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  • Sep 7-13, 2004
  • Vol. 24, No. 89


  • Unfinished Symphony
  • Unfinished Symphony

    Thirteen years ago|as conductor Klauspeter Seibel steps down, the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra became the nation's first musician-governed symphony. Now, the LPO tunes up for its biggest challenge
  • Louis and Women
  • Louis and Women

    Louis Armstrong's relationships with women not only changed his life and the lives of his several wives -- they made a mark on the world of jazz and on some of its pioneering musicians.
  • Passing the Baton
  • Passing the Baton

    Carlos Miguel Prieto, Marc Taddei and Jonathan McPhee are among this season's guest conductors who might eventually lead the LPO.
  • Fundraiser Focus

    The Pro Bono Project seeks to provide free lawyers for needy kids.
  • Hunger Pains

    Hungry kids are more anxious, more apt to suffer from chronic illness and more likely to have behavioral problems.






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  • Living with AIDS

    More people with HIV/AIDS are surviving into middle age. For some, the biggest adjustment is accepting that they're going to live.


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