The Great Orchestrator

Arthur Judson and American Arts Management

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A valuable portrait of one of the most powerful managers in American musical history.

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CoverTitle PageCopyrightContentsAcknowledgmentsIntroduction: Confronting the Silent GiantPart I: Discovering the Audience 1900-19211. The Young Educator2. The Lessons of Musical America3. Fertile Ground in Philadelphia, 1915-1921Part II: Cooperation and Cultivation 1921-19424. New Alliances, New Media, New York5. Managing a Renewal, 1922-19306. The List, the Old Man, and the English Replacement7. Competition and IndecisionPart III: The Empire of Diminishing Returns 1942-19568. The War Years and a Shift to a New Era9. Troubled WatersConclusion: Lessons From AJEpilogue: The Final YearsAppendix: Leaders of the New York Philharmonic Board of Directors, 1921-1963NotesSelected BibliographyIndex

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James M. Doering is a professor of music at Randolph-Macon College.