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Published on Jul 30, 2010
Eminent Hungarian composer Miklos Rozsa led a double life: whilst composing some of Hollywood's greatest film scores he also maintained a high reputation in the concert hall. The Viola Concerto Op. 37 was completed in 1979. Rozsa spent nine months each year in Hollywood and composed his concert material in Italy each Summer. This work was premiered in 1984 under Andre Previn with Pinchas Zukerman in Pittsburgh, but the performance here is uncredited. (Info welcome!)