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In recognition of what it called ever-tightening arts budgets in schools, music publisher Carl Fischer recently held a contest in which winners would be provided with a free year’s worth of band or orchestra music.  In recognition of what it called ever-tightening arts budgets in schools, music publisher Carl Fischer recently held a contest in which winners would be provided with a free year’s worth of band or orchestra music. 

Winners of the Music for Your Schools Giveaway contest were announced  recently and included the Chopticon High School Orchestra in Morganza, Md.,  the Palm Springs High School Orchestral Strings Program in Palm Springs, Calif., the Susan E. Wiley Elementary School Band in Copiague, N.Y., the American School of Antananarivo Band in Madagascar, and the Falmouth High School Band in Falmouth, Mass. Pictured are 2011 winners,  the Riverside High School Band in El Paso, Texas.

To learn more, visit www.carlfischer.com.



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