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Music Review

Schoenberg program is a winner

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / February 18, 2006

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Schoenberg does not sell the way Beethoven does, and there was not a full house for the opening night of James Levine's all-Schoenberg program with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. But if some subscribers bailed, students and other people who were eager to hear this program took up some of the slack and made ... (Full article: 425 words)

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