974: About George Bornoff with Jacob Dakon
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This episode features a guest lecture with Jacob M. Dakon, the Associate Professor and Area Coordinator of Music Education at the University of Kansas, Division of Music Education and Music Therapy, detailing the life, history, and impact of esteemed string pedagogue Dr. George Bornoff.
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