Music: July Records

Some phonograph records are musical events. Each month TIME will no— the noteworthy*


Beethoven''; Symphony No. 3 by Conductor Max von Schillings and the Berlin State Orchestra (Columbia, $12)—Ber-lin's big man gives a dramatic reading of the monumental Eroica which Beethoven intended, until his hero took the crown of Emperor, to dedicate to Napoleon.

Brahms' Concerto in B Flat by Pianist Arthur Rubinstein and the London Symphony under Conductor Albert Coates (Victor, $10)—A literal, well-rounded performance of what is for many the greatest of concertos. Brilliant Pianist Rubinstein could learn much from Ossip...

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