> David Lennick wrote:
>> Paul Bowles, Concerto for 2 Pianos, Winds and Percussion, Columbia ML
>> 2128. Gold and Fizdale are the pianists, and I've identified all but
>> the two percussionists in the accompanying group (everybody was listed
>> by first initial only). Anyone know their names?
>> M(itchell) Miller, Oboe; R(eginald) Kell, clarinet; L(eonard)
>> Schaller, Bass Clarinet; H(arry) Freistadt, Trumpet; E. Bailey & W.
>> Rosenberger, percussion
> Just checked Howard Shanet "Philharmonic - A History of New York's
> Orchestra" and I was wrong about being wrong (!?!). In the personnel
> list for the 1973-74 season, Walter Rosenberger was the principal
> percussionist and Elden Bailey was one of his colleagues in the section.
> I know you put W. there as clear as day - I've got to stop posting at 2
> in the morning.
And I'm told that Elden Bailey WAS known as "Buster", according to one source,
but seeing as William "Buster" Bailey the clarinetist was about 20 years older
and much better known, that one doesn't make a whole lot of sense.
But what does at 2 AM? Time to sign off.