Music: 3'/2-Ft. Austrians

One of the best youngster programs in Manhattan last week was a puppet show set to music. Austria's famed Salzburg Marionette Theater gave three matinees in one day (starting at 10:30 a.m.) for successive audiences of delighted small fry. With a few changes in the bill, it proved that it could also fill Town Hall with grownups in the evening. As befitted a troupe from his old home town, the Salzburgers did much of their work to music by Mozart.

Grownups got Bastien and Bastienne, a one-act operetta composed when Mozart was twelve; a mime and dance based on Eine Kleine Nachtmusik;...

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