|Title:||My Musical Life|
|Publisher:||Charles Scribner's Sons|
|Tags:||autobiography, memoir, music, non-fiction|
This autobiography tells the story of Walter Damrosch, a Polish-American music conductor and composer, whose father, Leopold, helped found the New York Oratorio Society. Walter founded the Damrosch Opera Company and reorganized the New York Symphony Society and conducted it until 1927, when it was combined with the Philharmonic Society. He did several world tours in Europe and N. America with his company and his descriptions of travelling and performing in war-torn areas of Europe during WWI is interesting. [Suggest a different description.]
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