Music: Detroit Symphony

The Detroit Symphony can never be without a soloist of the first magnitude so long as it can keep Ossip Gabrilowitsch. Last week he brought it eastward for its first Manhattan concert of the season, as conductor put it through the Don Juan of Richard Strauss and Brahms' First Symphony; gave his baton to Victor Kolar and turned pianist for Rachmaninoff's Second Concerto. Critics and audience alike had unqualified approval for Conductor-Pianist Gabrilowitsch, musician & poet, for the Detroit Symphony, waxing stronger each season. The verdict for the best orchestral demonstration of the...

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