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Music Review

Merchant partners with Pops, has never sounded quite so right

With her woody quaver, Natalie Merchant found her medium while performing with Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops at EdgeFest last night. With her woody quaver, Natalie Merchant found her medium while performing with Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops at EdgeFest last night. (PHOTO BY MICHAEL J. LUTCH)
By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / May 28, 2008

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From the moment Natalie Merchant uttered the sweet opening stanza of "Autumn Lullaby," a traditional British text set to Merchant's own melody and sure-handed orchestration, it was glowingly, elegantly, poetically clear that the Boston Pops EdgeFest has finally found a match. (Full article: 432 words)

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