Music: In Boston

Out of the retirement in Maiden, Mass., to which she had committed herself less than six weeks before, Ethel Leginska came ostensibly to the aid of the People's Symphony Orchestra of Boston. The musicians wanted better pay, the public wanted more concerts, but the directors were deaf even to the pleas of the charming Leginska, who had been canvassing for subscriptions. Would the People's Symphony survive the crisis? That question was answered last week by the announcement that there would be next season a new orchestra—its 100-odd members to be...

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