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BSO program rekindles a debate for the ages

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / February 12, 2006

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Not everyone will come. That much is clear as the Boston Symphony Orchestra plunges into a concert program this week that is dominated by the work of the late composer Arnold Schoenberg. Hundreds of subscribers have already turned in their tickets, opting for concerts with more traditional repertoire. Others are thrilled, eager to celebrate the work of a composer so ... (Full article: 1451 words)

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