[Harp-L] Re: Harp-L Digest, Vol 63, Issue 85
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- Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2008 23:24:53 -0500
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David Payne asks:
"Who of Borrah's players would actually still be alive? "
There are only two members of the Borrah Minevitch group still living,
as near as I know.
They are: Harry Feinberg of New Jersey and Richard Hayman of Florida.
And yes, the same Richard Hayman - the one and only principle arranger
Boston Pops Orchestra, under Arthur Fiedler, conductor. Richard held that
position for 25 years!
PO Box 5061
Hudson, FL 34674-5061
* Available for Ensemble and/or Session Work
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