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World-Renowned Conductor Seiji Ozawa Dies at 88

World-Renowned Conductor Seiji Ozawa Dies at 88

   Tokyo, Feb. 9 (Jiji Press)--World-renowned Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa died of heart failure in Tokyo on Tuesday, it was learned Friday. He was 88.
   Ozawa is a pioneer of Japanese conductors shining on world stages. He served as music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra for a long time. He was awarded the Order of Culture in 2008.

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