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Tuesday, February 26, 2008

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Comments [4]

Booyoung from Philadelphia

Truly, music has no borders.
Beautiful musics, great moments, thanks to New york Philharmonic!!!

Mar. 10 2008 11:44 PM
John Algeo from San Antonio

Beautiful music. It crosses all borders and binds all people. Thanks for providing a wonderful production. Let's hope there will be more exchanges like this.

Mar. 10 2008 03:45 PM
James Lee from Little Neck

This is truely not music. It is the tie that finally connects here and there. I was from China and not long ago I lived in a regime exactly like N. Korea now. The music moved me becuase it brought the peace to everyone.

Mar. 08 2008 01:14 AM
J.H. JOHN KANG from Seattle, Washington


Wow,

Thank you!

Great event, Great music and I became quite emotional listening to the entire piece.

I am a Korean American who's been living in this country for a long time. I've been waiting for a moment like this where we freely (not quite there yet) exchange cultural events with North Korea.

The rendition of the Korean folk song Arirang was not only beautiful,but grandiose. I truly enjoyed it! Thank you for covering this event.

At the end when Arirang was played out, I couldn't help but crying. John

Mar. 01 2008 03:00 PM

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