A Letter From The Publisher: Nov. 10, 1961

IN many of the sections that make up what we call TIME'S "back of the book," this is the peak season. Broadway, after the summer slackness, is alight with almost nightly openings. Book publishers have their fall lists, art galleries and museums their big shows. For Music Editor Richard Murphy, it is a busied round of operatic debuts, music recitals by the up and coming, and major concerts by the established artists. One of the highlights of the season is Artur Rubinstein's remarkable ten-concert series in Manhattan, and reporting on it gives Murphy a rare opportunity to stand back and single...

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