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September 22, 2010


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I missed it. Hopefully there will be more. After seeing Louis at the Max M. Fisher Music Center, I'm interested in seeing more silent film with live accompaniment.

Dominique King

Randy-The Alloy Orchestra seems to get around to the DFT one weekend each year--and it's been in September at least the past couple of years.
I really wanted to see Louis at the Max, but we weren't able to make it there. We did see the symphony play along with "The Wizard of Oz", though. A little different than seeing the silents with music accompaniment, but still a lot of fun!

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