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MUSIC REVIEW

From the Chamber Players, an influential program

By Matthew Guerrieri
Globe Correspondent / March 16, 2010

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More than most endeavors, making classical music requires a reckoning with the past. Composers, for instance: Some defiantly disdain tradition, some fetishize it. On Sunday, the Boston Symphony Chamber Players programmed works taking a fascinatingly democratic middle ground: the past as an influence, but on equal terms with any other. (Full article: 378 words)

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