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THE SUN, SATURDAY,
DECEMBER "6, 1913.
ARTS-CRAFTS SHOW
AK UNUSUAL EXHIBIT
Now
Open at thr (iiilli'ries in
(Jrninprry I'nrk
South.
NOTAItl.K WALL PAIXTIXWS
Display Sliows n Miirkcd
vimoc Over That of
I,Hst Your.
AH-
The seventh
Guilds of Ait
to the public
National Aria
nnmiBl exhibition of tlio
and Cuifls Is now open
In the. Rtillcrles of the
riiih. tlinmcrey I'arU
Xtlltllf
decorative
Houth. Jt fhi)tt ii iniultcd advance ocr
the work exhibited l.t"t car.
There are metal work. tiaeKctry. ook
blndlns, weavlnir, china anil ciiuniel?. em
broidery, ruga, Jewelry, uirvrtl leather,
wood carvltiR nnd In addition eevcrni
peclal loan exhibit ot ImiioitHiiee.
The tnort consiilcumirt of the exhibits
re tho imustiul wall decoratloni tiulnted
by William Laurel Harris for the, church
of the. PailllHt father, uhleh have been
Installed eo a to exhibit tin- works as
the.y are to npt'car In the church.
The walls ami roudbimn lire nfter the
manner of a sanctuary In one of the nunc
ancient churches of Km ope. The mod
bani separates the ehaiel fnmi the test
nf h n.imi. untl on It one sei'S a croup of
mall anthiiie Matties colored
,.-, In ihn tlnrst netlnrW of
aculpture. , ,
In the eentre Is the criioitls ami to the
riaht an.l left are St. Catherine of Ale
n4rta. St. Catherine of Sienna. St. Horn
Inlck and St. Anthony of 1'mlua. I'lrcc-ly
ospostte the cntranee of the chapel Is the
hrino or altar, with nn altar piece dtdl
cated to Our Lady of Hope This Is a
lane, panel. 11 teet blah and r. feet wide,
ornamented by the passion vine. In the
m,...h i-inr I.iidv with her hands
extended aa she blesses a (troup of little I
children that kneel anion mc "
purpla flowera of the forettroimd. The
eneral tone of this central decorative
motive, with Its sombre cre-ns and blue
liavmonUed to resemble an antique tapes
H y. produces a striking enntriiKt with t ie
,iir panels of purple and P'l'l to lha
light and left.
Tapeatrlra ami VrMiiili'.
Ill the eentre of the main exhibition
liaU the latest tapestry lioni the loom
of Albert I letter Is -diottli. ami It If a
highly Kticcessl'ul wolk. The Mlbjeet is
"Thn HlKht of the I melius," from
Browiilmt'a poem, in the liothie medi
eval atyle. with a decorative all owe pat
tern, a wide border of medallions de
pkittOK lands.'Hpe w'li ulth fairies and
odd little animals, each Kroup a sdud It
Itself. Us color effects, of tall", ur.inK"
and green, repioduee In a nurvrllou
way the, soft tones of old t.ipestii. s
Tho quaint (Inures of the duellers and
her train meander In and out mound
the quaintly designed landscape In a
charming way.
The ceramic department has m.idc
especial strides over the noiU of last
vear and the enamel woik of Miss
Maude Maon and Mrs. u'Huru are
especially effective. Other. wlnt show
rxoellnt woik ar .Mr". Hlbler. Miss
Vltch. the Marbleliead potteries, the
Junker Jtoad Potteries. Miss. - Pen
man a.nd Hardenliurch and the New comb
Potteries III New rleaiiH.
Tho Jewelry exhibit is very Ian.
nnd Includes much that l barbaric, with
ainl-tireclou"t slones unbidded nltli
rough simplicity In ordinary inctaK be
aides much that Is intilcate nnd delicate
in workmanship. Some very beautiful
jiecklacs on lew are the work of Mar-M-i
ret ttoKfrs. one of the prl.c winners
at the Chicago Institute.
Manuacrlpt on Vellum.
Among other notable successes an
tho hand boiiml books of IMIth I eil.
Or. K. Chattlebl. Itaeliel Miller and Fanny
Dudley. Miss Cllzab'tli Webb, a pupil
if Kdmird Johnston of ljOiiih.ni. enl
lidrapher and Kild.r. exhibit" in.iuil
acrlpt books and ers.s wiltten In formal
book hands, show Irs the dire, t method
of the early scribe. I if particular In
terest is tti" "Canticle of tin Sun." writ
ten In KOhl on purple mIIuio like the
royal mntiuerlpt of the s"enlh cen
tury, ono of tl" llnvst xamples b-iiu:
th fMinoiis "fio'ilen fiospels," written
In gold oil eiim ded in Const.intiiiopl' .
