Music: New Records, Jul. 8, 1946

Dohnányi: Suite in F Sharp Minor (Philharmonic Orchestra of Los Angeles, Alfred Wallenstein conducting; Decca, 6 sides). Disjointed but pleasant melodies by Hungary's 68-year-old Brahmsian. The recording is a bid for the symphonic big league by Decca Records and the Los Angeles orchestra. Performance: good.

Mozart: Violin Concerto in A Major, No. 5 (Adolf Busch and the Busch Chamber Players; Columbia, 7 sides). Violinist Busch and his relatives play sternly but without much of Mozart's spirit. Performance: fair.

Elie Siegmeister: Ozark Set (Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, Dimitri Mitropoulos conducting: Columbia, 4 sides). A pretentious...

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