An architectural beauty in bustling New York City holds a lifetime of memories, cheering up weary audiences with lilting music and jazzy tunes. But there are whispers in the wind--the building is crumbling. It needs to be demolished and replaced with something modern, hip, and sleek. Whispers become decisions. Carnegie Hall is to be replaced with a cherry red skyscraper filled with humming xerox machines and clickety typing instead of beautiful music. No more important performances by gifted entertainers of every age, race, and religion. Isaac Stern's heart is breaking, but it's an enormous task. Can one man stop the wrecking ball and save Carnegie Hall? Find out in The Greatest Song of All, now available!
Everywhere in the world, music enhances a hall, with one exception: Carnegie Hall enhances the music. --Isaac Stern