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Hint: Not at their hands.
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- 02/08 Remembering Nicolai Gedda, 91, Versatile Tenor Whose Career Spanned Fifty Years
- 02/02 An introduction to Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
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- 09/09 Antonio Pappano on Norma
- 08/29 Female Conductors: time to take the baton
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