February 1962
New Yorker;2/3/1962, Vol. 37 Issue 51, p20
This article features Civil War enthusiast Frederick Fennell, a faculty member of the University of Rochester's Eastman School of Music, the founder and director of the Eastman Wind Ensemble and the conductor of the Eastman Chamber Orchestra and the Eastman-Rochester Pops Orchestra. Fennell's specialty is re-creating marches and other tunes played by military bands of both the Union and the Confederacy.


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