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not have been lost and Germany today would have been a monarchy.
z eisent to mto
o rcFir,ieees Masons
seheFrreoerwNel s i aonnsilrt atireinecnet if:r1rnheen ri
longer strong. Free Masons led Norway's separation from Sweden.
M. Bourgeois is the leader and agent of a secret Zionist society in

I Called by Death


One cannot repress a smile when he reads the accusation made by
Count Reventlow, remembering as he must that this is exactly the same
Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1916,
at the Postoffice at Detroit, charge that certain Anti-Semitic agents have been laying at the doors
Mich., under the Act of March 3, 18 79.
of the Jews. Indeed it is stated upon good authority that the fictitious
documents known as "The Protocols" were originally nut Anti-Jewish
General Offices and Publication Building
at all but Anti-Masonic. Who then is it that is seeking world dominion?
206 High Street West
Who is it that is trying to capture the governments of the world? Is it
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the Jew or is it the Freemasons, or heaven forfend, are these two
embodiments of evil in league with one another? Surely under such
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this human world must soon go to smash.

Joseph J. Cummins, President.


To insure publication, all correspondence and news matter must reach this
office by Tuesday evening of each week.


Editorial Contributot

The Jewish Chronicle invites correspondence on subjects of interest to
the Jewish people, but disclaims responsibility for an indorsement of the views
expressed by the writers.

Tebet 22, 5681,

December 3 I , 1920.

Where mother of a race watched sunny rain
Before red flashes told of stormy night.
She looked afar, through misty ages vast,
And saw her progeny the scorn of men,
Fur scattered, trod ho earth to rise again,
And hold distinction, though the world should last
Till sun and planets fell in void of time
And light was scant as when the world was born.
She saw her sons surmount the stings of scorn
With sad eyes and with brow of care, sublime
Beheld universal motherhood's young
Cease their dire bickerings, site stood aiming
The children of the earth unstirred by strife;
Sass' creeds lose force in the long ages' span,
One God, one hope, and peace overspread the earth,
Regenerative man's new heart at bright,
The soul's broad scope, and brotherhood of man.
Id aspect her breast throbbing with new life;

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I saw in rift of cloud a beaming light

That spread soft radiance over Judea's plain,

Pessimism in the Pulpit

The distinguished editor of the Reform Advocate must have had a
bad case of indigestion when he penned his editorials for a recent issue
of his journal. Contrasting the bitter but half-baked tirade against the
ministry recently published by an undergraduate in one of our
theological colleges with a more hopeful word sent out to the members
of that organization by the President of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis, Dr. Hirsch in words of biting satire expresses his full
agreement with the younger writer. To be sure, this is not the first
time by any means that the distinguished rabbi of Chicago has heaped
abuse upon his colleagues in the ministry and expressed his conviction
that the profession of which he has been an honored member during
these many years, is without influence or the power of leadership.
Of course, every man must judge of his own influence more or less
subjectively. He must know whether or not he has been able to drive
home his message and to bring inspiration to the people who ought to
depend upon him for guidance and help. Perhaps Dr. Hirsch is doing
himself an injustice when thus frankly he admitS as he does by implica-
tion, that his life's labor has been in vain. For our part, though many
a time we might have wished that Dr. Hirsch's pulpit methods had been
different than they are, we yet believe that many a life has been
enriched by his teachings and many a man has been saved through him
to himself and to society. In better mood, we feel sure that Dr. Hirsch
would fully agree to this.
But be that as it may, the fulminations which Dr. Hirsch has di-
rected against the Central Conference of American Rabbis do not change
our convictions that the Jews of this country do look to the rabbis for
leadership and guidance. Were thte writer not convinced of this fact
long ago, he would have sought other fields of endeavor where his efforts
might have met with better response. Some rabbis, indeed some minis-
ters of all denominations, there may be who for some reason or another
fail to influence the people to whom they preach. They are the men to
whom the ministry is no more than a means of a bread and butter liveli-
hood. They follow where the minister should lead. But the fact that
there are a few such does not justify a wholesale indictment of the

For our part, the editor of the Reform Advocate notwithstanding,
we believe that the virile minister today is wielding an influence over the
people's lives as potent as that of any man who stands in a place of
leadership. This does not imply that the ministry has reached the height
of its power. But it will never do so until it believes in itself. The
distinguished Chicago rabbi surely remembers the report of the spies
who said: "We appeared as grasshoppers in our own eyes and so did
we appear in theirs." We are no greater and no better and no stronger
than we believe ourselves to be.

