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Practice Shacks, Chautauqua
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Before a complete renovation to all of the practice buildings about 2 years ago, each shack carried the name of a composer.  The one in the foreground, number 66, was formerly Ravel and was the shack in which my father taught the oboe for many summers.  The walls of that shack have heard many great stories of music and musicians, a wrong note now and then, but also many good ones.

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Uploaded: 10/11/2010
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