When historian and critic J. C. Beaglehole wrote a less than enthusiastic review of the National Orchestra's first concert for the Listener in March 1947, it brought forth letters of protest and Beaglehole was forced to defend himself.
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New Zealand Listener
Reference: New Zealand Listener, 21 March 1947, pp. 8–9
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