Music: From Cremona

Among musicians it is generally agreed that string chamber music is the highest, purest medium of expression. The wealthy patrons of art have taken heed: Felix M. Warburg, Clarence H. Mackay, James P. Warburg, Mrs. Robert Bliss, Mrs. Otto H. Kahn, Mrs. Alma Gluck Zimbalist. So, in Manhattan's Aeolian Hall, last week, a new quartet was heard, enthusiastically applauded for a lovely rendition of the Mozart C Major, Schubert D Minor—the Musical Art Quartet. Three of the artists are pupils of Franz Kneisel:—Sascha Jacobsen, Bernard Ocko, Louis Kaufman; one, Marie Roemaet-Rosanov, cellist, pupil of...

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