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Charles Munch$

D. Kern Holoman

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780199772704

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:osobl/9780199772704.001.0001

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Note: The list of recordings appears at the companion website.

Interviews

By the author:

Gustav Barth and Marc Boss, Louveciennes, September 5, 2007. Suzanne Danco, Aldeburgh, April 23, 1993. Michel Debost, by telephone, September 20, 2004. Lorna Cooke de Varon, by telephone, January 26, 2007. Jean Douay, by telephone, April 18, 2006. Doriot Anthony Dwyer, Cambridge, Mass., September 7, 2005. Vic Firth, Boston, April 6, 2006. Stephanie Friedman, by email, May 22, 2005. Jérôme Kaltenbach and Annie Kaltenbach, Villefavard, July 30, 2007. Jaime Laredo, Davis, Calif., February 17, 2008. Margo Miller, Boston, May 19, 2005. Sylvia Sandeen, Boston, September 8, 2005. Agnès Schoeller, Paris, August 29, 2007. Jean-Philippe Schweitzer, Louveciennes, September 8, 2005, July 29, 2008, Paris, April 27, 2006. Roger Shermont, Hyannis, Mass., April 5, 2006. Joseph Silverstein, December 5, 2005. Lita Starr, Carlsbad, Calif., October 7, 2005, April 10, 2006. Michael Steinberg, San Francisco, December 1, 2004. Roger Voisin, by telephone, September 19, 2005; Newton, Mass., April 6, 2006. Ronald Wilford, New York, September 16, 2007. Luben Yourdanoff, by telephone, April 25, 2006. Barbara Zighera, by email, September 19, 2007.

By Katerina Frank:

Leonid Gesin, May 5, 2007; see Frank, “Looking at Both Sides,” see under Books and Articles.

By Robert Ripley:

typescript transcriptions from tape, Boston Symphony Orchestra archive

John Barwicki, January 26, 1993. Pasquale Cardillo, December 9, 1991. Harold Faberman, August 5, 2002. Henry Freeman, July 21, 1992. Ralph Gomberg, July 28, 1992. Eugene Lehner, July 31, 1983. William Moyer, January 29, 1993. Thomas D. (Tod) Perry Jr., August 21, 1992. Robert Ripley (interviewed by Joel Moerschel), June 1, 1999. Roger Voisin, August 22, 1992.

letters

Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris

Charles Munch: to Harsányi, early 1952; to Guy Ropartz, November 2, 1946. Ernest Munch: to Guy Ropartz, April 2, 1919, February 20, 1920.

(p.262) Bibliothèque Nationale et Universitaire, Strasbourg (photocopies, largely of Munch family correspondence)

Célestine Munch: to CM, March 20, 1925, March 22, 1925, June 18, 1926, May 26, 1929, August 11, 1932, January 1, 1933, January 29, 1933; to Fritz Munch, February 10, 1919, May 29, 1919, September 5, 1932. CM: to Joseph Calvet, August 15, 1958; to Arthur Honegger, March 10, 1951; to Bohuslav Martinu, September 3, 1940; to Anne-Rose Méhu-Ebersolt, August 28, 1956, November 27, 1956; to Fritz Munch, December 10, 1945; to Albert Schweitzer, September 17, 1938; to Henri Weill, March 23, 1951. Albert Roussel: to Yvonne Gouverné, November 30, 1936. Karl Straube: to Fritz Munch, July 4, 1925.

Boston Symphony Orchestra

Leonard Burkat: to George Judd, September 11, 1950. Henry B. Cabot: to Ernest Ansermet, February 10, 1952; to editor, Boston Globe, November 7, 1968; to editor, Boston Herald, November 19, 1950; to Lucien R. Le Lièvre, April 20, 1948, April 28, 1948; to CM, April 12, 1950, May 19, 1950, November 7, 1950, November 28, 1950, February 14, 1951, April 8, 1952; to Geneviève Munch, April 8, 1948; to Conrad Oberdorfer, April 24, 1952; to Tod Perry, April 15, 1958. W. W. Caswell Jr.: to George Judd and Henry B. Cabot, February 10, 1949. Helen Coates: to Tod Perry, March 11, 1963. Dwight D. Eisenhower: to Henry B. Cabot, September 28, 1956. Susan B. Irving: to George Judd, March 31, 1948. George Judd: to Henry B. Cabot, April 27, 1949; to M. A. DeWolfe Howe, January 22, 1948; to Richard Mohr, September 28, 1949; to CM, March 31, 1950, June 11, 1952, September 3, 1952; to Bernard Zighera, May 22, 1951, May 23, 1951. William Judd: to George Judd, September 27, 1949. Lucien R. Le Lièvre: to Henry B. Cabot, July 20, 1950. Richard E. Myers to George Judd, April 15, 1948. Pierre Monteux: to CM, January 23, 1950, February 2, 1959. CM: to Henry B. Cabot, March 29, 1958; to George Judd, February 23, 1949; to Pierre Monteux, March 8, 1951; to Arturo Toscanini, November 8, 1951. Geneviève Munch: to George Judd, May 8, 1952. Richard E. Myers: to George Judd, April 15, 1948. Franklin K. Paddock, MD: to Tod Perry, July 15, 1960. Dr. Pelton: to Tod Perry, August 4, 1960. Frank Perkins: to George Judd, February 21, 1945. Tod Perry: to Helen Coates, March 5, 1963; to Henry B. Cabot, October 12, 1955, July 6, 1960, February 16, 1962, February 9, 1964, October 12, 1965; to CM, May 3, 1963, September 27, 1968, November 13, 1967; to John T. Noon, December 12, 1966; to Maxwell Rabb, October 15, 1957; to Perry Rathbone, January 8, 1962; to F. James Rybka, MD, March 5, 1963; to Ronald Wilford, February 5, 1963. F. James Rybka, MD: to editor, Time, March 3, 1963. Jean-Jacques Schweitzer: to Henry B. Cabot, December 29, 1961; to Tod Perry, January 7, 1969. Lucien Wesmaël: to Tod Perry, December 4, 1967. Ronald Wilford: to Tod Perry, February 19, 1963. H. G. Wonnacott: to Harold D. Hodgkinson, trustee, January 1949. Bernard Zighera: to George Judd, May 23, 1951.

Library of Congress

Leonard Bernstein: to Koussevitzky, May 21, 1948; to Helen Coates, April 11, 1955; to CM, February 3, 1964. Aaron Copland: to Koussevitzky, September 27, 1947; to Olga Koussevitzky, August 27, 1954; to Irving Fine, February 12, 1956.

