Full text: The little review (9 (1923), 4)

so repulsive with their unrestrained, repetitious ecstacies and 
prejudiced mechancetes that one shivers at the thought of mak 
ing the slightest comment on a performer’s work; however I 
hope I have conveyed that the program was highly pleasing and 
that I am trying to endorse Gautier. 
POETS AND MUSIC. On December ninth, in Paris, George 
Antheil gave a first audition of his “Two Sonatas for Violin and 
Piano.” He was assisted by the American violinist, Olga Rudge. 
One number on the program was called “Sujet pour Violin,” by 
Ezra Pound. For years Ezra Pound has made a study of an 
cient musics. He has now written an opera to the text of Vil 
lon’s “Testament.” He has engaged the interest of George An 
theil in his opera and together they have transcribed and scored 
it for production. 
EXHIBITIONS. The Societe Anonyme will hold an exhibi 
tion of the works of Archipenko, at the Kingore Galleries, from 
January 20th through February 9th. Archipenko is in New 
York at work on important commissions. The Whitney Studio 
Club will expose the work of Maurice Becker and Ernest Fiene, 
from January 5th through the 20th . . . the Whitney Studio 
Galleries will open the first of its six exhibitions, sometime early 
in January, exposing the paintings of Charles DeMuth, Walt 
Kuhn, H. E. Schnakenberg, Charles Sheeler, Eugene Speicer, 
Allen Tucker, Nan Watson. The New Gallery opens a show 
on January 8th, which will stay until the end of the month, mod 
ern European, French, German and Russian. The Little Re 
view will expose a group of Rayographs, from January 10th 
through February 1st ... in conjunction with these chemical 
paintings by Man Ray, we are exposing temperature regulators, 
chemical apparatuses, self-aligning ball-bearings and other 
“ready-made” art objects. 
CONTRIBUTORS. It may interest some of our more human 
readers to know that Jacques Baron is the youngest poet in

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