Music: Szymanowski

In Carnegie Hall, Manhattan, the Philadelphia Orchestra gave a concert. Leopold Stokowski, a detached and patrician figure with a perfect back, lifted his eyebrows at the audience, his baton at the orchestra. Unrivaled is the popularity of the Philadelphia Orchestra this year; unapproached the position of Conductor Stokowski. Novelty of this concert was the playing, for the first time in the U. S., of a violin concerto by Karol von Szymanowski which the composer dedicated to "mon ami," Violinist Paul Kochanski. Ami Kochanski was there himself, chin on instrument, to play the...

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