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The George Gershwin Reader$
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Robert Wyatt and John Andrew Johnson

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9780195327113

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195327113.001.0001

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Lawrence Gilman: “Mr. George Gershwin Plays His New Jazz Concerto” (1925)

Lawrence Gilman: “Mr. George Gershwin Plays His New Jazz Concerto” (1925)

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(p.85) 22 Lawrence Gilman: “Mr. George Gershwin Plays His New Jazz Concerto” (1925)
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The George Gershwin Reader
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Robert Wyatt

John Andrew Johnson

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195327113.003.0022

This chapter presents the text of music critic Lawrence Gilman's review of George Gershwin's performance of his Concerto in F at the Carnegie Hall with the New York Symphony Orchestra (NYSO) which was published in the December 4, 1925, issue of the New York Herald. In his article, Gilman evaluates Gershwin's “jazz concerto” by applying each of those terms to the works content and he concludes that the vitality of the former makes dependence of the latter burdensome. He also mentions NYSO conductor Walter Damrosch's positive comments on Gershwin's composition and musical style.

Keywords:   George Gershwin, Concerto in F, Lawrence Gilman, jazz concerto, Walter Damrosch, New York Symphony Orchestera

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