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1930-31 Scrapbook (Part 3 of 3), Feb 1, 1931 - Aug 31, 1931

ID:
555-018-03
Abstract
- Zecchi makes New York debut - Profile on Charles Martin Loeffler - New York Philharmonic performs Loeffler's "Pagan Poem" in celebration of Loeffler's seventieth birthday - Molinari conducts his final concert of the season - Toscanini returns to New York Philharmonic for second half of the season - Bruno Walter engaged as guest conductor for 1931-32 season - Stokowski guest conducts New York Philharmonic at a pension benefit concert - Philharmonic's Tour of the Pacific Coast is delayed due to Toscanini's existing engagements in Europe for the Spring and Summer - Fear of Union conflct with American Federation of Musicians after around 30 orchestra members are notified their contracts for the following season are being held in abeyance - Profile of Carla Toscanini, wife of Arturo Toscanini - Alexander Cores and Ossip Giskin retire from Philharmonic after refusing new contracts - Mishel Piastro succeeds Scipione Guidi as concertmaster of the Philharmonic. Hans Lange promoted to assistant conductor - Toscanini, Arturo beaten by facist Italian for refusing to play hymn - Toscanini, Arturo passport suspended, unable to leave Italy
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