Music: Bandmistress

If Andrew Carnegie had been alive last week he would have felt richly rewarded for having given Manhattan a fine concert hall. Great music was played there by the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Boston Symphony, the New York Philharmonic. Another impressive concert commemorated the 100th birthday of the bearded little Scot who made such hearings possible. With music of a different calibre there was a newcomer at Carnegie Hall last week. She was Edith Lorand, trim, dark-haired Hungarian who fiddles and conducts an orchestra simultaneously.

For two hours and a half Miss Lorand exhibited such...

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