RUSSIA: Slavs Without Limit

"What is it about Russian music that creates such a tension in you?" asked famed Polish-English Conductor Leopold Stokowski in Manhattan last week, after stating that he will soon be off on his first visit to the Soviet Union. Answering his own question, the Conductor continued:

"Slavic art, unlike others, covers the whole range of emotions and imagination. The artistic nature of the Slav is without taboos, without limits. The Slav allows his feeling to project itself in any direction. There is no such thing as 'bad form' in Russian art. It expresses...

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