Music: Ravel

Boston had the honor last week of being first to entertain Maurice Ravel, French composer, come for his first U. S. visit. She received him royally, gave him her best when she put her Symphony at his disposal, turned out then in great numbers to hear him conduct his own works in a manner almost as gratifying as their own Koussevitzky's. Manhattan heard him next and as pianist under the auspices of her pro-musica society. She rose to her feet when he came on the stageā€”a slight,...

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