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Peabody Orchestra

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2020 PRO PEABODY MUSIC CUT

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SGT Sean Peabody performs "Fly Me To the Moon"

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Freshie - (vocal Arthur Hall) Eddie Peabody and his Band Domino Records #3611

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Johns Hopkins Peabody Institute modern orchestral concert

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Formed in 1866, the Peabody Orchestra, was the first professional orchestra in the city of Baltimore. Based at the Peabody Conservatory, its leaders included Lucien Southard, Asger Hamerik and James Monroe Deems. The Orchestra premiered several influential works by Americans, as well as providing the first United States performance of several European pieces, especially from Hamerik's own Denmark. Among the Peabody Orchestra's players were flautist Sidney Lanier and pianist Harold Randoph. The Orchestra disbanded in 1896.
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