Music: Music

In Hollywood

Just as the presence of one literary lion redeems, for an ambitious hostess, the most supine soiree, so the presence of a single preeminent conductor enraptures the patrons of summer musical seasons in the U. S. The "catch" of the Hollywood Bowl is Sir Henry J. Wood, famed British conductor. Recently he put his two feet together on the dais, made his prettiest bow to an audience that was probably the largest of his expansive career—an audience that bulged over acres of ground and crowded into the aisle down which, as Sir...

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