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located on stage behind a proscenium arch under a curved orchestra shell. The audience is seated on a nearly flat floor and in four balconies, whose rounded front faces are stacked on an imaginary cylinder. Each balcony flares out into side balconies, which almost reach the stage at the lowest level. Carnegie Hall is known for the clarity of its high frequency sound. At 1.7 seconds it has a slightly dry reverberation with less bass support than in Boston. It was recently refurbished with the stated objective of leaving the acoustical properties unchanged.

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