Here is the background program notes about the fanfares commissioned.
I could not find any recordings of the Fanfare for Friends via the
Internet, but apparently there were several orchestras which did perform
the work, and they might have recordings, including the Cincinnati Symphony.
JK Stevenson was noted in the Encyclopedia of Recorded Sound as a
collector who wrote about tone arm distortion.
He was listed in the ARSC directory 1999-2000 with email
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James may have died in 2004, but I can't confirm that.
Steilacoom, WA 98388
p.s. ARSCLIB keeps rejecting this, so sending it direct as well.
On 2/9/2019 10:40 AM, Nathan Coy wrote:
> I have a patron at the Burlingame Public Library researching Daniel Gregory
> Mason's Fanfare For Friends; one of the fanfares commissioned by Eugene
> Goossens during WW2 that includes the famous Fanfare for the Common Man. A
> person with the youtube handle JK Stevenson posted a sound recording of it
> on youtube and then it was removed. Does anyone happen to have a contact
> for this person or knowledge of the recording source.
> We have attempted contact through youtube and various other social media
> avenues unsuccessfully. He also is on contact with the Cincinnati symphony
> among other places on the topic. We also have tracked down a score in
> Australia but no sound recording.
> Any leads on JK Stevenson or a sound recording of this composition are much
> Nathan Coy
> Any help is appreciated
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