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1926 Stadium Scrapbook, May 5, 1926 - Aug 30, 1926

ID:
555-010-01
Abstract
- 1926 Stadium Concerts under Willem van Hoogstraten - Reviews of 1926 Stadium Concerts - Opening remarks by Adolph Lewisohn, philanthropist, Honorary Chairman of the Stadium Concerts - Newspaper articles about Stadium Concerts in various languages - All-Beethoven Program - Stadium debut of Scriabin's "The Divine Poem" - Office building pays entire Chicago Symphony Orchestra deficit - Auditions of soloists for Stadium Concerts - Radio broadcasts of Wednesday and Saturday Stadium Concerts over WJZ - Incorrect statement in NY Times article that the New York Philarmonic is second oldest orchestra in the world, behind the London Philharmonic - Winning vocal soloists for 1926 Stadium Concerts - Renovations of stage and lighting for 1926 Stadium Concerts - Profile of Willem van Hoogstraten - Stadium debut of Respighi's "Pines of Rome" - Stadium debut of Mahler's Symphony No. 1 - New York Premiere of the Andante from an unfinished symphony by Roy Harris - Annual performances of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony with a chorus of 200 - Stadium debut of Strvinsky's "Rite of Spring" - Cool reception to Mahler's Symphony No. 1 - Enthuiastic reception to Stravinsky's "Rite of Spring", some hissing - Premiere of Borowski's Semiramis - New appraisals of Stravinsky's Le Sacre dur Printemps - New American pieces introduced by conductor Henry Hadley - Praise for conductor/composer Henry Hadley - Stadium debut of conductor Frederick Stock - Numerous concerts devoted to works of Richard Wagner - Stadium debut of Ravel's Rapsodie Espgnol - Frederick Stock conducts his "revision for modern orchestra" of Schumann's Symphony No. 3 - Praise for soprano Helen Traubel singing Wagner excerpts - Lavish applause for conductor Frederic Stock - Criticism of Frederick Stock's trancription of Schumann's"Rhenish" Symphony
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