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Thursday, September 18, 2014, 7:02 a.m.

Titanic forces excel in Verdi’s Requiem

It’s not an opera, but there are few sacred pieces as operatic as Giuseppe Verdi’s titanic Requiem, which four soloists, a double chorus of well over 200, conductor Philip Mann and the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra performed superbly, operatically and most dramatically Saturday night at Little Rock’s Robinson Center Music Hall.

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  • Headline: Titanic forces excel in Verdi’s Requiem
  • Publication: Arkansas, Pages 15 on 03/02/2014
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