Music: Intermezzo

Vienna, the Gay—Vienna, rival of Paris, was last week preparing joyfully to revive its famed Redouten Bal, its opera ball, after four years of "interruption." Its committee was resolved it should miss no facets of the sparkle of days before the War. The entire building of the Opera House was last week in readiness for dancers, whom five famed orchestras, no less, were to serve. With faith in her charms, Vienna invited the wealth and beauty of Europe to attend.

As distinguished prelude to this gayety, there occurred the Vienna première of Intermezzo,...

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