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1930-31 Scrapbook (Part 1 of 3), Jun 1, 1930 - Nov 4, 1930

ID:
555-018-01
Abstract
- Erich Kleiber inaugurated as guest conductor for New York Philharmonic - Kleiber debut - Alfred Wallenstein cellist proves deformity in hands - New York Philharmonic premiere of Gruenberg's The Enchanted Isle - Kleiber conducts American premieres of three works on a single concert, Hindemith's "Neues vom Tage", Stoelzel's Concerto Grosso a Quattro Chori, and fragments from Berg's Wozzeck - Alban Berg's Wozzeck is performed for the first time by New York Philharmonic - New York Philharmonic performs Richard Wagner's Columbus Overture for first time
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