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Stokowski and Vaughan Williams Edward Johnson: Stokowski and British Music Edward Johnson: This listing is available by clicking on the webpage Cleveland Orchestra Principal Musicians. This listing is contained on this webpage, as shown below. Their name, instrument and dates of service, as well as titles are given.

Where a musician played more than one instrument, a separate listing, with dates, is provided for that musician. I have also begun to add birth and death years, where known. Sources for this information include ' Fanfare: If you should have updates or corrections to the data listed below, please contact me at the email address given below.

Also, to read short biographies of the Principal musicians of the Cleveland Orchestra during its history since , Click here to return to the Cleveland Orchestra Principal Musicians Page.

All the Musicians of the Cleveland Orchestra - today. Active in summer music festivals, including the Aspen Music Festival where she is both an artist and on the faculty.

Van Hulsteyn, graduated in Studied in France From a musical family, her sister Ethel Abbott was also an orchestral musician. Later taught violin in her home town of Union Springs, New York. He studied at the Oberlin Conservatory, and after his first service at the Cleveland Orchestra, Eugene Adams returned to study and teach, at the Oberlin Conservatory, graduating in with his BMus.

Adams moved to El Paso, Texas on his doctor's advice, which apparently worked - Eugene Adams lived to age He also wrote highly regarded The Percussionist's Dictionary with illustrations and descriptions of the world's percussion instruments. Adelstein was a long-term teacher at Indiana University Studied at the Eastman School of Music graduated Taught at the Cleveland Institute of Music Owned with this father an advertising agency in Detroit which Eugene Altschuler ran during the s, while he also played studio sessions for Motown recording artists, before returning to the orchestral world in Saint Paul.

Later, Frank and his son John Amor became workers on the Cleveland Railway Company streetcar system in the s and s. His son David Anderson is an orchestra string bass musician and a frequent composer of concerti and symphonies. Taught at the North Texas State University. While in Cincinnati, Albert Andraud started a music publishing business with instruction and exercises for many woodwind and brass instruments, which business he later sold to the Southern Music Company of San Antonio, Texas.

In , Lawrence Angell published a book containing interviews and anecdotes of fellow musicians about the Cleveland Orchestra and George Szell: Tales from The Locker Room: Jeno Antal pursued a solo violin career in Paris in , and came to the US in Married to cellist wife Linda Atherton, who playes in the Cleveland Chamber Collective and other groups based in Cleveland.

Principal trumpet Barnoff, Harry J. He retired to Sarasota, Florida. New York reviews were mildly favorable: From a musical family, both parents are oboe players. Barr, Theodore keyboard Barrett, James Assistant Concertmaster , violin Barton, Leland Sanford California Principal trumpet , Second trumpet and also trumpet player in Chicago theaters and at the Palace Music Hall in Chicago in the s.

Cleveland Orchestra Principal trumpet for one season, when the Cleveland Principal trumpet chair under Nikolai Sokoloff was constantly revolving, with 8 different Principal trumpets of the Cleveland Orchestra between its founding in and the season. Leland and his brothers Robert Jr. Bornstein later became a sessions musician in New York City in the s. George Szell sought to re-engage Emerson Both as Principal clarinet of the Cleveland Orchestra in , but Both preferred the NBC position which paid as well and was also a 52 week employment, which Cleveland was not until the late s.

Taught at the Cleveland Institute of Music. She is also active in local musical education. He is said to have preferred a small bore horn manufactured in France. Brouk was joint owner of the Carl Geyer horn store in Chicago. Brown in horn Brown, Walberg L. For much of his adult life, Cahill earned his living as an accountant, while maintaining a musical life through his violin teaching.

Active at summer music festivals including the Aspen Music Festival - Colorado. Famous for both her musicianship and her salty toung. Chapdelaine, Jiah Chung Korea photo: Faculty member of the Cleveland Institute present. Principal bassoon also Memphis Symphony Principal bassoon Coffee succeeded Lilleback in Boston ; a sort of player swap. Doug Yeo, Bass trombone of the Boston Symphony wrote: Recorded, with violinist daughter Diana, Osvaldo Golijov This seems to have been a factor in Mr.

