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Documentation of Roman Totenberg's Stradivarius violin. The instrument went missing after one of Roman's concerts but was rediscovered more than three decades later.
Courtesy of the Totenberg family
August 6, 2015 For decades, virtuoso violinist Roman Totenberg played his prized Stradivarius around the world. Then one day in 1980 it was snatched. Gone. But in June, the FBI called his daughter with news.
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Locked out musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra perform in a free event in a gym in Minneapolis.
October 4, 2012 With the slowing economy, professional orchestras and musicians are bargaining fiercely over wages and benefits. Two orchestras have locked out their musicians while others have agreed to play and negotiate.
This lad looks less than enthused about classical music. (Actually, it's a very young Nigel Kennedy, captured by a cameraman in 1964.)
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May 16, 2011 How do you get kids enthralled about the music you adore? Bugs Bunny? Leonard Bernstein? Lemony Snicket? We ask you and some celebrity guests to weigh in.
April 26, 2011 A decade of the Case-Shiller home price index, set to music. Also: We hear from Case and Shiller.
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