From the recording Home Again: For Harvey Phillips

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<p><span style="font-size: small;"><span style="font-family: arial,helvetica,sans-serif;">For Michael Salzman - In Loving Memory of his teacher, Harvey Phillips<br /><br />One of the things Harvey Phillips always encouraged his students to do was to get great composers to write for our instrument.&nbsp; Tom Davis is a masterful jazz composer and arranger.&nbsp; I commissioned Tom to write a piece for me to perform in memory of my beloved teacher and asked him to include the tunes &ldquo;Back Home Again in Indiana&rdquo; and &ldquo;Georgia on My Mind.&rdquo;&nbsp; I picked &ldquo;Back Home Again&hellip;&rdquo; because it reminds me of my time at IU with Mr. Phillips, and &ldquo;Georgia&rdquo; because he loved the music of Hoagy Carmichael and because I loved the way he played this tune.&nbsp; Tom did a great job with Home Again.&nbsp; It is a lot of fun to play and a great tribute to the most important figure in the history of the tuba.<br />&nbsp;<br />Michael Salzman<br />Tuba/Euphonium Instructor<br />Hofstra University</span></span></p>
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