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1929-30 Scrapbook (Part 1 of 3), May 25, 1929 - Nov 16, 1929

ID:
555-013-01
Abstract
- Erich Kleiber to conduct under Toscanini - Musical America aticle: "Monopoly and Music" - New York as a one-orchestra town - Profile of Leo Schulz, retired first cellist of Philharmonic Orchestra - Announcement of 1930 European Tour - Ten new members added to the Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York - Article discussing the problem of late arrivals at concerts - Toscanini retires from La Scala post - "The Genius of Richard Strauss" - Philharmonic opens 88th season - Claude Bragdon leads redesign of the stage setting at the Academy of Music in Brooklyn - Toscanini conducts Berlioz's "Harold in Italy" - New York Philharmonic discontinues concerts in Baltimore - Toscanini conducts "Ein Heldenleben" for the first time in New York - Guila Bustabo makes New York debut in opening concert of Children's Series
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  • Leon Levy Foundation
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