Music: Golden Flute

With the rich tones of a flute fashioned of fine gold, with motion pictures of rippling lines "recording sound waves, Professor Dayton Clarence Miller of the Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland, illustrated last week "The Basis of Tone Quality in Instrumental Music."

To his absorbed Manhattan audience of 600 musicians, engineers, makers of musical instruments, this famed sound scientist, and opponent of the Einstein theory showed how the increased density of metal improves the tone of the instrument, talked on the development of perfect tone....

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