Music: New Records, Dec. 17, 1956

Manhattan Composer Henry Brant is flute-prone. When he spots a vintage model he has never seen before, his eyes glitter with excitement and he examines the old vented tube with the fervor of a doctor hunting a symptom. "Wow," he will say in wonderment. "Look at that plumbing!" Then he places mouthpiece to lip and, if the instrument is not too leaky, ripples out a modernist roulade. One of Composer Brant's finest works is a fond flute dream called Angels and Devils, a concerto for flute and flute orchestra. Now it is on records,...

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