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Annamarshmusic.com

Early Winds, Baroque, Classical and Modern Bassoon Specialist
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About the project

I’ve known Anna from my time at USC when we were in rotation together as well as Music History! Anna is so very creative so every brainstorming session was a blast. This theme is unique in that the CDs spin while music is playing and there are so many interactive nuances to the site - for example, when you mouse over any of the modules, the papers fan out. Added bonus: If you listen to the Pierné piece, the oboist is me!  That was from my senior recital. It was the last piece on my program and my lips were totally giving out 🙂

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ANNA MARSH is a Baroque wind specialist, who is also fluent in Renaissance, Classical and Modern instruments. Her interests lie principally in the double‐reed family, though she also performs on the Renaissance and Baroque recorder. She was a featured soloist with the Boulder Bach Festival and New York State Baroque in 2012.  Originally from Tacoma, WA, Anna appears regularly with Opera Lafayette, Tempesta di Mare, Ensemble Caprice, Clarion Society, and Arion Orchestre Baroque, Tafelmusik, Seattle Baroque Orchestra, Washington Bach Consort, and Musica Angelica, among others.

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Lana Lee’s Woodwind Web Design is such a treasure! Lana is very patient and detail oriented. She really listens to her customers desires and her research of other websites and musicians is extensive. Websites are necessary for every musician in today’s competitive business market and Lana has made mine very informative and beautiful. Thank you Lana! Anna Marsh

Early Winds, Classical, Baroque and Modern Bassoon Specialist

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