Music: Music Notes, Nov. 19, 1928

For the first time last week a U. S. opera was presented in a German theatre. The theatre was the Dresden Staatsoper where Fritz Busch is conductor; the opera: Snowbird by Composer Theodore Stearns.

In Philadelphia last week Conductor Leopold Anton Stanislaw Stokowski continued to discipline his audience (TIME, Nov. 12). At an afternoon concert he gave stragglers just one minute, 58 seconds to find their seats, then had the doors closed. Hereafter Philadelphia Orchestra concerts will begin promptly and nothing will interrupt.

In Paris the new Orchestre Symphonique gave Arthur Honegger's Rugby a...

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