The New Year


may be pardoned for using this column for reference to an
organization in which logically we have a peculiar and personal interest.
But the latest work sponsored by the Men's Temple Club is of such
character as seems to justify us in calling special attention to it. In
bringing Dr. Englander of the Hebrew Union College to this city for
a series of lessons in Jewish history, the Men's Temple Club is not only
doing a very telling service to the cause of Judaism in Detroit, but it is
setting an example that is worthy of emulation by similar organizations
throughout the country.

There are so many societies Jewish in name that engage in prac-
tically no activities essentially and distinctively Jewish in character that
it is pleasing to find here and there some society that recognizes its
obligation to justify its Jewish title. These are serious times through
which we are living, and it behooves the Jew now more than ever to
know the splendid part that his people have played upon the stage of
history and in the forwarding of the processes of civilization. We who
have been called the People of the Book are unfortunately often
strangely unfamiliar with the contents of the great Book of Books for
which humanity is indebted to us.
A course of lectures such as is to be given by Prof. Englander
under the auspices of the Men's Temple Club will go far to awaken an
interest in the history, the literature, and the philosophy of Judaism
and by that token, it will give the Jew a new sense of pride and
in his historic heritage. Had the Men's Temple Club done nothing
more than to sponsor this course of lectures, it would have justified
its existence. But it is doing much more than this. It is a wide awake
and constantly functioning organization.



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have done nothing to create. Russia
and Russian influence, as expounded
and developed by the leading Bolshe-
vists is genuinely feared in this coun-
try as it is in yours. And to create an
atmosphere which shall arouse any-
thing like fear in the mind of Eng-
lishmen is an apprehension tempting
even to those who have not in fact
have had anything to do with it.
That is one of the reasons why you
find on the part of the immigrant and
unassimiliated Jew, a self-assertive-
ness which nowadays extends to man-
ners as well as to politics. The un-
nspiring, dingy youths who flock to
Hyde Park and the Albert Hall to
:hear Bolshevist and anarchist speak-
ers are the most fruitful seed of ant,
Semitism. They know not why they
do; but they do it because people take
notice of them, and because what were
phrases of the tnerest idle frothing
ten years ago, have now become
ominous facts "over there;' and con-
vey even on foolish and idle Bps
hint of possibilities which the Eng-
lishman does not wish to contemplate.


(Continued from Page One)

of orphaned children, hungry, nakeu
and homeless, their young lives
poisoned by terror and vagabondage.
"Such is the spectacle presented by
a large part of the Jewry of Eastern
Europe. Never since the middle ages
has the Pogrom Monster appeared in
such terrible guise. What torrents of
blood has he made to flow! How
many victims has he departed of lite.
What an immense abyss of misery
has he dug! On how vast a scale have
human law and divine truth been out-
raged and set at nought! And what,
perhaps, is still more terrible is the
continuation of the anguish, the haunt-
ing fears of every hour, the dread of
a final catastrophe which keeps all
minds on a poignant alert. Millions
of human beings are troubled and
paralyzed, abandoned to fatalism and
despair. This tragedy has not failed
to find a response in the hearts of the
Jews of all countries and we believe
in those of all good men through
Europe and America. But help on an
adequate scale is difficult to find.
"It is to the League of Nations that
the suffering populations now turn
their eyes in a last effort of hope—
to the League which personifies Right,
Liberty and moral authority as against
Might, Tyranny and Violence. We
ask of the League a testimony of
sympathy which will reassure our
sorely tried brethren, the stretching
out of a hand which will show them
that they are not abandoned and that
there may yet be a chance of lifting
their heads and returning to a life
of peace, of fertile work and, perhaps,
of happiness.
"We beg of Your Excellency to
communicate this appeal to the As-
sembly of the League of Nations. We
venture (*other to ask of the Assem-
bly that it will refer it to the Council
and suggest to that body the appoint-
ment of a Commission of Inquiry. To
that Commission the organizations we
have the honour to represent will be
prepared to submit all the evidence
they have in their possession together
with suggestions for remedial action.
"'We have the honour to be, of Your
Excellency, the most obedient, humble
"President of the Committee of
Jewish Delegation.
(Signed) N. Sokolow.
"Secretary and Special Delegate
of the Jewish Board of Deputies
and the Anglo-Jewish Ass'n.
(Signed) L. Wolff.
"President of the Jewish Terri-
torial Organization.
(Signed) L•Zangwill.
"To His Excellency, the President
of the First Assembly of the League
of Nations."

