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5 Bizarre Dark Sides to Modern Orchestras

By Lillian Marx Published: September 05th, 2011 Most people think of the orchestra as a hoity-toity elevator music club invented for your granny's listening pleasure. And while it's true that most members of their audiences are probably knocking on death's door, playing in one must still be an ho
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