Music: Boston

The musical bills for the week hold the name of Albert Spaulding. This violinist is a musician of steady growth. He seems constantly deepening in warmth and musicianship.

Spaulding belongs to the famous Spaulding Sporting Goods fortune. His father was a brother of the late Albert G. Spaulding, the old baseball player who founded the establishment. Albert Spaulding, the violinst, was born to money. Desiring to become a musician, the way to musicianship was gilded for him. He could study where and with whom he pleased. But the family wealth has hurt him in his...

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