Orchestre National, Documentation Musicale, Radio France

see under Manuscripts and Documents.

(p.263) Collection of Nicole and Jean-Jacques Schweitzer, Louveciennes (all to CM unless noted)

Paul Bastide, August 1939. Serge Baudo, April 27, 1967. Leonard Bernstein, February 3, 1964. Henry B. Cabot, April 2, 1961 (with Olivia Cabot). Pierre Capdevielle, July 4, 1942. Alfred Cortot, October 6, 1943, October 13, 1943. Henri Dutilleux, September 21, 1958, August 3, 1965. Doriot Anthony Dwyer to Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Cabot (forwarded to Schweitzers): November 11, 1968. Wilhelm Furtwängler, December 28, 1931, February 28, 1939, April 6, 1940, August 4, 1941, September 25, 1942. Otto Klemperer, August 31, 1927. Serge Koussevitzky, July 11, 1950. Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, August 31, 1932. Jean Martinon, July 23, 1943. Pierre Monteux, February 2, 1959. Moscow State Symphony Orchestra trombone section, October 11, 1957. Charles Moses, January 13, 1960. CM to Jean-Jacques Schweitzer and Nicole Henriot-Schweitzer, July 2, 1960. Ernest Munch, June 29, 1918. Fritz Munch, April 12, 1960. Walter Piston, January 4, 1952, January 5, 1964. Francis Poulenc, February 24, 1950, May 23, 1959, October 17, 1960, December 1960. Guy Ropartz, June 3, 1926, November 23, 1946. Albert Roussel, April 12, 1933, January 14, 1934, January 31, 1937. Arnold Schoenberg, November 22, 1950. Albert Schweitzer, June 30, 1936, July 16, 1938. Arturo Toscanini, November 28, 1951. Walter Toscanini, March 19, 1958. Wanda Toscanini Horowitz, February 3, 1957.

Yale University: Virgil Thomson papers, Irving S. Gilmore Music Library

Lincoln Kirstein: to Virgil Thomson, October 4, 1944, November 9, 1944, November 12, 1944, February 2, 1945.

Manuscripts and Documents

Boston Symphony Orchestra. “Australasian Tour 1960.” Mimeographed guide for musicians, 1960. BSO archive.

————. “Boston Symphony 75th Anniversary Press Book.” Mimeographed press release. Boston, 1958. BSO archive.

————. “Charles Munch / Music Director / Boston Symphony Orchestra.” Mimeographed press release, 1950. BSO archive.

————. “Charles Munch and the Boston Symphony Orchestra: Brief Fact Sheet.” Mimeographed press release (obituary), November 6, 1968. BSO archive.

————. “Charles Munch to Retire as B.S.O. Music Director at Conclusion of the 1962 Berkshire Festival / Erich Leinsdorf to Succeed Doctor Munch as Music Director in September 1962.” Mimeographed press release, April 21, 1962. BSO archive.

————. Contracts with Charles Munch, April 7, 1948, and following. BSO archive.

————. “European Tour 1956.” Mimeographed guide for musicians, 1956. BSO archive.

————. “First Transcontinental Tour, April–May 1953, as Reviewed by Music Critics of 16 Cities.” Mimeographed press release. BSO archive.

————. “List of Recordings Made by Charles Munch” (before his appointment in Boston), 1948. BSO archive.

————. “Munch Illness.” Dittographed press release, November 7, 1951. BSO archive.

————. “Press Comments on the Retirement of Serge Koussevitzky (Summer of 1949) and the Engagement of Charles Munch (Autumn of 1949) as Conductor of the BSO.” Mimeographed press release. BSO archive.

————. Transcontinental Tour, 1953. Souvenir program. BSO archive.

(p.264) Cabot, Henry B. “Note to file re: conversation with CM on resignation,” April 1, 1958. BSO archive.

————. “Notes for telephone conversation with CM,” June 12, 1951. BSO archive.

————. “Remarks of Henry B. Cabot.” Dittographed press release, October 7, 1949. BSO archive.

Ferris, Theodore P. (rector of Trinity Church, Boston). Eulogy for Charles Munch. Mimeographed text for press release, November 14, 1968. BSO archive. Published in Boston Globe, November 15, 1968.

Judd, George. “Mr. Judd’s conversation with Mr. Zighera from Paris,” note to file, May 26, 1951. BSO archive.

“Menu du dîner offert à leurs Majestés britanniques le roi George VI et la reine Elizabeth, jeudi 21 Juillet 1938,” Strasbourg Bibliothèque Nationale et Universitaire.

Munch, Charles. Address at farewell banquet, Boston Symphony Orchestra, given April 15, 1962. Handwritten manuscript. Collection Nicole and Jean-Jacques Schweitzer.

Munch, Charles. Address at his 10th anniversary banquet, Boston Symphony Orchestra, given February 1959. Handwritten manuscript. Collection Nicole and Jean-Jacques Schweitzer.

————. “Address by Charles Munch at the opening exercises of the Berkshire Music Center, Tanglewood, 5 July 1953.” Handwritten manuscript in French and English, typescript, and version published in 1953 Berkshire Festival program book, p. 6. Collection Nicole and Jean-Jacques Schweitzer.

————. “Address of Charles Munch, Director of the Berkshire Music Center, at the opening exercises of the Twelfth Session, July 1954.” Typescript (carbon copy). Collection Nicole and Jean-Jacques Schweitzer.

————. Address on trip to Israel, given February 6, 1958. Typescript. BSO archive. Published as “Dr. Munch’s Impressions of Israel,” BSO Programs 1957–1958: 963–64, 1003.

————. “Pierre Monteux: I am not going to make a speech,” given April 4, 1955. Typescript. Collection Nicole and Jean-Jacques Schweitzer.

————. Remarks to audience for BSO 85th anniversary season, 1965–1966, given March 11–12, 1966. Handwritten manuscript. BSO archive.

————. Remarks to Orchestre Philharmonique de Paris, given May 1938. Handwritten manuscript. Collection Nicole and Jean-Jacques Schweitzer.

————. Remarks to Société des Concerts, given September 1938. Handwritten manuscript. Collection Nicole and Jean-Jacques Schweitzer.

————. Responses prepared for interview by Martin Bookspan, WBMS, Boston, February 1, 1950. Typescript. Collection Nicole and Jean-Jacques Schweitzer.

