Music: Arrival of Krauss

Last week, in Manhattan, the most discussed musical arrival was Clemens Krauss of Vienna and Frankfort, one of the Continent's outstanding maestros, on his way to be guest conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra. For luggage Conductor Krauss carried the latest novelty from Vienna, a specially constructed suitcase of aluminum and steel to hold music. Customs officers, prodding through his possessions, caused him annoyance by discovering some 250 dutiable cigars. Friends soothed him with the assurance that among Philadelphia's concertgoers is many a person able, alert and eager to send a distinguished new guest...

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