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MUSIC REVIEW

For Modern Orchestra, strings tie it all together

(Liz Linder/file 2008)
By Matthew Guerrieri
Globe Correspondent / March 9, 2010

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It was probably the touchy economy, in part, that inspired Gil Rose and the Boston Modern Orchestra Project to build concerts this season around subsections of the orchestra rather than the full group; on Saturday, it was works for strings. And the orchestra’s most homogeneous group, its lyricism and opulence self-reinforcing, made for pretty classy thrift. (Full article: 410 words)

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