"To Each His Own" A Composition Project Peformance by Thomas Battersby
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Subjectsrecital; Battersby; Music Department; Composition; piano; Brass; Organ; Flute; clarinet; bassoon; Trumpet
"To Each His Own" A Composition Project Performance by Thomas Battersby; Melissa Cardamone, piano; Alex Nelson, piano and key turner; The Linear Brass Quintet; Taylor Khloha, flute; Leah Ebener, flute; Adam Vande Ven, clarinet; Alex Belssin, basoon; Sara Brown, organ; Tyler Zumbrock, percussion; Saturday, May 18th, 7:30 p.m., H.F. Johnson Recital Hall; featuring "Mercurius for Trumpet and Piano" and "Circus March for Edgar".
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