Music: Pittsburgh's Own

For years wealthy Pittsburgh has heard symphony concerts only at the hands of strolling bands of players from other cities. But soon, if all goes well, it will have a high grade orchestra of its own. Under vigorous leadership of Mr. Oscar W. Demmler, its Musicians' Club has inaugurated 2,000 for the support of a permanent organization. The appeal is being widely broadcast, for its designed to attract many patrons of moderate means, rather than to be dependent upon the generosity of a few wealthy individuals.


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