Music: New York

The Paulist Choristers gave the second of their series of recitals. This is a valuable company. They give a capella performances — unaccompanied chorus—of works which range from the masterpieces of the great school of medieval counterpoint to compositions of the discordant moderns. Their program for last week embraced such different names as Palestrina, Pergolesi, Archangelsky. The director is Father Finn, choirmaster of New York's great church of the Paulist order. He is a fine, genial fellow, a learned musician and, one guesses, a lively hand with a pair of boxing...

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