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Fennell was associate music director of the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra (soon to be renamed the Minnesota Orchestra ) from 1962 to 1964. In September 1965 he became conductor-in-residence at the University of Miami , where he conducted its symphony orchestra and also founded a wind ensemble. He also served as the resident conductor of the Miami Philharmonic from 1974 to 1975, and as principal guest conductor of the Interlochen Arts Academy and Dallas Wind Symphony . At the invitation of its players, he was appointed the initial conductor of the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra in 1984. [1]

Frederick Fennell authored several publications with musical topics, including his 1954 book “Time and the Winds”, which is still the only text of its kind. He also authored the continuing series “The Basic Band Repertory Study/Performance Essays”, and was editor of contemporary editions of classic military, circus and concert marches for Theodore Presser Co., Carl Fisher, Inc., Sam Fox Publishing Co., Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., and of the Fennell Editions for Ludwig Music.


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