Daniel Barenboim; Jacqueline du Pré, by Clive Barda, 4 July 1976 - NPG x45154 - © Clive Barda

© Clive Barda

Daniel Barenboim; Jacqueline du Pré

by Clive Barda
bromide fibre print, 4 July 1976
9 1/2 in. x 6 7/8 in. (242 mm x 175 mm)
Given by Clive Barda, 1993
NPG x45154

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Benetta Adamson

20 January 2017, 17:58

I can tell you what this event was: it was after the concert of Beethoven 9th, held on the steps of St Pauls, on the occasion of the celebration of the Bicentennial of US independence. Ludgate Hill was closed for a crowd of about 70,000. Before the Beethoven, the choir (of which I was a member) sang the Star Bangled Banner after Douglas Fairbanks Jnr intoned the Declaration of Independence. Barenboim's wife, cellist Jacqueline du Pré was very ill with multiple sclerosis, but was present in the audience.

It was a very memorable event!

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