Inspired by Hailey's passion, Rodrigo insists that she play with the orchestra, over the objections of Gloria (Bernadette Peters). Veteran maestro Thomas (Malcolm McDowell) tries to rise ... See full summary »

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Inspired by Hailey's passion, Rodrigo insists that she play with the orchestra, over the objections of Gloria (Bernadette Peters). Veteran maestro Thomas (Malcolm McDowell) tries to rise above his resentment of Rodrigo, only to face more humiliations. Hailey pays a late night visit to Alex, on the eve of her big day -- the moment she's been waiting for. Written by Anonymous

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References Rain Man (1988) See more »

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Lisztomania
Written by Frederic Moulin, Thomas Croquet, Christian Mazzalai, Laurent Mazzalai
Performed by Roger Neill
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Mahler's Eighth Symphony and a Failed Premier
25 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In the previous episode Hailey spend the night with Alex and missed her audition. When she gets to the theater, everyone is gone, so she sits down and plays her oboe. Roderigo is in the wings and hears her. He knows that she is technically really accomplished but lacks the fire for the present. In this episode he decides to do Mahler's 8th Symphony which requires a fifth oboe (one more than is normally in the orchestra. Hailey is hired for this one piece and her nerves sabotage her and she has to leave the rehearsal when the Maestro decides this piece is too ambitious. She is nearly broke so this is a bad scene. She knows how disappointing this is, but she doesn't act like a child. She knows she wasn't ready for the pressure.


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