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September 29, 2008 Along with his acting career, Paul Newman made a name for himself as a philanthropist and humanitarian, traits that made him an appropriate choice to narrate Aaron Copland's Lincoln Portrait, in a performance at Carnegie Hall with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
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