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I posted a reply in the "Post your classical recordings here" also. Anyway, if you want to hear a fantastic recording of the Dahl, you can download it here
Movements 1-2http://www.mediafire.com/?5imhmt5xmzz
Movement 3 http://www.mediafire.com/?2ihwztzgizk

It is the professor of Saxophone at Sam Houston State University, Dr. Scott. D. Plugge playing with the SHSU wind ensemble who I am currently studying with.

EDIT: I meant that When I posted it took about 2 hours to actually post to the board. I found out in the FAQ it was because my post was screened for spamming.
 

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amart,

Thank you so much for this post. I will be sending to a few of his old students up here in CT. I was a student of Dr. Plugge's. I have told him to him to get a cd out there so people can hear him more. His tone is impeccable. If anyone is looking for an unbelivable player/teacher Dr. Plugge is it.


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This is a live, only slightly edited recording (edited to insert tracks). It was recorded at Mance Park Middle School auditorium, about a year and a few months ago.

EDIT: I agree, I am biased but I happen to think Dr. Plugge is one of the best. He approved of me posting the recording and was wondering what everyone had to say, though noone has said much. Its good to run into a fellow plugge student though.
 

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Finally got a chance to give it a listen, very nice, wish I could play that well!

I didn't study with Harley Rex, I majored in math and chemistry when I did go to school. When I was in jr high and high school, both him and Fisher Tull would sometimes drop by. I did take lessons with one of Dr Rex's students.
 
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