Cleveland’s other orchestra rejoices in a great victory

The Cleveland Indians reached the World Series on Wednesday night with a 3-0 win over the Toronto Blue Jays. It fell to the Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra, conductor Theodore Kuchar, to mark the historic moment.

 

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  • The Cleveland Orchestra played this once in a Szell rehearsal. The story goes that Szell was not amused and said that the Mahler comes first. Later he remarked that he would have laughed had he recognized the tune.

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