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Sixty-third Street Music Hall,
An Appreciation of Mozart
To the Editor of The Tribune,
Sir: Is there an andante in music
the equal to that of Mozart's in the
"Jupiter Symphony," excepting pessi
bly another of his own. that of the <J
minor work? Of course, one muit
not overlook the andante in Beethd
ven's C minor, or those of Schubert's
"Unfinished" and Ninth symphoniea,
An idyllic expression is present in both
of the movements refened to, but
aside from the Beeth6ven number the
effect produced on a listener by a per?
formance of Schubert's work is one of
sadness. This feature of the move
ment does not detract from it any of
its eraat beauty, for we have Schubert's
own words that his "musical produc
tions are the off spring of my under
atanding and sorrow."
Our feeling is that perhaps what
Schubert intended to express was that
of patience in his sorrow, so to those
who prel'er an expression of the oppo
site feeling, that of the joy of life, the
andante of Mozart's work must have
the preference. Mozart had as much
cause to feel a poignant sorrow in the
latter years of his life as did Schubert,
but when he had something to say from
which the element of sorrow must be
eliminated this element did not appear.
Like a breath of old ocean on a sum?
mer day is the tonic effect of the
poetvy of the song of the andante in
question, an effect unequaled by any
other for its sparkle and perfection?
for its marvelous beauty and purity
of theme, combined with such elarity
of speech and perfection of form. The
embroidery of the counterpoint is daz
zling and its colors will never fade.
Gounod, in a few words, has expresSed
truly and beautifully his appreciation
of the almost superhuman powers of
Mozart: "O Mozart, divine Mozart!
How little do they know thee who do
not adore thee, who are eternal truth,
perfect beauty, inexhaustible charm,
pfofound yet ever limpid; who has
felt everything and expressed every
thing in a musical language that has
never been and never will be *ur
passed." H. B. JEWETT.
New York, Jan. 5, 1920.
"L'Oracolo" and "Le Coq d'Or" as a
double bill will be sung on Tuesday
evening of this week at the Brooklyn
Academy of Music, the former by
Mmes. Easton and Marsh and Messrs.
Scotti, Didur, Diaz, d'Angelo and
Audisio, with Mr. Moranzoni con
ducting. "Le Coq d'Or" will be sunJC;
by Mmes. Garrison, Sundelius and
Berat and M.essrs. Diaz, Didur, Ana
nian, Rcschiglian and Audisio and
danced by the Misses Galli and Rudolph
and Messrs. jBolm, Bonfiglio and Bar
tik. Mr. Bodanzky will conduct.
Eva Gauthier's Concert
Eva Gauthier, singer of roodem
jongs, will give the second of a seriet
4>t Sunday evening recitalft at the
Green wich Village Theater at 8:45
o'clock. Miss Gauthier will introduce
works by modern Italian, cempoaera
Sinigaglia, Malipiero, Castelnuovo and
Plzetti da Parma -and will also sing
new works by Erik Satie, "Trois poemes
d'amour"; a group of Shakospearcan
songs set to music by Frederick Ayres
and a groiip of ".i-Esop's Fables" ar?
ranged by Mabel Wood Hill._
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comprehennlve musical educatlon ln alt
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cial Proparatory Ontera ln different
parU <>t th* city for chlldren batwesa
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t the Music
Concerning "Zaza" at the
Metropolitan and Elsewhere
complete fiaico whan produced in Peria
T WJ1*" D*v><i B?-?8C?SS?*l??t.ted Mm>
Laai.e Cirter irt hia a^aftation oi the
piece at the Gtttiek fheaier, New
ulo* ?n Mon?t*y *v?ning, JaAuary 9,
IW9 itwae a triumpa*for all con
eerned, including Mr" Bilaado. Mri.
