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Symphony Orchestra Leader.

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Mr. Wilhelm Gericke is to resume the leadership of the Boston Symphony Orchestra next year. He was the second leader of the orchestra, taking it after Mr. Henschel in 1884 and keeping it until 1889. He was succeeded by Mr. Nikisch, and then by Mr. Emil Paur, who gave his last concert in Music Hall on Saturday. Mr. Gericke has been living in Dreden and Vienna since he left Boston; as he is in many ways the greatest leader the Symphony has had, his return is welcomed.

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