Music: Lindbergh-on-the-Ear

Of the many echoes of Col. Charles Augustus Lindbergh's heroism, not the least sincere is the symphonic portrayal, We, composed by James Philip Dunn of Jersey City, N. J. At City College, Manhattan, where the Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra under Willem van Hoogstraten plays nightly to music lovers in the summer, We last week had its premiere.

The main theme, by its forthright, bold, persistent rhythm signi- fying the courage of the aviator, runs through a series of minor themes which describe in detail how the Spirit of St. Louis was made ready for...

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