Dr. Donald S. “Doc” Reinhardt Listening Zone
The late, great Dr. Donald S. “Doc” Reinhardt used to have tapes in his outer office that students would listen to as Doc typed up personalized lesson materials for them. He also did clinics and we have some of those recordings here.
Most of these were done on inexpensive cassette recorders, although the tapes in Doc’s outer office were reel-to-reel tapes. You can sometimes hear traffic and street noise through the open windows in his Chestnut Street studio in Philadelphia.
A huge thank-you to fellow Reinhardt student Thomas LeMay who donated these recordings. He painstakingly transferred dozens of tapes to CD and now they have been converted to mp3 for all of us to listen to and study. Also thanks to Michael Barkley (a second-generation Reinhardt student) who processed the audio for the recordings indicated with an asterisk (*), dramatically cleaning up the sound. Additionally, fellow Reinhardt student Rick Gordon has submitted some more audio tracks which we will be putting up here in the Reinhardt Listening Zone.
Those of us who studied with Doc will be able to picture him delivering this material and hopefully have many hours of fond memories (and probably some jogging of our memories as well).
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