Music: Hot Weather Harvest

Of the dozen or so U. S. cities where during the summer bands and orchestras play good music to easygoing audiences in stadiums and parks, most had seasons under way last week.

¶ To play six nights and one matinee a week at Cleveland's Great Lakes Exposition, a Great Lakes Symphony was organized, drawing 100 men from the Cleveland Symphony, Detroit Symphony. New York Philharmonic Symphony. Guest leaders during the summer were to be Hans Kindler of Washington, D. C., Erno Rapee of the radio, Frank Black. National Broadcasting Co.'s general musical director. Karl Krueger...

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