Martin Mayer on music

Mayer, Martin
July 1975
New Republic;7/19/75, Vol. 173 Issue 3, p21
Entertainment Review
Presents information on the musical concerts conducted by music composers Maurice Abravanel and Julius Rudel in England and France respectively as of July 19, 1975. Profile of the work performed by Abravanel and Rudel; Personality traits of Abravanel; Features of the demonstration given by Abravanel; Details of the performance of Rudel in Paris, France; Description of gestures made by Rudel on the podium.


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