Music: Stokowski's School

Napoleon said the baton of a field marshal was hidden in the knapsack of every soldier. Leopold Stokowski, Little Corporal of orchestra directors, believes the baton of a conductor may be concealed in the sleeve of each and every man in his famed Philadelphia Orchestra. Following the resignations last week of assistant conductor Artur Rodzinski, who goes to the Coast as leader of the Los Angeles Philharmonic; of concert master Mischa Mischakoff, who blurted that he was leaving because of Stokowski's "rude and unfair treatment"; and of David Dubinsky, leader of the...

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