Despite problems and perplexities that loom big before him, the Jew
in America may face the New Year with confidence. We say this not
Mustn't Alter Institutions,
without full appreciation of the fact that many antagonistic forces stand
Here you have your problem. Here
arrayed against him. But we are convinced that Anti-Semitism will you have the down-trodden foreigner
never gain a real foothold in America. The intelligence and the sense saiin.ng over here and trying to alter
institutions—which is the one thing
of fair play on the part of the great majority of Americans will which Englishmen will not tolerate.
effectively prevent that.
John Bull looks around and secs these
Of course, there will always be bigots and fanatics here as else- young men and women, suddenly
where, who will attempt to poison the public mind against the Jew but transformed from the ninepins of a
pogrom to self-constituted working
they will succeed to no appreciable extent. On the contrary, their critics of the British Constitution, and
tirades will act as a boomerang. They will serve to awaken on the part he at once began to wonder "What
of the non-Jew a keener appreciation of the fine qualities that have these Jews arc about."
A single persistent and unwashed
distinguished the citizenship of the Jew in this country and they cvii
rapscallion in a Hyde l'ark crowd of
at the same time—as is now evident—stimulate the Jew to a keener hundreds on Sunday morning, can do
sense of duty to live true to his own best ideals.
more damage than all the wisdom of
Truth is, therefore, that the problem of Anti-Semitism in America lawyer and priest in the community
undo. And the level-headed Eng-
is practically negligible. Those who sponsor' it are little souls, hope-
lishman, who is not prone to rash
lessly ignorant and unable to sense the significance of the movemeni generalities, at least feels that he has
carried on in their names by unscrupulous agents who for their own the right to turn to us English Jews
purposes, play upon the credulity of those who pay the bills. Perhap and say:
"These are your people.
the Jewish press has overdignified them by its frequent notice of their
haven't you taught them better?"
ravings. The charges that they make are so ridiculous that thinkitn
The Jews who have been settled in
men only laugh at them. Surely the Jew himself, strong in the con this country long enough to justify
sciousness that he is doing his fair share of the world's work and tha' by their acts and life their claim to
he is contributing to the common welfare as touch as any element it the prowl title of lItistish citizenship,
our society, may well afford to ignore them. Consecrated to a higl cannot look on idly while the unas-
•imiliated . Jew of the East End goes
mission among men, let him go on faithfully and fearlessly doing wha mouthing half-understood mischief,
is rightly his to do in the service of God and of man.
and making himself an eyesore and a
The position of the Jew in the older countries is not so hopeftf plague to the ears of all honest folk.
and the New Year finds them once more the victims not only of perse f he attitude of indifference or con-
tempt which the West End has too
cation for conscience' sake, but as well the prey of the destroying force long preserved, where indeed the
of starvation and sickness. Never in all history has there been tort fault has not been mass inertia and
pitiful suffering among all classes of the population itt central and a feeble complacency is no longer
eastern Europe than is today the case. Yet those who know Iron :ale, to take the lowest point of view.
We Jews in the more comfortable
personal observation, tell us that among all the sufferers, the most t( parts of this great metropolis, must
be pitied is the Jew. He continues in Europe to be the pariah among go forth and insist to those whom we BLUE LAWS OPPOSED
the nations. He continues to be the target of the oppressor and the ran reach by any appeal of racial or
persecutor. Yet worst of all, lie continues to be in addition to these, the religious brotherhood, that England
does net wish to learn politics front
homeless wanderer with hand outstretched for bread to those who hem, but rather is waiting with watch-
NEW YORK—Rabbi Samuel Schul-
frequently have not enough to feed their own.
ful eyes and force ready to back her man. at Temple Beth El, Seventy-
Under such circumstances, the appeal that our brethren in Europe disapproval of those who disappoint sixth street and Fifth avenue, said in
are a(Hres,ing to us in this prosperous land of plenty, dare not go her, for the first and long overdue his sermon Sunday that the question
signs of true citizenship. We must of Sunday observance was one for
unanswered. We must come to their help. We must do what in 11F say to these young men and women: local solution and that it should be
lies t0
keep them alive. Their plea is insistent and pitiful. Beside their 1 ou are here on probation.
You decided by a commission representing
problem. how foolish and puerile it seems for any of us to talk about are here to learn how to behave, not all elements of the corm:nullity. The
watned its time, and problem, he said, was not for the
a Jewish problem in America. Our problem, if lye have one at all, is
set about your lesson quickly---or out national government, nor should the
one that is linked with theirs. \Slat shall we do to save our suffering
you go." That is our first missionary Slate legislature "to make it impossible
brethren in Europe? The New Year must find its ready to face this duty; plain words, plain threats. When. for people to have any other form
problem in no uncertain way. Never yet has the Jew failed when these hare sunk deep into a soil of recreation on Sunday than to go
suffering addressed its appeal to hint. Nor will he fail now. Great as is which accepts them, we• can proceed to church or to stay at home."
Rabbi Schulman asked that the
the task before him, we have confidence that he will meet it as Jews and to the secondary: duty of education.
question be regarded by all "not from
as - Americans are accustomed to meet even the severest of tests.
the point of view of their comfort or

