Music: In Cincinnati

In Cincinnati, last week, was held the 26th biennial music festival, one of the oldest, most thriving traditions of its kind in the U. S. The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, directed by Franz van der Stuckin, a festival chorus, a children's chorus of 300 thin but adeptly trained voices procured from the local free schools, several famed singers, participated. Large and earnest audiences turned out for the proceedings. On the opening day, the assemblage (some 4,000) rose and sang America. After this rousing start, Sir Edward Elgar's Dream of Gerontius was performed with...

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