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Volume VII: Human Rights Commission Hearings, Testimony of Watts and Stutch, Sep 30, 1969 - Sep 30, 1969

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679-01-07
Abstract
Transcript testimony of Andre Watts regarding his appearance at age 16 with the New York Philharmonic and substitute for Glenn Gould during subscription concerts; Testimony of Nathan Stutch, assistant principal cellist for the New York Philharmonic, regarding auditioning procedures for new orchestra members. Discussion of relative importance of solo playing and reading portions of audition; Discussion if black musicians were judged differently than white musicians in auditions; Testimony of Nathan Stutch about auditions of Earl Madison and Arthur Davis.
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  • Leon Levy Foundation
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