Are the Freemasons Rivals of the Jews?

The question contained in the title of this editorial is suggested by
a cable sent to the Chicago Tribune by its foreign news service under

the headline "Berlin" and the (late "Dec. 20th." The sender of the
cable which is copyrighted by the Chicago Tribune is the well known
foreign correspondent—Mr. George Settles. It reads as follows:

Count Reventlow attacks President Wilson and Leon Bourgeois,
winners of the Nobel peace prizes, and the Free Masons in an article
printed here today, entitled, "The Nobel Prize and Free Masonry."
Reventlow, who is known as a fire-eater, a military critic, and •
friend of the Hohenzollern, alleges there is a conspiracy on the part of
the Free Masons to rule the world.

"President Wilson has never done anything for peace," Raventlow
writes. 'He could have shortened the war in 1916, but he had already
pledged himself to follow England's policies.
"Wilson's peace plans followed the Free Masons' international plan.
Germany has become • chaotic republic instead of the former strong
monarchy which was • stumbling block for the world's Free Masonry.
"In 1916 the American Free Mason magazine declared that Free
Masonry was pledged against kings and junketer'. Mr. Wilson was the
conscious instrument of the Free Masons.
Throughout the war and
peace conferences Mr. Wilson carried out the aims and spirit of the
Free Masons and the Jewish organizations.
"If Germany had not trusted Wilson like ■ child, the war


The Fresh Air Society will hold its
annual meeting and election of °Ri-
cers, Friday, Jan. 7, at the Jewish
Woman's Club House, 89 Rowena
street (new number).
The activities of the society of the
past year will lie reviewed and plans
outlined for next season. A speaker,
whose name has not yet been an-
nounced, will address the meeting.
Members and interested friends of the
society are invited.

;300,000 STOLEN

VIENNA—A number of postal of-
ficials in Budapest have been placed
under arrest in connection with thefts
from American mails, says a dispatch
from that city. It has been discov-
ered that 300,000 dollars have been
stolen from American letters.

their entertainment or their amuse-
ment or their recreation, but rather
from the bearing of a proper observ-
ance of a weekly day of rest upon
the welfare of those who work for
them while they are celebrating.
"For example," he said, "is not the
actor or actress entitled to a day of
rest in seven [Ike other people? If
theatres are to be open seven nights
in the week then those who minister
to the entertainment and amusement
of others are deprived of what we in
western civilization have been accus-
tomed to recognize as their right to
one day of rest. It must not be for-
gotten that those who play golf have
caddies work for them and, quite
fairly and dispassionately, they should
ask themselves whether it is for the
welfare of the caddy that he be kept
from church, from Sunday school, be-
cause he seems to be indispensable to
our recreation." Whatever law was
drawn on the subject, Rabbi Schul-
man said, could only be drawn as the
result of "a free exchange of opinion,
as an expression of common sense."

