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formacce were col materially changed. The autfi-nce. which was considerably smaller than the other times, wss appreciative of wQrk of (he .r,,,,g and caned tne.m " -of Dalmores hss decidedly improved tbe clear-for tM of his German enunciation (sa l it was commendable before) and the delivery of tbe , 1 1 "Die Witkuere" Repeated. For the third time Wagntr's "Walkuere" (i given at the Auditorium Monday night. The impressions r"Cord drafter the first per- longr lyrlc p.rts (the "Spring song" f ths first and also par's of the second act) was beautiful. When the role gives bim s chan e to act he Voe it well. Clarence WhUehill. who wts spokew of by Hans Richter as the greatest Wotan of tbe present, did tuch splendid tinging that one can well believe that statement; be was good in the second act, but in the third be rose to even greater heights. Tbe Branhilde nf Mme. Saltsmaaa-Stevens was again a realisation of this the most beautiful imaglnatJo-i of vVsgwer In -the Ring. 'It was a Joy. The bett pait of her voice is Its great capability1 of modulation from the Jubilant shout to the plaintive plea for mercy. - woorn-annaa re pea tea per praise- wor'nr performance oi me orai time -tun ir. scon again was tne spienaia nnnmns. Mme. Gerville-Reache. who took the part of Fricka, Is not big enough to make this. th weakest part of tbe opera, effective. Her enunciation is poor. Tbe orchestra, under direction of Alfred Szendrei. deserved again tbe encomiums bestowed after the first performance of the work by the press of Chicago: remarkable this time slso was th swing of tbe "Ride of the Valkyries." ADOLF BRCNE.