Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music - January 1, 1943

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Musical Courier, January 1, 1943. Volume CXXVII, Number 1. Front cover: Andres de Segurola, former member of Metropolitan Opera Company and now a singing teacher. Back cover: Giorgio D'Andria, General Manager of National Grand Opera Co. Articles include Debut of James Melton as Tamino at the Metropolitan and Lily Djanel as Salome; South America's 1943 Season Offers Artists Opportunity; Music our soldiers will find in Africa; New York Concerts including Sir Thomas Beecham conducting the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra on Dec. 8 in Mozart's Symphony in D ( Sir Thomas had difficulty finding a baton he liked and then broke it during the Mozart and continued directing with his hands); Leopold Stowkowski directing Shostakovitch's Seventh Symphony; Rebecca Finn's debut at Carnegie Hall; editorial on Social Security coverage for musicians. Reviews of New York recitals by performers Marisa Regules, Rudolf Serkins, the Le Roy trio (Rene Le Roy, Janos Scholz, and Albert Hirsh), Ralph Kirkpatrick, Joseph Schuster and Nadia Reisenberg, Zino Francescatti, Jan Smeterlin, George Copeland in his first New York appearance in four years, Rand Smith, Bronislaw Huberman, Lotte Lehmann, Sidor Belarsky, Emanual List, Samuel Dushkin, Romolo de Spirito, Robert Kitain, Nathan Milstein, Kurt Appelbaum, Trapp Family Singers. News from Radio, Chicago, London, Hollywood. Numerous advertisements from teachers, conservatories, music schools, piano manufacturers, music publishers, and artists seeking engagements. Front cover has a long crease. See our other listings for more copies of Musical Courier from the twenties and forties.

Title: Musical Courier : Weekly Review of the World's Music - January 1, 1943

Author Name: Musical Courier

Categories: Music,

Publisher: New York, Musical Courier Company: 1943

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 005892