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Or it's curtains for all that music.
 
Steve Smolian
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I hope they don't get the Metropolitan Opry scraps mixed up with the Grand Ole Opera.
Dick



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At 04:12 PM 1-28-2004 -0500, Art Shifrin wrote:
>Remember the RCA Victor Met centennial album that include a patch of the
>curtain????

I have a copy of the RCA boxed set with a piece of the curtain from the
Grand Ole Opry House. My piece is No. N-303.

John Ross
Northwest Folklife
Seattle