Music: On Tour

Geraldine Farrar has a new way of doing Carmen. She has eliminated most of the scenery and the choruses. The interest is centred entirely on the two principal characters, all superfluities being carefully eliminated. Her version was first used when she began her tour, Sept. 26, at Portsmouth, N. H., and was pronounced a success.

Prior to Oct. 15, she had visited: Pittsfield, Mass.; Schenectady, Syracuse, Batavia and Rochester, N. Y.; Toronto and Hamilton, Can.; Detroit, Jackson and Lansing, Mich., for one-night performances. Future bookings include: Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Los Angeles,...

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