Fritz Reiner has closed his first season as Conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, with many tunes of praise following him. Mr. Reiner has displayed a full measure of lively talent as an interpreter of music and a director of musicians, and has in addition shown much capacity as a program maker—it takes creative imagination to get up an interesting list of compositions for an evening. Take his last "popular" program, perhaps the most difficult kind to put together. His orchestral pieces were: the overture...

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