Music Notes

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Yehudi Menuhim goes on the air for the first time this season with the General Motors Symphony Orchestra over an NBC network Sunday night. He will play the Adagio and Allegro Energico of the Bruch Concerto in G Minor and the Caprice Basque and Habanera of Sarasate.

Ruth Posselt, twenty-one-year-old American violinist, who played with leading orchestras in Europe, arrives from Europe this month for her first American concert tour.

The Philharmonic Symphony program Sunday afternoon will be divided between Mozart and Beethoven. The Magic Flute and the Symphony in G Minor from the former composer and the Eroica Symphony from the latter will be given. Bruno Walter will wield the baton.

The Maganini Chamber Symphony, under the direction of Quinto Maganini, will present the first of two concerts at Town Hall Sunday evening.

Joseph Brinkman, pianist, will make his New York recital debut at Town Hall Tuesday afternoon. He has appeared several times as solo artist with the Chicago Symphony.

Eunice Norton, pianist, was to appear in a recital at Town Hall Saturday evening. Bach. Chopin, Schumann and Liszt were among the composers whose works she was to play.

Fanny Berlin Kaufman graduated from the University of Bern as doctor of law summa cum laude in the 1870′s.

Adolph Proskauer was a major in the Confederate Army and served one term in the Alabama legislature.

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