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The Academy of Ancient Music in Studio 4A

The Academy of Ancient Music in Studio 4A

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The Academy of Ancient Music in Studio 4A

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The 20-member orchestra from London has been a leader in period instrument performance since their founding in 1973. Giuliano Carmignola leads a performance of Mozart's Symphony No. 29. And Fred Child speaks with first violinist Pauline Nobes about the orchestra's instruments... which pre-date Mozart's symphony.

Conductor Giuliano Carmignola, with baton, and members of the Academy of Ancient Music perform in Studio 4A. Gail Wein, NPR hide caption

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Conductor Giuliano Carmignola, with baton, and members of the Academy of Ancient Music perform in Studio 4A.

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