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Carroll Bailey is a long-time member of the orchestra. He began his 50-year career with the Virginia Symphony during World War II and retired as a bass player in 1996. During that time, he also served as a school music teacher at Norview High School. Bailey was born in Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1922. Oral history interview conducted with Carroll Bailey in his Virginia Beach home for a project on the history of the Virginia Symphony Orchestra. The interview discusses Bailey's career in the Virginia Symphony as a trumpet and bass player and his experiences with the various conductors of the symphony. 0:52:00

2007-06-12

Carroll Bailey is a long-time member of the orchestra. He began his 50-year career with the Virginia Symphony during World War II and retired as a bass player in 1996. During that time, he also served as a school music teacher at Norview High School. Bailey was born in Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1922. Oral history interview conducted with Carroll Bailey in his Virginia Beach home for a project on the history of the Virginia Symphony Orchestra. The interview discusses Bailey's career in the Virginia Symphony as a trumpet and bass player and his experiences with the various conductors of the symphony.

2007-06-12

Photograph of Carroll Bailey taken during oral history interview for the Virginia Symphony Archives project.

2007-06-12

Photograph of Jean Major and Carroll Bailey taken during oral history interview for the Virginia Symphony Archives project.

2007-06-12

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