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|Named Person:||Charles Munch; David Fedorovich Oĭstrakh|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|Notes:||Probable date based on Hearst index card file date (December 4, 1956).
Rights held by UCLA Film and Television Archive.
|Contents:||Shot description: Train from Leningrad pulls into Moscow station with Boston Symphony Orchestra aboard. David Oistakh waiting to greet members of orchestra with whom he recorded during his tour (various shots). Orchestra members and wives debarking from train and shaking hands with Soviet Ministry of Culture officials (various shots). Musicians of Moscow Symphony Orchestra form aisle for Boston members to pass through. American with flowers. Opening night--speeches at Moscow Observatory [Conservatory?] of Music. Officials present C. Munch with flowers and he responds with a speech. Orchestra plays the two national anthems. Crowd standing. Munch conducting. Flag of U.S. and U.S.S.R. on stage. Audience applauding. Shot through curtain back stage of Munch conducting. Audience applauding. Flags of U.S. and U.S.S.R. Munch returns to stage (Hearst index card).|