Cohen's decision to retire at the end of the season. Hers is a musical family, including her husband Jonathan Fields trumpet player, and their three children each of whom plays at least one instrument. During s, under contract to Paramount Studio orchestra. In , returned to the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Atlanta Symphony viola May August Cooley also recorded with Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra his own composition: Vladimir viola , saxophone , Go to: Taught at the Conservatory of Oberlin College.

Well-known as a crafter of violin bows. Illinois Old newspaper photo: At the end of the season, Leopold Stokowski made sweeping changes to the Philadelphia Orchestra roster, including replacement of several Principals, including Principal clarinet Daniel Bonade. Stokowski hired Louis deSantis, but this lasted only one season A musical family, his wife Amber is a violinist in the Akron Symphony - Ohio, his daughter, Isabel a cellist, and his son Xavier also plays the string bass.

Illinois photo circa courtesy of his son Ronald Dittert Principal trombone , bass trombone May present Dolnick, Samuel M. Pelletier, John d'Orio and Robert H.

Drexler was active in summer music festivals, including the Ojai Music Festival - California. Chairman of the Cleveland Composers' Guild. Studied at the Curtis Institute Class of Joe Adato tells of a performance of the Strauss Symphonia Domestica in The timpani part has a a D-major scale pedaled across the two center drums.

Cloyd still managed to play the rest of the composition with only three working drums. I might add that he played it better with three drums than most timpanists can play it with four August present Dumm, Bryan J.

February present Elliot, Harry R. Teaches at the Juilliard School. He was on the faculty of the Music Academy of the West Made a concert tour of Europe in Among his fine recordings were the Leon Kirchner: Ohio violin also a theater musician and music teacher in Cleveland , Faden, Yarden B.

Teaches at the Peabody Institute, Baltimore, and is an active composer. San Francisco conductor Josef Krips said to his Concertmaster, Jacob Krachmalnik "One thing, Jake, let's not hire any women" They went to auditions and Krachmalnik said, "Well, Maestro, I've heard hundreds of auditions but never three in a row as good as those three women.

Active in chamber music recitals, including with her husband, pianist and composer Nicolas Underhill. The orchestra's loquacious principal bass, Gerald Fiore Rodzinski didn't budge on Fiore, who left soon after to become principal bass of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra As a student, also played with the New World Symphony - Florida. Quartets for Double Basses. Started Freer Percussion Products to make percussion products embodying his ideas as to percussion sound. He was also viola with the Stuyvesant Quartet, whose membership changed over time, but with Frengut was: This group recorded a number of chamber works for the Nonesuch label in the s.

Then studied cello at the Begian Royal Conservatory. Taught at the University of Texas, Austin late s. Harry Fuchs returned to the Cleveland Orchestra as Assistant Principal cello in , and retired in after 45 years service. Joseph Fuchs then went to Berlin in to study.


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In s was in summers a cruise ship musician, in s was a New York City Broadway and sessions musician, and played in the Tommy Dorsey orchestra Rey, Albert oboe, English horn Rickert, August B. Second bassoon Ringwall, Rudolph Carl. Bruno Bernard, circa Principal cello Go to: Also studied mathematics at Western Reserve University.

Conducting apprentice while in Cleveland with George Szell. Elizer died young at age 51 Go to: Succeeded by Richard King as Associate Principal horn. An event to look forward to is the premiere of a Michael Hersch trumpet concerto, commissioned by Cleveland, planned for a Michael Sachs - Cleveland premiere in about November Michael Sachs has recorded many works with the Cleveland Orchestra, including the von Dohananyi - Ives recording shown at right.

Also see Michael Sachs' interesting website www. Active in summers, including several times at the Summerfest La Jolla in California. New York violin also Cantilena Quartet: Well known by Cleveland Orchestra audiences for his distinctive beard and pony-tail, grown after the tenure of George Szell.

Samuels died suddenly of a heart attack just at the end of the Blossom Music Festival of the Cleveland season. Sayre did not accept demotion and instead resigned from the SFSO at the end of the season to pursue a solo playing career and conducting. Cleveland Orchestra under Nikolai Sokoloff Active in chamber music, he performed with three famous quartets: Willy and his wife Margarete Schweyda made some of the early classical long-playing recordings on Urania in Artur Rodzinski knew Seder from Curtis and hired him as Principal horn in Cleveland, before having second thoughts, and demoting him.

