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1909-10 Scrapbook (Part 2 of 2), Jan 2, 1910 - Apr 4, 1910

ID:
555-005-02
Abstract
- The Philharmonic gives a series of six historical concerts programming the most famous composers from the Baroque to the present day. - Mahler initiates a Beethoven cycle. - Ferruccio Busoni performs as soloist with New York Philharmonic - Philharmonic gives first Sunday Concert. - Conductor Gustav Mahler and soloist, pianist Josef Weiss, argue before concert, Weiss leaves. Paolo Gallico replaces Weiss without a rehearsal - Theodore Spiering, concertmaster of the Philharmonic orchestra, gives recital - Philharmonic gives concert in honor of Richard Wagner on the anniversary of his death - Richard Arnold resigns as business manager of the Philharmonic
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  • Leon Levy Foundation
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