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June 30, 1985 | DANIEL CARIAGA
By all accounts, the visit to Hollywood Bowl two summers ago by forces from the Oregon Bach Festival was a success. More than 90 singers and instrumentalists from Helmuth Rilling's annual Northwest Bach feast descended upon Cahuenga Pass for a performance of the Mass in B minor; at its conclusion, a crowd of just under 8,000 listeners cheered the visitors--and Bach.
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July 16, 1989 | MARTIN BERNHEIMER
Eugene is an interesting place, a paradoxical place. It is, depending on one's perspective, a very big town or a rather little city. The area proudly produces, among other important commodities, lumber, wine, fish, rain and runners. It harbors an excellent university, the greenest greenery in the great outdoors and a population of 107,485 dominated by ruggedly enthusiastic individualists. At the annual County Fair, Eugene becomes a delirious mecca for the flower children of yore.
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July 16, 1989 | MARTIN BERNHEIMER
Eugene is an interesting place, a paradoxical place. It is, depending on one's perspective, a very big town or a rather little city. The area proudly produces, among other important commodities, lumber, wine, fish, rain and runners. It harbors an excellent university, the greenest greenery in the great outdoors and a population of 107,485 dominated by ruggedly enthusiastic individualists. At the annual County Fair, Eugene becomes a delirious mecca for the flower children of yore.
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June 30, 1985 | DANIEL CARIAGA
By all accounts, the visit to Hollywood Bowl two summers ago by forces from the Oregon Bach Festival was a success. More than 90 singers and instrumentalists from Helmuth Rilling's annual Northwest Bach feast descended upon Cahuenga Pass for a performance of the Mass in B minor; at its conclusion, a crowd of just under 8,000 listeners cheered the visitors--and Bach.
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July 7, 1989 | MARTIN BERNHEIMER, Times Music Critic
The Oregon Bach Festival, now celebrating its 20th enterprising season, doesn't always concentrate on good old Johann Sebastian. This summer, the second city of the Beaver State is playing host to some decidedly diverse diversions.
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