One of his achievements was completion of a score for the Ives Symphony number 4 which was then given its premier by Stokowski and the American Symphony in April, From , Senofsky taught at the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore where he died. Head of the flute department at the Cleveland Institute of Music Roger Mastroianni Sherwood, Thomas Virginia photo: Active in chamber concerts and community programs; organized two concerts for the benefit of the tsunami victims of the Miyagi prefecture of Japan.

Smith graduated from Curtis with his artist diploma in May, , and joined the Cleveland Orchestra. Studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music. For more than three decades, Richard Solis has also been head of the horn department of the Cleveland Institute of Music, where one of his students was Richard King , a Principal horn successor.

New York photo: Later a successful composer of big band music and songs, and a big band director. In , formed the Spivakovsky-Kurtz Trio with his brother Jascha Spivakovsky — and Edmund Kurtz cello, which toured Europe and then Australia, where the trio decided to remain, teaching taught at the University of Melbourne Conservatory Christopher, Saeran formerly Jennifer Bleick Minnesota about photo: She teaches at the Blossom Music program and at universities.

Have a look at his interesting website: Steinhardt left the Cleveland Orchestra in the summer of to found the Guarneri String Quartet, organized during Marlboro Music Festival that summer: Stokking studied at the Curtis Institute, graduating in the Class of Also the Juilliard School MMus.

New Haven Symphony Orchestra Principal trombone. When he returned to Minnestoa, he also taught at Macalester College. Prior to Oberlin, she also studied piano. January, present Sulanchek, Vincent flute, piccolo Go to: After his orchestral career, Sutphen was a music teacher in the schools of Hamilton, Ohio.

Teaches at the Conservatory of Baldwin-Wallace College. Teaches and is double bass coach for the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra. Progressively showing a more nervous and anxious attitude concerning his career, Ross Taylor died on September 10, at age 39, just before the beginning of the season. Principal clarinet Thaviu, Samuel Illinois Concertmaster also Concertmaster of the Chicago Little Symphony , Chicago Symphony first violins , Kansas City Symphony Concertmaster and associate conductor 2 , Baltimore Symphony Concertmaster and associate conductor , Concertmaster of the Pittsburgh Symphony twice, under Fritz Reiner and for seventeen seasons, under William Steinberg.

Thaviu resigned from the Cleveland Orchestra in January after learning that in November, George Szell had secretly signed Joseph Gingold for the next season Northwestern University MMus in Taught at Oberlin College - Ohio and She is active in teaching children about music, including playing chamber music.

In Los Angeles, Veissi owned a magnificent property on Mulholland Drive in which he later sold to Lauritz Melchior who in turn later sold it to Warren Beatty. Chairman of the viola department at the Cleveland Institute of Music. In September, , he was appointed to the music faculty of his alma mater, the Juilliard School. He announced his retirement effective summer , after which he will be succeeded by Wesley Collins. Active in out-reach programs for children, where she performs in the public schools as an artist-teacher.

Active in music festivals including the Berkshire Music Festival Tanglewood in Warrick of Cleveland died suddenly in his home at the age of Warrick was also known as a musician, having played a trombone in the original Cleveland Symphony Orchestra and local legitimate theaters Scott New York he grew up in Pennsylvania photo: Cleveland Orchestra violin , Seattle Symphony Concertmaster , Chicago Symphony Assistant Concertmaster , Concertmaster and , Principal Second violin and Then traveled to Prague with his father to study at the Conservatory Also a law degree from Cleveland State University, Also the Cleveland Orchestra Piano Trio: Sidney Weiss was something of a violin craftsman, and it is said that he played a violin of his own construction.

First African American musician of the Cleveland Orchestra when appointed by Szell in the season. Taught violin at Oberlin College - Ohio into s.

Grant Segall in the Cleveland Plain Dealer quoted Steven Wiser as saying that he took up the trombone because his older brother had already taken up the trumpet Well respected, Wister was also the Cleveland Orchestra assistant personnel manager. After retirement from the Cleveland Orchestra, went on to teaching and coaching in the Orlando, Florida area. Taught at Arizona State University.

During the Philadelphia seasons , there were a series of English horn soloists with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Dandois's contract was not renewed the next season, and Joseph Wolfe was appointed, and remained one season. Wolfe was succeeded by Max Weinstein for two seasons. In , Stokowski appointed Robert Bloom as English horn.

