Music: Versatile Visitor

Rare is the symphony orchestra which has constantly at its command the services of a conductor who is also an adept soloist. Yet such an orchestra is the Detroit Symphony which last week made its annual visit to Manhattan. Detroit's double-barreled man is Ossip Gabrilowitsch, long famed as a pianist of the first order, famed since he began working in Detroit (1918) as an able conductor. His performance last week was to conduct Karl Philipp Emanuel Bach's brisk Concerto in D, followed with an uneven performance of Brahms' Fourth Symphony. Then, handing his...

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