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l Mi" m THE REALM OF MUSIC THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, MAR OH X3g 1922," atqBBBItMWWMWBlW. IWlMUBIMIIIlll Hill UH SMfozart's "Cos! Fn Tutte" is 10 ae sung oiu March 24. By Frank H. Warren. The last of ,ttio Metropolitan's nov VjJuw tor this season, Mozart's opem -f,bufla, "Coai Fan Tutte," will bo clvcn !at tha opera bouse Friday evenlwr, March 24. The cast chosen for thla 'production probably the first In America will bo: Flordlllgl, Mme. Kaston; Dorabolla, Mme. Teraltn; Desplna, MLu Boris Fcrrando, Qcorsc Moader; Ousllelnio, Mr. De Luca, and Con Alfonso, Mr. Dldur. Mr. Hodan tky will conduct. The mlse-en-scene, which has been made according to In structions of GatU-Casazza by Urban, will provldo ft novelty, ns the per formance will take placo on a small raised stage built within the ordinary ataee In order to create the.Jjatml..te atmosphere essential toliftWONC. Mr. Urban also sketched the c6s- tUmCS. j.il The ninth concertYtathe Society of tho Friends of Music scries, given In Town Hall yostorday afternoon, was easy of digestion. Haydn's Oxford Symphony led tho way, followed by Mozart's D major coxlccrto for violin, played by Alexander Schmullor, who seems never to tiro. Mr. Schmullor managed It no better, no worse, than a half doson other fiddlers we could name, and not so well as a few of the more select An Interesting and melodious number was a Slovak suite of flvo numbers, by Vlterslav Novak, one of tho prominent living Czecho slovak composers. Tho Bulte was first played In 1906 and Is much allvo to day. Its movements, entitled. In Church with tho Children," "The Lov crs, The Courting Dance," "Night," all havo a simple nattvo charm and correctly limn their titles. Novak has the happy melodic gift and his suite, accordingly, whllo never growing pro found, moves along pleasingly, but. fas-50 MBKk Gift neadquartmM trcssod by sltnplo orchestra effects. The country dance secretly set tapping many a Sabbath ton. Mr. llodanzky and his little orchestra played It In the proper spirit, Mr. Damrosch and his Now York Symphony Orchestra adapted thclf programme to tho day, and musically gave their listeners a sunny afternoon. Some Mozart ballet music, Olazou low's light, cheery and seldom-heard fourth symphony, and Moszkowskl'a Perpetual Motion worn the orchestral numbers. The soloist was tho con tralto Margucrlto D' Alvarez. As she patently was not at her best, duo to a cold. It appeared, It Is enough to namo her selections Oluck's air, "Dl vlnltca du Styx," from "Alccsto," and shorter numbers by Tschalkowsky and nizet. A goodly number of the curious went to tho Hlppodromo In the eve ning to hear Itc-bcrt Murray, tho twelve-year-old soprano, who, tho programmo claimed', "sings tho high est noto. over', reacted and whoso vbcaljrango is greater tha that of Any Other In musical history." Master Murray, hits tho high notes plainly enough, but they aro fco.dcvold of any musical quality that they are among those things bettor It ft unsold or un sung; The difficult florid arias from "The Maglo Flute' and "Tho Uarber of Sovlllo," usually the property of aspiring coloratura sopranos, Maslct Murray tackled with easy assurance and with 'added ombrlllshments with out, however, clothing them with any stylo or (inclosing any recognition of their form. This, perhaps, was to bo expected, fo It is fair to say that, the young man's performance is a com mendable) stunt only. 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Invited to join the great "Atlanta Journal," Rice said he'd like to take the job, but of course living expenses would be much greater so far from home, so he would have to , & . have at least $12 a week to take care of them. He got the $12. 4 It lot AT' he n 1 ha ! ay r lir it II tit, 10, in v inal he is d U In happf prose and verse he spices' sport with fun and philosophy that's what ORANTLAND RICE does daily In The Tribune. .(Copyright, 192s, Nt.w York Trtbunt nc To Sport and Spring When I am, old, at yean are mtasurea, When unnter'e enow is on my head, ' And all the golden dreamt I've treaturea. Like winter leavet, are brown and dtad; iThough t tsfrn lost fo nimble dancing Where lighUtoed feet atill hold their fling, tOld age can't wither all romancing t Where can turn to sport end tpring, iWilh evtt, perhapt, that tee But dimly , . Tlte younger generation! leap, That may not tee at dutk how grimly The long, gray twilight shadow t xreep. Though gray and bent I ttill will follow The flight of youth n tilver wmg; i By track and field, by AtW and hollow, t'U know thejten of sport and tpring. When, one is elate to youth and playtimw The patting- yeare may take no toll, And one can find that dreamt of Maytimr Shut out life't winter from the louL What if old age from off the byway Painte ehadowt on December1! chartt Where tport and tpring call out tA highway "Hernal April holds the heart. J. as ti 6f ft St Inter, tho Iron bound winter, 'h a broken back. -Tainat the ear Buy It To-morrow 3Vcuj 5orK rifetttte FIRST TQ LAST THE TRUTH: NEWS EDITORIALS ADVERTISEMENTS rchtia mtrcjundlia ajrnu! iarr-3 any cbm Mini. UK, an .. dlMBiUhetion rtiwltl Is anr P iniDUNB suaranttti la ptr mo upofinqum. Noradtlpt. NopiftW nnaad eraastlf U tka adytittatt mi i C atiaaaafajif 1 W 'r'" 1