November present Wright, R. Rhode Island Philharmonic Principal trombone. In , he performed the Kalevi Aho Symphony No. Taught at the Eastman School of Music in s and s. Paul Yancich first studied the French horn with his famous father Milan Yancich , and then changed to percussion at age Also studied at the Tanglewood Music Center.

Zadinsky had performed with the Cleveland Orchestra as a substitute during the season. Also active in summer music festivals, including the Aspen Music Festival and School - Colorado in the summers of February present Zadrozny, Edward A. After relocating to Akron, teaches at the University of Akron. New York viola also New York freelance musician in s, active in string quartets throughout his career, including the Kohon Quartet, Composers Quartet specializing in contemporary music, Fine Arts Quartet based at the University of Wisconsin , Vermeer Quartet, and after retiring to Stanford, California, of the Stanford String Quartet, and with his pianist wife Naomi - also a Juilliard alumnus - of the Zaslav Duo.

Studied at the Juilliard School. Massachusetts cello and an electronic cello. Playing Staccato on the Oboe. Volume 25 no 1 - Dodd, Mead and Company. New York, New York. Barkley and Odintz, Mark F. The Music of the New Deal in the West. University of California Press. Roosevelt and the Shaping of American Political Culture. Pratt, Waldo Selden, editor. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians. Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Community beginnings.

The Double Reed Volume 23 number 3. Portraits of the Cleveland Orchestra. If you have any comments or questions about this Leopold Stokowski site, please e-mail me Larry Huffman at e-mail address: Full Navigation Menu of www. Rosters of Musicians of some Great Orchestras:. Other Information about Leopold Stokowski:. Leopold Stokowski and Development of Recording:. D'autres documents sur Stokowski et l'Orchestre de Philadelphie.

Interviews avec Leopold Stokowski. CDs de Stokowski et l'Orchestre de Philadelphie. Leopold Stokowski Discographies chronologique. Leopold Stokowski Discographie chronologique - enregistrements acoustique. L'Orchestre symphonique de Boston - musiciens principaux. L'Orchestre symphonique de Chicago - musiciens principaux.

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San Francisco Symphony Principal Musicians. Aarons, Martha Irene California Abbott Marshall , Muriel B. Adams, Eugene Carlarous Kentucky thanks to Adams student John Pierce for additional biographical information. Ohio Eugene Altschuler in New Orleans Anderson, Edwin Massachusetts Andru, Alexander Michael then Russia, now Lithuania Michigan Lawrence Agnell as a student. Angelucci, Ernami Frank Pennsylvania Appleman, Gerald Konrad California Principal cello , Alternating Principal cello with Lynn Harrell.

Arben, David Poland David Arben in the s. Arenson, Bert Ohio Arenstein, Michael Russia Armin, John Otto Canada Atherton, Mark Maine Austin, Phillip Michigan about Baker, Julius Ohio Barozzi, Socrate Jean Romania Barr, Charles Texas Barton, Leland Sanford California Principal trumpet , Second trumpet and also trumpet player in Chicago theaters and at the Palace Music Hall in Chicago in the s.

Bassett, Frank Newton Minnesota Belgiorno, Simone or Simon Italy after Bernard, Charles Canada photograph by Nannette Bedway. Bormann, Katherine North Dakota Principal clarinet also NBC radio staff orchestra of Chicago. Botnick, Evelyn Ross Ohio Boyd, Robert Farrell Illinois Principal trombone Szell appointed Boyd as Principal and to make room for Boyd, moved Merritt Dittert to Bass trombone where he served for 20 more seasons , outlasting George Szell.

Ohio Born in Cleveland but grew up in Tucson. Brain, Alfred Edwin Jr. England Alfred Brain in Los Angeles - Braunstein, Mark New York Brusilow, Anshel Philadelphia Cafarelli Chiostergi , Carmela Principal harp , harp later a soprano. Louisiana photograph by Roger Mastroianni. Carleton, Charles Brazil Principal horn , horn - in Cleveland, Nikolai Sokoloff went through four Principal horns in the first four seasons and Arthur Cerino was the second of the four also prior to Cleveland, horn in the Rialto Theater orchestra in Manhattan, New York playing five shows each day.

