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Misguided Choices Sink Symphony Concert PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 12 February 2002 18:00
At the February 2 Quad City Symphony Orchestra concert, the crowd was noticeably perplexed by the divergent Barber Violin Concerto and seemingly in pain sitting through Mahler’s lengthy but cheery Fourth Symphony.

 
Indie Label Fêtes Lynne PDF Print E-mail
Music News
Written by John James   
Tuesday, 05 February 2002 18:00
• This Tuesday the always-tasty Not Lame Recordings imprint releases its long awaited Jeff Lynne tribute project. As the label is home to the finest association of power-pop melody junkies and tender indie balladeers, it’s only fitting that this label produced a double-disc salute to the musical visionary.

 
Young Rolls Again in March PDF Print E-mail
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Written by John James   
Tuesday, 29 January 2002 18:00
• Neil Young’s new album, Are You Passionate?, is set for release on March 26. The highly anticipated record will feature the single “Let’s Roll,” written in response to the chilling last words of the September 11 airline passengers who charged the cockpit.

 
NYC Benefit Debuts on DVD with New Features PDF Print E-mail
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Written by John James   
Tuesday, 22 January 2002 18:00
• This Tuesday brings the two-DVD version of The Concert for New York City, recorded October 20 with more than five hours of footage capturing all the night’s performances and special presenters not found in the recently issued CD version.

 
Local Favorites Play Unique Program in Chamber Music Quad Cities Concert PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 22 January 2002 18:00
It’s doubtless Beethoven was a genius of rare proportion and that his music stands as a monument in the canon of classical music, yet his placement on the musical timeline put an unusual burden on his output. On one hand, he was a classicist, falling at the end of the classical period and tutored by one of its masters, Franz Joseph Haydn.

 
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