November 1960
New Yorker;11/5/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 38, p157
The article focuses on the omissions made by conductor Leopold Stokowski on the opera "Orfeo" performed in New York City as published in the periodicals "Times" and "Herald Tribune" It states that about one third of the entire score was omitted. The "Herald Tribune" asserts that Stokowski refrained from meddling with the score.


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