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In this interview we discussed how music has changed his life and he gives advice to prospective music majors
An interview with my band director, Mr.Nichols, telling me about his life and school life and how he became a band director.
Laurel Sears (38) interviews her father, Kerry MacLane (64), about his childhood, his cross-country adventures, his life in Montana, and their family's organic farm. They also discuss Laurel's upbringing and look back on shared memories of one another.
John tells his children about immigrating to the USA from China in the early 1940’s, adapting to American life, and becoming an American citizen.
I interviewed my mom about her Grandparents, her job, and memorable moments in her life.
Michael Wigderson, 75 and his wife Susan Wigderson, 74, daughter Beej Clay, 53 and her husband Martin Clay, 58. Michael talked about growing up in Madison and Mequon, WI, challenges with reading, working with the airlines and playing in a...
How being in a band today has changed with the increase of technology over the years.
Bonnie (48) and her daughters Stephanie (24) and Heather (22) talk about favorite memories and band trips.
Ann Schempp (45) interviews her friend William "Chuck" Warren (77) about his music career, band, legacy, and connection to Moses Lake, Washington.
Mara Jill Herman (Astoria) interviews Alan Semerdjian (Long Island) who makes meaning of his life through art. They discuss family influence, Armenian heritage, dialectic thinking, writing, music, and the art of educating.
Grandparents talk about their history with music and my grandpa’s band.
Good friends Maureen Mead (54) and Jennifer Stubbs (52) trade memories from their early twenties spent in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Cousins Lillian Porch (61) and Leon Harris Jr. (74) share a conversation about the legacy of their uncle, Lawrence Leo “Snub” Mosley, a famous jazz musician.