THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

His college days included a test from Copland and the beginning of a lifelong quest

By Jeremy Eichler
Globe Staff / October 8, 2006

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Nestled in the pages of the Harvard Class of 1939 yearbook, staring out from the rows of future doctors, lawyers, and businessmen, is a handsome young man in a jacket and tie with a look of quiet confidence. The blurb next to his photo states his home address in Newton, student affiliations, and a rather modest-sounding prediction: ``Intended Vocation: Music ... (Full article: 887 words)

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