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Histrionics! 5 "Intense" Maestros

The "maestro" must welds his or her baton with a melodramatic flair — to raise the violin section to soaring heights, or quell the horns for a mournful pause. But it's not only gesture that leads the orchestra into battle, alas, it's also those naked facial expressions.

In the first edition of Histrionics!, we look beyond the black tails at these…

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Added by The New Classical 96.3FM on January 20, 2011 at 4:26pm — No Comments

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