October 2014 archive

My Musical Career | Part Eight

Fred Hinger

My Musical Career|Part Eight I ended my last blog entry in the Leonia, N.J. studio of my teacher and mentor, Fred. D. Hinger. I had many, many hours of superlative instruction from this gentleman. Mr. Hinger was my principal teacher for four years – from the fall of 1971 until June 1975, when I received …

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My Musical Career | Part Seven

357 Hiltop Ave

My Musical Career Fred D. Hinger We have come to the point in this blog where I would like to devote some space to one of the most influential people in my career, namely Fred D. Hinger. Mr. Hinger was my second percussion teacher and perhaps the one who was most influential, both during my …

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