James M.E. Mixter

James M. E. Mixter may very well have been the only person in the industry to have worked for Baldwin Pianos before, during, and after World War II. As a result, he was able to provide meaningful stories and facts regarding an era for which changes occurred in the industry. These changes had an enormous impact on music making for many years. Mr. Mixter later served as President of the American Music Conference (AMC) and provided wonderful insight on the growth, development, mission, and goals of AMC. He also described some of the key projects that were established during his time as president, including awards, educational funding, research, and presentations.  

Interview Date:
October 1, 2004
Date of Birth:
April 11, 1917
Deceased Date:
January 21, 2008
Job Title:
Former President
Baldwin Piano Company

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