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Interview with David Randolph

March 25, 2010

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Conductor and educator David Randolph reminisces about his life and his long career in music. The interview with Randolph was conducted by Gerald Greland, in New York, NY, on March 25, 2010, and was videotaped by Penny Ward in the Oral History Studio of the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.

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David Randolph

Such a pleasure to have known and worked with him! He will be missed. This is a wonderful interview. Thank you, NYPL!

David Randolph

I am so privileged to have had the opportunity to perform as tenor soloist under David Randolph on four occasions. The professionalism he exhibited was exemplary. My life is richer because of him, and I am thankful for our friendship.

David Randolph

I was so very fortunate to make music on many occasions with this truly remarkable conductor and to stay in contact with him over the years as a treasured friend. I will miss his letters and hearing of all his musical plans.my condolences to all those who loved him as I did.

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