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Allen, Andrew J.
September 2016
Saxophone Today;Sep/Oct2016, p53
The article discusses the life and music of Los Angeles, California-based soloist and saxophonist Kathryne E. Thompson. Topics include her role in the "saxophone craze" of the 1920s, her pedagogical activities and her direction of the Southern California Saxophone Band. Also described is her career as a pioneering soloist.


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