Part II: Music and Movement
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In 1919, the DSO’s newly hired conductor and leader Ossip Gabrilowitsch let it be known: either give the orchestra a venue fitting of its potential, or find a new conductor. Booming industry in Detroit had also allowed philanthropy to thrive, and many benefactors like Horace Dodge were able to support the idea that the Detroit Symphony Orchestra needed a home.
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