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Link: Eschenbach, Mahler, and the NSO

in Friday's Washington Post: The sound of excitement: Eschenbach does Mahler, by Anne Midgette.

Edited to add: Those who heard me stumbling over names at intermission will be amused to see that the short overnight deadline finally caught up with me last night. The symphony performed was the Mahler 5th.

Also in Friday's Washington Post: The Arcanto Quartet, sharp as nails in its American debut, by Stephen Brookes.

By Anne Midgette  | October 15, 2010; 9:46 AM ET
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