Music: Prokofiev Hailed

Applause such as is rarely heard burst out in Manhattan's Carnegie Hall last week. The occasion was a Boston Symphony concert. The heroes: Russian Conductor Sergei Koussevitzky and Russian Composer Sergei Prokofiev who appeared also as pianist. No stranger in U. S. music halls is Composer Prokofiev. He used to be railed at as the enfant terrible among moderns, a name belied by his pleasant. Pucklike presence. But since others have outdone him in the making of queer, dissonant patterns, the public has found him less disturbing, more to be accepted. Prokofiev...

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