Music: Maynor's Year

Manhattan's Town Hall, No. 2 fane of music for the U. S. faithful*, was well packed one night last week. It had been sold out for four days—good news in a season that had not begun too well for concert managers. Cause of the turnout was a brown, dignified, warm-smiling woman, in a billowy, pumpkin-colored gown which failed to add much to her melony 4 ft. 10 in. Negro Soprano Dorothy Maynor, just past her 30th birthday, had begun her second concert season.

Year ago, hailed by Boston's patrician Conductor Serge Koussevitzky, she made her Town Hall debut, unleashed a voice...

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