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Chaikovski Competition / Malry #258366

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 18, 1978
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(Studio) Earlier report on plans of San Francisco plumber and pianist Earl Jerome Malry to go to Moscow to seek musical success recalled. Recent tensions between United States and USSR mentioned.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Moscow, USSR ) Details given about Malry's trip to Moscow for Chaikovski international piano competition at Grand Hall of Chaikovski Conservatory. [MALRY - describes how his belief in Buddhism helps him relax for competition; discusses thoughts on winning or losing competition and on his plans to continue playing. Also describes Soviet plumbing.] Malry's trip down Moscow River, past Kremlin, and his hopes to repeat Van Cliburn's success at Chaikovski competition reported Mentioned are Bach, Beethoven and Chaikovski.
REPORTER: Bernard Redmont

Dean, Morton;
Redmont, Bernard

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