Carl Weinrich, the American organist, is scheduled to give a program of early organ music at the Germanic Musecum tonight.
The recordings made recently of Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire and Alban Berge's Violin Concer-to bring to this country for the first
RCA's feature release this month is the Brahms Double Concerto for Violin and Cello, played by Heifetz and Feuermann with
Well, the summer season's over, and taken all in all it was a good season. More people than ever before
A small section from the prolific output of Hector Villa-Lobos has been released this month in an album by Victor.
The Harvard University Orchestra (Pierian Sodality of 1808) will top off a successful season tonight in its annual concert at
Well, the much-heralded, long-awaited recording of Beethoven's Missa Solemnis is out at last, (Victor, two volumes, Albums M758 & M759),
Victor's feature release for March is the Toscanini-Horowitz recording of the Brahms B-flat Piano Concerto (Album M-740). Without going into
The two outstanding student musical events of the year will be presented this week and next: the annual concert by
The series of concerts at the Germanic Museum continues next Monday evening with a concert of harp and organ music,
Don Quixote has always been the black sheep among the Richard Strauss tone poems. It has consistently been denied the
There has been a lot of resurrecting going on lately. Dmitri Mitropoulos uncarthed the Mahler First Symphony, and played it
A late recording: Beethoven's Quartet Opus 18 No. 5, recorded by the Coolidge Quartet. The quartet, one of those early
As its contribution to the current Sibelius festival, Columbia has brought out a new recording of the Second Symphony played
The Metropolitan Opera Company, as its opening offering for the 1940 radio season, will revive Mozart's Marriage of Figaro on