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How American Orchestras Got To The State They're In
"It seems a very ill sign for the future that bad music is so willingly foisted on serious junior musicians who have already made a commitment to the art form. American cultural leaders have always been terrified of their duty to lead taste and to maintain standards. But it is best never to show fear in the presence of children." The New Republic 08/26/13
Posted August 27, 2013 07:58 AM

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