The Vienna Philharmonic's annual New Year's Concert is the most listened-to and viewed concert even in the world. Willi Boskovsky's name is inseparably connected with this legendary, annual event - he directed it 25 times, from 1955 to 1979, more often than any other conductor. With violin in hand, his Viennese charm, and a beguiling sense of humour, he brought to Strauss's music an infallible feeling for its dance-like verve. Here, for the first time on video, you can relive his golden era of music making. .