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"Acclaimed by the Orient"

It has been the custom for years for pianists about to embark upon the golden seas of the American concert tour, to forward their European press notices. Now comes one, Podolsky by name (as yet unrecorded in any of our contemporary biographical reference books), who offers critical opinions from Shanghai, Tokyo, Yokohama, Kobe, Nagasaki, Saratov, Samara, Irkutsk, Vladivostock, etc. So far as we can see the criticisms are written in the same spirit and intelligent aspect as might appear in The London Times, le Petit Journal, or The New York Post. We would not be surprised now if we were to receive an article upon the "Trancendentalism of Eric Satie," by the grand Llama of Thibet. Surely, "the world do move."

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