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Classical Notes

Rehearsals should be open to a few changes

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / November 19, 2004

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Every so often the Boston Symphony Orchestra's open rehearsals stir up a bit of controversy, and always for the same reason. Some people get riled up when a conductor actually stops and starts to polish details and get things right -- although the events are always described as working rehearsals or ''concerts in the making" in the BSO's promotional materials. (Full article: 854 words)

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