Music: Summer Bands

Of the dozen or more U. S. cities where bands and orchestras play good music to indulgent summer audiences, many began their seasons last week.

¶ To open its 20th season of concerts in the Lewisohn Stadium, the New York Philharmonic engaged enterprising Conductor Vladimir Golschmann of St. Louis and Violinist Albert Spalding as soloist, sold 15,000 tickets. Mrs. Charles S. Guggenheimer announced that $65,000 had been collected toward the $75,000 budget. Adolph Lewisohn, 88, who donated the $225,000 stadium, promised other conductors like Fritz Reiner, Willem Van Hoogstraten, Alexander Smallens, George...

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