Music: Prodigious Sister

When young Yehudi Menuhin went out into the world to give the violin recitals which made his name great and his family independent, his mother vowed that there would be no more prodigies in the family, that her daughters Hephzibah and Yaltah would remain at home with her. Last year Hephzibah, who at 15 is an expert pianist, made phonograph records with Yehudi of Mozart's A Major Sonata (No. 42) which took the prize for being the best made in France in 1933. Hephzibah's playing for the records was so skillfully mature that people...

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