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Violinist Vanessa-Mae's album cover for 1999's The Original Four Seasons.
July 29, 2010 What do classical music's album covers say about how we expect women performers to look?
Violinist Lara St. John was once described as having "a controversial sense of fun."
July 29, 2010 The violinist, once described as having a "controversial sense of fun," reflects on her self-confidence and her much-discussed album covers.
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November 11, 1996 Noah talks to violinist Lara St. John about her new CD, "Bach Works for Violin Solo." The cover of the CD is a photograph of St. John in a seductive pose. Even though the music has been receiving a good deal of critical acclaim, she -- and her record company -- have been criticized for using a sexually provocative photo as a way to sell classical music.
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