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And The Strike’s Over, Folks: Philadelphia Musicians Agree To A New Contract

The cellist who is chair of the negotiating committee said “the final deal was an improvement over management’s original offer, and the players were eager to return to work. ‘We wanted to avoid harming the institution.'”
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