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Clarinet and Saxaphone
Norm Boldin Norm started playing music at 11 in the 6th grade. A year later he began playing clarinet in his high schools marching and concert bands. In his junior year of high school he began playing alto sax in the high schools new “dance band” and played swing dance music as he does now […]
I began playing clarinet in the 5th grade in Wichita, Kansas. When I was in the 7th grade one day the band director handed me (and my sister) each a bassoon and a fingering chart. That was my introduction to the bassoon. I never had any lessons. I played in the Wichita Youth Symphony a few years later. After high school I had to return the bassoon to the school and that was the end of my music career until I joined the RNHB.
My grandfather was a violinist and my father was a drummer. He helped develop my interest in Dixieland jazz. When I was in college, I played one weekend with Count Basie and Duke Ellington. Music must be in my genes, and I give it everything I have. That’s why I’m so happy. Two of my grandsons have inherited my musical genes. One plays sax and the other plays bass.
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