Sargeant, Winthrop
April 1970
New Yorker;4/25/1970, Vol. 46 Issue 10, p127
The article reports on the celebration of a music festival "Salud Casals," in honor of Pablo Casals, regarded as the greatest living musician, in the U.S. The event features the performances by the American Symphony Orchestra and a hundred cellists from all over the world. All the performers will contribute for the benefit of the American Symphony Orchestra Free Concerts for Children and the United Nations International School.


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