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Links: From Helsinki to the Magic Flute

By Anne Midgette

In Tuesday's Washington Post:

From Finland, Bach: Helsinki Baroque Orchestra at the Library of Congress, by Charles T. Downey.

A Halloween program with monster chords: Pianist Andrey Ponochevny at the Phillips Collection, by Joan Reinthaler.

The right notes, minus the drama: Catholic University takes on "Magic Flute," by Joan Reinthaler.

Earlier in the Washington Post:

Some musical lessons in balance and sensitivity: François-Frédéric Guy and Marc Coppey offer Beethoven's cello sonatas, by Robert Battey.

By Anne Midgette  | November 2, 2010; 9:20 AM ET
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