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The sculpture at Kendall/MIT Station, known as the Kendall Band, enabled commuters on both sides of the track to create musical sounds.

This Matisse seeks a patron

With an eye on the future, artist, 74, wants caretaker for Red Line's musical sculpture

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / June 18, 2007

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CAMBRIDGE -- His grandfather, renowned French artist Henri Matisse, lives on through his works. But Paul Matisse, 74, realizes he will not be around forever to care for his own needy masterpiece. (Full article: 635 words)

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