————. Statement on wartime activities, December 4, 1944. Typescript. Collection Nicole and Jean-Jacques Schweitzer.

Orchestre National de France. Livre d’or. 2 vols. Documentation Musicale, Radio France. Includes letter from CM to members of the orchestra, April 4, 1967.

————. Radiodiffusion-Télévision-Française. Orchestre National / Tournée de Concerts / États-Unis et Canada / 1er Octobre au 5 Novembre 1962. Mimeographed pressbook with tour itinerary, in red cover, 1962. Collection Nicole and Jean-Jacques Schweitzer.

(p.265) Perry, Thomas D., Jr. Note to file re: phone conversation with Ronald Wilford c. March 10, 1963, and March 12, 1963. BSO archive.

———— “Testimonial dinner / 15 April 1962.” Dossier of notes and correspondence with providers, December 1961–April 1962. BSO archive.

Schweitzer, Jean-Jacques. “Allocution de J. J. à l’occasion de la décoration de Charry.” Typescript, October 5, 1967. Collection Nicole and Jean-Jacques Schweitzer.

Smith, Mary H. “Remembrances of BSO Things Past.” Public lecture text: Kimball Farms, Lenox, Mass., 2009. Typescript.

————. Scrapbook from the 1956 tour, including documentation of her work with the flight manifests and personnel and a number of United Press photographs. BSO archive.

Société des Concerts du Conservatoire. Minutes of administrative committee meetings and general assemblies. Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Mus. D17342, D17343, D17345.

Tcherepnin, Alexander. “Charles Munch and Symphony no. 4 by Alexander Tcherepnin.” Typescript. New York, January 1970. Collection Nicole and Jean-Jacques Schweitzer.

Vabres, Renaud Donnedieu de. “Discours de Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres prononcé à l’occasion de la remise des insignes de Chevalier dans l’ordre national de la Légion d’Honneur à Samuel et Paul Josefowitz.” Mission du Mécénat, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, Paris, October 24, 2005. http://www.mecenat.culture.gouv.fr.

Books and Articles

Amory, Cleveland. The Proper Bostonians. New York: Dutton, 1947.

Bair, Deirdre. Simone de Beauvoir: A Biography. New York: Summit, 1990.

Baker-Carr, Janet. Evening at Symphony: A Portrait of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1977.

Barblan, Guglielmo. Toscanini e la Scala. Milan: Edizioni della Scala, 1972.

Benson, Robert E. “A Four-Decade Friendship with Charles Gerhardt.” Classical CD Review, c. 2000. http://www.classicalcdreview.com.

————. “RCA SACDs.” Classical CD Review (February 2005). http://www.classicalcdreview.com.

Bernard, Elisabeth. Le concert symphonique à Paris entre 1861 et 1914: Pasdeloup, Colonne, Lamoureux. Paris: Bernard, 1978.

Boston Symphony Orchestra Programs by season. Boston: Boston Symphony Orchestra. Program bulletins published weekly, paginated continuously, bound annually by season. See under “Magazines.”

Bowen, José. The Cambridge Companion to Conducting. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003.

Bret, Gustave. “Bach, Schweitzer, et la Société J. S. Bach de Paris.” Saison d’Alsace 2 (1950): 155–60.

Burian, K[arel] V[ladimir]. Charles Munch. Prague: Edition Supraphon, 1971.

Burkat, Leonard. Review of Philippe Olivier: Charles Munch. Notes 46, no. 2 (December 1989): 382–85.

Burton, Humphrey. Leonard Bernstein. New York: Doubleday, 1994.

(p.266) Canarina, John. Pierre Monteux, Maître. Pompton Plains, N.J.: Amadeus, 2003.

Cantagrel, Gilles, and Claudette Douay. L’Orchestre National de France: L’album anniversaire, 1934–1994. Paris: Radio-France/Van de Velde, 1994.

Chimènes, Myriam, ed. La vie musicale sous Vichy. Brussels: Éditions Complexe, 2001.

Copland, Aaron. Aaron Copland, a Reader: Selected Writings, 1923–1972, ed. Richard Kostelanetz. New York: Routledge, 2004.

Daltroff, Jean. “Quatre grandes figures de la maison de musique S. Wolf à Strasbourg (1825–1960).” Annuaire de la Société des Amis du Vieux Strasbourg 29 (2002): 135–43.

Dutilleux, Henri. Music—Mystery and Memory: Conversations with Claude Glayman. Trans. Roger Nichols. Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate, 2003.

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Feschotte, Jacques. Biographical notice on CM in program for concert of March 31, 1939. Strasbourg: Bibliothèque Nationale et Universitaire.

Flesch, Carl. Memoirs. New York: Macmillan, 1957.

Foreman, Lewis. Arthur Bliss: Catalogue of the Complete Works. Sevenoaks, Kent, UK: Novello, 1980.

Frank, Katerina. “Looking at Both Sides of the Iron Curtain: Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Tour of the Soviet Union.” Seminar paper. University of California, Davis, 2007.

Fullbrook, Kate, and Edward Fullbrook. Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre: The Remaking of a Twentieth-Century Legend. New York: Basic Books, 1994.

Furtwängler, Wilhelm. Notebooks 1924–1954, ed. Michael Tanner. London: Quartet, 1989.

Gandin-Morlet, Dominique, ed. Orchestre National de France 1934–2004. 2 vols. for the 90th anniversary of the orchestra. Cahiers de la Doc 154. Paris: Documentation Musicale, Radio France, 2004.

Gavoty, Bernard. Chroniques de Clarendon: Au bonheur des soirs (1945–1981). Paris: Éditions Albatros, 1990.

Gouverné, Yvonne. “Les échos du temps passé.” In Zodiaque: Cahiers de l’atelier du Cœur Meurtry / Abbaye Sainte-Marie de la Pierre-qui-vire (April 1959): 2–28.

Graffman, Gary. I Really Should Be Practicing. New York: Doubleday, 1981.

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Holland, James R.Tanglewood. Barre, Mass.: Barre, 1973.

Holoman, D. Kern. Berlioz. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1989.

————. The Société des Concerts du Conservatoire, 1828–1967. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2004.

Honegger, Geneviève. Charles Munch: Catalogue de l’exposition Strasbourg, B.N.U.S., du 23 Novembre 1992 au 31 Janvier 1993, Boston Symphony Hall, du 19 Février au 31 Mars 1993. Strasbourg: Bibliothèque Nationale et Universitaire de Strasbourg, 1992.

