Music: Less Skylarking

The Juilliard Foundation has always been generous. For a number of years it has granted foreign fellowships to advanced students of Music who have shown decided promise. The Juilliard fellows journeyed gaily to Paris, Rome, Berlin, Vienna, inhaled the artistic atmosphere, drenched themselves in strong aesthetic traditions, acquired a priceless joie de vivre. Also, there were champagne, liqueurs and sometimes instruction at the feet of a foreign Maestro.

But this is to be changed in October. Certain objections have been lodged at the Juilliard headquarters. There have been...

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