Janet Frank

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Janet Frank is a cellist and music teacher. She is a member of the National Symphony Orchestra, is a founding member of the Altair Trio, and has written articles on music-related subjects.

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  • I can't help missing Stokowski. The musician in me thinks of how great Stokowski could make an orchestra sound and wonders if we'll ever ever see another conductor like him.”
    • American Scholar, Vol 76, No. 1, Winter 2007, Classical Music: When Maestros were Maestros, by Janet Frank.
  • Leroy Anderson's compositions as well as hundreds of arrangements he wrote for various combinations of instruments permeate American culture more thoroughly than the work of any composer of any century.
    • American Scholar, Vol 77, No. 3, Summer 2008, Arts: Syncopated Clock, Indeed, by Janet Frank.

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