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Lloyd Schwartz: The Interview.

Fresh Air's classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz. It's part of our continuing series of conversations with Fresh Air's contributors. Schwartz is the classical music editor of the Boston Phoenix and writes for The Atlantic magazine and Vanity Fair. Schwartz was the winner of the 1987 ASCAP Deems Taylor for music criticism.


Other segments from the episode on February 16, 1988

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, February 16, 1988: Interview with Arlene Violet; Commentary on Mardi Gras music; Interview with Lloyd Schwartz; Review of Chinua Achebe's novel "Anthills of the Savannah."


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