Wielding Weill well and brandishing B...

Wielding Weill well and brandishing Bernstein

There are 1 comment on the The Minneapolis-St. Paul Pioneer Press story from May 3, 2007, titled Wielding Weill well and brandishing Bernstein. In it, The Minneapolis-St. Paul Pioneer Press reports that:

“Commedia for (almost) Eighteenth-Century Orchestra.”

You could call them "the eclectics," and this week's performances by the Minnesota Orchestra are devoted to them. via The Minneapolis-St. Paul Pioneer Press

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Small Voice By The Still

Eden Prairie, MN

#1 May 21, 2007
Ah shucks! I missed that story and your archive doesn't even have it! Fergoshsakes!

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