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A bassoon titan has died, at 90

Barry Stees of the Cleveland Orchestra informs us of the death on Monday of K. David Van Hoesen, long-serving principal bassoon of the Rochester Philharmonic and an Eastman teacher whose students sit in every major US orchestra and teach at most leading conservatories. H eknew all there was to know about bassoon. Just listen to his splendid […]
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