F-16 Operations procedures - 944 FW supplement by Douglas E. Young and Michael S. Kudlacz

By Douglas E. Young and Michael S. Kudlacz

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The young man lonely as a cloud might have blown clear across the sky and out of sight had it not been for Carroll Dunn. 3 The Eastman Years In 1926, now nineteen years of age, Wilder returned to hometown Rochester for the first time since the family had left there for Garden City, Long Island, during World War I. With this move, he decided on a career in music, though he was not to immerse himself in music quickly or fully in the Eastman School of Music. Afraid, insecure, diffident, he was by no means sure he could make a success of music.

Sometimes a student decided on his own that this was a very inhospitable climate. " Some able young musicians who disagreed with the party line left and became considerable figures in the composition world. More patient students stayed through graduation and went on to become their own persons anyway. The notion of placing music in a kind of straitjacket was alien to Wilder. Fundamentally, music in those days may not have been taught much differently at Eastman than at other institutions. By virtue, however, of its more isolated social and cultural environment, the Rochester community may have laid extra restraints on the music school.

The horn players were evidently angry because they had received what they felt to be an inadequate cross-section of orchestral literature during their years in the Eastman School Symphony Orchestra. Said Wilder: One of the fomenters trusted me enough to let me see the broadside he'd written to be printed and distributed in every mail box. It was much too vilifying, too far out of control to achieve any result, in my opinion. I had money in those days and offered to pay for the printing if the horn players would permit me to rewrite the diatribe.

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