Music: Woman's Symphony

Woman's Symphony One hundred assorted women got behind musical instruments in Manhattan last week and let themselves go. In her usual ministerial frock,* Conductor Ethel Leginska stood before them, driving, cajoling, exerting all her high-pitched energy toward making them realize, as she obviously did. that the d├ębut of a national Woman's Symphony Orchestra is a highly important occasion.

If the public will support it, or if a backer can be found, the Woman's National Symphony Orchestra plans to be a permanent, touring organization. Conductor Leginska...

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