excerpt from 'Igor Stravinsky: An Autobiography' pp. 139 (94 words)

excerpt from 'Igor Stravinsky: An Autobiography' pp. 139 (94 words)

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Igor Stravinsky: An Autobiography

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I then went to Amsterdam to conduct Oedipus at the Concertgebouw, which was celebrating its fortieth anniversary by a series of sumptuous musical productions. The fine Concertgebouw orchestra, always at the same high level, the magnificent male choruses from the Royal Apollo Society, soloists of the first rank - among them Mme Hélène Sadoven as Jocasta, Louis van Tulder as Oedipus, and Paul Huf, an excellent reader - and the way in which my work was received by the public, have left a particularly precious memory that I recall with much enjoyment.

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