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Zorn sounds off; Damon shares a hairy publicity tale

By Carol Beggy & Mark Shanahan
January 31, 2005

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CHORD AND DISCORD It's likely the last time so many four-letter words were uttered in the hushed Tapestry Room at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum was when the Vermeer was pilfered. On Saturday night, it was irascible composer John Zorn talking a blue streak during a lively preconcert chat with George Steel, whose popular Composer Portraits series is on loan ... (Full article: 697 words)

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