Music: Jenufa

For the first time in the U. S., Jenufa, opera by Leos Janáćek, Czecho-Slovakian composer, was given at the Metropolitan. Grand were the persons of the cast; gorgeous the scenery; the music clever, racy, innocent of melody. In the title role was yellow-haired Maria Jeritza; Mmes. Margaret Matzenauer and Kathleen Howard and Messrs. Rudolf Laubenthal and Martin Ohman supported her. A grand house applauded. Critics commended. Plot. In a Moravian village lived Jenufa, the prettiest girl in the countryside, in whose grey glance lodged witchery. She was loved by Stewa, village...

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