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Thursday, July 16, 2020
Toronto Symphony Orchestra performs a suite from
Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring

I don’t have a great ear for music and it’s not interesting enough to me watch an orchestra onstage. But, this way of presenting an orchestra, while perhaps a compromise for music buffs who get better sound in a concert hall than from speakers, was a delight for me. First, it’s visually interesting the way they fit the orchestra into the technology, and also I could really appreciate the input of different instruments and how everything goes together to make a harmonious sound. If you are on a computer, be sure to make it full screen for the full experience. 
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