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October 15, 2007

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Bob Thomas

For the record; the organist was William Beck. And for what it's worth, (a) no instrument plays itself and (b) I can't list all 70 or so musicians in the orchestra, nor the 110 in the Chorale.

G. Brooks Arnold

Perhaps credit could be given to the person who so judiciously played Disney Hall's "massive pipe organ",
adding so much splendor to the performance.

Organs do not play themselves.

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