(p.267) ————. Charles Munch: Un chef d’orchestre dans le siècle: Correspondance. Preface by Marcel Landowski. Strasbourg: Nuée Bleue, 1992.

————. Le Conservatoire et l’Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg. Strasbourg: Oberlin, 1998.

Hunt, John. A Gallic Trio: Charles Munch, Paul Paray, Pierre Monteux: Discographies. London: Hunt, 2003.

J.O.C. Review of I Am a Conductor by Charles Munch with Leonard Burkat. Music and Letters 36(4) (1955): 401–402.

Joy, Charles R., ed. Music in the Life of Albert Schweitzer. Preface by Charles Munch. New York: Harper, 1951.

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Magidoff, Robert. Yehudi Menuhin. New York: Doubleday, 1955.

Maury, Geneviève, trans. Bibi: Vie d’une petite fille, by Karin Michaëlis. Paris: Stock, 1930.

————. L’Enfant à la charrue: Huit contes limousins du temps de guerre. Paris: Meynial, 1918.

————, trans. Knulp, suivi d’Un Conte et de La fontaine du cloître de Maulbronn, by Hermann Hesse. Montrouge: Schmied, 1949.

————, trans. Maïa l’abeille et ses aventures, by Waldemar Bonsels. Paris: Librairie Stock, 1925.

————, trans. Tonio Kröger, suivi de Le petit monsieur Friedemann, Heure difficile, L’enfant prodige, Un petit bonheur, by Thomas Mann. Paris: Stock, 1924.

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Mousnier, Jean-Philippe. Paul Paray. Paris: L’Harmattan, 1998.

Munch, Charles. I Am a Conductor. New York: Oxford University Press, 1955. In French as Je suis chef d’orchestre. Paris: Éditions du Conquistador, 1954.

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———— Tanglewood: The Clash between Tradition and Change. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1998.

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————. Entretiens avec Claude Rostand. Paris: Julliard, 1954.

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Schweitzer, Jean-Philippe. “Japanophile, Munch.” Liner booklet for DVD Charles Munch: Boston Symphony Orchestra Live in Japan 1960. NHK Classical NSDS-9486, 2006.

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————. Music, Right and Left. New York: Holt, 1951.

————. Virgil Thomson: A Reader: Selected Writings, 1924–1984, ed. Richard Kostelanetz. New York: Routledge, 2002.

(p.269) Tommasini, Anthony. Virgil Thomson: Composer on the Aisle. New York: Norton, 1997.

van Bart, Jan. Discografie van het Concertgebouworkest. Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 1989.

Walter, Bruno. Theme and Variations. Trans. James Austin Galston. New York: Knopf, 1946.

Magazines

Anderson, W. R. “The Edinburgh Festival.” Musical Times 95(1340) (1954): 555–56.

Baruzi, Joseph. “Concerts Siohan (samedi 24 mars)” [1934]. Le Ménestrel (March 30, 1934): 129.

Bertrand, Denyse. “Société Philharmonique de Paris (8 décembre)” [1935]. Le Ménestrel (December 13, 1935): 382–83.

————. “Société Philharmonique de Paris (21 décembre)” [1935]. Le Ménestrel (December 27, 1935): 398.

Bertrand, Paul. “Le ‘Requiem’ de Berlioz (16 juin)” [1938]. Le Ménestrel (June 24, 1938): 171.

Boston Symphony Orchestra. Programs. Paginated consecutively and typically bound by season.

1949–1950: “Results of the Organ Concert” (letter of Henry B. Cabot to Albert Schweitzer, conveying proceeds of $4,500 from concert of November 14, 1949), 283–84; “Letter from Africa” (Schweitzer to Cabot, December 8, 1949), 563–64, “Charles Munch: Recording of Seventh Symphony,” 1124.

1950–1951: “Student Rehearsals,” 3; “The 70th Anniversary,” 3; “About the Chorus,” 419; “The Student Rehearsals Catch On in a Hurry” (rpt. of Rudolph Elie in Boston Herald [December 21, 1950]), 471–72; “Seating Plan, Stage of Symphony Hall,” 624; “Boston Symphony to Play for French President,” 784; “The Revival of Berlioz’ Requiem,” 992; “Lowell Institute Broadcasts by This Orchestra” (WGBH), 1043–44.

1951–1952: “Aaron Copland’s Messages,” 55–56; “Orchestra on Television,” 152; “The Orchestra to Play at Paris Exposition,” 439–40; “Paris in the Spring for the Boston Symphony” (rpt. of Rudolph Elie in Boston Herald [January 23, 1952]), 635–36, 654; “Our Guest Conductors” (incl. letter of Henry B. Cabot to Ernest Ansermet), 683; “The First European Tour by the Boston Symphony Orchestra,” 684; “The European Itinerary,” 875–76; “Prospects for the Orchestra” (address of Henry B. Cabot to the Friends, March 19, 1952), 923–24; “Words of Welcome” (to CM on returning, text of WGBH intermission feature), 971–72, 994.

1952–1953: “A Full Season,” 3–4; “The Spring Tour,” 627; “Trustees Ask Support of Businessmen,” citing Harold Rogers in CSM, 675–76.

1953–1954: “A Berlioz Season,” 51–52; “Berlioz Redivivus,” 579–80.

1954–1955: “Munch to Conduct ‘NBC’ Orchestra,” 51; “The ‘Damnation of Faust’ Recording” (quoting B. H. Haggin in San Francisco Chronicle [September 12, 1954]), 51–52; “15 New Works Commissioned for Boston Symphony’s 75th Season,” 435–36, 477; “For Albert Schweitzer,” 675; M. A. DeWolfe Howe, “Schweitzer” (poem), 697; “Monteux Birthday,” 916; “The Anniversary Season,” 963–64.

1955–1956: “Features of the 75th Anniversary Season,” 3–4; “The Tour,” 55–56; “The European Tour,” 607–608; “Mr. Munch’s Concert in Paris” (citing Suzanne Demarquez in Guide du concert, René Leibowitz in L’Express, and W. Landowski in Le Parisien), 775–76; “Grand Prix for ‘The Damnation of Faust,’” 975.

