Music: Beamish

Lewis Carroll, who was, in real life, Professor Dodgson, an English don who taught mathematics, one day amused some children by tossing off Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass—thereby becoming immortal. And now Mr. Deems Taylor, who is in real life the redoubtable music critic of The New York World, has amused himself by translating "Lewis Carroll" into an orchestral suite. It contains the following numbers: The Garden of Live Flowers, Jabberwocky, Looking Glass Insects, The White Knight.

Last year it was performed by the New York Symphony Orchestra. Since...

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