In Paris

Mozart, having been a Salzburgian Austrian and therefore an enemy alien, suffered a grievous lapse in Parisian popularity during and after the War.

From this lapse he has just recently recovered gloriously. Paris had two Mozart festivals, both in the beautiful Theâtre des Champs-Elysées. The first of these was the venture of the Vienna Opera, complete with orchestra, singers, scenery and Herr Direktor Franz Schalk. It was part of an "official tour." Six operas were presented. There was no "modernizing," but the strictest possible adherence,...

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