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Do We Need To Put Away Our James Levine Recordings?, Asks Anthony Tommasini

"I feel heartache for the men, who say they were taken advantage of by someone they looked up to, someone in a position of intimidating authority. But how do Mr. Levine's countless fans, and I as a critic, reconcile his legacy with what he's been accused of? Is his work tainted beyond our ability to […]
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