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Conductor James Levine returns from 2-year absence

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NEW YORK (AP) -- Conductor James Levine has returned from an absence of more than two years to lead the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra in a concert at Carnegie Hall. The 69-year-old Levine was left partially paralyzed by a fall in August 2011 and is regaining use of his legs. He conducted from a motorized wheelchair lifted about 3 feet in the air by a mechanical podium constructed for his use by...

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