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Marshall Lufsky Marshall Lufsky (1878–1948) was born in the USA of German background. He played for a time with the Sousa Band. Lufsky was a popular and prolific recording artist who was involved in scores of recordings as a soloist on the flute and the piccolo and as a member of ensembles.
Christopher Steward’s early flute recordings
Rossini: Quartet No. 1 for flute, clarinet, bassoon and horn: Andante. With members of the Lufsky Instrumental Quartet. Recorded Dec. 1909
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