CarWr, C. A. Stevenson aa Dufr?ane
Mark Smith as Caacak Matiejiitea oi
Z*za?a rtiothOr and Helan TWaT Du"
fresfie's little child fote. *
Indeed, so great w?a the New Ydrk
success that Via.. CartOr appeared irt
the play nearly 566 limeS in thia couh
S7 aniAn Eri?l*?a. and euoiequently
Mme. R6jane W heart and fcvjvaS
"Zaza," which became one of the rhoat
important items in her reperteire aa
well as the repertoire of ajmdet every
emotional actress in eviry civilited
"Zaza" aa tranaUted to the operatie
stage by the late Ruggiero LeOncevallO
will be presented by General Manager
Giulio Getti-Casazza for the first time
m Ne# Y6rk on Friday evening, Janu?
ary 16, at the Metropolitan Opera
House, with Miss Geraldine Farrer in
the title role.
Now, David Belasco was presenting
Mrs. Carter in her first "hit," "Tha
Heart of Maryland," in London when
"Zaza" had its premiere in Paris. He
learned of its failure, but waited until
the Paris papers reached him so that
he could discover in what the plot con
sisted. Meeting his pa'rtner, the late
Charles Frohman, he remarked:
"There's something, after all, in that
play. I'd like to know why it feiled,
even with Rejsne!"
"My advices from Paris tell me it is
hopeless." replied Frohman. "I had
the rights, but I Surrendered th*m. So
didi Augustin Daly afterward. Don't
bother about It!"
"Well," 8aid Belasco, "I don't care;
I am going to see it for myself."
"Then," aaid Frohman, "yOu have no
time to lose, fOr it won't run very long
after the 'roasting' it got. IfyOuwish
I'll wir* over to Paris rinewint my
"Good!" replied Belasco. "Pll start
for Pavis Sunday morning."
Which Belasco.did. When he reached
the French capital he had no difllcuity
in securing most excellent seats in the
second row. "There weren't $80 in the
hpuae," he said, "and it was announced
as the last night of the play?whieh it
was for the time being."
Belasco followed the performance
with intense interest. When it was
over he had made up his mind aS to
"Zaza's" possibilities. He was con
vinced that if/had a big idea in it, and
he leat no time in securing the rights
for Charles Frohman and himself.
For eight months he worked on hia
adabtation and then began rehearsals
with Mrs. Carter and her eenfreres.
The rest is history. The performance
was one of the high spots in Belasco's
csreer, not only as a play sdSpter and
producer, but as a .Svengali-llke pre
ducer of dramatic srtista, for in "Zaza"
he repeated with Mrs. Carter what he
had accomplished with her in "The
?*,*rt *of ,??ryl?nd." "Za*a" was the
talk of the town?indeed the entire
theatergoing public of America^-while
the ongirta! authors accepted Belasco's
adaptatlon and thereby achieved fame
And all this was but a little more
than twenty years ago, when Geraldine
Farrar, who now is called upon to re
incamate the French provineial eafe
chantsnt "star" who loved, dreSmed
and lost.i still wsb wearing her hair
in braidS down her back.
Leencavalle, who made his own li
bretto . for his operatie "Zaza," fol?
lowed the Belasco version, but omitted
the fifth act. So that the eurteln
fails on the opera with Zaza tugglng
at one's heartatrings. The gay, raek
less favorite of the music nafl when
first you see her in her normal element
"behind the scenes"; then reeeiving
her new sweetheart Dufreane in her
At Hotel an<
Wanted?the identity of "Baron Ire
land." Friday, when we were lunehing
at the Algonquin with "H. 2d" and
Ralph Bunker, the waiter handed us a
note whieh said: "I suspect you both.
Explain if yeu can lunehing two con
seeutite days with the same felleh."
The note was Signed "Baron Ireland,"
and we suspect old Bob Benchley, whom
(it is "whom," isn't it?) we saw in the
Edwin Keller, up at Reisenweber's,
is going to have a "Funeral Ball" in
honor of John Barleyeorn's departure.
A popular undertaker has been en
gaged to handle the wake. Helen Lam
bert and Dorothy Dolland, hostfsses
in Paradise, will be chief mournera,
while Joaef Fejor's orchestra will
render the drinking songs.
