“Strangers used to marvel — and still do — that such music as the Maverick concerts was to be found in a rude hall in the woods far from any center of population. To those who asked him how this miracle happened, Hervey White has always answered that it was due to the influence of Byrdcliffe. The story that Mr. Whitehead’s attempt to provide trios in an almost inaccessible Oregon forest, makes less surprising the good...music on the Maverick.” — an editorial by the Martin Schütze and the editors of Woodstock Historical Society publication of July 1933, No . . .
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