Music: For Rabinof

Rarely does a Manhattan audience get to its feet once it has arrived and settled itself, but the better element* in a Manhattan audience did so last week when an oldster came out on the stage of Carnegie Hall and with just a little difficulty made his way across and up on to the conductor's stand. He was 82-year-old Leopold Auer, teacher of such famed violinists as Jascha Heifetz, Mischa Elman, Efrem Zimbalist. For the second time† in the ten years he has been in the U. S., Professor Auer was appearing in public—not...

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