Music: Music Notes, Dec. 24, 1928

From Paris came roundabout word that Boston Symphony trustees have extended Conductor Serge Koussevitzky's contract indefinitely. The salary, it is said, "exceeds all expectations." Presumably it elevates Conductor Koussevitzky to a financial status comparable with that of Arturo Toscanini (New York Philharmonic Symphony) and Leopold Anton Stanislaw Stokowski (Philadelphia Orchestra).

Ganna Walska had doings in three big cities last week. In Manhattan she opened a perfume shop to be sister of one opened by her a year ago on the Rue de la Paix in Paris. In Washington she gave a concert, was entertained by President and Mrs. Coolidge, Polish Minister and...

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