Music: CHrysler Records

Having sung ably at Detroit's International Music Festival (TIME, June 3), the 200 members of the Chrysler Motors male choir reassembled in Detroit last month, lustily sang 15 selections before a microphone. A telephone wire carried the sound to The Bronx where Muzak Corp., run by Chrysler Director Waddill Catchings, recorded it on eight disks by a new process which catches more sound vibrations per second than do others currently in use. The records were made by special order of Walter P. Chrysler, who is distinctly proud of the choir which grew...

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