HOW III the Mutual! tollectinu
Karl von ltdniKsv,ird shows .i li k
door frame in old Noi style. d.MKhed
and curved In hltu. i.iwr the tlrepl.ue
of the cliibroom are niany examples if
he unlqiin uorl; of William Fosdick
known as Incised line paintlnss. (Mi"
of these represents two knlKhf Jousting
Another Is of a nitdlu'ial ni.irrliigar, with
Iho bride, brldegeooni and Hlshop in the
foreground.
WANTS $25,000 FOR STATUARY.
Washington reh t om ml t tee Ap-
prnla for I'ninl for WorU.
Hiet Washington Arch eunim tlce. of
which William i: Stewart ii clialrni.ni
and Jacob I! Schlff Is treasurer. Is ap
nealliic lor eontrilivitioiis to tae J:i..,un0
fund to provide appropriate erniips of
statuary for tho vacant pedestals on the
north front ot the arch
Mr, .Stewart i-ays of the work.
. "Acting under tho advice ot a member
of the (Irm or MeKIm, Mead & While, the
oommlttee. has ihtalnii mid approed
fketch models for two groups of marble
statuary That for the casterlv pedestal,
aubiiiltted by A. Stirling Older, shows
Washington as a ircncral of tho Ameri
can army, supported by allegorical figures.
The model for the other groyp, the work
of Hennon A. ManNell, showa Washing
ton aa Picsldent or the t'nlted Stales,
almllarly supported.
The cost of each of these grouiw will
he It.'.nOO. For structural changes to
enlarge the pedestals to lecehe. thoin
Jfi.OOO additional will be. required, making
a total of la.'i.OOU. ff this mini there
has already been privately contributed
1 ci subscriptions or not over tl.Odd each
the amount of $10,01)0 The committee
lias tlterefore thought It pioper to awtrd
the. contract for the group for tho cast
erly pcdetrt1 to Ml Cahler, who Is now
at work upon It "
DOUBLE BILL AT OPERA. i
"tnallrrl II usllcniia" anil "Papt
llacel" Sunn nt .Metropolitan.
fipcratlc hlstoiy uprated Itself at the
Metropolitan Opera House last ovcnlng
when tho popular double bill, "Cavallerla
Kunllratia" and "Pagllncc.1," given for the
(list time I Ms season, entertained u great
audience that thronged the large auditor
Itttti and tilled It to Its last resources of
ecuthij; (i lid iitiindlng capacity.
Were It not for the s.iko of the record
iluo the presentation of thtse two purltiers
It would not be necessary to state that
the house had been sold out for some days
previous to their performance nor to men
tion tho central point of Interest con
nected with the latter, namely, that Mr.
Caruso appearrd an Canto In the Leon
cavallo work.
Whence the power of magic spell caat
upon the public through the association
of the greut Tenor's name with that of the
lit t lo tragedy It Is impossible to say. Dur
ing Iho movement of Its two acts ho oc
cuplis the stage fur a comparatively short
space of time, whllu the episodes attract
ing chief attention In his artletlc en
ileaMirs renin1 themselves tlrst of all In
the Is.utlng of a bass drum and the sing
ing of one air. "Itldl P.igll.iiclO." Hut It
Is probable that after all the potency of
magic chat in hero exerted Is but truth,
and Its existence Is In the few precious
moments of the drama wliMi afford this
greut singer occasion for a display not
only of a turbulent passion when In ac
tion, but of the gorgeous beauty of his
voice-
Tho other chief members In the cast are
familiar hem In their parts. They In
cluded Miss llnrl as .Vi iMn and Mr. Amato
a 7'ollfn. Mr. Ilada was the Htppe and
Mr, Itcschlgllan the Silvio.
In the Mascagni opera there was a new
7iirpiH, Italo Crlstalll, who recently
made his debut hcic In "Lucia." Although
It can bu said that the Impression he
made Inst night was In all respects sin
cere and In some more favorable than
when he was tlrst heard, yet his voice was
at times deficient In tsiwer and quajlty
and his acting hardlv up to the requite
lnetit of his part. The other ndes were
each In well known hands. Mine. Destlnu
was the yuntuttu and Mine. Ducheno the
l.uln. Mr, Hilly was Alto and Mine. Mau
buurg the yflriit.
