

Cantata: Ich bin in mir vergenügt, BWV 204

June 9, 1950

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Special Concert: Abbaye St. Michel de Cuxa

Johann Sebastian Bach

Cantata: Ich habe genug, BWV 82

Pablo Casals

Sardana

June 18, 1950

[Printed program may not exist]


Johann Sebastian Bach

Orchestra Suite No. 1, BWV, 1066

Brandenburg Concerto No. 1, BWV, 1046

Cantata: Liebster Jesu, meine Verlangen, BWV 32

June 20, 1950

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Tabuteau autographed the above program for Laila Storch
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Prades Casals Festival 1950
Flyer for the 6th Orchestra Concert of June 20


Festival of 1951

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Oboe Quartet, KV 370

Quintet for Piano with and Winds, KV 452

[Originally scheduled for July 8th, the Piano Quintet was postponed to the next night due to rain.]

July 8, 1951

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Perpignan Casals Festival 1951
A page from the program book
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Prades Casals Festival 1951
A page from the program book

 


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Divertimento No. 11, KV 251

July 21, 1951

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Johann Sebastian Bach

Cantata: Ich habe genug, BWV 82

July 28, 1951

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Festival of 1953

Johann Sebastian Bach

Cantata: Weichet nur, betrübte Schatten, BWV 202

June 19, 1953

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Oboe Quartet, KV 370

June 27, 1953

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Prades Casals Festival 1953 –  A page from the program book 
NOTE: Jacob Krachmalnick was violinist in the Oboe Quartet. Laila Storch corrected the program in pencil.
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Prades Casals Festival 1953
A page from the program book

The above programs are from the private collection of Laila Storch and  Martin Friedmann.