Music: At Ravina

At Ravinia

An opera unfamiliar to Americans was presented by Louis Eckstein's Chicago summer-company at Ravinia Park, Ill. It is in one act, consumes only 40 minutes' time, was composed by M. Félix Fourdrain, and was first performed at the Opéra-Comique, Paris, in 1907. It is called La Légende du Point D'Argentan. The story. The hamlet of Argentan has been famous for its point-lace, of which the secret design has been lost. For this design, the local seigneur, wishing to present a magnificent robe to the Queen of France, has offered a handsome...

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