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Classical Notes

BSO steers clear of negotiations over commercial releases

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / August 11, 2006

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The Boston Symphony Orchestra has been recording all of its concerts with music director James Levine in state-of-the-art sound . But the BSO decided not to participate in recent negotiations between many other American orchestras and the musicians' union that will allow those orchestras to release their live performances commercially. (Full article: 1111 words)

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