Music: Movie Music

Alfred Wallenstein, sometime concert cellist, has been musical director of Newark, N. J.'s station WOR (Mutual network) for five years. Long ago he disabused the station's management of their theory that Bach was too high-brow for their listeners; long ago he began putting new compositions on the air. Last week Director Wallenstein for the 300th time gave a work its radio debut.

Though it did not sound like it, the music was from the movies: a suite compiled by French-Swiss Composer Arthur Honegger (pronounced hahnegger) from the score he wrote for the earthy French...

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