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October 05, 1984 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-10-05

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Friday, October 5, 1984

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Detroit Symphony Music Direc-
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to learn that the inclusion of
music on the orchestra's season-
opening program by Richard
Wagner, the composer whose
works were used by Adolph Hitler
to motivate the German people
during the Nazi era, would upset
Jewish listeners.
Dr. Arnold Gartner of South-
field wrote to the DSO's new
music director following his debut
performance last month. Dr.
Gartner also felt that the schedul-
ing of a Wagner composition dur-
ing a concert that featured vio-
linist Itzhak Perlman "showed an
insensitivity to Perlman's Jewish
background."
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was to learn of your reaction to
scheduling Wagner's music with
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