Music: Damrosch Back

Back from Europe last week, on the S. S. France came Walter Damrosch, genial, sexagenarian conductor of the New York Symphony, and forthwith there was issued an announcement of several of the Symphony Society's novelties for next season.

There will be a symphony by George Antheil, young U. S. composer born in Trenton, N. J., now living in Paris; a work descriptive of Spanish scenes by Halfers, famed composer of Madrid; Honegger's Three Preludes for D'Annunzio's Fedra; Aaron Copeland's Music for the Theatre given this season in Manhattan by a small orchestra under Serge...

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