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Cover Story - May 26, 2006

Saviors of song

Local orchestras rescue historic music from destruction, bring it back to life at shows

by Rebecca Wallace

Of all the old printed music that Kim Venaas and his orchestras have rescued from the dustbin of history, a faded clarinet arrangement is one of his favorites.

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Posted by Carey T. Linsley, a resident of another community
on Oct 2, 2008 at 8:25 pm

I love the California Pops Orchestra! as does our entire family! Saw this link on the Pops website-a great article here, thanks for making it available to read. Just wish we had discovered Kim Venaas's Pops Orchestra sooner. I'm one of its fans and one of its cheerleaders! Looking forward to enjoying the 2008-2009 season with y'all!

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