Music: No Award

No Award

No Pulitzer prize in Music was awarded this year. Usually $1,500 is handed to "the student of music in America, who may be deemed the most talented and deserving, in order that he may continue his studies with the advantage of European instruction." Possible winners handed in original compositions. These manuscripts were duly examined by a committee, consisting of Daniel Gregory Mason (Chairman), Professor Walter Henry Hall and Dr. Walter Damrosch. The result, just announced by Mr. Mason: "None of the contestants showed sufficient promise to warrant his receiving the...

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