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On January 25, the Texas Flute Society, in conjunction with the University of North Texas College of Music, hosted a three-day event featuring Rachel Brown
Flutist Quarterly. (Summer 2010): p41.
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On January 25, the Texas Flute Society, in conjunction with the University of North Texas College of Music, hosted a three-day event featuring Rachel Brown. Professor of baroque flute at the Royal College of Music in London, Brown is known for her versatility on modern and historical flutes and recorders. In her first presentation, she discussed her interpretation of Telemann's Fantasias, which included many stories to "bring them to life." Brown's performance on baroque flute ornamented the talk. Two days later, Brown performed another recital in which she played selected works by Quantz, J.S. Bach, and Marais. TFS member Lee Lattimore was also featured on baroque flute in this performance. On May 20-22, the 33rd Annual Texas Flute Festival was held at the University of North Texas College of Music in Denton. Participants attended masterclasses, workshops, and concerts presented by guest artists Amy Porter, Ian Clarke, Elizabeth McNutt, and Daniel Alexander. Visit texasflutesociety.org.

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August, Dolores. "On January 25, the Texas Flute Society, in conjunction with the University of North Texas College of Music, hosted a three-day event featuring Rachel Brown." Flutist Quarterly, 2010, p. 41. Academic OneFile, http%3A%2F%2Flink.galegroup.com%2Fapps%2Fdoc%2FA243799702%2FAONE%3Fu%3Duni_rodit%26sid%3DAONE%26xid%3D37e04b29. Accessed 20 Nov. 2018.

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