Wechsberg, Joseph
May 1970
New Yorker;5/30/1970, Vol. 46 Issue 15, p38
The article discusses the characteristics of a musical group which is known as an orchestra in New York. The symphony orchestra is considered as a complex musical instrument which exercises teamwork. The performance of the orchestra is deemed as great, depending on the individual members, the matching qualities in a section, interrelationship of the sections and the professional pride in the players themselves.


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