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1903-04 Press Scrapbook, Sep 1, 1903 - Apr 23, 1904

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555-001-01
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- Press clippings 1903-04 Season - Richard Strauss debut in America - Profile of Conductors - Conductors from Europe come to America to conduct the Philharmonic - Richard Strauss conducts his own Love Scene from "Feuersnot" and "Death and Transfiguration" - Richard Strauss conducts Mozart's "Jupiter Symphony" - Wassily Safonoff conducts Tchaikovsky's "Pathetique" Symphony - Jacques Thibaud plays Lalo Violin Concerto No 1 - Negative criticism of Berlioz "Symphonie Fantastique" and prediction that Berliox' music will not survive - Edouard Colonne conducts a rare performance of Berlioz "Symphonie Fantastique" - Warm response to conductor Edouard Colonne - American debut and great praise of pianist Alfred Reisenauer playing Liszt - Felix Weingartner conducts Beethoven's Seventh Symphony - Philharmonic Debut of composer/conductor Felix Weingartner - Season of star foreign conductors 1903-1904 - Article on the dearth of good players in symphony orchestra countrywide blaims unions - David Bispham sings songs of Richard Strauss - Weingartner on conducting - Extra concert with conductor Felix Weingartner and pianist Alfred Reisenauer - Bravos for conductor Felix Weingartner - Beethoven's "Emperor" Concerto with pianist Alfred Reisenauer and conductor Felix Weingartner - Great praise for pianist Alfred Reisenauer - Return of violinist Maud Powell - Admission of Women to union membership - Negative critique of Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 2 - Praise for conductor Edouard Colonne - Royalties paid to heirs of Richard Wagner from performances of his music in France
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