Louisville Orchestra

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Side B: "In Retrospect: Program VI," a former conductor of the Louisville Orchestra and Dean of the School of Music at the University of Louisville interviews J. Alexander Stewart and Lyle Baker regarding the history of the Louisville Orchestra. A WUOL radio program.
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The narrator discusses Harry Bloom, the Louisville Evening Post, the Louisville Times, apartment buildings at Second and Kentucky Streets, Louise Harris, Morris Simon, Joseph Hourath, the Young Men's Hebrew Association Orchestra, Robert Whitney and the Louisville Orchestra, the Music Study Club, Mrs. Sideny Meyers, Mrs. Lewis Cole, Etta Rauch, Emily Dembitz, Hattie Bishop Speed, Morris Spearlmutter, Rabbi Gittleman, Fanny Brandeis, and Jean Tachau.
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Side 1: "In Retrospect: Program I," a former conductor of the Louisville Orchestra and Dean of the School of Music at the University of Louisville interview Mary Helen Byck and Barry Bingham, Sr., regarding the Louisville Orchestra's early history. A WUOL radio program.
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Side B: "In Retrospect: Program VIII," a former conductor of the Louisville Orchestra and Dean of the School of Music at the University of Louisville interviews Charles P. Farnsley regarding the history of Louisville Orchestra. A WUOL radio program.
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Side A: "In Retrospect: Program IX," a former conductor of the Louisville Orchestra and Dean of the School of Music at the University of Louisville interviews Charles P. Farnsley regarding the history of Louisville Orchestra. A WUOL radio program.
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Side A: "In Retrospect: Program VII," a former conductor of the Louisville Orchestra and Dean of the School of Music at the University of Louisville interviews Harper Fowley regarding the history of Louisville Orchestra. A WUOL radio program.
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The Louisville Orchestra - its developments, the commissioning program, and its successes. Also covers Mrs. Kain's life and that of her husband, Richard Kain, an English professor at the University of Louisville.
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Korda, who headed the Dwight Anderson Memorial Library at the University of Louisville's School of Music from 1947 through 1988 and played viola for the Louisville Orchestra for more than forty years, discusses her career in music and librarianship.
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Dr. Noer, past professor and chairman of the Department of Surgery at the University of Louisville and past president of the board of directors of the Louisville Orchestra, talks about his life in Louisville and his work with the Louisville Orchestra. Transcription only.
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Side A: "In Retrospect: Program V," a former of the Louisville Orchestra and Dean of the School of Music at the University of Louisville interviews J. Alexander Stewart regarding the history of the Louisville Orchestra. A WUOL radio program.