Chalifoux, Alice Alabama long serving and long-lived. Chomet, Claude France Chusid, Boris Russia Clarke, Albert Edward "Allie" Illinois New York photograph by Roger Mastroianni. Collins, Kathleen Michigan about Collins, Wesley Ohio photo: Principal viola Boston Symphony viola September, June Connolly, Patrick New Mexico Curry, Ralph Pennsylvania photo: Darling, d'Auberge, Davidson, de Bona.

O'Carroll wife of Stephane Dalschaert Australia Principal percussion; percussion , Principal present also New York Philharmonic percussion as a regular extra, including on tours. Darling, James Ohio photo by Herbert Ascherman visit www. Davidson, Louis New York Principal cello also Philadelphia Orchestra cello when Stokowski released de Gomez to join the Cleveland Orchestra.

Russia - now Uzbekistan photograph by Roger Mastroianni. Dick, Marcel Hungary Principal viola also the Budapest Opera and the Budapest Philharmonic. Studied at the Royal Academy, Budapest about , studying violin and with Zoltan Kodaly, he studied composition. Scott Shaw - Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Illinois photo circa courtesy of his son Ronald Dittert. Principal trombone , bass trombone Dixon, Scott photograph by Roger Mastroianni. Illinois William Dosch as Librarian. Drexler, George New York Druian, Rafael Russia Duff, Cloyd Ohio Dufrasne, Louis Belgium brother of Maurice Dufrasne. Dufrasne, Maurice Belgium brother of Louis Dufrasne.

Duitman, Elayna Florida photograph by Roger Mastroianni. Eichhorn, Erich Arno Germany Eiler, Oscar John Wisconsin after Principal cello , cello also Statler Hotel orchestra - Cleveland , Philadelphia Orchestra , , active in the Philharmonic Quartet - Cleveland during , which membership changed during its life, but which at that time was Sol Marcosson first, Charles Rychlik second, Johann Beck viola, Oscar Eiler cello, also the Russian Trio: Ell, Tanya Michigan Emelianoff, Andre New York Boston Symphony Orchestra, Eyle, Felix Poland - now in the Ukraine Farkas, Philip Illinois Helen Kotas Hirsh and Frank Brouk.

Taught two generations of horn musicians at Indiana University Fath, Philip New York Feidelholtz, Israel later billed as Fiedelholtz Russia Fetter, David Washington DC? Principal bass also Metropolitan Opera Principal bass Flowerman, Martin New York Freer, Tom New York Fu, Ying China Funakoshi, Kozue Japan about Funkhouser, Frederick Ohio Principal piccolo , piccolo , , flute also Goldman Band, Leonard B. Pennsylvania Genovese in about Principal oboe 45 years in major US orchestras: Principal Genovese in Gershman, Nathan brother of Paul Gershman Pennsylvania Gershman, Paul brother of Nathan Gershman Pennsylvania Ghiro, Yann France Bass clarinet - succeeded Linnea Nereim who served the Cleveland Orchestra for 31 seasons.

Gingold, Josef then Russia, now Belarus Wisconsin of Lithuanian-Jewish heritage. With the formation of Toscanini's NBC Symphony, joined the trumpet section for its first four seasons, primarily as Third trumpet. Gnam, Adrian Ohio Goldberg, Bernard Illinois Goldblum, Isadore younger brother of Samuel Goldblum Ohio ?

Goldblum, Samuel brother of Isadore Goldblum Ohio Goldschmidt, Bernhard Germany Grau, Gideon Germany Gideon Grau as conductor. Gu, Wei-Fang China photo: Gusikoff, Charles New York Haigh, Scott Richard Illinois photo: Han-Gorski, Adam - born Arno Haan, with his father later changing the family name to evade unsuccessfully the Nazis and the Soviets then Russia, now Ukraine Hashizume, Miho Japan photo: Hebert, William Ohio Principal trumpet also Principal trumpet for an amazing number of orchestras: Henker, Walter Hermann Germany Herforth, Harry Beste Pennsylvania Harry age 90, still playing until he passed age Hering, Sigmund then Austro-Hungary, now Ukraine one of many Hering studies and etudes - Hering was one of the most published teachers for the trumpet, other brass and woodwinds.

Hestand is said to have returned to New York City at the end of the season. Pennsylvania thanks to Audrey Hois for this photograph of her husband.

