Music: Chicago Notes

Alfredo Catalani's Loreley was revived last week by the Civic Opera.

Critics, praising the production, gave special mention to Soprano Claudia Muzio.

Rimsky-Korsakov's Snow-Maiden, given in English, was not wholly successful. Critics blamed a faulty translation.

Back from Europe came Mary Garden. For ship's reporters in Manhattan she described her own costume: "A blood-red dress with ruffles, and don't forget the ruffles—a hat to match, the usual sable coat and approximately seven bracelets." She turned the talk to Lindbergh:

"You must know I admired him when I would sing for him 'The Star-Spangled Banner.' Ye gods, 'The Star-Spangled Banner' of all songs! Well, of...

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