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The rhythm of the rails

So Percussion immerses itself in mobile multimedia performance 'Music for Trains'

By Emma Brown
Globe Correspondent / August 3, 2008

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BRATTLEBORO, Vt. - There's no separating trains from the sounds they make. Engines chug up steep grades, cars clickety-clack on jointed tracks, and brakes screech when a conductor pulls into town, announcing the arrival with a cheery choo-choo, or - depending on the listener's mood - a mournful whistle. (Full article: 1346 words)

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