Sarah Crutcher Dial 
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Re: “Concert Review and Slideshow: Trans-Siberian Orchestra at Quicken Loans Arena

Some very re-memorable elements Jeff Niesel pans were in the narration. I sadly did not record the words which were deep, and poignant, the language was rich with period references reminiscent of scholarly works. "The man blessed to see, although he was not blind" was one grain of sand on a sandy beach embracing a shoreline of emotion and thought.
The concert was billed as a new rendition from a previous presentation, an effective and crisp performance non-the-less with light and para-technique effects that matched the spirited enthusiasm of the performers.
In keeping with their tradition, TSO presented a donation to a local charity which put their hearts in line with their stage theme or as Mr. Niesel states "The problem was that the band chose..."

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Posted by Sarah Crutcher Dial on 12/27/2012 at 11:06 AM

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