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MUSIC REVIEW; A satisfying Romantic menu at the Bowl
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Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Subjects: Classical music; Musical performances -- Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra
Author: Woodard, Josef
Date: Jul 28, 2007
Start Page: E.6
Section: Calendar; Part E; Calendar Desk
Abstract (Document Summary)

Routinely each summer, the Hollywood Bowl schedule becomes a grand musical roulette game, landing on different genres weekly. On Thursday night, the stage belonged to the Bowl's host, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, specifically to 19th century repertoire. In the great outdoors on a clement evening, all seemed well on Cahuenga Pass and in the world, thanks to a solidly delivered Romantic menu of Bruch's Violin Concerto, featuring virtuoso Sarah Chang, a Brahms appetizer and Schumann's Third Symphony ("Rhenish").

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