Music: Music Notes, Aug. 26, 1929

Coates Off. Conductor Albert Coates of London finished his guest-conducting of the Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra in Lewisohn Stadium, Manhattan, 80 minutes before his boat sailed for Europe one night last week. He still had time to make a speech, and said, "It isn't an orchestra. It's a miracle." Knowing ones credited tireless Willem von Hoogstraten, summer director.

Chicago Union. The Chicago Federation of Musicians announced a series of 30 public concerts through September, beginning Labor Day in Grant Park, by a 50-man orchestra. On the list to be invited to conduct: Frederick...

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