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One Woman in a HundredEdna Phillips and the Philadelphia Orchestra$
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Mary Sue Welsh

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780252037368

Published to University Press Scholarship Online: April 2017

DOI: 10.5406/illinois/9780252037368.001.0001

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“Answer Yes or No”

“Answer Yes or No”

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(p.91) Chapter 7 “Answer Yes or No”
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One Woman in a Hundred
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Mary Sue Welsh

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University of Illinois Press
DOI:10.5406/illinois/9780252037368.003.0007

This chapter details events following the end of Edna Phillips' first season with the Philadelphia Orchestra. These include her attendance of Salzedo's Harp Colony in Camden, Maine; Stokowski's decision to treat Philadelphia audiences to a mini-festival of music by living composers; Stokowski's attempt to arrange a tryst with Phillips; guest conductors who took over the podium during Stokowski's prolonged breaks to travel and pursue what he called his “researches” into native music and instruments around the world; and the request of the orchestra's board of directors that the maestro to reel in his musical experiments due to concerns about the loss of revenue from the effects of the Depression.

Keywords:   Edna Phillips, female musicians, harpists, Philadelphia Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski

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