Music: Specialist

When Eva Gauthier announces a song-recital she does not need to label her songs with the conventional "first time anywhere" in order to attract the musically alert. Fifteen years ago Eva Gauthier established a reputation as a sensitive purveyor of interesting, untried songs. At her debut in 1917 she sang the first Stravinsky songs ever sung in the U. S. In 1924 when skirts were at knee-length, she caused more talk by appearing in a subdued, trailing gown and singing the songs of an upstart named George Gershwin. More pigeon-plump now than when...

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