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■ banner image — Cesar Frank, 1822–1890. Sonata in A major for violin and piano : autograph manuscript, 1886., Mvt 1, p.1. Copyright © The Morgan Library & Museum.
■ Text copyright © Thomas Wolf.
■ Silver podstachanik photographed by Allan Green. Courtesy of Luboshutz-Goldovsky-Wolf archive.
■ Author photograph by Bay Chamber Concerts.
Resources | Listening
■ “Mr. Opera: Recollections of Metropolitan Opera/Texaco Intermission Broadcasts with Boris Goldovsky.” Audio recordings and CD booklet. Copyright © 2002 Goldovsky Foundation.
■ “Wolf Tracks: Music of My Family” compiled by Irene Goldovsky Wolf. Audio recordings and CD booklet. Copyright © 2007 Irene Goldovsky Wolf.
Resources | Viewing
■ Andrew Wolf | Franck Sonata, video: January 10, 1984. State Visit China. Toasts at State Dinner, Entertainment by violinist Isaac Stern and pianist Andrew Wolf, East Room. Master Tape #D30. Courtesy Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
■ Andrew Wolf | Franck Sonata, photograph: Winter Weather at the White House. Snow covers the bushes Friday, Feb. 1, 2019, outside the North Portico entrance of the White House. (Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian)
■ Musical Gifts. Copyright © 2012 The Strand Theatre & Matthew R. Simmons.
■ Joey: A profile of Joseph Silverstein. Copyright © 2008 D’Arcy Marsh.
■ Mrs. Sokoloff : A film by D’Arcy Marsh. Curtis Institute of Music. Copyright © 2015 D’Arcy Marsh.
Resources | Photographs
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■ 1880–1930 | Portrait of César Franck. Copyright © Lebrecht Music Arts / Bridgeman Images.
■ 1931–present | Post-concert Reception at the Captain Eels’ Board Barn. Courtesy Curtis Institute of Music Archive.
■ 1931–present | Lea, Marlene Dietrich, and Leo Lerman, 1957. Courtesy Billy Rose Theatre Division, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.