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By Elena de Sayn Not In years has a singer’s voice so completely captivated her au dience as did that of Victoria de jlos Angeles, Spanish soprano of the Metropolitan Opera, who made her local debut in Constitu tion Hall last night. Her voice is of pure gold, easily produced and perfectly placed, ex quisite in texture and sound, rich in warmth and beauty. Her sing ing stirred by its moving quality, and went straight to the heart. Her art is unostentatious and sincere. Mme. de los Angeles has a Charming stage presence, unas suming and dignified. She does not use theatrical gestures, does not play up to the emotions of her audience, nor has she re course to spectacular high notes to win applause. Yet encore upon encore followed after the formal program ended, until the artist sang her final number to her owb accompaniment on the Spanish guitar. The recital, built on conven tional lines, contained Italian, German, French and Spanish songs, given in their original lan guages. Many of these were a revelation in the art of presenta tion so true to their native char acteristics, or to the individuality of the composer. The unfamiliar “Recitative and Aria of Messenger,” from Monte verdi’s “Orpheus,” which opened the recital, 'was something of a musical declamation, intensified in effect by the gorgeous sound that poured out from Mme. de los An geles throat. No other song brought out to the same Extent the special loveliness of the sing, er’s chest tones, those of a woman in the prime of her development as an artist and a musician. Scarlatti’s “La Violette,” written in a higher tessitura, emphasized the flexibility of her delivery. The crown of achievement in this line was “Oh, Had I Jubal’s Lyre,” from Handel’s “Joshua,” sung in English. That a Spanish singer should Senanayake's Son Agrees To Take Helm in Ceylon ty th. Associated Press COLOMBO, Ceylon, Mar. 26. Dudley Senanayake today agreed to succeed his father as Prime Minister of Ceylon. The 41-year-old son of the late Don Stephen Senanayake, vet eran Ceylonese statesman and the British Commonwealth country’s, first and only prime minister, had refused earlier to take the post' left vacant when his father died; Saturday of injuries suffered In a fall from a horse. Today, however, he bowed to the urging of his father’s United National Party, the dominant fac tion. The younger Mr. Senanayake is j due to serve uhtil elections are held in about six months. be conversant with other Latin , languages would seem natural, but \ to hear a perfect German was \ something of a surprise. As per ; feet was ter interpretation and ' style of Schumann’s “Widmung,” “Der Nussbaum" and “Ich Grolle Nicht” Each was given the nu ance, inflection, phrasing and r color in true German manner, ' with a diction which seemed to 1 surpass the others in clarity. The reverential “En Priere,” by [ Faure; his “Fleur Jetee,” Ravel’s I “Kaddish” and the variety of songs in the Spanish group, con -1 sisting of numbers by Nin, Guridi, | de Falla and Turina, were a dem , onstratlon of the artist’s lnex ' haustible means for tone color and expression. If some of her 1 high tones had a tendency to | sharpness and over pressure this 1 was the only flaw in what was ' otherwise a recital that combined 1 a superb natural medium with the 1 spontaneity which belongs to true vocal art. Paul Berl, at the piano, was not . an ideal accompanist, lacking the i tone quality to complement the - voice, though proficient on the i technical side. Jfansburgfis Bth AND E STREETS N.W.-NA. 9800 iSK The set that outperforms them all (as proved by U. S. Testing Co.) now at Lansburgh’s at big savings! New! Save SSO on Emerson TV’s new low prices at Lansburgh’s! For Emerson isn't "just-onother" TV brand—EMERSON IS THE BRAND PROVED BETTER IN FIELD TESTS CONDUCTED BY U. S. 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