Ida Haendel talks about Bach, Mozart and working with conductors

Martin Cullingford
Wednesday, July 3, 2013

For the latest Gramophone Podcast, editor Martin Cullingford met the legendary violinist Ida Haendel, whose career in the public eye dates back to 1937. She talks about Bach's Chaconne, the music of Mozart, working with conductors and her fondness for London. 

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Cadogan Hall hosts an Evening with Ida Haendel on Friday July 5. All excerpts on the Podcast are from Ida Haendel's new recital discs 'Chaconne' on RCA Red Seal - buy from Amazon

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