Tho east of "Twinkle Toes" will be
seen in tableaux and charades, and
Dan Healy will be a prohibitioniat and
sing "Look not upon <he wine when it
is red or any other color." After it
is all over they will call "Columbua
From now on M. H. Cox will be gen?
eral manager of Murray's Roman Gar?
den, Mr. Kelly having resigned to open
a hotel of his own. Mr. Cox, is the
viee-president and he will be asaisted by
Edward Marlowe, well known at the
Touraine, of Boston, the Sea Cliff at
Nantucket and the Point Shirley Club
at Point Shirley.
At the Majeatic Hotel Copeland
Townsend is calling the night of the
16th "end of the world night." It is
to be celebrated as was Naw Year's
Eve. The weather promiaes to be in
element. "Basket Parties Weleome" ia
tha sign which they will hang out early
in the evening, but the 8. R. 0 sign
will go out, later. Some of tha hotela
promtae to repeat their generoaity of
the New Year and five away quite
a lot of the "vile stuff." Fifteen dol
lara a plate (and thia may include a
glaaa) ia the priee aaked for dinners,
Ernie Truex sata at Childa. We aaw
him ia there tha other day amlllng at
tha Venus who guarda tha ougarbowl.
M8afarr ahe aaid ahortly. "Yea, Sweet
neas," replied Ernie and he get a denbla
portien. "Sweets to the aweeta," or. if
yeu have seen Ernie'a new play,
"Sweeta to the auite."
Oacar Tschjrky, al the Waldorf;
Valentine Von de Lin of the MoAlpin,
and William H. Turner, of CJaridge's,
httle eemmonplace home in St. Etienne
ln central rr?nce; then Tislting Du
frisne's apartment in Paris to diseover
whfther er npt the report is true that
she has a nval, only to h*ve her heart
almoet broken and her cfterished illu
sions crijeljy dissipated when she learns
from Toto, the little danghtar, that the
man she had hoped to claim as hers
alene and whose love was to redeem
]**?* pS8t 1*?*115r belonged to another?
tftts Zaza of the opera must suffer
?v*n bitterer anguish when she bows
before Dufresne's rage on leaming of
her trisit to his house, arid finally sees
him depart, never to return. The
opef*. unlike the play which sent her
back to her old life, leaves the prob
Itm of the htroihe's future unsblved.
. .*>? prsparation of the opera has
been eptired into with interest ahd
enthnsiisid on the part of the artists
Rhd all ?tbefs involved in the produe
Mdn, from Miss Farrar ahd Mr. Gatti
Casicsa down to property men, stage
hands ahd call boys. Miss Parrar his
availsd harself of the kind offices di
Mr. Belascd, wh6 his put at her dis
posal all his experience 'as the pro
dtocer of the original pliy. The rdle
of th* lever?a very human ohe-^?will
be.. played by Giulio Crimi, while thst
of Caseart, a typical Thespian of th*
old school, professlonal but tender
hearted, th* man Who rescued Zaza
and trained her in such art as she ac
quired, but whom sh* abandons whin
Duquesne comes into her life, will be
played by Pasquale Amato. In the
Belitco play Charles A. Steyertsdn was
the sveetheart and Mark Smith the
Another importanfc role is that of
ZaSa's rubicund, lachrymose, tippling
mother?berself in her day a "bur
lesque" actress?which will be sung by
Miss Kathleen Howard. A Toto has
been. provided in the little Italian child
from Boston, Ada Quintina, who one
of the chorus recently Adopted after
her father had been killed on the
the Piate and her delicate mother bad
died of prteumonia.
Oihers in the east will be Miss Cecil
Ardan as Mme. Dufresne; Miss Franees
Ingrim as Floriana, a concert hall rival
of Zaza; Miss Minnie Egener as Ni
talie, Zazi's maid; Angelo Bada as
Malard6t, the proprietor of the Caf*
Chantant; Paolo Ananian as Lartigon,
a monologuist; Millo Picco and Mario
Laurenti as Bussy and Michelin, two
newspaper men; Pompilio Malatesta as
Ducldu, th* stige maneger; Giordano
Paltrinieri as Dufresne's brother,
Marco; Pietro Audisio as Auguste, a
waiter, and Vincenzo Resehiglian as
Courtois. a caf* habitue.
