William A. Weber

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Joseph Szigeti

(Reprinted from the Harvard Crimson, Feb. 22, 1963. Mr. Szigeti will lecture on his recordings with Bartok in Paine Hall

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Saint Pelagia

A month ago I attacked the student opera The Cursed Dauncers for its facile use of medieval setting. The Conversion

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Student Music

The management of this concert showed some worthwhile innovations. Several of the performers were musicians hired for the occasion, and

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Israel in Egypt

A Handel oratorio is almost too much fun; it's just so easy to bellow out that "good old Handel," the

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The Cursed Daunsers

Some simple facts about The Cursed Daunsers' presentation at the Loeb are worth acclaim in themselves. The opera presents the

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Beethoven and Cage

The program which Adams House presented on Wednesday night seemed at the start totally miscellaneous. The Beethoven Violin Sonata, Op.96,

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Schrade Discusses Fate In Development of Opera

Baroque opera laid the ground for all music drama that was to follow it, contended Leo Schrade at his fourth

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Rebirth of Music Drama, Tragedy Was Limited, Schrade Maintains

"Is the story of the rebirth of the music drama that of the miscarriage of tragedy?" Leo Schrade asked at

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Schrade Describes Role of 'Daemon' in Tragedy

"The affinity of the tragic and the daemonic is the chisel with which to cut in relief the face of

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Henry Swoboda

As Henry Swoboda, the new conductor of the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra, greets you, he shoots out his baton hand with disarming

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Harvard Wind Ensemble

The formation of a University wind ensemble apart from the Harvard Band was a wise move, as the Harvard Wind

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Leon Kirchner

Leon Kirchner has had a startling career as a professional pianist, a most prominent composer, and now Professor of Music

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The Glee Club and Choral Society

The joint concert of the Harvard and Radcliffe choruses Friday night was not an Etcetera concert. That was fortunate: choral

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The Claremont Quartet

Since the Claremont Quartet played three modern works Thursday night, the question naturally arises of how radical each quartet was--traditional?

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Dido and Aeneas

Ideals of love as high as Dido's demand much from a production if they are to be convincing. Dido, of

Echelman string sculpture
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Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

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ISIL is Not the End of the World

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The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

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