(p.270) 1956–1957: “The European Tour,” 3–4, 35, 46; “Welcome by the City,” 59; “European Impressions” (citing Colin Mason in Manchester Guardian, unsigned in NYT, Welles Hangen in NYT, Jean Mistler in L’Aurore, Frank Kelly in NYHT, and Felix Aprahamian in London Sunday Times), 59–60, 91; facsimile of congratulatory letter from President Eisenhower, 109; “An Opinion from Moscow” (citing Dmitri Kabalevsky in Pravda), 115–16, 147; “An Official Welcome,” 171–72, 203; “Boston Visits Moscow” (rpt. of Jack Phipps in Tempo), 284, 315; “The Orchestra Honored in Vienna,” 451–52; “The Orchestra in New York” (citing Howard Taubman in NYT and Jay S. Harrison in NYHT), 483; “Dr. Munch in Philadelphia” (citing Max de Shauensee in Boston Globe and Edwin H. Schloss in Philadelphia Inquirer), 943–44, 975.

1957–1958:”Charles Munch Answers a Letter,” 323–24 (rpt. from Boston Herald); “The Commissioned Works,” 491; “A Message from Moscow,” 579–80; “Dr. Munch in Israel,” 772; “Reports from Israel” (citing Haaretz and Jerusalem Post), 835–36, 875; “Dr. Munch’s Impressions of Israel,” 963–64, 1003.

1958–1959: “The Tenth Season of Dr. Munch,” 3; “Van Cliburn,” 4, 39; “The United Nations Concert,” 131; “Radio and Television Broadcasting,” 167; “The Recording Project,” 196, 231; “The Return of Casals” (citing Paul Henry Lang in the NYHT), 260, 287, 295; “The First International Broadcast,” 835; “Overseas Broadcast,” 963–64; “Ten Years with Charles Munch,” 1481–86.

1959–1960: “The Autumn Tour,” 132; “Strasbourg and Boston,” 451–52, “A Tour of the Orient,” 580; “Aaron Copland to Tour with This Orchestra,” 643; “Transatlantic Broadcast, 836; “The Far Eastern Tour,” 1283, “Pierre Monteux as Guest Conductor,” 1347.

1960–1961: “Music since Last April,” 5–6; “Musical Plans,” 70; “Transatlantic Broadcast,” 326, 340; “Paderewski Award,” 340; “Reports from Overseas Broadcast,” 454; “Award,” 518; “The New Monday Series,” 1286; “Award for Poulenc’s ‘Gloria,’” 1477.

1961–1962: “The UNESCO Concert,” 6; “A Tour of Farewells,” 261–62; “The Albert Schweitzer Medal,” 710; “New York Bohemian Dinner Honors Charles Munch” (rpt. of Cyrus Durgin in the Boston Globe, January 23, 1962), 837–38; “The Orchestra on Television,” 1372; “A ‘Nostalgic’ Close” (rpt. of Harold C. Schoenberg in NYT, April 5, 1962), 1413–14, 1436; “Trustees’ Resolution” (Henry A. Laughlin, read by Henry B. Cabot, April 15, 1962), 1483–84; “Thirteen Years in Retrospect,” 1486–92.

Bouvet, Charles. “Concerts Siohan (13 janvier)” [1934]. Le Ménestrel (January 19, 1834): 21.

————. “Concerts Siohan (17 février)” [1934]. Le Ménestrel (February 23, 1934): 71.

Brunschwig, Dany. “Hommage de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire au Maréchal Pétain.” L’Information musicale (December 22, 1942), and as a separate leaflet distributed at Conservatoire concerts.

Bruyr, José. “Bonsoir, Monsieur Charles Munch.” Guide du concert 537 (November 23, 1968): 9.

Cairns, David. “Leeds Festival.” Musical Times 105(1458) (August 1964): 445–46.

Courchelle, Gérard. “Charles Munch est de retour.” Diapason 343 (November 1988): 74–76.

Curzon, Henri de. “Société des Concerts du Conservatoire” [March 6, 1938]. Le Ménestrel (March 11, 1938): 71.

(p.271) Debost, Michel. “Charles Munch, ou le don de soi.” Diapason 221 (October 1977): 30–31.

Dellard, Pierre. “La tournée de l’Orchestre National aux Etats-Unis et au Canada.” R.T.F. Informations—Documentation (la vie de la R.T.F.), December 1962.

Demarquez, Suzanne. “M. Charles Münch” [rev. of November 1, 1932]. Courrier musical (December 1, 1932): 438–39.

————. “Orchestre de la Société Philharmonique de Paris.” Courrier musical (January 1–15, 1935): 22.

Durgin, Cyrus. “With the Boston Symphony in Europe.” Saturday Review (May 31, 1952).

Editor’s Note. Saturday Review (August 30, 1952).

Flanner, Janet (Genêt). “Letter from Paris: 15 November.” New Yorker (November 27, 1967).

F., “London Concerts: BBC Contemporary Concert.” Musical Times 79(1139) (January 1938): 58.

Gavoty, Bernard. “Les dix plus grands chefs d’orchestre.” Réalités fémina (July 1962): 22–28.

Goldbeck, Fred. “Concert Münch” [December 2, 1937]. La Revue musicale 179 (December 1937): 424–28.

————. “Oriane la sans égale, de Florent Schmitt (Concert Münch)” [February 12, 1937]. La Revue musicale 172 (February 1937): 123–25.

Goléa, Antoine. “L’Orchestre National (Maison de la Radio, le 20 décembre)” [1963]. Guide du concert 412 (January 18–24, 1964): 19.

Heinitz, Thomas. “Letter from London.” Saturday Review (June 28, 1952).

Hirsch, Michel-Léon. “Hommage à Roussel (13 octobre)” [1937]. Le Ménestrel (October 22, 1937): 278.

Honegger, Arthur. “Concerts du dimanche” [February 28, 1943]. Comœdia (March 6, 1943): 5.

————. “Le festival Claude Debussy” [June 13, 1941]. Comœdia (June 21, 1941): 3.

————. “Le festival Guy Ropartz” [January 24, 1943]. Comœdia (January 30, 1943): 5.

Imbert, Maurice. “Les concerts symphonique à Paris” [“chez Siohan,” January 13, 1934], Courrier musical (February 1, 1934): 70–71.

————. “Les symphoniques” [Lamoureux, January 12–13, 1935]. Courrier musical (February 1, 1935): 58.

Kolodin, Irving. “Classical LPs.” Saturday Review (July 26, 1952).

Landowski, Marcel. “Hommage à Charles Münch.” Orchestre de Paris program booklet, March 10, 1969.

Lobrot, Jean. “Concerts Siohan (24 février)” [1934]. Le Ménestrel (March 2, 1934): 82.

