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Composers Try Ballet
For Rhythmic Music
OC late years many composers of
much merit, both in America anil
Kurope, have turned their attention
to dramatic forms of the ballot. Be
sides the Russians, who had shown
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111 there still remains several hundreds of handsome TEA APRONS them. - S
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hi siov tassercies, $3.9., i° in a large range 0 f pr e t ty s, y ierv s uc h C oio r s as pink. Coaster Wagons Teddy Bears, 75c, 98c to J „ S
p *■>■■>■>■ Old rose, light blue, lavender .nd dainty combina- $2 39 t2 95 tn sfi Ot ~',g ' \ H h
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B SMOKING STANDS AND SETS Plnah and Karami Scarfs °offir 1 " 1 " Bs *"' Do 1" """ c " ,; |
I 98c,51.48t053.95 $5.95t059.95 W„„.„P± Furnitur LKiddie Kars, 98c, $1.48,
hj They come In mahogany finish; all pretty. This makes an excellent present and acts as a won- White Doll Bassinets'.'°oHc to Sl'os $1.98 to $2.95 2jLL , hi
Si 8 ——— V derful substitute for furs; they *jme with plain and White Doll High Chat'ra".4Bc to {Hie a A , b j assortment of sizes and styles. Vwl NflH Is
ry Boxed Stationery Makes a Serviceable Gift fancy linings. white Dpu Rockers , osc pec a. ||
sj We Have Boxed Stationery at 25c, 39c, 48c to $1.98 Thp Npw Carp<s anH Tnatpps Automobiles, $7.95, $8.95, Wheelbarrows f 1 r
Plain white, buff, pink, lavender and blue linen papers with AI,C V>a|JCa rtUU VUfIICCiS Q / q>- Q ft ' c , fto _ . m t zq f C J HI
Is envelopes to match. <£l9/lfi tn $97 $9.y5 to $18.95 ... 4oC, 75c, 9oC to $1.48 I / / II
njl Nature Print Pictures, 59c to $1.39 pi2i.'lO 10 Rubber tires, all well made and 'n big A big line, made of steel, extra strong; J W /
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3n| vet tanteful frflitics. ,
n— ——— J colors are black - brown and beaver Hundreds of Other Pretty Toys, Dolls, Etc. T /Cr
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FRIDAY EVENING,
what could be accomplished in this
directions, musicians of genius in
France, Strauss in Germany, and at
least one American, Henry F. Gil
bert, who wrote music for the "Place
Congo," presented at the Metropoli
tan not long ago, had composed bal
lets, No one who has seen the
dances in the "Snegourotchka" of
Rimsky-Koraskov is likely to forget
the impression they produced—the
marvelous life and rythmic fury that
informed them. Debussy once con
tracted to compose music for what
was to be known as a "symphonic
drama, with dances, choruses, and
soli" to a scenario invented by the
man who writes these lines. The
composer of "Da Mer" and "Pelleas"
himself declared that ho loved bal-
HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH
let. He even said one day in Paris
that "if he were offered a commis
sion to devise a new 'Excelsior,' he
would accept the. offer."
The success of "Le Coq d'Or," at
the Metropolitan, was really a trl
-1 umph for the theory of a ballet In Its
modern transformation. The action
was reserved for mimes and dancers.
'The music was sung off the stage by
i a chorus and picked soloists seated
!as for an oratorio. No one was more
I surprised than Mr. Gatti-Casazza,
I the manager of the Metropolitan, by
the quick popularity nttained by "Le
Coq d'Or." It may—it must, indeed,
I have given htm food for thought!
It may have led liini to reflect on
what some writers and composers
' have said might be a future form
of opera—a return to stories told by
mimes by gesture, to an orchestral
accompani men t.
The idea is not so wild as it may
seem. Nor is it madness to foretell
that, fifty years from now, voices
may, in sonic kinds of lyric drama,
become part of the orchestra. There
might be some of this plan ut inter
vals.
DECEMBER 12, 1919.
1 , v 3{i'RlS^. r A' H D^2^i v^a^ wu, ' N
4 lia wiat/y lai 1 -DARLINC- MOLO.WCHT ROUGE, as. A o M
j \\ftl2rif J3JJ ADOLPH KLAR Ij
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