Leencavalio composed the opera
eight years after "Pagliacci." lt had
its premiere at Milan in 1900?not at
the Scala but at one of the smaller
opera house* of the Italian metropolis,
the Lirico. Toseanini rehearsed and
condueted the work, which means that
the orehestral score was trimmed and
touched up by his hand. The success
was not overwhelming. Rosina Stor
chio "created" the title role.
Other oeeras of the week will be:
"Blsrte," to-morrow evening, with
Mmes. Garrison and Perini and Messrs.
Caruso. de Luca, Malatesta, d'Angelo
and ReschigHan. Mr. Bodanzky will
' "L'Amore dei ti-e Re," Wednesday
evening, with Mmes. Muzio, Meliish,
Tiffany. Berat and Marsh and Messrs.
Martinelli, Amato, MardeneS, Paltri?
nieri and Audisio. Mr. Moranzoni will
"Manon Lescaut," Thursday evening,
with Mmes. Alda and Ingram , and
Messrs. Caruso. Scotti, de Segurbla,
Laurenti, Resehiglian. Audisio, Paltri,
nieri and d'Angelo. -Mr. Papi will con?
"The Blue Bird" will be the week's
Saturdsy matinee opera, with th* orig?
"La Boheme." on Saturday evening
at popular priees, with Mmes. Alda and
Sundelius and Messrs. Rarrold, de
Lqca, de Segurpla. Malatesta, Picco,
Resehiglian end Audisio. Mr. Papi will
night of January 16, and no wonder,
after the genereua entertainment
which these hotels furnished on that
memorable night. ?
Thomas Healy will usher in his
winter seaasoQ to-morrow night with
a 'new winter ice show in Golden
Glades, at Sixty-sixth Street. Gladys
Lamb will gambol on the iee as the
bright particular star, assisted by
Norral Baptie, and Elsie and Paulsen
will continue to do their sensational
Apache dance. May Judels and the
Golden Glades Quintet will be among
the other featured performers. In ad
dition to this there will be a new edi
tion of the musical melenge, "Cheer
Up, New York."
We have received tw? inritations for
to-morrow night (Smturday?this be?
ing Friday). One is to look in on th*
Democratic Club when th*y hold their
dinn*r at Murray's, and th* other is
to Alice King's bail at th* Hotel des
Artiates, which promises to keep
a-rclling until 4 a. m., so that we
should nave time to make th*m both.
Tho music is by Slry's orchestra of
"Tha Little Club" and the dances are
by Kuy Kendall.
One of the plaoes which has retained
its popularity as a place to dance in,
the afternoon is Captain Churchill's at
Porty-ninth Street. At "thi" time you
do your own entertaining, at night it
is furnished for you by the Norrie
Sisters, Grace Emerson and others.
And across th* street at the Caf* de
Paris they love to dance all day and
all night. At present they ean't talk
of anything over there but the Cinde
rella Bail, to be held next Wednesday
night Tha Cind*r*lla Bail is fash
ion*d *ft*r th* London affair where
Daphne Pellard, a young American
star, was th* triumphant prineeis. A
feature of th* affair will be th* eon
test in whieh sflne judges will select
th* piir et f**t which cora* th* nearest
to matching those of th* original Cin
"Th* Oldest Tea Room in New York"
is th* way "Th* Fernery" is advertised.
8o, probably, the gantle rcader will
know n*r* about it than we' do, be
eause w* only discovered it recently.
It is at 28 East Thitty-third Street,
?nd *n* can got th* most d*lieious
thing* to eat th*r*. Miss S. M. Tucker
is the hosteas, and incidentaily she
does all of her own marketing.
Evelyn Hubbell h*s inaugurated a
daneing contest for men at the Terrace
Garden Dance Palace, in which the
eontestants dane.e without partners. A
gold medal will be awarded the win?
ner. Mfturie* will juago AhbIj.
Sixty-third Street Music Hall,
A group of French negro songs are
part of the program which Edna Thom?
as, mezzo-soprano, will give at her
Concert at Aeolian Hall Friday after?
noon, January 16, at 3:15. Miss Thom?
as is from New Orleans and has been
"raised" on the "darkey" Creole songs,
which differ in character from the
other negro songs and spirituals.
