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- Band 137
- memories of growing up 59
- personal experiences 58
- college 42
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An interview with my band director, Mr.Nichols, telling me about his life and school life and how he became a band director.
I interviewed my mom about her Grandparents, her job, and memorable moments in her life.
In this interview we discussed how music has changed his life and he gives advice to prospective music majors
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.
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Toledo, Ohio, Sofia Sferra interviews her cousin Anthony. They talk about Anthony’s experiences at school. Anthony shares about how he was in the high school band. Anthony says that his school experiences...
Josselin is joing a high school marching band. Entering, she meets a wonderful guy but meets conflict when she becomes a shoulder to cry on for his ex-girlfriend. She doesn't let herself to fall for the guy she met but...
What her early life was like, and how she would like to be remembered
Bailey Collier (18) and her mother, Dana Collier (58), open up about their feelings towards the process of adoption within their family. They share struggles, milestones, and hopes for the future as Bailey prepares for college and Dana continues to...
In this interview Edwin Rumbaugh talks about his childhood in South Charleston, his grandparents, his happiest memory, different jobs, and his time in WWII.
Asking my dad questions about the music industry and his fun touring stories
Interviewing a former student of McNally Smith College before it closed abruptly. The impact of college and influence of music are discussed as well as the connections and relationships related to college/music life.
Blayne Olsen talks about his 1950s Pennsylvania marching band experiences, including college years at University of Delaware and a year at Mulinburgh College under Sousa's chief trumpeter.
Willie King tells his friends about the person who most impacted his life.
15 year old Ava Koblik interviews her Dad, Paul Koblik about his experience playing and touring with his college band.