The performance of the two little trage
dies, so similar In plot and musical treat
ment, was each In turn given with a gen
eral spirit of Wgor and freshness and cre
ated the enthusiasm expected. Much
prahe is due to Mr. Polncco for his con
ducting. Society was out in brilliant array. Mrs.
Lee Thomas, wearing white satin and gold
spangled net and carrying a bright green
feather fan. and Miss Julia Itobbins. who
was In cerise civet and chiffon of the
sanirt sli.nh. were with Mr. and Mrs.
lhhest Nelln in box I. Mrs. isrlltl wore
bhii l, tatin, imbellhhcd with red spangles.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Isellti, the latter
wearing white satin and gauze, and Mrs.
IMutiind Kandulph, whose gown was of
old rose M.dtet nnd gauze, were In box !l.
Mis. Whitney Warren, In black veUel
uini Mis. .1. e. i. i,auier. who wore
salmon pink and gold brocade, were with
Mi. and Mi". J. (ioidon Douglas In box
J!-.'. Mr". Hotiglas woro sapphire blue
sal in and net.
Mr. ami Mrs. Allen 1.1. WVllman and
Campbell Steward wero witli Mrs. Joseph
Pulitzer, tn.it with Mi. and Mrs. Muart
Imucan were Mr. and Mrs. Kloy Marti
nez, ami Miss Maria de Harrll.
Mr. and Mis, Lloyd Hryce and Miss
Cornelia Hryce were In box 13, and with
Mrs William Iaiwc Itlee ill box II wm
th. Itcv. )r. and Mrs. tiniest M. Stlres
and Mrs August Heik-clur
Who .Mr. ami Mrs. William A Ham
11 1 in iii l.x IV, were Mis KlUahetli Van
ileiiMii and Imr fiancee, Arthur iloiild
Hamilton.
Auionir others In the audience were Mr
and Mr". William M. V. Hoffman. Mr. and
.Mrs. Mnes Taylor Pyne, Mr. itid Mr.
Allan A. Ilobhlns. Mrs. tieorge II. Hend.
.MlfS Heatrhe Head, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Dana iSlbsun, Mr. and Mrs. H.irl Uodgc,
Mis. Charles Henry Coster, Ms ..Maud
Co!ei. Mr. and Mis. If. W llmerdlng Payne,
Mrs. Arthur Mason Jones, Mr. and Mrs. F
lluiiall Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. II dr
Herkelcy Parsons. .Mr. and Mis. IMv m
tloiild, .Mr. and .Mrs. James H. Clcw, Mr
nnd Mrs. Thcudine Itoov'wdt. Jr., Mr. and
Mi. SiwAilen I'ahnc.ito.'k. Mr end Mrs.
Charles It. Scott. Mr. and Ml". Ch.illes It.
Mex.i'idei, ihe .Misses Alexander, Mr. and
Mrs. I!. .!!! L. llai'im. Phoenix Ingriihain
and .1. l"Wuir cutting.
THE SYMPHONY CONCERT.
ORATORIO NOVELTY
HAS FIRST HEARING
(eorff Schumann's "Hiith" Per
formed at. Opening Concert
. of Oratorio Society.
WORK OF 80MK MKRIT
Performance Rcflecis Credit on
Conductor, Soloist and
Choral Forces.
The nut concert of the forty-firs: sea
son of th? Oratorio Society at Carnegie
Hull last evening was devoted to the first
performance In this city of "Kuth," the
fiftieth work of Georg Schumann. The
musician Is by no means unknown to the
music lovers of this city, for several of
his Instrumental compositions have Been
reunited here with no little favor. The
oratoijo heard last evenln? Is mote am
bitious, nut there is room for doubt as
to Its assuming a higher place than, let U"
say, his ''Variations on a Meriy Theme,"
and even that Ifts enjoyed protracted
period of repose.
The book of the oratorio Is an elabora
tion of the lovely story of Kuth nnd Hoax,
The author (the composer himself) needed
more material than the Hlhllcjt tale pro
vided and o he has padded Ills text with
passages from the Psalms, the book of
Proverbs, and In the love s-ene from the
Song of Solomon. He has also Introduced
a chorus of spirits of the night, for which
he utilised a poem of Carl Krnst Knatz.
This scene, according to the musician's
n statement. Is Intended to delineate
AMtmKMKNTt.
i VISIT SCENES
OF THE RECENT
BALKAN WAR
E
w mi -
LMENDORF
tour thromh the bellitrrent
little countries llist eoniprlte
pan of the silled balks n Mutes,
DALMAT1A
HERZEGOVINA
MONTENEGRO
I, is. Iiishii; u lAst reflnn of rnmsnre. A world
el Hiiiirtrr, ot u.cdkrval cities, Human ruins,
il:tuirsiiie people, qualtit costumes and cus
toms, rte , etc.