Charles M. Wallington.

Pioneer resident of Detroit who died
at his home, 33 Webb avenue, at the
age of 77.


Keeping Christmas'

Prom t he

March 27 Chosen by Combined He-
brew Schools for Performance in
National Tongue,

Detroit Jews, March 27 will be given
their first opportunity of seeing a
Hebrew performance presented on a
large scale, the feature of which will
be a four-act play, presented in the
modern Hebrew language.
The United Hebrew Schools of De-
troit have rented the Orchestra Hall
for that day for the presentation of
a historical Hebrew play by the com-
bined Hebrew schools of this city, the
purpose being further to spread the
Hebrew language in this city.
Bernard Isaacs, superintendent of
the combined schools here, who is in
charge of the arrangements for the
play, said that until now the progress
of the Hebrew schools here was in-
ward, the object now being to spread
outwardly, so that a greater number
of Detroit Jews may be enlisted for
the Hebrew movement.
An interesting feature of the Hebrew
performance will be the singing of
Hebrew songs by a choir of 150 boys
and girls from the local schools,
under the supervision of Cantor A.
Minkowsky, of the Shaarey Zedek.
Cantor Minkowsky is already making
preparations for the training of the


(Continued from Page


nati Aug. 25, 1860, Ile canoe of a fam-
ily which had long maintained high
ideals and at an' early age he felt the
inclination to be a religious teacher.
After complethig his studies at the
University of Cincinnati and the He-
brew Union he went to Texas, where
he served several small synagogues.
By a coincidence his first charge
was of Temple Emanti-E1 at Dallas,
Texas, where he ministered from 1884
to 1885 and thence he went to the
Congregation Benai Israel at Galves-
ton. From this post he was called
to the one which he now leaves. He
was the fourth rabbi of I:mann-El,
which was founded in a room at Clin-
ton and Grand streets on April 13,
1845. His predecessors were Dr. Leo
Merzbacher, Dr. Samuel Adler and
Dr. Gustav Gottheil.
Upon first coming to remianu-El, Dr.
Silverman served as junior rabbi to
Dr. Gottheil, who founded the Emanu-
El Sisterhood. Upon assuming full di-
rection of the temple, Dr. Silverman
established the Emanu-ffl Brother-
hood, an organization launched thir-
teen years ago. As first President of
the brotherhood he did much to stimu-
late interest in philanthropic work
among his co-religionists through the
United Hebrew Charities. He also
represented his faith in the Council of
Religions held in connection with the
Columbian Exposition at Chicago.
Although occupied with the many
interests of his important charge and
with the multifarious activities grow-
ing out of his philanthropic work, Dr.
Silverman has found time to be the"
author of many important books and
pamphlets dealing with the worship
and the traditions of his fellow re-
ligion'sts. Ile has gone particularly
deeply into research work and is the
autho of the article on Judaism in the
Er cy lopedia Americana.


Christians. Since then, Jews ea iinut

(and will not) observe Christina, e-

ligionsly, it is surely a mean idea of
the part they should play among their
non-Jewish surroundings for awn
thus to strive to get the best of Is ih
worlds—and succeed in getting
worst of each—which the sort 0,1
to whom I refer compass by 11,
present manner of celebrating the
rival. It would he better if they lei
the observance of the day altogether
to those who can celebrate it cons i-
entiously in a manner worthy of it
and worthy of the great faith of which
it is so notable an annual event.
The above had scarcely been writ-
ten when a friend of mine showed me
a document, the contents of which. I
confess, tended largely to upset the
conclusions that I have here set down.
It was a letter from an acquaintance,
a Jewess I!) who remarked: "flow
nicely—and happily—Christmas fall,
this year. Jews can go to synagogue
while our neighbors go to church; and
so we can all keep it together in the
same way." The only addition I would
venture to this story is an assurance
of its grim truth, and that it is in no
sense a creature of the imagination.