Maygarden, Tony. “London Phase 4 Stereo.” The Endless Groove. http://www.endlessgroove.com.

McNaught, William. “Gramophone Notes: Prokofiev’s ‘Classical Symphony.’” Musical Times 89(1269) (November 1948): 336.

————. “London Concerts: An Orchestra from Paris.” Musical Times 87(1245) (November 1946): 347.

Messiaen, Olivier, Luben Yordanoff, Arthur Rubinstein, and Marcel Landowski. “Charles Munch” [on the tenth anniversary of Munch’s death]. Échos de l’Orchestre (newsletter of the Orchestre de Paris), September 1978.

(p.272) Millon, Yannick. “Jean-Louis Ollu, un Français à Bayreuth (1): L’Orchestre de Paris” (interview, August 8, 2007), http://www.altamusica.com.

Morin, Philippe, “Discographie intégrale de Charles Munch,” Le monde de la musique (November 21, 1988): 123–26.

Phipps, Jack. “Boston Visits Moscow.” Tempo 41 (Autumn 1956): 15–17.

Rosenfeld, John. “A New ‘Porgy’ in Dallas.” Saturday Review (June 28, 1952).

Samuel, Claude. “Charles Munch, vingt ans après.” La lettre du musicien 65 (November 1988): 11.

Stuart, Charles. “The Edinburgh Festival.” Musical Times 88(1256) (October 1947): 327.

Time magazine, unsigned. “Friend and Foe,” October 25, 1945; “Le Beau Charles,” February 3, 1947; “Baton Week,” February 24, 1947; Discord in Chicago,” February 9, 1948; “Boston Picks a Woman,” October 13, 1952; “Symphony Traffic,” March 23, 1953; “Touring Bostonians,” May 25, 1953; “Classic Popularity,” June 1, 1953; “Year’s Best Records,” January 3, 1955; “Composers: Boy with Cheek,” February 7, 1964; “Together at Last,” November 24, 1967; “It Could Be Dawn” (re: P.-P. Schweitzer), March 29, 1968.

Daily Newspapers

Aprahamian, Felix. “Varied Reactions to Programs in Scotland.” CSM (September 8, 1956).

Bamberger, Werner. “French Navy Captain Recalls Two Talented Uncles.” NYT (October 14, 1970).

Beam, Alex. “The Real Charles Munch?” Boston Globe (September 29, 2002).

Bernheimer, Martin. “Charles Munch: Second Only to Churchill.” Los Angeles Times (November 24, 1968).

Bonavia, F[erruccio]. “Report from London.” NYT (May 13, 1945).

Boston Globe, unsigned. “Mme Munch Dies in Paris Home” (August 25, 1956).

. “Roger Toureau” obituary (January 14, 1969).

Boston Herald, unsigned. “Charles Munch Answers a Letter” (November 3, 1957).

Briggs, John. “‘St. John Passion’ Offered at Lenox.” NYT (July 16, 1956).

. “Two Bach Suites Played at Lenox.” NYT (July 17, 1954).

Burkat, Leonard. “At Charles Munch’s Funeral.” Boston Globe (December 7, 1968).

Christian Science Monitor, unsigned. “Boston Symphony in London” (September 25, 1956).

————. “First Group of Men Due on Friday” (September 22, 1956).

————. “Gay Soviet Tour Begun” (September 6, 1956).

————. “Leslie J. Rogers” obituary (October 13, 1956).

————. “Munch to Give Premiere of Martinu Sixth Symphony” (January 4, 1955).

————. “Soviets Ask for Another Performance” (August 30, 1956).

————. “Symphony Wins More Praise” (October 10, 1956).

————. “Victories and Vicissitudes of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Japan” (June 11, 1960).

Cotti, Jean. “L’Orchestre de Paris: Supéfiant de maturité pour un nouveau-né.” France-Soir (November 16, 1967).

Cunningham, Eloise. “From Townsend Harris to Charles Munch.” CSM (April 6, 1960).

Dentan, Yves. “Avec le maître.” Réforme (March 23, 1968).

(p.273) Dernières Nouvelles d’Alsace, Les, unsigned. Review of CM recital of early April 1922 (April 4, 1922).

————. Review of Munch-Levy recital, March 11, 1936 (March 12, 1936).

Downes, Olin. “Berlioz Estimate.” NYT (January 31, 1954).

————. “Boston Symphony in Work by Bartok.” NYT (February 15, 1951).

————. “Boston Symphony Orchestra Heard Here.” NYT (January 16, 1955).

————. “Ernest Bloch, Now over 70, Is Writing Music That Is Living and Important.” NYT (March 7, 1954).

————. “A Mass by Haydn Heard at Lenox.” NYT (July 24, 1954).

————. “Miss Neveu Scores as Violin Soloist.” NYT (November 14, 1947).

————. “Monteux at 80.” NYT (April 3, 1955).

————. “Munch Conducts Dutilleux Work.” NYT (January 14, 1954).

————. “Muench Conducts the Philharmonic.” NYT (January 24, 1947).

————. “Muench Is Cheered by Concert Crowd.” NYT (January 31, 1947).

————. “Muench Returns as Podium Guest.” NYT (November 7, 1947).

————. “New Symphony by Martinu.” NYT (January 13, 1955).

————. “Picking Up Again.” NYT (December 13, 1953).

————. “A Visit with Paul Paray.” NYT (November 18, 1945).

————. “Work by Honegger Introduced Here.” NYT (March 15, 1951).

Durgin, Cyrus. “Munch Begins 78th Season.” Boston Globe (October 4, 1958).

. “Munch’s First Decade as Conductor of Boston Symphony.” Globe (April 26, 1959).

————. “This Time I Saw Paris: A Visit to Charles Munch’s Home. Globe (June 27, 1950).

————. “Touring Europe with the Boston Symphony.” Near-daily enumerated reports in the Globe (August–September 1956).

————. “Turangalîla, or Love in the East Indies, or a Messiaen Afternoon.” Globe (December 3, 1949).

————. “What Sort of Man Is Charles Munch?” Globe (April 1, 1948).

Dyer, Richard. “In His Own Words: The Maestro Reflects.” Boston Globe (April 14, 2002).

L. D. “Paul Paray a fait une rentrée en fanfare” [October 23, 1944]. Unidentified clipping in collection of Nicole Schweitzer and Jean-Jacques Schweitzer.

Elie, Rudolph. “Charles Munch Returns, and the Symphony Season Looms.” Boston Herald (October 1, 1950).