CARNEGIE HALL 57 ST. I M
NIGHT
at. 1:30
j
60o ti
$1.60
only ono of Huth's slates of mind, Thero
are also some lyric choruses, such as tho
reapers' song and the Unities of tho two
parts Into which the oratorio Is divided.
There Is totno strong Hml Interesting
writing In the oratorio, but not a Utile of
It Is misplaced. In fact the composer
seems to have set out with tho Intention
of enlarging the content of the Hlbllcal
drama. Tho pastoral of the, Heripturcs be
comes Homow-hat lamely tragic. i ne i
choruses In part 1 aro thoatrlcal In stylo
and strained In melodic character. The
same fault Is to be found with much of
the writing for the solo voices.
This Is all framod In tho half declama
tory and half melodic, stlye so much In
favor with present day musicians and
abounds In strange Intervals. H.humanii,
however, Is not u master of this method
and his solo parts nre generally strained
and lacking In spontaneity. The melodic
curves are badly broken and the utter
anco of the singers Is inado to found
labored. This Is particularly tho case
with much of the music of Ruth, which
lies too high for beauty
On the other hand In Its be"t passages
this oratorio rises to a level of excep
tional merit and possesses qualities to
charm every llsluner. Tho solo of Huth
beginning "Say no more unto me" Is really
beautirul. and so again !s the tteatmcnt
of her solo containing tho familiar pas
sages "Vea, though I wall! through the
valley of the s'.vidow," and "He leiuleth
ine beside the still waters," The reapers'
chorus Is bright with the thytlim of the
choral dance and Is captlvatlngly orches.
t rated,
Hut It seems hardly necessary to enu
merate special parts of the work. The
orchestration is too Uiie! neatly all the
time and i" ofte i Inappropriate, as in the
employment of tubas to accompany many
words of tho gentle Until. The perform
ance was in it, ost respects admirable.
Klorence IIInMe, .n-aiia, Mildred Totter,
contralto; T. Ko'ter Why, tenor and Put
nam iSrlswold, bass, were the solo singers.
Of thee Ml"" Ilitil.lo and Mr flrlswold
were the inot satisfactory, despite the
extreme ai tllleiallty of the style of much
..e t...i -i.. .t,r.M,,u ,,.,.1.
Ill llien muni , i .iui u' .i,i ,IM I 1 n a
good tone, excellent intonation good at- Carnegie Hall, Monday evening, uec. o
tad; and geuei.it merit in shading Mr. lUutttatti by Motion PMutta
Koeinmenlch. the conductor, had evl-1 Tickets 50c to $200 Botes. $15 nd $18
dently given much pains to the prepara-i Tickets on S!e t Box Oftice.
tion of the composlt on. and the results , Q Qffi Q Su)d v,
v.ero then to prove It J
METROPOLITAN 85EM.
lo-itay, at !, lairs of llotfmann. Ilcmticl.
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Ilral.nl! rrltalll, Itotlilcr I'Jitlre opers t'horus
mill Orchestra. Ceml Sctll
Nel !Mon. M s Aids. Ilcstlnn. MtenU'r!
Caruso, Amato, lildur fond.. Towanliil , ,
lues, in s. .sper'l PrrfVe il Time in .Jmerleal.
Klitiaid Strains' Opera ller Itnsrnkatallrr.
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Wed.nl s 15 Hohfnie. Al.li Mien Msrlliielll,
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HEW AMSTERDAM f.a.' To-diyVwrd'siw.
Kla A Krlancer's New Musical Comedy.
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VICTOR BRENNER DESIGN WINS.
,rw VorU ralplor's liroiip la
Chnaen for Selienlej Memnrlal,
I'lTTSRlinn, lee B. Victor M. Itlelilier
nt New York Is the successful tcnlptor
isliose deslKn, "Niiture's .Music,' will lie
used for the ineinniliil to Mrs, Mary II.
