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At Longy School of Music in Cambridge, the congregation heard the music of glass harmonica player Vera Meyer. At Longy School of Music in Cambridge, the congregation heard the music of glass harmonica player Vera Meyer. (John Bohn / Globe Staff)
By Rich Barlow
April 19, 2008

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The congregation musters a robust turnout on a spring Sunday, its members packing the rented room at Longy School of Music in Cambridge. Some come outfitted in their Sunday best, while others sport a casual look. Lacking an organist, they enjoy lovely music by glass harmonica player Vera Meyer, her instrument a conical invention of Benjamin Franklin's that makes music ... (Full article: 717 words)

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