Second trumpet and also Principal trumpet in the Cleveland Pops under the direction of Louis Lane during the summers of and Hoss, Wendell Kansas Wendell Hoss in Hruby Family in about New York lived extensively in Germany. Israel, Shachar Israel Johansen, Dane Alaska photo: Johnson, Theodore Illinois about Kardos, Ernest Steven Ohio Kaston, Henryk Kaczka Poland Khaner, Jeffrey Canada King, Richard New York Richard King has recorded a CD of beautiful transcriptions of Schubert Lieder for Albany worth multiple hearings see right.

Kirkpatrick, Vernon Wisconsin Kentucky photograph by Roger Mastroianni. Knitzer, Joseph New York Koelz, Alicia Marie Minnesota Kosower, Mark Wisconsin He also recorded a rewarding recital of cello sonatas by Hungarian composers see right.

Krachmalnick, Jacob Morris then Russia, now Ukraine Kuhlmann, Carl Herman also sometimes listed as Carl H. Rhode Island photograph by Roger Mastroianni. Kushleika, Vitold Massachusetts Lane, Timothy newspaper photo of Timothy Lane in s.

La Rosa, Massimo Italy Lee, Jinyeong Jessica Virginia Assistant Concertmaster sitting in the Fourth Chair. Associate Concertmaster also one of the founders in of the the Koryo String Quartet: Lifschey, Samuel New York Lingeman, John Johannes Frederik Netherlands Loebel, Kurt Austria Lynch, Mary Washington, DC about photo: Second oboe went on to become Seattle Symphony Principal oboe in the season.

Principal horn , horn Mackey, Richard Pennsylvania Marcellus, Robert Nebraska Marcosson, Sol Kentucky First Concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra, , later returned as a sub, and as viola Masame, Takako Japan photo: Matthews, Eli Tennessee First Assistant Principal Second Violin present, violin Mayhew, Michael Lynn Jr.

Principal clarinet also a Cleveland theater musician, including the Colonial Theater in the late s. Principal Clarinet , also Philadelphia Orchestra Principal clarinet , Principal clarinet , during World War 2, U.

New Hampshire husband of Lembi Veskimets photo: Meints, Catharina Illinois Miller, Michael Ohio photo: Mills, Verlye Arlyn Kansas Missits, Ioana Romania photo: Second horn also Oberlin Woodwind Quartet: Moser, Adolf Germany New York detail of photo Boston Symphony Archives.

Canada Lorne Munroe in New York. Nelson, Eliesha Alaska photo: Nereim, Linnea Illinois Principal percussion with Frank Sholle and David Klinger as his assistants during the s also played summers in Los Angeles beginning in s. Otto, Peter Germany Park, Chul-In Korea Patterson, Joanna Monaco photo: Pelletier, Alphonse Joseph Canada Principal horn , horn also Detroit Symphony In later life, instructed music in Massachusetts where he died age Perutz, Robert Poland before Pikler, Charles Robert California photo: Pivonka, Thomas Joseph Bohemia, now Slovakia Polisi, William Pennsylvania Polyakin, Lev Russia - now Uzbekistan Powers, Jeffrey Texas Preucil, William Warren Jr.

Pripadcheff, Alexander Russia died while on a visit to his family in Siberia in July, Active at music festivals, including the Aspen Music Festival - Colorado. Missouri grew up in Texas. Rautenberg, Theodore Herman Jr.

New York Rautenberg as a student at Syracuse University. Principal bassoon , bassoon, contrabassoon also bassoon with the John Philip Sousa Band , contrabassoon of Toscanini's NBC Symphony James Rettew died in his native Pennsylvania in , a few months after his 48th birthday.

Second Concertmaster - i. In s was in summers a cruise ship musician, in s was a New York City Broadway and sessions musician, and played in the Tommy Dorsey orchestra.

Ripley, Robert Pennsylvania Roberts, Francis Chester Massachusetts still active in In summers played in the Chautauqua Symphony. Rose, Leonard Washington, DC photo: Bruno Bernard, circa Rosen, Jerome Michigan Rozanel, Elizer brother of David Rozanel Poland If anyone would like some ideas or tips, I would be happy to share our journeys. I love the idea of including modes of travel in your goal list.

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