Music: Season's Business

On the basis of a nationwide survey Manager George Engles of National Broadcasting Co.'s Artists' Service last week announced that $10,000,000 had been spent in the U. S. this season by more than 10,000,000 people who went to hear concerts. The figures, while not record-breaking, are surprisingly optimistic considering the Depression, according to Mr. Engles. Pianist Ignace Jan Paderewski, whom Mr. Engles manages, drew the largest business—$500.000. Next best, box-officially, were Violinist Fritz Kreisler, Tenor John McCormack, Pianist Serge Rachmaninoff. Chicago and Manhattan paid more for concerts this year than last; Cincinnati, Pittsburgh,...

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