Detectives discover that a murdered concert violinist was having an affair with her orchestra conductor.

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Detectives discover that a murdered concert violinist was having an affair with her orchestra conductor.

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1 November 2000 (USA)  »

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Before Daniel Shelly joined the The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra as a bassoon player in 2004, he had a one-line part in this episode of Law & Order. His web page for The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra Committee notes that after this role "failed to garner him an Emmy nomination, Mr. Shelly turned his back on television and joined the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra instead." See more »

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Detective Ed Green: Lennie, when I grow up I want to be as smart as you.
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Got his just desserts at the end of the meal
15 April 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was not sure about Nora Lewin taking over as DA for Adam Schiff. I thought this could be a softening of the DA's office and their would be a lot of confrontations between her and McCoy which would lead to more sub plots about their working relationship and take away from the cases. I guess she proved to be better than I expected, I still like Adam best but Dianne has done a pretty good job and not tried to come in steamrolling like Gloria Steinem on steroids. The confrontation between Lewin (D.A.) and Wright (Judge) was great, I have wanted this POS to get it in the ass for a long time ever since his unbelievably irresponsible rulings in season 8 "Damaged". He never did another L&O except 1 Trial by Jury which I don't count so it was basically like Nora got him removed from the bench. Good Riddance to one of the most cancerous judges on the series.


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