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Music Notes
The following telegrams wore re?
cently received by Mrs. Walter Henry
Rothwell, of thl3 city.
"Log Angeles, Calif., Oet. 24.
"Mrs. Walter Henry Rothwell,
"646 West 11 lth Street
"First concert symphony season. New
Pliillifirrnuiiic Orchestra, Rothwell con?
ducting, ninety ni?'ii, closed f> o'clock j
this afternoon. Greatest symphony
concert ev?>r given this city. Tremoli*
dous ovation; innumerable floral offer?
ings and recalls. Audience tremen?
dously impressed. Clark, founder oiS
chestra, myself manager, recognize
your husband's splendid musicianship.
All Bend greetings.
"L. E. BEHYMER,
"Orchestra Manager."
"Your husband came, saw and con?
quered; the concert was perfect, lio
received great ovation and has put
Los Angeles on tho musical map. Con?
gratulations. \V. A. CLARK, Jr.,
"Founder of the orchestra."
The. program of the first conceit of
tho year, to bo given at Carnegie H:i!l
on December lfi, by the Musical Art
Society, is practically completed. The
chief number will probably be Pales
trina'a "Magnificat," written for double
chorus. A feature of tho concert will
be the assistance of tho Soci?t? des
Instruments Anciens, headed by M. I
CasadesuB.
Amonio other .s?lections will hi? an
"Adoramus Te" of Mozart, a ''Salve i
Regina" of Haydn, a group of old
French Noels; Tompkins'a madrigal,
"Weep No More-'; two part songs by
Elgar; Bantock's "The Death Croon"
(Hebrides), "Elsie Marley" (North
Country), from the Folk Tunes of
Whittaker'8 arrangement, and o "Hymn :
of Freedom," by Natalie Curt?a Ihirlin. |
The second concert of the society,
which will bo given on the Saturday (
afternoon preceding Easter Sunday, :
will bo devoted to music appropriate |
to the season.
The New York Trio, Clarence Adler, j
piano; Scipione Guidl, violin, and Cor- I
nelius Van VHet, 'cello, will give its
first recital at Aeolian Hall on Monday
evening'. DecemWer I. Tho opening
number will be Brahms's Trio, Op. 8, in '
H major.
On November 11, Sasha Votichenko,
player of the tympanon, will hepin his
tour with the Russian Symphony Or- |
chestra. Modest Altschuler, conductor
of the orchestra, will feature program?
of Russian music. A number or Mr.
Votichenko's compositions will be in- ;
troduced.
Allerton House plans to give a series :
of Saturday afternoon concerts durinp;
the musical season. Tho first one took
place yesterday, when Mme. Carolyn
Cone-Baldwin, pianist, played pieces by
Bach, Busoni, Chopin, Ravel and others,
and Frederick Gunster, tenor, sang
songs by Walter Kramer and James P.
Dunn. Next Saturday afternoon Helon
rilara, soprano, and Frederic Dixon,
pianist, will give the concert.
An attempt to establish a permanent
series of .Sunday night conceits at the
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Brooklyn Academy of Muslo will begin
next Sunday evening, when Miss Flor?
ence Easton, soprano; Francis Mac
lennnn, tenor, and an orchestra of
sixty musicians, conducted by Cesara
Sodero, will give the first concert in
the intended series.
Henry Hadloy will conduct the or?
chestra, chorus und choirs of "The
Wayfarer," the suectnclo which tho
Intercluir? World Movement will pro
sent at Madison Square Garden for
live weeks, beginn! .g December t.r>.
Mme. Ruano av. interpreter
of Slavic and g. psy folk songs, will
'appear at the McDowell Club on Sun
i day evening, November 23, and will
i later give a caries <>C recitals.
! Thomas ligan, Irish tenor, with as?
sisting artists, will present. Rcones
! from grand opera at th?> Waldorf
' Astoria on Friday evening, November
'? 7th, under tho auspices of Lafayette
' Council, Knights <"T Columbus.
The second concert in Joseph A.
I Fudrsfmanofs world famous nrtst:
j series will take place in th? Newark
i Armory to-morrow evening. Tho New
i York Philharmonic Society will appear,
with Percy Grainger as soloist. Mr.
; Grainger will play TBchaikowsky's
i concerto for the piano in H flat minor,
No. 1.
Tho Vatican Choirs will give a fare?
well concert ?it tho Metropolitan Opera
House on Tuesday evening, December 2.
Dicie Howell, a young soprano, who
will appear at Aeolian Hall this wick,
was born in Tarboro, N. (0, and re?
ceived most; of her early education in
Salem College, the Southern Moravian ?
School. There Miss Howell studied
both violin and piano for two years.
Then she turned her attention to her!
voice. At the New England Conserva?
tory in 1911 and I912 she studied with'
Charles White. In 1914 she came to
New York and obtained a position as
soloist, m the Mount Moins Baptist
Church, on Fifth Avenue, under the ?Ii- ;
rection of A. Y, Cornell. Subsequently
she became the soprano soloist at the
First Presbyterian Church, in Brook?
lyn under the direction of Huntington
Woodman. Although t!i?' soprano is
making lier New York ?lehnt, she has
hail near!-,- two years of concert work,
including several appearances with or-;
chestra.
The Serge Kicbansky Players will ;
give a concert and recital in the audi?
torium of the West Side Y. M. ? 0 A..
818 West Fifty-seventh Street, on Mon?
day evening. November In.
