Music: Philadelphia Guest

There are flippants who think of Ossip Gabrilowitsch as the little conductor with the highest collar in the world. There are others who know him better-as the Russian pianist who came to the U. S. and married Clara Clemens, Mark Twain's daughter, or as the conductor who went to Detroit and built up an orchestra there.

All well-informed on musical matters know him as a musician of outstanding merit whose littlest interpretations are fraught with beauty. So it was last week that Philadelphia greeted him cordially, even as he stood on the throne of so great a god as Leopold Stokowski, away...

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