Music: Concert Jazz

In a program consisting of a group of antique Italian pieces, of modern Austrian and German songs, of modern British and modern French songs, Mme. Eva Gauthier, "creature of endless inspirations," placed a group of "modern American pieces" — jazz. She sang a large group of jazz compositions ranging from the archaic Alexander's Ragtime Band to the almost contemporary Do It Again. This is the first time, to the present reviewer's knowledge, that a serious artist, and one of the most scholarly sort, has included in a formal concert the sliding, slippery...

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