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1936-37 Scrapbook (Part 1 of 4), Jun 7, 1936 - Dec 1, 1936

ID:
555-026-01
Abstract
- Philharmonic signs 5-year contract with the Columbia Broadcasting System - Stravinsky publishes his memoirs - Georges Enesco, Guest Conductor - Hans Lange appointed associate conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Max Schlossberg, Obituary - Vogue Magazine, "Five Key Men": Carlos Chavez, Igor Stravinsky, John Barbirolli, Georges Enesco, and Artur Rodzinski - Barbirolli makes American debut as new conductor of the Philharmonic - Concert to benefit the Philharmonic Pension Fund - American premiere of the concert version of Vaughn Williams' Job, A Masque for Dancing - Philharmonic premieres of Schubert's "German Dances" as arranged by Anton Webern, Handel-Elgar's Overture in D minor, and Mozart's Symphony No. 33 in B flat - Barbirolli finds baton impotent, conducts with eyes instead
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