————. “Charles Munch Returns ‘Home.’” Boston Herald (October 11, 1953).

————. “Paris in the Spring for the Boston Symphony.” Boston Herald (January 23, 1952).

————. “The First Season: Munch Wins Over a Strange City.” Boston Herald (April 23, 1950).

————. “The Student Rehearsals Catch On in a Hurry.” Boston Herald (December 21, 1950).

Ericson, Raymond. “France Boosts Music.” NYT (November 12, 1967).

Fox, R. M. “Orchestra Acclaimed in Dublin.” CSM (September 1, 1956).

Fried, Alexander. “Munch Concert Goes ‘Pop.’” San Francisco Examiner (February 21, 1964).

————. “All in the Life of a Music Critic.” San Francisco Examiner (February 23, 1964).

Goldberg, Albert. “Charles Munch Writes a Penetrating and Witty Book about the Art of Conducting.” Los Angeles Times (April 17, 1955).

(p.274) ————. “Conductor Munch Revitalizes Classics.” LA Times (January 4, 1964).

————. “The New Life, Freedom of Charles Munch.” LA Times (January 26, 1964).

Haggin, B. H. Review of The Damnation of Faust (RCA). San Francisco Chronicle (September 12, 1954). Quoted in BSO programs, 1954–1955, q.v.

Hangen, Welles. “Boston Symphony Gets Standing Ovation at First Concert in Moscow Conservatory.” NYT (September 9, 1956).

Harris, McLaren. “Orchestre de Paris, Munch Excel.” Boston Herald Traveler (October 24, 1968).

Harrison, Jay S. “Munch and Music: His Current Views.” NYHT (March 6, 1960).

Hughes, Allen. “Boston Symphony Gives 2d Concert.” NYT (December 4, 1960).

Hume, Paul. “Auriols and Trumans Guests at Boston Symphony Concert.” Washington Post (April 2, 1951).

————. “Boston Orchestra Concert Is Sellout.” Washington Post (18 December 1959).

————. “Bostonians Present New Schuman Work.” Washington Post (December 2, 1960).

————. “Conductor Charles Munch Dies.” Washington Post (November 7, 1968).

————. “Maestro Munch to Quit Podium in August, 1962.” Washington Post (April 22, 1961).

Indianapolis Star, unsigned. “IU Goes Continental” (November 3, 1948).

Japan Times, unsigned. “Brilliant Performances by the French National Orchestra” (October 12, 1966).

Johnson, H. Earle. “Leadership Needed.” NYT (May 14, 1961).

Jorden, William J. “Leningrad Hails Boston Symphony.” NYT (September 7, 1956).

Keiser, Tucker. “New Book by Munch on Music.” Boston Sunday Post (April 10, 1955).

Kemp, Robert. “Charles Munch à Athènes.” Le Monde (September 7, 1957).

Klein, Howard. “3,500 Are Drawn to L. I. Festival.” NYT (August 7, 1965).

————. “Munch Conducts French Program.” NYT (February 24, 1967).

Klein, Rudolf. “Visitors from U.S. in Vienna.” CSM (September 22, 1956).

Kriegsman, Alan M. “French Orchestra Suffers Birth Pangs.” Washington Post (October 31, 1968).

Léon, Georges. “Charles Munch n’est plus.” L’Humanité (November 7, 1968).

Lonchampt, Jacques. Charles Munch obituary. Le Monde (November 8, 1968).

————. “Entretien avec Charles Munch.” Le Monde (May 9, 1962).

London Times, unsigned. “A Paris Orchestra in London” (November 5, 1945).

————. “Famous Foreign Conductor in London” (November 9, 1944).

————. “French Musicians in London” (November 13, 1944).

Los Angeles Times, unsigned. “Boston Symphony Off for Tour of Far East” (April 26, 1960).

————. “Charles Munch, Noted Conductor, Dies at 77” (November 7, 1968).

————. “Cheers Tribute Unique Concert Led by Muench” (March 7, 1947).

————. “Muench Due on Podium of Philharmonic” (March 2, 1947).

————. “Munch, Piano Soloist List Three Concerts” (January 5, 1964).

————. “Munch to Conclude Visit with 4 Concerts in Area” (January 6, 1964).

Loveridge, G. Y. “Munch, New Conductor, Brings Joy to the Boston Symphony.” Providence Sunday Journal (January 29, 1950).

Lowenbach, Jan. “Prague’s First Post-War Festival.” NYT (June 30, 1946).

Miller, Margo. “Memories of BSO’s Russia Trip.” Boston Globe (March 6, 1988).

(p.275) ————. “With the BSO Abroad.” Reports for the Berkshire Eagle (August–September 1956).

Negri, Gloria. “Sylvia Sandeen, 70, a Lover of the Symphony and the Sox.” Boston Globe (December 22, 2005).

Neville, Harry. “Munch Returns in Triumph.” Boston Globe (October 24, 1968).

New York Times, unsigned. “Arbitrators Hear Musicians’ Dispute” (December 15, 1948).

————. “Boston Musicians Off” (August 15, 1956).

————. “Boston Orchestra in New Fund Plea” (December 13, 1953).

————. “Broken Pedal Prolongs Piano Concerto Pause” (April 12, 1959).

————. “Dirty Linen Is Aired in Orchestra Dispute” (December 18, 1948).

————. “Carter, Foss, and Poulenc Works Get Music Critics Circle Awards” (April 19, 1961).

————. “Joseph Silverstein to Take Boston Symphony Post” (December 19, 1961).

————. “Eisenhower Lauds Boston Symphony” (October 6, 1956).

————. “French Bar Pianist and Dancer” (November 8, 1945).

————. “French Orchestra Asks Arbitration” (December 5, 1948).

————. “Full House Hears Philharmonic” (February 3, 1947).

————. “Kogan Will Bow Here” (August 7, 1957).

————. “Martinu Is Honored by Music Critics” (March 25, 1956).

————. “Menuhin Returns” (October 13, 1944).

————. “Monteux, at 80, Directs Concert” (April 5, 1955).

————. “Muench, Conductor, Arrives” (December 20, 1946).

————. “Muench, Departing Guest, Honored by Philharmonic” (February 3, 1947).

————. “Munch Arrives in Boston” (September 21, 1949).

————. “Munch Conducts 5 Bach Concertos” (July 10, 1954).

————. “Munch to Resume Conducting” (February 7, 1952).

————. “Musicians in Russia” (September 8, 1956).

