Music: Salzburg on the Saugatuck

One of the world's most famed places of musical pilgrimage, Austria's Salzburg, last week appeared on the verge of losing its eminence. It had already lost its three leading artistic personalities, Italian Conductor Arturo Toscanini, who resigned (TIME, Feb. 28), Jewish Conductor Bruno Walter, who was last week safe in The Netherlands although his daughter was arrested in Vienna, and Jewish Stage Director Max Reinhardt whose two Salzburg presentations were canceled. The moment was therefore favorable for revived talk of a U. S. Salzburg.

A bid for that honor promptly came last...

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