The Meyerson Symphony Center: Building a Dream
"Laurie Shulman's book places the Meyerson in its socio-political context, tracing its history to the early 1970s when financial collapse forced the Dallas Symphony to suspend operations. Drawing on interviews with more than 100 individuals as well as documentary resources, her narrative shows how the orchestra's recovery led to a splendid new hall."--BOOK JACKET.
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