Ediotors Daily Crimson:
DEAR SIRS.- Although fault is seldom found nowadays with the programme of a symphony concert on account of its brevity, the prevailing tendency of the programs being rather the other way, I think many of the music lovers present at the beautiful concert on Thursday evening in Sanders theatre will regret that the cello selection played by Mr. Hekking under the simple title "Melodie," by Mathuet, was not more fully described, when they hear that the real title of the piece is "Electra's Invocation." It is part of the melo-drama music written by Mathuet to accompany Leconte de Lisle's powerful condensation and adaptation of aeschylus' Oresteia, "Les Erinnyes." It is played while Electra is reciting her Invocation to the gods, standing by her murdered father's tomb. Yours truly, A. C.