The London Symphony Orchestra of New York, conducted by Steve Richman, performs an outdoor concert in Prospect Park, Brooklyn for WBAI's Free Music Store on July 23, 1972. Musicians include William Blount and Travis Towle, clarinet; Richard Vrotney, Peter Dutton, Michael McCraw, Marvin Feinsmith, Randy Haviland and Carl Sawicki, bassoon; Marsha Heller, Stephen Berkelhammer, Brenda Schuman, and James Kendricks, oboes; Earl Chapin, Sarah Larson, Vincent Schneider, Steve Richman, Lloyd Rosevear, Ed Dieck and David Scobell[sp?], horns; Bob Haley, Jack Laumer, Bob Denks[sp?], Bob Saranack[sp?] and Steve Keppel, trumpet; Bob Bush, timpani; Roy Pennington and Norm Freeman, percussion; and Jaime Austria, electric bass. The orchestra performs Serenade in C minor, K. 388, no. 12 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Sextet for winds by Ludwig van Beethoven; and Music for the royal fireworks by George Frideric Handel. The tape is introduced by Dan Kavanaugh. Produced by Steve Richman and WBAI's Music Department.
This recording was formerly cataloged as BC0709.26. Sound drops out around 00:46:55 and 00:49:00.