Music: Americans Abroad

Wherever the Americans went they were greeted as conquering heroes. In Athens they were cheered on to three encores. In Teheran the Shah and his sister put in their own requests (his: Berlioz' Hungarian March; hers: Dvorak's Slavonic

Dances). In Bombay Indians rose for a standing ovation. The cheers were for the 100-piece Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra and its conductor, Antal Dorati. 51. Last week, to another ovation in Belgrade, the orchestra wound up a triumphant five weeks' tour of a dozen cities in eight countries from the Balkans to the Indian Ocean.

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