Eileen Joyce [manuscript] : Tagesspiegel, 23 Dec 47. circa 1947 December.

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Eileen Joyce [manuscript] : Tagesspiegel, 23 Dec 47. circa 1947 December.

Handwritten English translation of a review published in the newspaper Der Tagesspiegel, Berlin, Germany on 23 December 1947, of a concert broadcast by Berliner Rundfunk (Radio Berlin) on 17 December 1947. Joyce performed Rachmaninoff's Piano concerto no. 2 (Klavierkonzert c-moll Nr. 2), with the Berliner Philharmoniker, conducted by Sergiu Celibidache. See German original cutting in the same scrapbook (accession CAL0005/5/2int).

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