Music: Music Notes, Apr. 2, 1928

Three months ago Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh flew from the U. S. to Mexico as Ambassador of Goodwill. On an exchange visit, and by the suggestion of Ambassador Dwight Whitney Morrow, the Mexican Tipica Orchestra* came by the more sedate train route to the U. S. Last week Manhattan gave it official welcome on the steps of City Hall, listened to its playing, presented on behalf of the Mexican Chamber of Commerce a gold medal labeled "Music—the universal language."

Wonder children are manifold in the musical world. Critics rarely take them seriously—but Kreisler...

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