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William Kincaid William Kincaid (1895–1967), a student of Georges Barrère, was the first flute in the Philadelphia orchestra for a remarkable four decades from 1921. Kincaid taught many of the leading American players of the following generation, including Julius Baker.
Photograph of William Kincaid in 1920. Dayton C. Miller Collection, Library of Congress, Washington.
Air à L’Italien from a complete recording of Telemann’s Suite in A minor, recorded by William Kincaid in 1941 with the Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy.
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