The Columbia Universfty Students'
Orchestra announees a concert to be
given in the auditorium of Earl Hall
on Wednesday, January 14, at' 8:15
p. m. The program, under the direc
tion of Professor Daniel Gregory Ma?
son and Seth Bingham, faculty direc
,tors, and "Herbert Dittler, conductor,
includes the overture, "Coriolanus,"
Beethoven; Unfinished Symphony in B
minor, allegro moderato, Schubert;
solos for piano, by John Duke;
Gavotte, Gluck-Brahms; transcription
from "Alceste," Gluck-Saint-Saens;
RhSpsody in G minor, Brahms;
"L'Arlesienne" ((first suite); Prelude,
adagiatto and carillon, Bizet; solos for
the piano, by Alexander Lipsky, three
preludes and scherzo in B minor,
Chopin; the Country Dance, Pastoral
Dance and Merrymakers' Dance from
"Nell Gwyn," Edw. German.
The concert, the first to be given this
year by the orchestrs, is open to all.
Mme. Francea Alda will be the so
loist at a gala benefit concert to be
given Tuesday afternoon at Carnegie
Hall, under the auspices of the Girls'
Protective League. The concert will
launeh a statc-wide effort on the part
of prominent men and women to in?
terest New York in the work now being
done to safeguard and nrotect the girls
of the city.
A membership of more than 3.000
girls is represented in the Girls' Serv?
ice Clubs, which last year totaled an
attendance of 29.000.
The New Symphony Orchestra, with
Artur Bpdanzky, conductor, will appear
at this concert.
Georges Truc, Paris Conservatoire
first prize winner in piano for 1912,
and Alexandre de Bruille, the Conserva?
toire first prize winner in violin for the
same year, will be heard in a recital at
the Theatre Parisien this evening. The
concert is under the auspices of thc
Ministcre des Beaux-Arts, through the
French-American Association for Mu?
sical Art. The following program will
be rendered: Sonata, F major, for piano
and violin (Mozart). MM. Truc and
de Bruille; Sonata, Opus 35, for piano
(Chopin), M. Truc; Concerto, Opus 64,
for violin (Mendelssohn), M. de Bruille;
Sonata 1, Opus 75, for piano and violin
(Ssint-Saena), MM. Truc and do
Twe Gregorian melodies, the famous
hymn, "Ave Maris Stella," and the very
beautiful "Introit" melody for the
Feas.t of the Annunciation which was
utilized by Liszt in his overture to the
oratorio "Christus," will be included in
the program of the Schola Cantorum
concert at Cameeie Hall Wednesday
evening, January 21. This will be the
first appearance, on the New York con?
cert program of a large choral body,
of melodies in the pure Gregorian
The feature of the evening will be the
revival of Mozart's famous "Requiem"
and another notable choral work which
has not been heard here in over a
quarter of a century, Handel's "Ode of
St. Cecilia's Day," in praise of music,
from the poem by John Dryden. Joseph
Bonnet, the renowned organist, has
been engaged for the occasion, as well
aa a notable east of soloists, and Mr.
Bodanzky's New Symphony Orchestra.
The Elkady Trio is a new chamber
music organization. composed of Wil?
liam Lockwood, violinist; Julius Koehl,
pianist, and Bedrich Vaska, 'cellist.
The individual members of the trio
have appeared in recital as soloists in
Naw York, but' as an organization the
trio will give its first New York public
chamber music recital at Aeolian Hall
next Saturday evening.'
Dr. Fleck announees "Faust" for the
fifth of the series of free operatie
nighta to be given on Thursday eve?
ning, January 15, in Hunter Coilege
auditorium, Lexington Avenue and 68th
Street, at 8:80 o'clock. The east will
include: Mms. Harriet Barkley, Emest
Davis and Greek Evans. The public is
cordially invited to be present.
Mme. Destinn, soprano, will give a
coneert at the New York Hippodrome
thia afternoon. She will be assisted by
the Metropolitan Opera Orcheatra,
under the leadership of Georges La
peyre, French conductor.