Concerts to Come
'.'... i m in.'i 9, Princess i he it? r,
Greta Torpadie, ?."piano; Ritz-Carl
ton, Friends of Music; Manhattan
Opera House, first concert in the
American Concert Course: Florence
Hink!?'. Reinald Werrenrath, Edward
Morns; Carnegie Hau. Alcssandro Bon
ci and Eleanor Brock; Hippodrome,
John McCormnck. November 10, Aeo
iiun Hall, Doris Madden, pianist.
November 11, Aeolian Hall, Royal Dad
mun, barytone. November !'.!, Aeolian
Hal!, Louise Hubbard, soprano: Carne?
gie Hall. Mayo Wadler. November HI,
Aeolian Hall, Caroline ?'one Baldwin;
Flora /?ygman, pianist, November 14,
Aeolian Hall, Minna Kaufmann, s?>
pnir.o: Carnegio Hall, John Bowel!,
? pianist; Helene Kanders, soprano.
November '??. Carnegie Hall, Jascha
Heifetz, violinist. November IT, Aeolian
? Hall. John Quine, barytone Novem?
ber 18, Aeolian Hall, Rosalie Miller,
i the Berkshire String Quartet; Carnegie
Hall, Mischa Levitzki. November 20,
Aeolian Hall, May Mukle. November
:".',. Aeolian Hall, concert by tho Or?
chestral Society; Hippodrome, Louisa
Tetrazzini. November 27, Harriet Mc
Connell, contralto. November 'J9, Aeo?
lian Hall, Leo Ornstein. January 1",
Carnegie Hall, Helen Kanders, soprano.
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Maurice Dambols, tho Belgian 'cellist,
cursed the disturber of his Sunday
morning (-lumbers when his telephono
rang at 9:80 a week ago to-day. But
the tone of his answer quickly
changed as he listened to the message.
It was to the effect that the Queen of ?
the Belgians, as President Wilson puts
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menta in canned music, aid would visit j
the private salons of the Duo-Art floor
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morning at 10 o'clock. Considering his
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summoned as the most fitting: artist to i
provide a demonstration.
The young man, who requires at least ?
an hour every morning before eonsld- i
ering himself properly groomed for the I
day, dressed with a speed he did not
know ho possessed. Seizing his hat in
one hand and his instrument. In the
other, he dashed breakfastless Into the
street; and hailed the first taxi. He
managed to reach Aeolian Hall just
two minutes before the Queen arrived,
accompanied by the Princess de
Chimay, the Prince de Croix, General
Huron Jacques and Lieutenant-Colonel
Wolf.
For an hour the cellist, who is also
j nn accomplished pianist, played to hi?
' own accompaniment on the records all I
i the pieces in his cello repertoire for
! which he has made records of piano !
accompaniments. These included Paint- !
Sa?ns's "The Swan," Roellman's Varia?
tion Symphoniques and Popper'.-? "Arle?
quin," Her Majesty expressed preat
pleasure at this effective combination I
of the artist in propria persona, and
his playing as caught by the records.
Herself a violinist, she asked M. Dam- j
hois to make some records of accom- !
paniments for some of the composi?
tions she is fond of playing, and sug?
gested that lie bring these with him
when he returns to Belgium in 'lie
spring, _
There have been roques! s as '?<
whether any Patti records may bo pur?
chased. It has been answered in the
affirmative. Philip Hale in the
World Wagging column of "The Boston
Herald," quoting from a London jour
nal, tells us that there are record- that
will not be heard until tho year L'007.
"Stowed away in a fireproof vault un
der the Paris Opera House nn; records
of four songs sung by Adelina Patti
in 1907. These were presented by Mr.
Alfred (lark, together with records
executed by Tamago, Caruso, Melba,
and other famous opera singers.
"When making the. gift Mr. Clark
stipulated that the records should be
carefully secured, and should remain
unused until the year "007, in order
that music lovers of the twenty first
century may enjoy the opportunity of
hearing some of the best voices of by?
gone days and comparo them with
those of their own time. Tho French
Ministry of Fine Arts willingly under?
took" to abide by these conditions."
Donizetti's "L'EHsir d'Amorc" con?
tains beautiful music. This month the
duet "Venti Scudi" is presented hy
Caruso and De Luca on a new Victrola
record. It is tho scene in which Nem
orino, who has paid his all for a love
: potion that shall win him Adina, wishes
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\<-?>li.m Hall, Prl-luy \fi., Nov. 14, at 3.
Minna Kaufmann
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Five Snntltiy Afternoons
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Two Orchestral Concerts
ARTUR BODANZKY
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Two Piano Recitals
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CONGESTS
Josef Stransky.Contluctor
Opening Concerts of tha Season
CAHNr?,lt" HALL
Tluirmlll" Evening, Nov. 171.
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SAMUEL LJUNGKV1ST
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N. Y. Chamber Music Soc.
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Tuesday Evenings, Nov. 11, Dor. 2;
Jai'. 6; Feb. 10; March 9.
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Brooklyn
Academy of Music
Music Lovers' Concert Series
Mlseha riiiimi Schumann-Heinis
( inelnnati Symphony Orchestra
Eugene Vsa-re Helen Stanley
.li.sef Lhevinne (.coir.? Copeland
l-.iilorn Duncan Dancers
Five Concerts?$2, $4, $G, $7.50
-N. Y. HIPPODROME
SUNDAY NIGHT, Nov. 9, 8:15
Knli Anniversur) Concert l?y .lolIN
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will b? : ".. lOt h Annivei sary if
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Mgi i.'lias L.. Wagner A: I' 1 MrSweeney,
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