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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1921.
IN THE REALM OF MUSIC )
Henry Hadley Conducts His
New Tone Poem With the
By Frank H. Warren.
It being the open season for com-IjoBRr-mmlitctors.
Associate Condtuitor ut tho I'lilllmr
monlo Society, one of AuhtIch's most
prolific fompoBfrs", took tins uocict.v'n
orchestra by tlio hnnil lust evening
nnd dipped into "The Ocean," Mr.
Hiidley'fl now tone poem, completed
only last month. It la the compose)-'?
nincy-nlnth opus rnd wan played for
the first time on this occasion. The
music, oh the programme notes
stated, Is based upon sUcr&estlnns
derived from a poem by Louis K.
Anspacher entitled "Ocean Ode." i
Tho first section MiRBWith the
"elements let loose with all l he fury i
and tumuli of a tempestuous peat" the I
middle section contains the sea j
sprites' motive and paints naiads in i
dark green eaves, the wash of waters,
falling ppray, tho crooning wind
tuning Its monotone; the last part has
to do with tho "qui'-t, s'-rene ocean
Honing on through eternity."
in his poem Mr. Dudley, to quote
further Mr. Gllniun'.i notes, "lias not
confined himself to dreams or to
storms. He has been moved by lis
unconquerable mysteiy, its moods of,i
cosmic and terrifying iatlo.i. Its
thunderous laughter. Its tnmcleH.snoKS,
its serenity, Us liaunted In nitty, its
Havago and cruel niagie."
i ins ih an uuu uiiLiuiiui eiK'Uoii.
ond Mr. Dudley has treated It fit con
ventional styie. it wus us ear wnuc,
wt believe, who, utter ln.s llrst iev
f the Atlantic Ocean, said he was
l.l.nnftitlln,l 1,1 It tlt. .!!.. r..
t !...! 1.1 ...
weru similar wiui ii-kuri 10 .ir.
Dadley s picluie. The ocean was
there plainly enough, and we eniild
ride with tlie composer on t lie undu
lating movement: we voluntarily
iosed the porthole when the st .rm
broke nnd we welcomed the great
inlm. bul c luilcd to leel tlie spray
OKI i Usui list us, nor did we ntili a
lung'ul or tlie salt air. Mr. Hadley
didn': (. t outside the tluee-milc
There w.i a deal of orchestration
but tt lacked originality. If tho varl
oils orchestrua ever meet to dUcusu
Instrumental "dls'inmunent our vote
will go for n reduction of tho brasses.
They are u composer's submarines.
They bob up In all kinds of unex
pected places and take one unawares.
They are constantly sinking the
sitings and are the big guns of a
comixisci when he bus run out Hf
Mr Il idley conducted his compo
sition with lino fervor and the or
eliesiiu to a man stuck to the ship.
The composer received a warm greet
ing from the big audience. Mr. iitrnn
sky, the regular conductor, opened
the programme with a IJach Prelude
and Kugue, orchestrated by Johann
Abert, who decorated them with a
Choi ale of his own. Other nutnben
were Wagner's "Siegfried Idyl" and
Tfrlmlkmvsky'B lllth symphony.
Mr. Gattl-Casiizza, a maker of hay
while the sun is high, went basking In
the coloratura Held again last evening
and offered Mine. llnlll-Curci her sec
ond opportunity of ontertitlnjng his
Metropolitan patrons. "Lucia dl l.am
nierii'our" was the opera. "Ualll tho
Cureh In Lucy thu Lam" was James
Htmeker's label for this combination.
The prima donnu, having shaken her
nervousness, was in belter volco than
on Monthly and, consequently, gave a
better performance. Iler mad scene,
except for that much discussed ttill,
wus about flawless. Not brilliant or
sparkling, but smooth, true to pitch
and exquisitely finished. The applause
as spontaneous and sincere. Krom
a lobby standpoint Mine. Oalli-Curcl Is
too well known. There is not tho ex
citement nor po.isip between the neU
that a less familiar slur would create
did shu slug as well as the famous
sopnino. Hut Mine. (ialll-Curcl can
l:eiiramino Ulgll was a good Kd
gardo, singing witli the necessary
lire and dramatic intensity, tnd Mr.
JDanise, tho baritone, and Jose Mnr
donos, basso, weio most serviceable
In the good old sextet. A soon as the
orchestra began the familiar um-da-dn-du-um-ta-um-ta,
hack as If to enjoy a story from the
tho day'B musical calontlnr. Jeanne
Laval, n contralto, with a nice volco
and a well grounded singing style,
song in tho afternoon In Town Ilnll,
nnd Lucllo Kellogg, dramatic so
prano, appeared In Aeolian Hull In
The committee for tho Town Hall
Endowment Fund bus engaged
Richard Htrauss to glvo a concert of
his chamber music In their auditorium
this evening, the proceeds to go
toward freeing the Sail from debt.
