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Going behind the scenes with Boston Baroque

Recording session shows off group's intimacy, reach

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / February 29, 2004

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WORCESTER -- The classical recording business may be in terrible shape, but Martin Pearlman and Boston Baroque continue to make CDs for Telarc, and the recordings continue to do well in the marketplace. Telarc doesn't release sales figures, but it is safe to say that Boston Baroque's releases -- more than a dozen single discs or multiple-CD albums -- have ... (Full Article: 1005 Words)

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