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Attached is a printable music review by Lawrence Morton (1904 - 1987), long time advocate of modern music and habitual contributor to MUSICAL QUARTERLY and MODERN MUSIC. One of Morton's greatest interests was the music of Stravinsky, and it is Stravinsky's "Symphony in Three Movements" that was discussed in this 1947 review:

"The symphony opens in full orchestra with a mighty affirmation of confidence and resolution. Then the horns state the main problem with which the composer would confront us: other instruments reiterate it, as if to show it to us from new angles and with new perspectives..."

This particular performance was conducted in Los Angeles by Otto Klemperer (1885 - 1973), who was singled out for high praise in this article.


Otto Klemperer Conducts Stravinsky  (Rob Wagner's Script, 1947)

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