"If you see
Maryla Jonas advertised in your neck
of the woods, I suggest you get your tickets early."
Billy Rose in New York Herald Tribune,
December 15, 1948, and syndicated
column in papers from coast to coast.
Maryla Jonas is not only "a thrilling return to romantic pianism,"
as critics have written, but a thrilling return to the gigantic pianistic
personalities of yore, personalities who made news at every turn because they
were also amazing people as well as amazing artists.
To describe Maryla Jonas, writers and critics have had to go back to
Paderewski, de Pachmann, Rosenthal and Teresa Carreno. Nothing could be
better proof of the magical reality of Maryla Jonas. And nothing could be
more proof than the numerous angles from which she has been discussed
and the many writers who have paid her homage. To all the others, now
add Billy Rose, whose recent story on Miss Jonas in his widely syndicated
column is the most amazing tribute ever paid a "long-haired musician."*
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And in Her Fourth Carnegie Hall Recital in Three Seasons —
"Jonas Receives Ovations" (headline)
"Welcomed by an audience which she roused
to ovations after each of her many offerings.
They boasted qualities which Miss
Jonas possesses to an almost unique degree.
Among them, a velvetiness of tone,
laciness in passage work, spontaneous lyricism
and imagination for dynamic contrasts, which
may be said to be quite her own and
not easily matched among pianists
of the time."
— Noel Straus, New York Times, December 12, 1948
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