Music: Gay Maggie

The No. 1 hit of Manhattan's concert season, far & away, has been Soprano Maggie Teyte. Last week she showed why. It was her last U.S. recital of the season, in Town Hall. One of the highest notes of the. program was an A flat in Henri Duparc's Phidylé. Redheaded, little (5-ft.) Maggie Teyte opened her mouth wide to sing it fortissimo but not even the faintest pianissimo came out. At the end of the piece, the audience bravoed noisily. Maggie Teyte seemed to feel that some of the applause was more kindly than genuine. She turned to her accompanist, snapped...

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