manner in which at this season
of the year certain Jews prepare
to celebrate Christmas is growing in
objectionableness year by year. I ven
tore to stress the word "manner," be
cause in the case of Jews who are so
devoid of Jewish consciousness, as urn
happily are so many of what are called
the left wing, but which I have ven
tared to call the leaving wing, of the
Community, I am not sure that logic
does not require of them that they
should observe the great feast which
occurs on the last Saturday of the
present month. After all, Jews can
present no more prominent mark of
segregation than, in a Christian corm
try like this, remaining the one small
portion of the population that does not
give itself up to the insistent calls of
Yuletide. Jews, therefore, who be-
lieve that assimilation is the be-all
and end-all of their existence, as Rabbi
Mattock a few (lays ago was honest
enough to say unequivocally was his
opinion, ought not to maintain the
deep and abiding mark of separation
which the non-observance of Christ-
mas must necessarily involve. And
seeing what the class of Jews, referred
to, do in the direction of assimilation Observe Tercentenary of Landing
From the Mayflower
all the year round, both positively and
negatively, I, for one, would not care
The tercentenary of the landing of
to waste tears, because they do not
the Pilgrim Fathers was observed by
draw the line at the observance of
about 200 prominent Jews at a meet-
Christmas, any more than any of us
ing of the Judaeans at the Hotel
waste tears nowadays, because, per
Pennsylvania in New York city. The
contra, they do not draw the line at
speakers were W. H. P. Faucet., pres-
the non-observance of Yom Kippur.
ident of Brown University, and Oscar
My objection, however, is, as I say,
S. Straus, past president of the Anicri.
to the manner in which Jews observe
can Jewish Historical Society, in eon.
Christmas. For their celebration of
junction with which body the meeting
it has no vestige of the fine religious
was held. Judge Samson Lachman
and spiritual sentiment, with which
for the true Christian the great day
Mr. France said that Ile read with
of the civil calendar is surrounded. It
horror a hook with the "heartless"
is quite possible that chronologically
title of "The Cause of the Worlds
what is supposed to be the birthday of
the Founder of the dominant faith is, Unrest," and declared that the fifteen
million persons of Pilgrim and Puri-
according to all accounts, seriously
out of gear. But that really matters tan ancestry as a whole, "reject as a
very little, as little as that in fact pure fabrication," statements in that
the exact day of Christmas was orig- book and in books like it.
inally the festival of the winter sol-
stice. The point is that for true Chris-
tians, there is a wealth of religious
feeling which gives meaning and rears
PARIS—Request is made of the
icy to the celebration. To divest it League of Nations to appoint a com-
of that is what those Jews help in ren- mission of inquiry to Investigate the
dering it who observe the anniversary condition of East European Jewry in
only for material purposes of social a memorandum sent to the League
recreation, by eating, drinking, danc- by Nahum Sokolow, chairman of the
ing—and, of course, card playing—and Jewish delegation's committee, Israel
would probably resent the mere sug- Zangwill, president of the Jewish Ter-
gestion that they should regard it in ritorialist Association, and Lucian
any religious light at all.
Wolf, secretary of the Joint Foreign
Unhappily, a large number of non- Committee of British Jewry. The
Jews ,similarly desecrate the day. But
League is also asked to take the nee•
the fact that Jews are so largely as- essary steps to alleviate the condition
sisting in stripping Christmas of all of the East European Jews.
its religious implications, and leaving
submitted to the
it in naked paganism, is hardly, I League by the secretary of the writs
imagine, a source of gratification to mittee of Jewish delegations dcricts
the majority of those among whom in detail the situation of the J re. in
we live, who are worthy to be called Ukraine.

For his sixth lecture at the Wo-
man's City Club, next Tuesday after-
noon, Hermann Hoexter will coven:
the field of Russian music, calling at-
tention to the different schnook
composers and their compositions, and
illustrating the same with selections
at the piano. Mr. Hoexter will have
the assistance of Miss Margaret Man-
nebach, pianist, and Victor Polant, of
the first violin section of the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra. Mr. l'olant
will play several selections at the close
of the lecture; compositions chosen
from the standard repertory of classi-
cal Russian music. This is the first
time that a member of the orchestra
will perform at these lectures, and
Mr. Pelota's appearance is expected
to provide a pleasant holiday treat.
He will play among other things
Cui's "Orientate," and Tschaikowsky's
"Andante Cantabile."


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