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Stardust - Symphony Of The Air - Pop Concert In Carnegie Hall (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Aug 18,  · Boston Symphony Hall, Boston. Built for the Boston Symphony Orchestra in , Boston’s Symphony Hall was designated a US National Historic Landmark in Acoustically, it is considered the finest in the US, and among the top handful of concert halls in the world, one of the first to be designed according to the science of acoustics.
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  4. May 16,  · Our big day finally arrived: getting to perform a concert in Carnegie Hall! We woke up early for a quick rehearsal with the orchestra, and then had just enough time to grab lunch at the famous.
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  8. Dec 18,  · When the film ''Carnegie Hall'' was made in , the canopy was broken to install cameras and lights. The result was a dead area in the forefront of the parquet. There also was a pronounced echo.

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