This will bo the only appearance of
the composer as n pianist, nnd ho will
be nsisted by lironlslaw Huhermun,
violinist; Wlllcm Wlllekc, 'cellist, and
EXPLOSION ON MOTOR BOAT.
The explosion of a gasoline tank yes
terday morning on board the Mcrrltt &
Chapman Wrecking Company motor
boat Nicholson Injured two men and
caused excitement In all directions for
a mile from the company' pier at Eilgc
w(ior Street, llosebank, S. I.
Thomas Peterson of No. 31.1 30th
Miect, Itrooklyn. ruffeied n frActupo of
the right teg, and Oliver Johanson. who
lives aboard one of the company's
boats. wis burned on face and Innis.
l'ollcc reseryc mid three ambulances
were called. The Injured men were
taken to the Staten Island Ho3Ult.il.
They will recover.
SHIP NEWS INFORMATION
Orliaha, IMtana Not. IS
Tariintia. Tjne Vot. 3
t n Kn wh-n, (1 1 br a ) I a r Nov, l
Clare, Man Juan y0. 10
i:jsifrn Hell. Sllpo 4
HudMti, IlrimMn ..
N. Amsterdam, t'li mouth
Hells Our. ChrUtlanli
Fmlerlk VII!. Copoitiaffn.U.CD A. M.
kc Karimnn. Kiniciton.. i.oq V. M.
... 8.0U A. .M.
UcralJino Kiwtui will make Iior first
appearance of thu season to-night In
'rosea," juuI slu- will have to be on
her nu'tth', for there ts a new star
im the otHng, due, to-morrow in "Die
Tote Stuclt,' who Us huh to make a
strong bid for portion of the popu
Alponquln, TurH Ji land.
ramrronla. Madeira ....
I'tn U Va'i nrla, Katii hi.
Dili' Aitiiiiit'ii. rsaiiiM .
Fi. Hamilton. Iltrnimli..
llfrtiji. Itmnoa Am .
.Mi nnmUirt X ndon ...
i M il.i'aiia
It n i dim. Rot'trdini
1 Mtt ,ifrun. San Juan .
o'tifi l'orr hum n
( , i 1p. lluftios Arret. . .
Wt-M Cirutn. Africa
ASSETS ARE FIXED
Report Shows $115,878,000
Liabilities and $191,500,000
Balance on Hand.
WASHINGTON. Nov. IS. The llrst
complete balance sheet ever pre
pared to cover the business of the
LTnlted . Stntcs Shipping Hoard, ac
cording to present officials of the
board, has been laid before Chair
man Iisker. It wan said to repre
sent four months' work by the corps
of accountants, which was organized
Total assets of the board as of
July 1, Vril, were shown as $30",
400,000, exclusive of unexpended ap
propriations nnd the present value of
the fleet; nnd total liabilities, ex
clusive of pending claims, as Sub
accounts and notes receivable, J33,-
951,000; accounts receivable from
STS.000. Ilalanco on hand aggregated
tt91.ri00.000, which will be used. It
was explained, to offset, partially,
claims estimated to total from $500,
000,000 to $300,000,000.
Detailed Items covered by tho re
Ascts Cash on hand, $33,000,000;
managing agents, $9,360,000; opera
tion supplies and surplus materials
fur ialo nt Inventory valuation, $33,
5(11,000; land, structures and equip
ment for sale. $12,229,000; mortgages
receivable and securities, $10,865,000;
accounts and notes rccelvablo from
ship sales not scoured by mortgages,
$16,375,000; notes rccelvablo secured
by mortgages, $98,997,000; real csta'e.
and eiiulpment In operation, $3,967,
000. Liabilities Accounts and vouchers
payable, refunds of deposits and col
lections, $71. '182,000; mortgage bonds
and mortgages payable, assumed upon
acquisition of certain properties,
$2,109,000; reserve against inventories
of surplus materials nnd land, struc
tures and equipment, Including de
nntlier Fuiillinll Dentil.
I'lTT.SIlUHGII, Ia.. Nov. IS. Monroe
(Bud) Beatty, Bcllcvuo High School
football player, died yesterday of in
juries received III a recent game with
the Avaton High School team. Hospital
physicians' mid flentty had suffered a
riot pressure on the spine.
Two smaller recitals w t re also on -junA. Antwerp s iu a
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