Wilkie's symphony
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Wilkie's symphony

Washington Nationals pitching prospect Josh Wilkie graduated from George Washington University in 2006 with a bachelor of arts degree in music. For his senior project, Wilkie wrote a symphony in three movements, based on the work "Symphonie Fantastique" written by Hector Berlioz in 1830. Wilkie's movements are titled The Truth, Inspiration and Freedom. (Josh Wilkie)

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