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G. Juillen
Come and Trip It: Instrumental Dance Music, 1780's-1920's
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Come and Trip It: Instrumental Dance Music, 1780's-1920's G. Juillen Federal Music Society; Gerard Schwarz; Dick Hyman; Alan G. Moore, fortepiano; Dick Hyman and His Dance Orchestra; Gerard Schwarz and His Dance Orchestra; Judith Plant, keyed bugle; Ellen Farren, fortepiano; Rodney Miller, fiddle play
Putsché/Schafer/Weinberg Thomas Putsché Jan Herlinger, piccolo; Elizabeth Cifani, harp; Gladys Elliot, oboe; Robert Chickering, bass; Thomas Siwe, percussion; Roger Moulton, violin; Rodney Miller, trumpet; James Berkenstock, bassoon; Elsa Charlston, soprano; Roger Malitz, cello; Elliott Golub, violin; Stanley Davis, clarinet; Paul Ondracek, horn; Gladys Elliot, English horn; Harold Klatz, viola; James Mattern, bass trombone; James Mattern, trombone; Arnold Sklar, viola; Thomas MacBone, tenor; John Cobb, piano; James Mack, baritone; Jan Herlinger, flute; Stanley Davis, bass clarinet; Contemporary Chamber Players of the University of Chicago; Ralph Shapey, Conductor play
Thorne/Moryl Francis Thorne Contemporary Chamber Players of the University of Chicago; Ralph Shapey, Conductor; Marilyn Bass, clarinet; Stanley Davis, bass clarinet; James Berkenstock, contrabassoon; James McKay, bassoon; Rodney Miller, trumpet; Luther Didrickson, trumpet; James Mattern, trombone; Edward Ponemba, percussion; Norman Szymanski, percussion; Harold Katz, viola; Everett Zlatoff-Mirsky, viola; Stephanie Smith, bass; John Cobb, piano; John Cobb, celesta; Jan DeGaetani, mezzo-soprano; New England Contemporary Ensemble; Philip West, oboe; Alvin Brehm, bass; Joann Freeman, piano; Robert D'Angelo, percussion; David Smith, percussion play
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