Music: Enter Sch

When the new Malkiri Conservatory in Boston wanted a big name to plume its faculty list this autumn, it sent an invitation to Arnold Schönberg who, being a Jew, was leaving his job at the Prussian Academy of Music in Berlin. Great was the interest aroused by Schönberg's acceptance. He has upset conservative concertgoers more than any other modern composer. Philadelphia and New York have not forgotten the harrowing chromatics in Die Glückliche Hand, which Leopold Stokowski gave three years ago. The much talked-of Wozzeck, which the Philadelphia Grand Opera Company put on,...

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