Music: Composer's Chronicle

For three months this winter a thin. baggy-eyed Russian, considered by many to be one of the greatest of contemporary composers, will tour the U. S. For a fortnight in January he will conduct the New York Philharmonic-Symphony, for another fortnight the Cleveland Orchestra. Contracts are pending whereby Igor Stravinsky may also appear with the bis symphony orchestras on the Pacific Coast. He will play the piano in joint recitals with Samuel Dushkin. the self-effacing violinist who is devoting his career to Stravinsky's music. Last week Stravinsky's autobiography was published in the U....

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