Music: Season's Start

In Manhattan last week towering Otto Klemperer marched before the Philharmonic Symphony, thrust his baton into the air and drew forth the overture to a new music season. Next day in Philadelphia Leopold Stokowski was back on his spotlit chromium podium. Rehearsals were under way in Boston under Sergei Koussevitzky, in Cleveland under Artur Rodzinski. Soon orchestras all over the U. S. will be in full stride.

Manhattan, Philadelphia and Boston can still claim to have the world's three blue-ribbon orchestras. But symphony music will also be played eloquently this winter in Chicago,...

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