TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1966
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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AN ARTIST'S FAT E:
Ormandy Lends Self to Myths:
Called 'Cabalistic Conductor'
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In the same breath he spoke in
laudatory tones of the hospitality
of President and Mrs. Harlan
Hatcher, and the courtesy of Gail
Rector and Charles Sink (Execu-
tive director and President of thej
University Musical Society).
With a ,glint in his eyes (eyes
which probably do not miss a
thing), his attention darted mo-
mentarily to the stenciled "27"
which had been freshly painted on
his trunk. "Ahh, now I am a
number," he mused, and returned
his attention to an awaiting ques-
"A conductor works within a
framework of tempo, beat and
notes; but how he will interpret
them is different each time. I
never know what the result will
be until after I raise my baton
and the orchestra begins playing.
People are often surprised to hear
a piece played differently than it
is on their records; I would be
more surprised if it did sound the
Conductors, like other perform-
ers in the arts; have unexplain-
able talents and traits which often
lend themselves to myth and
legend. Mr. Ormandy is no excep-
tion. There are stories about his
father locking him in a room as
a child, and forcing him to prac-
tice; about him being the youngest
student enrolled in the Budapest
Royal Academy and about his
father buying him a violin /8
regular size when he was an
have compared his orchestra to
impressionistic paintings, using
tonal colors in blurred instrumen-
tal outlines. He has been the cen-
ter of tales concerning fantastic
feats of clocking entire sym-
phonies mentally. ("Well, every-
body is equipped with some type
of mental sense for timing," he
Friend of the Young
Stories about his concern and
attention for young musicians
have also come to be myth. Bar-
ber, Menotti are two of many
composers who attest to the
aphorism attached to Mr. Or-
mandy: "friend of the young com-
He is also equipped with a self-
admitted sense of innate raport
with audiences, "Ha, even though
my back is turned, I can sense
the general feeling in the audience;
if they are dissatisfied I know and
if they are pleased, I know too."
He paused to spray his nose
with Vicks, "Pardon me, I have
a terrible cold," he sniffled, then
continued, "Many of the newer,
modern composers are sometimes
difficult just to be difficult. They
are unnecessarily complex when
they could easily simplify their
works." He'contrasted these
"phonies" to "Bartok and Stra-
vinsky, two of the most honest
composers. When they write dif-
ficult rhythms they really feel
Virgin Islands Next
"Of course these men are dif-
ficult to conduct in terms of their
technicalities; but men 1i k e
Beethoven and Tchaikovsky are
also a real challenge because of
the emotion that must be con-
veyed in their music."
He talked of the masters as
though he knew them intimately;
and in a sense, he does.
After watching Mr. Ormandy
conduct Copland, Bartok, Bach
and Beethoven with such an amaz-
ing expenditure of energy and
dynamism, the question of his
retiring seemed an absurd one to
pose. Rather, it appeared more
apropos to ask, "Where do you go
"St. Thomas, Virgin Islands,"
he quipped with a smile filling his
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