From Europe to Be
Performed at Library
Marguerite Kozenn Chajes will
present her 16th concert of "Con-
temporary European Music" 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the Detroit Public
Chamber music presented for the
first time in Detroit will include
works by Philipp Eichenwald of
Basel, Switzerland; Dr. Siegfried
Borris of Berlin; Peter Jona Korn
of Munich; Dr. Karel Reiner of
Prague; Prof. Hermann Reutter
of Stuttgart; and the S wedish
composers Hilding Rosenberg,
Karl-Birger Blomdahl and Bengt
The music was presented to
Mrs. Kozenn Chajes by the vari-
ous cultural information centers,
as gifts to the department of
modern Euorepan music; of the
Detroit Public Library.
The concert is sponsored by the
library and the Music Trust Funds
of the Recording Industries, as
administered by the Detroit Feder-
ation of Musicians.
Mrs. Kozenn Chajes will be com-
mentator. Among the participating
artists are 10 leading members of
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra;
soprano .Earnestine Nimm on s,
harpsichordist Alice Lungershau-
sen and pianist Lawrence LaGore.
Admission is free.
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