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Letter from Aaron Copland to Andre (?), September 3, 1942

Letter from Aaron Copland to Andre (?), September 3, 1942

 
 
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excerpt: "In twenty years I have not met a young musician with more natural ability and real flair. His fort, as you know is conducting. I have heard Koussevitzky repeatedly say the most enthusiastic things on that score."
From: Correspondence Series

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1942
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