The concert will be unique in that it
is to eonsist entirely of Czecho-Slovak
compositions, a good many of which have
never before been performed here,
The New York Banks' Glee Club,
Bruno Huhn, conductor, gives its first
concert of the season in Carnegie Hall
on Saturqay evening, January 17. Some
of the selections in which the eighty men
will be heard are "The Riders-of the
Night," Laurent de Rille; Cradle Song,
MacDowell; "Drake's Drum," Coleridge
Taylor; Shadow - March, Protheroe;
tailiah Sailor Song, Victor Harrla;
CONCERTS ANP RECTTALS
AeollaJD HaU. FrMay Sveu, Jan. 88, 8:18.
Piano Recital by HARRIBJT
Mrt 8. X. Macmlilaa. K W. 43. M. H. 3?1<
;, Tteketa 75e to 13. (Stetnway Ptano.)
AEOLIAN HALE. Men. Aft.. Jan. 18, at 8.
PIANO RECITAL by AURORE
M#t. Loudon Charlton. Stalnway Piano.
AEOUAN HALL, Sat. A?., Jan. 17. a* 8.
FIRST PIANO RBCITAL THIS SBABOl?
Mgt. Loudon Charlton. Mason ft Hajnlin Piano.
Javanary 19th, Afternoon, la Aeolian Hall.
? in SONG RECITAL.
Mrt. Loudon Charlton. Stelnway Piano.
AeoUan HaU, Tnea. Kve" Jan. 20, at 8:15.
Tlckata 50c to 82. Mrt. Lpudon Charlton.
Aeolian HaU, Thnra. Eve., Jan. 22, st 8:15
Vlolin Recital by HELBN
Mgt. Loudon Charlton. Stelnway Piano.
AeoUan HaU. Snturday Aft., Jan. 24, at 3.
PIANO RECITAL by
AUChopin Program. Mason&Hamlln Piano
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. at CARNEGIE HALL
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Mgt. EVELYN HOFPEB. Mason & HamUn Piano.
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THIBO BEETHOVEN AS80CIATI0N CONCERT
Samaroff ^^ RothwellSop a
BAUER asss- LETZ 2uaKET
Mall Orders. Londan Charlton. Carnegie Hall.
"The Drum," Archer Gibson; "When the
Corn Is Waving," Blamphin, and "Laugh
ing," Abt. Soloists will be Mary Jor
dan, contralto, and Cornelius Van Vliet,
Samuel A. Baldwin will play the fol?
lowing program for his free organ
recital at the City College on Sunday,
January 11th, at 4 o'clock:
Choral No. 3, in A minor, Franck;
Second Meditation, Guilmant; Air from
Suite in D, Bach; Fugue a la Gigue,
Bach; Prseludium, Jarnefelt; Elves,
Bonnet; Berceuse from "Jocelyn,"
Godard; Sonata, 94th Psalm, Rebuke.
To-Night's "Opera Concert"
At to-night's "opera concert" Miss
Evelyn Scotney will sing the Mad
Scene from "Lucia" and a group of
songs. Josef Rosenblatt will song
"Mogen Ovops" and a group of songs.
Renato Zanelli will sing "Di Provenza"
from "La Traviata." Heinrich Warnke,
'cellist, will play Haydn's concerto in D
major. The orchestra, under the di
rection of Richard Hageman, will play
Massenct'a "Phedro" overture, Cesare
Sodero's "Wedding March" and Cole
rldge Taylor's "Bamboola" (rhapsodic
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SONG RECITAL? LENORA
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C'arnejrie Hall, Tnes. Ever., Jan. 20, at 8:15
' PIANO RECITAL?MISCHA
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fiienas of music
Sunday Aft., Jan. 18. at 3?at Bitz.
ERNEST BLOCH Sonata; Work* for Strlug* by
D. G. MA80N and SANDOR HARMATI; BUBIN
GOLDMARK Piano Cluartet.
Tlcaeta J2.S0 each of Mi?? Helen Lotc!. 1 \V. Sl St.
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