Alberts, Graydon 2000-09-05

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This interview features Graydon (Grady) Alberts as he discusses his love for music and playing trumpet in the army band. In this interview, Alberts describes how he first got interested in music and how he fell in love with music. He then moves on to recall going to the Navy School of Music and the teacher that helped him become a better player. Alberts ends the interview by explaining what it was like touring with the army band and how his roommate greatly influenced him, and how he moved on to play professionally.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Graydon (Grady) Alberts

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Date: September 05, 2000

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Leslie Dutton

Length: 01:02:00


Abstract

Introduction and how Graydon got into music, Falling in love with music, Going to the navy School of Music, Overcoming his fears of auditioning and public playing, Touring with the Army band and the person who influenced him, Playing professionally


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Transcript: Transcript available in reading room



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