People, Feb. 16, 1953

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In New Orleans' Municipal Auditorium, as the audience sat listening to Guest Conductor Leopold Stokowski lead the Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra through Manuel de Falla's El Amor Brujo, the unmistakable Dixieland beat of a jazz orchestra scorched through from an adjoining ballroom. Stokowski stabbed the air with his baton, stopped his orchestra and said: "New Orleans is the only city in the world where you can buy one ticket and get two concerts." Then he retired to the wings until the competing orchestra, playing for...

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