————. “New Group Urges Ties with Israel” (January 24, 1954).

————. “Notes Here and Afield” (December 24, 1939).

————. “Seat Sale to Open for Paris Festival” (March 30, 1952).

————. “With Some Orchestras” (October 8, 1939).

————. “WQXR to Broadcast Saturday Concerts by Symphony Beginning on Oct. 5” (August 23, 1957).

————. “7 Centuries Bridged as Boston Symphony Presents Concerts at Chartres Cathedral” (September 22, 1956).

Nussac, Sylvie de. “Triomphe et mort de Charles Munch.” L’Express (November 11, 1968).

Parmenter, Ross. “Bernstein’s Symphony no. 3.” NYT (February 1, 1964).

————. “Boston Symphony Will Play in Russia.” NYT (June 8, 1956).

————. “Final Week-End at Tanglewood Begins with Beethoven Concert” (August 8, 1959).

————. “French Works.” NYT (December 22, 1946).

————. “Lenox Week-End.” NYT (August 8, 1955).

————. “Munch Conducts French Program.” NYT (November 1, 1962).

————. “Orphans of the Storm.” NYT (March 25, 1956).

————. “Parting Is No Sweet Sorrow.” NYT (October 20, 1963).

(p.276) ————. “Program of Bach Heard at Lenox.” NYT (July 6, 1957).

Parrott, Lindesay. “Throng at U.N. Hails Performance by Casals.” NYT (October 25, 1958).

Richmond, Pvt. Edwin L. “News of Casals.” NYT (December 24, 1944).

Rogers, Harold. “Charles Munch on Podium for Telecast in Cambridge.” CSM (October 31, 1956).

————. “Doriot Anthony Dwyer Symphony Soloist in Flute Suite.” CSM (October 13, 1956).

————. “First Complete Hearing of Score in Symphony Hall.” CSM (January 22, 1955).

————. “Freewheeling Sounds.” CSM (March 16, 1966).

————. “Initial Program Brilliant under Munch’s Baton.” CSM (September 30, 1961).

————. “Munch Back in Boston.” CSM (February 11, 1964).

————. “Orchestra Welcomed Home from Tour.” CSM (October 6, 1956).

————. “‘Salute to Strasbourg’ Features Loeffler Work.” CSM (December 5, 1959).

————. “Soviet Composers in Boston Visit.” CSM (November 14, 1959).

————. “Trustees Ask Support by Businessmen.” CSM (January 23, 1953).

Rostand, Claude. “Le concerto de Poulenc à Aix-en-Provence.” Paris-Presse (July 26, 1950).

Schubart, Mark. “Behind the Baton.” NYT (April 3, 1955).

Salzman, Eric. “Shell Dedicated at Tanglewood.” NYT (July 13, 1959).

Schloss, Edwin H. Review of Philadelphia Orchestra concert of March 1, 1957. Philadelphia Inquirer (March 2, 1957); quoted in “Dr. Munch in Philadelphia,” BSO programs 1956–1957, 943–44, 975.

Schonberg, Harold C. “As Tanglewood Marks a 50th, Let the Cavils Not Be Sounded.” NYT (July 4, 1990).

————. “Berlioz’ ‘Damnation of Faust’ Led by Munch.” NYT (August 15, 1960).

————. “French and American Festival.” NYT (July 15, 1965).

————. “Music: Munch in Form” NYT (March 21, 1963).

————. “Munch Leads French Scores.” NYT (April 5, 1962).

————. “Too Much Hoopla.” NYT (February 2, 1964).

————. “Routine Winter Works Fill Berkshire Lists.” NYT (April 30, 1961).

Schwarz, K. Robert. “A Lost Generation of Americans Is Coming Home.” NYT (July 1, 1990).

Smith, Hugh. “Boston Symphony Opens in Ireland.” NYT (August 25, 1956).

Smith, Warren Storey. Review of April 27, 1951. Boston Post (April 28, 1951).

Stein, Erwin. “Boston Symphony in London.” CSM (October 6, 1956).

Steinberg, Michael. “Bernstein’s ‘Kaddish’ in Premiere Here.” Boston Globe (February 1, 1964).

. “Munch Conducts Berlioz ‘Fantastique.’” Boston Globe (February 8, 1964).

Straus, Noel. “2 Roussel Works Heard at Concert.” NYT (February 2, 1947).

————. “Muench Conducts Handel Concerto.” NYT (November 17, 1947).

————. “Muench Conducts Poulenc Concerto.” NYT (January 26, 1947).

————. “Muench Conducts Saint-Saens Work.” NYT (November 10, 1947).

Szulc, Tad. “1734 Violin Given Israel by Szeryng.” NYT (December 19, 1972).

Taubman, Howard. “A Modern Master.” NYT (July 22, 1957).

————. “Bad Faith Charged to Rodzinski.” NYT (February 6, 1947).

————. “Healing Strains of Beethoven.” NYT (July 23, 1955).

(p.277) ————. “Rodzinski’s Resignation Accepted by Philharmonic, Effective at Once.” NYT (February 5, 1947).

Taylor, Robert. “‘Kaddish’ Reveals Bernstein Genius.” Boston Herald (February 1, 1964).

Thomson, Virgil. “France at Its Best.” NYHT (October 24, 1948).

————. “French Loveliness.” NYHT (October 18, 1948).

————. “Joan of Arc in Close-Up.” NYHT (January 2, 1948).

————. “Kusevitsky, Conductor: The Risen Russian Suggested for Boston.” Boston Evening Transcript (February 8, 1922).

————. “The Koussevitzky Case.” NYHT (February 23, 1947).

van Leer, Bertrus. “Gasdirigen Concertgebouworkest Charles Munch.” Het Parool (January 11, 1960).

Vuillermoz, Emile. “Two Travelers in Paris.” CSM (October 13, 1956).

Wallace, Dean. “Munch Conducts ‘Lost’ Masterpiece.” San Francisco Chronicle (February 21, 1964).

Washington Post, unsigned. “Symphony Guest Unable to Appear” (January 6, 1963).

Williams, Stephen. “Boston Symphony Ends Fete Series.” NYT (August 31, 1956).

————. “Boston Symphony in Edinburgh Bow.” NYT (August 27, 1956).

ZED. “Le Concert du Gewandhaus de Leipzig au Palais des Fêtes.” Les Dernières Nouvelles d’Alsace (June 2, 1931).

. Review of November 28, 1945. Les Dernières Nouvelles d’Alsace (November 29, 1945).