Music: Orchestras

In Manhattan last week; on the stage of Carnegie Hall, Conductor Walter Damrosch lifted his baton high for the first New York Symphony concert of the season. Mozart had the honor of beginning, with his energetic Symphony in D, cooked to order at his father's command to tickle the palate of a Salzburg burgomaster. Schumann was next with his Concerto in A Minor, with Pianist Alfred Cortot to spin the important thread cunningly. Then came a stranger, Jacques Ibert, with three pieces from his ballet suite, Les Rencontres, given its U. S....

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