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Classical Music

One movement that still resonates

Book chronicles orchestra musicians' labor achievements

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / June 18, 2006

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Major Henry Lee Higginson founded the Boston Symphony Orchestra in 1881, just five years before the American Federation of Musicians opened its first chapter in Cincinnati. (Full article: 1032 words)

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