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Music Review

Davis reunites with BSO for memorable 'Time'

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / October 29, 2005

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Colin Davis, not yet knighted, first guest conducted the Boston Symphony Orchestra in 1967 and served the institution as principal guest conductor for 12 remarkable seasons (1972-1984). He conducted many of his favorite composers and works here, and pursued introducing the music of his friend Michael Tippett with missionary zeal, leading performances of seven ... (Full article: 504 words)

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