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George Whitefield Chadwick - "Tobasco" overture
« on: December 14, 2020, 01:13:04 AM »
American composer George Whitefield Chadwick [1854-1931] composed Tabasco (burlesque opera) in 1894.  It is not available on any recording format/never was recorded.

The Czech orchestra 'Hradec Kralove Philharmonic' conducted by Paul Mauffray performed the overture and this was taped in 2014, I believe, but I don't know the location or event.   Like virtually all of Chadwick's work, an excellent piece. Since this has upgraded audio it can't be run in a shell  on the browser - you'll need to d/l it, sorry - .mkv files can be played on any media player worth tuppence.

https://www.mediafire.com/file/thfjbk5v8s4hu55/Overture_to_The_Burlesque_Opera_%2527Tabasco%2527-Hradec_Kralove_Philharmonic_Paul_Mauffray.mkv/file

good for 90 days, I believe








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