Music: Teacher Duncan

Teacher Duncan

Isadora Duncan, dancer and political revolutionist, came by air from Russia to Berlin, kept an audience waiting half an hour, apologized for orchestra, director, lack of rehearsal, one thing and another, danced Tchaikovsky Pathétique. After the performance, she said her days of solo dancing were over. Everyone agreed. Now she is going to undertake to pass on her torch. She will open a school in Berlin for children — children of the masses only. She expects about 500 pupils. Some 22 years ago, Miss Duncan first danced in Berlin. The...

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