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Robert (Coach) Fleming was Professor of Music, Associate Director of Bands, and Director of Marching Band from 1974-2002, Coach Fleming grew up in a music family playing the flute. He

Robert (Coach) Fleming was Professor of Music, Associate Director of Bands, and Director of Marching Band from 1974-2002, Coach Fleming grew up in a music family playing the flute. He briefly taught in high school, before moving to the University of Tennessee at Martin where he was band director for seven years. The interview touches on numerous topics and stories including winning the Sudler Trophy, performing at the 1991 Midwest Band Orchestra Clinic, conducting at Carnegie Hall, both ASU Rose Bowl appearance, etc. The interview ends with various discussions of the importance of the Band as a family

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  • 2011-12-02
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    • Barry McNeill, Editor; John McIntosh, Camera; Roger Carter, Audio; Dave Scheatzle, Director; Brenda (Mama Coach) Fleming, Support; Linda Van Scoy, Chair Video History Project.
    • Picture Credits Aspinwall - Estately UT at Martin –: Linkedin Richard Strange – Obituary in Legacy George Umberson – ASURA Photo Gallery Eugene Lombardi - Obituary in Dignity Memorial Lattie Coor – AZHCC 2013 Legacy Award Winner Frank Kush – Obituary in azfamily Sudler Trophy – Sousa Foundation Midwest Band & Orchestra Clinic – The Midwest Clinic Coach Guest Conducting Tempe HS Band –Dave Scheatzle’s Personal Collection John Zsechik – Neil A Kjos Music Company Pagliacci – Amazon digital music 1987 Rose Bowl Parade – Dave Scheatzle’s Personal Collection 1987 Rose Bowl – Dave Scheatzle’s Personal Collection Václav Nelhýbel – The University of Scranton Marching Band Mottoes – ASU Athletic Bands History Jim Hudson - ASU Now

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    Fleming, Robert. Interview. 02 Dec. 2011. ASURA Video History Project. © Arizona Board of Regents. https://repository.asu.edu/items/57453

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