Music: Junior Orchestra

Far more concerned with the development of music in the U. S. was a concert given in Manhattan the night after the Pizzetti-Toscanini celebration. This second concert was by the National High School Orchestra, an organization of 182 boys and girls trained by Joseph E. Maddy at the National High School Orchestra and Band Camp at Interlocken, Mich. Conductor Maddy, a professor of music at the University of Michigan, organized the School Orchestra in 1926, chose then 236 children from 30 states' to play at a music supervisors' conference. Out of this...

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