Music: Last of the Wallensteins

Proud of its Metropolitan Opera broadcasts, its NBC Symphony under $4,000-a-shot Arturo Toscanini, is National Broadcasting Co. Proud of smaller but nevertheless comparable achievements in good music is Newark, N. J.'s Station WOR which, operating on a single station's budget, feeds its programs to the Mutual network. Music director of WOR for five years has been smart, dapper, businesslike Alfred ("Wally") Wallenstein, onetime concert and orchestra cellist. One of the best of native U. S. conductors, Wallenstein leads a WOR Sinfonietta and a group called Symphonic Strings. This spring for the 300th time...

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