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Music: Music's Moneybags

At least 50 musicians of the 20th Century have earned a million dollars or more in the course of their careers. So reported Variety last week. Tops of them...

Music: Tribute

High up in a Manhattan hotel a tired, grizzly man lay sick. It was Ignace Jan Paderewski, 65 years old, exhausted after a season of 70 concerts before some...

Art: Critics

Many a man knows at least one statue he would like to down, but it usually takes a war or a revolution to give license to such effective criticism. Last week...

Music: Modern Immortal

"I envy you your going to Zakopane. You are going to meet one of the most extraordinary young men you ever met." Two fast-traveling carriages had drawn up side...

Foreign News: Paderewski Insults

"The Governor General presents his compliments. He desires, Mr. Paderewski, that at your concert tomorrow you will stand and remain standing on the platform...

Music: Again, Paderewski

Last week Pianist Ignace Jan Paderewski cabled Manager George Engles of Manhattan that he would definitely return to the U. S. next autumn, make his...

Foreign News Notes, Jul. 6, 1925

The Queen, to everyones' amazement, was distinctly seen at Wimbledon to extract a pair of heavy tortoise-shelled spectacles from a large case and don them. ...

Music: Thunderer

Thunderer "Please tell Mr. Copper," a grizzled old man sat at dinner aboard train, "that the meat was excellent, the salad marvelous, and the pastry better...

Music: First Lap

In the soot-blackened railroad yards near Boston's Back Bay was heard one afternoon last week the sound of great music. Yardsmen and scrubwomen stopped work,...

Music: Season's Business

On the basis of a nationwide survey Manager George Engles of National Broadcasting Co.'s Artists' Service last week announced that $10,000,000 had been spent...

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