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RHYTHM

" Well? " said Sam.
" Well," said Harry, " Conrad Green wired me yesterday to come and see him, so I was up there today. He's so dumb that he thinks I'm better than FrimL And he's got a book by Jack Prendergast that he wanted Kane and I to work on. So I told him I wouldn't work with Kane and he said to get who I wanted. So that's why I gave you a ring."
" It sounds good to me," said Sam. " How is the book? "
" I only skimmed it through, but I guess it's all right. It's based on ` Cinderella,' so what with that idear combined with your lyrics and my tunes, it looks like we ought to give the public a novelty at least."
" Have you got any new tunes? "
" New? " Hart laughed. " I'm dirty with them." He sat down at the piano. "Got this rhythm number. If it ain't a smash, I'm Gatti-Casazza ! "
He played it, beautifully, first in F sharp-a catchy refrain that seemed to be waltz time in the right hand and two-four in the left.
" It's pretty down here, too," he said, and played it again, just as surely, in B natural, a key whose mere mention is henbane to the average pianist.
" A wow! " enthused Sam Rose. "What is it? "
" Don't you know? "
" The Volga boat song."
" No," said Hart. " It's part of Aida's number when she finds out the fella is going to war. And nobody that comes to our shows will spot itt except maybe Deems Taylor and Alma Gluck."
" It's so pretty," said Sam, " that it's a wonder it never goes popular." -
" The answer is that Verdi didn't know rhythm! " said Hart.
Or go back and observe our hero at the Bucks' house on Long Island. Several of the boys and girls were there and thrilled to hear that Harry Hart was coming. He hardly had time to taste his first cocktail before they were after him to play something.
" Something of your own! " pleaded the enraptured Helen Morse.
" If you mean something I made up," he replied with engaging frankness, " why, that's impossible ; not exactly impossible, but it would be the homeliest tune you ever listened to. However, my name is signed to some mighty pretty things and I'll play you one or two of those."
Thus, without the conventional show of reluctance, Harry

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