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Yes, even in the straight-laced world of classical music, one can find all manner of hoodwinking and horseplay.
April 1, 2010 Yes, even within the hallowed halls of classical music, one can find all manner of hoodwinking, horseplay and even a raunchy song or two. Hear Renee Montagne and Miles Hoffman spin some of the more lewd and laughable musical jokes.
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