December 1965
Time;12/31/1965, Vol. 86 Issue 27, p57
Entertainment Review
The article reviews a performance of "Gershwiniana," a ballet-cantata, directed by Maner Lualdi and conducted by Henry Lewis in Milan, Italy.


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