Sclienlcy, ulllell will HtHIld lit tile elitnincii
to .Sclo'iiley 1'nrU. .Mi Hienner will re
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oorlt of Huns Schiller of Ti llnst LafiiyctlM
.jivontic, Itnltimore, Mil. HeslKti No. ir,
third choice, Is h) Henry II, KitMin of 7
MacdonKitl nllev New VnrK. I'nder tlii
rules of the eoniprtltlon an annul of $Sun
is given to Air Keliulri nnd tOtlU lo .Mr,
Ullson
"Niiliiie's .Miimi" is n uriiup in Uronre,
ron NiiiiK ol doiililo foiiulHln airiniKi"
men I nn mount! d hy n luonze limine of h
woniaii pl.iylnK n I) re nnd nt h"i' feet n
OWitaur The iiioiiiiiiienl will Maud In the
main court of tho prirk letween Grand
Boulevard and Parnenle Institute, It will
not HO, 000, of which sum J20.000 was
appropriated hv the llv nt Plttsbur.
taOtOOO was tRlvsn hy Andrew Carnstio
nfl tb ramatnder was raiser hy prtvat
Mawrtytesm. ,
rn nlte li llelinass Prove In-
lereallim ami I'npalar.
Is I'lmide Aclillle lielnihvy. lilie Itun
tlionie, luiHiklni; Ills lethetlc Kodt. nnd
li.'ioiulni; an ever.Mla) joniit.- iiiun" Is
tie no ionper : "l-Vtiin'eseu Itluiliii.
iilinlny plininy. ne als cUoi )ounp
nian"'.' At an' lale he has dlHcoi'red
the tonic ttiad, and the worst of it is
lie likes It. Ho lias even dallied with an
iludlsKUlsrd major mode, nnd written real
tunei. What shall he done with him?
All this was disclosed nt the Hyinpliony
Society concert In .Italian Hull yesterday
aflernoon. when his new symphonic suite.
"l.e rrlntctniis,'" was liearil for the tlrst
tlino In this rlty.
Mi. D.miroscli lind Hiranged a llach
and Ii- hussy iiioKniintiic. In JolniiiR con
trast Hi th Urtinioseli's dellKht. llic tlrat
putt of the proinntnine mis Rlen or
to two of the dear old Urniideiiliuri; con
certos the third, which in for slrltiKS,
and the llttli, which Is for m1o violin.
Mute and niatio with strlnics. The nolo
dueis 111 the latter were Messrs. Saslu -
sky, violinist ; Harrere, flutist, and Harold
H.iuei, pianist
Il is not inioeriitlie to write an essay
on the DrundenliurK concertos of old
Hach. Hill it In to muko note of the
fact that nothing could have tieen more
beuiitlfiil and restful than the perfonn
unce of thn nftli h) th" three artists
concerned in II together with the or
chestra. .Mr Hauer'a Ireiitinent of the
piano part was a revelation of esuulslte
taste, finished musicianship und masterly
command of technic. Ills tone, and rlner
work were Mich hh to keep a music, lover
In a continual state or joy. His style
would huve made Hacli KlaU.'
Thn UehusHy part of the roncert bcg-aii
with the familiar and always Interestlnr
pieludu to "f.'Aprns-Mldl ij'urt Faune."
Tlio orchestra played tills shimmering
web of Instrumentation with remarkable
llnlsli and won hearty applause. Mr. H.mer
returned to the Ktagn lo contribute to the
De.liti'HV list three piano pieces, "li f'ol
lllies il'Aliacdtirl.' "I. a r'llln mix chcvetis.
do I,tn" und "Minstrels." In tlio first of
these thn hills of Anuuaprl lllled Debussy
with such a leaplns Joy that ono suspected
that he had written thn piece, at Hitter's
with a class of Malviisla bard by. VVby
a ttirl with tluxeii hair should tie trans
laled Into piano music no ono can tell,
but possibly sh went over to Aiiacaprl
on the sainn noax as ine compusor. Ui
minstrels are nlwa)s on the boat. So thuro
)ou are,
Tim s)mphonlrt suite Is thn latest of Mr.
iebuss)lH publications. It Is In two move
ments, one called vary moderate and the
oilier Just moderate. 11 Is a most niolodl
oils composition, possesslnu most of the
atroiiK charuetei'lslloH of Debussy's style,
but duparthiK from Ids manner In Iti em
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tlio second movement la quite, out of the
custom of this comiKisor.
Hut the composition ia full of charm.
It has a moHt enguKiiiK piqitanoy, and It Is
acoied with a wealth of color- Even
stoppisl trumpets are made to sins; allur
ingly and the use of a piano for four
luiids Is well devised. It will be aaton
IshliiK If this composition doe not now
net out nn Its travels amonc the o repeat re.
It baa mora of Ihe rtemtnta of popularity
than Debussy's mutta usually pojseaa tnd
tt Ifl withal the prodootton ef a enlai
rnrsal.
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