William Morris "Monty" Kincaid (26 April 1895 – 27 March 1967) was an American flutist and teacher. He is known for his work as principal flute of the Philadelphia Orchestra for almost 40 years, teaching at the Curtis Institute and being a guiding force in the creation of an American School of flute playing. Kincaid was born in Minneapolis on April 26, 1895 but moved at the age of 4 to Honolulu, Hawaii. Here he often enjoyed diving for pennies in the harbor.
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William Kincaid is often referred to as the Grandfather of the American Flute School because most flute players today can trace their musical ancestry from teacher to teacher back to Kincaid. William Kincaid was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1895. It was a time when metal flutes were coming into vogue in the US, replacing their 19th century wooden counterparts. Faure, Tchaikovsky and Mahler were actively composing. It was the year X-rays were discovered, the Nobel Prize was established and the first movie theater was opened in Paris. Young William left home in 1911 and headed to New York City where he attended both Columbia University and the Institute of Musical Arts (better known today as Julliard)
William Morris "Monty" Kincaid (26 April 1895 – 27 March 1967) was an American flautist and teacher. Kincaid was born in Minneapolis but grew up in Honolulu, where he enjoyed diving for pennies in the harbor and learned the breath control that later served him well as a professional flutist. In 1911, Kincaid went to New York, enrolling simultaneously in Columbia University and the Institute of Musical Art, where he studied flute with Georges Barrère
Kubey-Rembrandt Studios, Philadelphia (pht). Inscription: Recto: l. l. (photographer's name and address embossed on photograph) KUBEY-REMBRANDT STUDIOS, 1732 CHESTNUT ST. PHILA. P. bottom edge, center: (in pencil) 295237. This photograph was included in an exhibition organized by Nancy Toff, "Georges Barrère and the Flute in America," Music Division, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, 12 Nov. 1994 - 4 Feb. 1995, cat. no. 138, p. 62. - Condition: Good condition. Fingerprint in emulsion on right edge, just above center. Surface dirt and light staining on verso.
PUBPrinceton University Press)William Blake, the 18th-century British romantic poet, wrote some of the finest children's verse of all time (. ''Little Lamb Who Made Thee?'' and ''Tyger Tyger, Burning Bright''). Here is a facsimile of Blake's own copy including his 54 original color illustrations. 212 pages, softcover. The Illuminated Books of William Blake, Voume 2: Songs of Innocence and of Experience (9780691037905) by William Blake.
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|A||Concerto In G Major
Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
|B1||Sonata No. 2
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
Composed By – Gabriel Fauré
Composed By – Kent Kennan
Composed By – Cécile Chaminade
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