Gone with the Sound Track

Ferguson, Stanley
March 1942
New Republic;3/30/42, Vol. 106 Issue 13, p426
Offers observations on musician Morris Shuler's orchestra performance at the old Grand Theater in Massachusetts. Account of the musical overtures at the theater by Shuler; Comment that Morris never had more than eleven men in his pit at one time but they often sounded like seventy; Reference to the book "Encyclopedia of Music for Pictures," written by Enro Rapee; Idea by writer Marrice A. Borodkin that orchestra leaders should see that their music fitted exactly with the geographical location of the scene played overhead.


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