Music: New York

That musician who aroused perhaps the greatest discussion during the season in New York is Anton Biloti, the pianist. This young man, an Italian-American reared among the bourgeois respectabilities of University Heights, first gained publicity as a young boy by constructing a miniature trolley line on an uptown hillside for the amusement of himself and the neighborhood youth.

But it is not a matter of personal singularities that has made Biloti interesting, but rather one of what has been esteemed curious musicianship. Critics have called Biloti's interpretations over-individual and even erratic. "...

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