Music: A Critical Guest

Ernest Newman has for years been connected, in the capacity of music critic, with the London Sunday Times. He is one of the most thoroughly grounded and keenly sympathetic of living critics—certainly one of the most human and most readable. He has just arrived in this country and will serve for a year as visiting guest critic of the New York Evening Post.

Mr. Newman's opinions are varied and vigorous. Of Chopin he writes: ". . . one of the four or five great seminal forces in modern music"; of Debussy and Stravinsky...

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