Philadelphia Orchestra 1951-52 Season Program

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The Philadelphia Orchestra, Season 1951-1952, Academy of Music, Philadelphia, October 5, 6, 8.


 

Names in this online transcription include Aleinikoff, Alessandroni, Angelucci, Arian, Atkinson, Bailiff, Balis, Batchelder, Batten, Bauer, Belenko, Berwind, Black, Bove, Braverman, Brodo, Bullitt, Clifford, Cole, Coleman, Costanzo, Costello, Dabrowski, de Lancie, de Pasquale, Del Negro, Di Camillo, Di Fulvio, Druian, Eisenberg, Eney, Epstein, Fearn, Ferguson, Fischer, Fisnar, Frantz, Garman, Gerhard, Gesensway, Geyelin, Gigliotti, Goldstein, Gorodetzer, Gorodetzky, Gray, Greenberg, Gruner, Guerra, Gusikoff, Hale, Harper, Hayward, Henry, Hering, Hilger, Hilsberg, Hinger, Hoffman, Horner, Ingersoll, Jones, Kahn, Kaufman, Kincaid, Krachmalnick, Krauss, Kresse, Kurtz, Lambert, Lannutti, Lazzaro, Lester, Lewin, Lifschey, Littleton, Loeben, Lusak, Madison, Maresh, Mayer, McDonald, McIlhenny, Miller, Minkser, Mogill, Morris, Mueller, Munroe, Neuman, Ormandy, Pierson, Podemski, Primavera, Putlitz, Rebmann, Rehrig, Reynolds, Roberts, Roens, Rosen, Rosenbaum, Rosenfeld, Rosenwald, Roth, Rowe, Ruden, Samuel, Schmidt, Schoenbach, Schulman, Schwartz, Scott, Scully, Serpentini, Shamlian, Sharlip, Shulik, Siegel, Simkin, Simkins, Sinkler, Sokoloff, Stahl, Sterin, Strassenberger, Tabuteau, Taynton, Terry, Tomei, Torchinsky, Torello, Valerio, Wiemann, Wigler, Winsor, Wister, Zenker.

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